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Podcast: September 23 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff preview Week 3 of the NFL regular season. Sponsored by RotoWire.  more »

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Tagovailoa leads comeback with career-best 6 touchdown game

Miami Dolphins quarterback TUA TAGOVAILOA set career highs with 6 touchdowns and 469 passing yards in Sunday’s epic comeback win over the Baltimore Ravens. After the Dolphins fell behind big atMore halftime, Tagovailoa topped 300 passing yards and threw for 5 touchdowns in the second-half comeback. Wideouts TYREEK HILL and JAYLEN WADDLE were both big beneficiaries of the big second half. Less


Factoid: Transplant receivers

It was a good opening weekend for transplanted wide receivers. A.J. Brown, Davante Adams and Tyreek Hill all came up big for their new teams.   more »



Mahomes unstoppable in season opening win

While Buffalo quarterback JOSH ALLEN may have been the top QB on fantasy draft boards heading into the 2022 NFL season, PATRICK MAHOMES wasn’t far behind. Mahomes looked as good asMore ever in Sunday’s season opening win over the Arizona Cardinals, throwing 5 touchdown passes on behalf of his fantasy owners. Mahomes did not appear to miss former star wideout TYREEK HILL, spreading the ball around to nine different receivers. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Tua, Tyreek connect early in preseason finale

Fantasy owners got a sneak peek of what’s possible in Miami this season when TUA TAGOVAILOA and TYREEK HILL connected on a deep pass to open Saturday night’s preseason finale againstMore the Philadelphia Eagles. After a quick play-action fake, Tagovailoa fired the ball to Hill for a 51-yard gain to start the game. Dolphins fans and fantasy owners hope to see plenty more in the season ahead. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Kansas City rookie WR Moore turning heads at camp

Kansas City rookie wide receiver SKYY MOORE is turning heads at training camp, both as a receiver and also on a handful of running plays out of the backfield. As theMore Kansas City offense evolves in its first season in some time without TYREEK HILL, Moore appears as though he could be an intriguing part of the evolution. While Moore was not used much in college out of the backfield, he has been showcasing his skills early on in camp. Stay tuned, fantasy owners. Less

Source: Team Blog


Offense starting to click for rookie WR Moore

Kansas City rookie wide receiver SKYY MOORE said late last week that everything is becoming easier for him to grasp as he continues through training camp. The offensive scheme is complexMore in Kansas City, but Moore said that “it’s starting to click”, adding that his offseason throwing sessions with star quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES were “very beneficial”. With TYREEK HILL now in Miami, the “skyy” could be the limit for Moore heading into his rookie season. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Podcast: August 5 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff preview the AFC West. Sponsored by and  more »


Ask the Experts: Which player who changed teams are you interested in?

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: Which player who changed teams this offseason are you most interested in?  more »


Factoid: Older wide receivers

We have been kicking around lifespans of running backs. That is, when should one start to move away from a featured back because he has too many carries or too many seasons on his odometer? With that in mind, now might be a good time to roll out some of the similar numbers with wide receivers.  more »

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Dolphins WR Hill has message for Tua critics

New Miami Dolphins wide receiver TYREEK HILL said late last week that critics will be “taking their words back on what they said” about young quarterback TUA TAGOVAILOA. Many have questionedMore Tagovailoa’s arm strength and whether or not he will be able to take advantage of Hill as an asset in the deep passing game. Hill, meanwhile, has continued to speak highly of his young signal caller at every opportunity. Less


Around the NFL: Tyreek Hill

When top players go elsewhere in free agency or get traded while under contract, it's safe to say it's frequently about money. Seldom does anyone admit that, though, usually saying it's because of their role or how they were used in the offense. The latest example involves Tyreek Hill.   more »



Tagovailoa pushes back against arm strength perception

Miami Dolphins quarterback TUA TAGOVAILOA pushed back last week against critics that have questioned his arm strength. And during a minicamp session, Tagovailoa completed a pair of deep passes to wideMore receiver TYREEK HILL (for 45 and 55 yards) as further evidence that there are no issues with his arm strength. Tua did lead the NFL last season in completion percentage on passes of at least 25 yards downfield (completing 50%) – but he attempted only 18 such passes, the second fewest in the league. Tagovailoa has also claimed that his lack of downfield passing was more a result of play calling than natural ability. Less


Factoid: Transplant receivers

There’s a bunch of notable receivers switching teams this year: not only Davante Adams and Tyreek Hill, but also A.J. Brown and Hollywood Brown. History shows with these kind of prospects that there are way more misses than hits.  more »



KC wide receiver Watson a “pleasant surprise”

Kansas City star quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES said recently that new wideout JUSTIN WATSON has been “a pleasant surprise”. Kansas City signed Watson to a one-year deal in February after he wasMore used sparingly in Tampa Bay. In five seasons with the Bucs, Watson made just 23 catches for 258 yards and 2 touchdowns. Mahomes also noted that Watson was running so fast that he was late on his throws. With former wideout TYREEK HILL now in Miami, Watson could be one to watch in the weeks ahead. Less

Source: NBC Sports

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