2015 NFL Draft – 25th Overall Pick – Panthers Draft Shaq Thompson

With the 25th pick, the Panthers take linebacker Shaq Thompson, one of the surprises of the first round.

One of the more flexible players in the entire draft, Thompson played inside, outside and even in the secondary. However, it was also his curse as teams aren’t sure where to place him. He’ll need more size on his 6′, 228-pound frame to be a linebacker for any team but, if he can add some weight, he could be a very valuable player, On the IDP side, he could rack up a lot of pass deflections in addition to sacks.

Week 3 Dynasty Recap – Panthers destroy Giants, 38-0

  • There was nothing going on offense for New York. It might be time to jump ship on the Giants veterans for dynasty purposes. Guys like Hakeem Nicks or Eli Manning might net you some value.
  • One bright spot was safety Ryan Mundy who racked up nine tackles. Mundy took over the starting job for Stevie Brown earlier this year. With Brown out for the season, Mundy is worth a flyer.
  • For Carolina, DeAngelo Williams racked up 120 yards rushing. SELL. NOW. There won’t be a better time than right now to trade the 30-year old Williams for something.
  • Greg Hardy racked up three sacks for Carolina, proving just how valuable he is to Carolina’s front seven. Hardy is easily a top five defensive linemen in dynasty fantasy football.

Week 3 Dynasty Recap – Lions slip by Redskins 27-20

  • The Washington offense continues to fire on all cylinders. Running back Alfred Morris averaged five yards a carry but only had 15 of them.
  • Washington receiver Pierre Garçon was targeted 13 times and grabbed eight of them. He’ll continue to be Washington’s top target in the RG3 era.
  • Defensively for Washington, Perry Riley had 10 tackles, a tackle for a loss, and a pass defended. He continues to be one of the bright spots for dynasty fantasy owners on an otherwise dismal Washington defense.
  • Joique Bell did his best Reggie Bush impression and had 3.2 YPC while racking up 69 yards receiving. He had 132 total and continues to be a high on the handcuff list.
  • For Detroit, Ezekiel Ansah continues to make people forget about Cliff Avril, tallying two more sacks today and a forced fumble.