Daily Dynasty Update – March 14th

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Daily Dynasty Update – February 10th

  • More Green Bay tight end news as the Packers are inching closer to not resigning Jermichael Finley. Him and Andrew Quarless are free agents, leaving Brandon Bostick as next in line. Assuming the Packers don’t draft or sign a higher profile tight end, it’s Bostick’s job to lose.
  • Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee has yet to be cleared from his neck injury, another troubling sign for the promising linebacker. It’s getting to the point where Lee just gets injured way too much to be reliable. His value could be viewed as either good or bad, depending on your dynasty league.
  • Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce is expected to get a ton of playing time next year and is a better receiver than any other tight end on  the current roster. Kelce could be a buy-low candidate with the group of tight ends entering the 2014 NFL draft.

Daily Dynasty Update – January 18th

  • Rams running back Daryl Richardsonwidely expected to be the starter for 2013, was suffering from turf-toe the entire season which contributed to his lack of effectiveness. Despite his 3.1 YPC last year, the Rams will give Richardson another chance to prove his worth. No one is bumping incumbent Zac Stacy but Richardson could be a decent handcuff, if he recovers completely.
  • Current Packers running back James Starks could be an option for the Giants next year. Starks could possibly fill the void if David Wilson can’t make a complete comeback. This would dramatically increase Starks’ value over his current situation in Green Bay.
  • Another Packer that could make the leap to the Giants is tight end Andrew Quarless. The free agent is primarily an in-line tight end but did well in the passing game last year. He couldn’t be a whole lot worse than current Giants starter Kevin Boss who ranked 52nd among all tight ends last year, according to Pro Football Focus.

Dynasty Recap – Week 14 – Packers edge Falcons, 22-21

  • Falcons receiver Roddy White had his second straight positive performance with eight catches for 74 yards on 10 targets. With stories of White and the Falcons revising his deal to ensure he comes back, he’ll still be a decent WR3 for a few years.
  • Packers tight end Andrew Quarless had his best receiving day as a pro with six catches for 66 yards. Don’t expect anything more than that as Quarless is a free agent and athletically gifted Brandon Bostick is waiting in the wings.
  • Falcons rookie linebacker Paul Worrilow continued his impressive season with 12 tackles, 1.5 sacks, a tackles for a loss and a pass defended. By all accounts, Worrilow is the real deal who needs to be owned in dynasty leagues in 2014 and beyond.