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Mailbag: July 19, 2019

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition. Why it's best to take a pass on A.J. Green. Weighing the goal-line potential of the four elite running backs. The best handcuff running backs. And using multiple keeper slots on quarterbacks. more »



Saints add RB Allen

The New Orleans Saints signed veteran free agent running back JAVORIUS ALLEN to add depth to their backfield. Allen spent the past four seasons in Baltimore, but he now moves to New Orleans to back up ALVIN KAMARA and LATAVIUS MURRAY.

Source: Team Blog

Factoid: Alvin Kamara

The Saints have been putting up some pretty insane rushing numbers – 26 TD runs last year, and 23 the previous season. In this century, only two offenses have scored more rushing touchdowns in two-year periods.  more »

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Fantasy News: Love for Latavius

I think I’ll probably be drafting Latavius Murray in a lot of leagues. With how the Saints use their running backs, I expect he’ll outperform the No. 1 running backs on some of the league’s lesser teams.   more »



Saints add RB Murray

With running back MARK INGRAM on his way to Baltimore, the New Orleans Saints have struck a deal with running back LATAVIUS MURRAY. Murray will join the Saints as the new backfield partner of star running back ALVIN KAMARA. Murray’s new contract is a four-year deal.

Source: New Orleans Times-Picayune

Around the NFL: Saints adding Murray

The Saints are signing Latavius Murray, and that looks like a solid move. He looks pretty similar to Mark Ingram, and he’ll likely be a lot cheaper.  more »



Anderson the freshest RB in the NFL

Los Angeles running back C.J. ANDERSON said that he is the “freshest running back in the league”, the result of sitting much of the season before signing with the Rams. AndersonMore has carried the ball just 90 times in the 2018 season, while fellow running backs like TODD GURLEY (272) and ALVIN KAMARA (210) have had a much higher workload. Less


Fantasy News: Projected playoff games

If you’re in one of these leagues where you’re drafting players for the duration of the NFL playoffs, the first step is figuring out which teams are going to wind up in Atlanta. Teams that play in the Super Bowl will be playing more games, giving their players more time to accumulate stats.  more »


Ask the Experts: Who should be the top pick in a playoff fantasy league?

ASK THE EXPERTS appears weekly from training camp through the Super Bowl with answers to a new question being posted Thursday morning. How the guest experts responded when we asked them: Imagining one draft for the entire postseason, who should be the top pick in a playoff fantasy league?  more »


Factoid: Kamara Chameleon

Watching Drew Brees knock me out of a playoff semifinal (at least I didn't make a bad choice; my alternative was Cam Newton), I was reminded that we often see that Brees is a lot better at home than on the road. Not just Brees; the entire Saints offense tends to be better at home.   more »

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Usual suspects lead Saints

The New Orleans Saints scored on their first nine possessions in Sunday’s win against the Cincinnati Bengals. That will usually get the job done for fantasy purposes. DREW BREES was his usual self, while ALVIN KAMARA, MARK INGRAM, and MICHAEL THOMAS all made their fantasy owners proud.

Source: New Orleans Times-Picayune


Kamara, Thomas lead Saints

New Orleans running back ALVIN KAMARA got the Saints going with 3 first half touchdowns in Sunday’s win over the previously undefeated Los Angeles Rams. Meanwhile, teammate MICHAEL THOMAS scored onMore a 72-yard touchdown reception to seal the victory late in the fourth quarter. Thomas also finished with a franchise record 211 receiving yards. Less

Source: New Orleans Times-Picayune


Kamara returns to practice

New Orleans running back ALVIN KAMARA returned to practice on Friday after missing Thursday’s session due to illness. Kamara said he was “good” when asked how he was doing after practice.More It looks safe for fantasy owners to have him in the lineup for Sunday’s game against the Los Angeles Rams. Less

Source: New Orleans Advocate


Kamara scores twice on Sunday night

New Orleans running back ALVIN KAMARA received a heavy workload in Sunday night’s game against Minnesota. Kamara scored both of the Saints offensive touchdowns, one rushing and one receiving on a short shovel pass from DREW BREES.

Source: New Orleans Times-Picayune


Brees becomes NFL’s all-time leading passer

DREW BREES broke Peyton Manning’s all-time passing record of 71,940 yards in Monday night’s win over Washington. Brees also kept his fantasy owners smiling with 3 touchdown passes on the evening.More Meanwhile, running back MARK INGRAM returned from his suspension to score 2 touchdowns while fellow running back ALVIN KAMARA had an unusually quiet fantasy outing. Less

Source: New Orleans Times-Picayune

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