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Tagged: Rashee Rice (14 Results)

Factoid: Khalil Shakir

It's Bills and former Bills wide receiver week here, and I thought I'd take a look at Khalil Shakir. What are the chances he's poised for a Year 3 breakout? There are some encouraging signs.   more »

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Around the NFL: Rashee Rice

Rashee Rice’s chances of being one of this year’s breakout players may be going off the rails before the season even starts. Dallas police are exploring his involvement in a car accident, potentially causing Rice to miss games in the upcoming season.   more »

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Factoid: Kansas City

The game’s best quarterback will be getting at least one new notable wide receiver. That much is certain, after Kansas City’s Super Bowl winning offense sputtered for most of the season.   more »

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Factoid: Rashee Rice

I like the look of Rashee Rice. He’s shown the most (by far) of Kansas City’s receivers, and I expect they’ll be asking him to do a lot more next year. With Travis Kelce being 34, they need to be prepared for other players to start picking up more of the production in their passing game.   more »

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Rashee Rice came cooking during his rookie season

Wide receiver Rashee Rice is a Super Bowl champion after his first season with the Kansas City Chiefs. However, he wasn’t just fortunate to be with the league’s best team. Instead, he was vital to the team’s third Super Bowl title in five seasons.

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Fantasy News: Rashee Rice came cooking during his rookie season

Wide receiver Rashee Rice is a Super Bowl champion after his first season with the Kansas City Chiefs. However, he wasn’t just fortunate to be with the league’s best team. Instead, he was vital to the team’s third Super Bowl title in five seasons.  more »

Fantasy Index Weekly: Super Bowl Preview: Kansas City

Overview: These teams have faced each other three times since Andy Reid and Kyle Shanahan have been running things, and Kansas City has won all three meetings. The highest-profile encounter was in Super Bowl LIV after the 2019 season, while the most recent was during the 2022 regular season.   more »

Fantasy Index Weekly: Championship Game Preview: Kansas City

Overview: Recent meetings have been higher scoring. Kansas City has won three of four since 2018, with 27-24, 33-28 and 34-20 wins, and a 36-35 loss in the most recent game (2021). Both defenses are much better now (1st and 2nd in points allowed during the season), reflected in the betting lines (suggesting a 24-21 Ravens win).   more »

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Factoid: Rookie receivers

It wasn’t supposed to be a strong year for rookie wide receivers. Then the season happened, with Puka Nacua leading the way and Zay Flowers, Rashee Rice and Jordan Addison not far behind.   more »

Factoid: Rashee Rice

So Kansas City dismantled Miami last night, and there were standouts on both sides of the ball. The offense moved the ball at will, and the defense made Miami look like it didn't show up -- one big play all game. Most impressive was rookie wideout Rashee Rice.   more »

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Factoid: Rashee Rice

That’s a nice start for Rashee Rice. He caught a touchdown, and he looks like a player who’s going to be an NFL starter for a bunch of years. He belongs.   more »

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Mailbag: August 24, 2023

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition. Fantasy Index's artificially inflateIan d grade on Jameson Williams. Players who'll break out in 2024. Home-field advantage for kickers. And more. more »

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Ask the Experts: Who has impressed you most this preseason?

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: Who has impressed you most this preseason?  more »

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Fantasy News: Skyy Moore

Skyy Moore had a lesser rookie year, but I’m not giving up on him just yet. He chipped in a few plays, and I think there’s still a chance he’ll emerge.   more »

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