Daily Dynasty Update – February 25th

  • Free agent quarterback Michael Vick might find a home with the Jets in 2014. Vick is the top free agent quarterback available and should be starting somewhere next year, salving some dynasty value for Vick owners.
  • The only quarterback left standing in Cleveland is Brian Hoyer. The Browns are widely expected to draft a quarterback but, for now, Hoyer is the starter. You’d be wise to pick him up in 12, or 14-team dynasty leagues. 
  • The DeMarcus Ware cap casualty rumors are picking up steam. From a business perspective it makes sense: cutting Ware would save $7 million or roughly 1/3 of how much over the cap the Cowboys currently stand. But it would be another downgrade on talent as Dallas continues to pay it forward. 

Daily Dynasty Update – February 16th

Daily Dynasty Update – February 12th

  • The Saints are expected to release linebacker Jonathan Vilma, opening up another spot on the Saints linebacker corps in addition to Will Smith. This creates a big opportunity for training camp standout Kevin Reddick to make a name for himself at middle linebacker.
  • Cowboys lineman DeMarcus Ware will have elbow surgery, making this the second straight off-season he’ll have a procedure done. Ware will be 32 when the season starts and it’s fair to wonder how much longer he’ll be effective. Currently, the Cowboys don’t have a lot behind Ware on the depth chart.
  • In other Cowboys news, linebacker Kyle Wilber could compete for a starting job in 2014 after starting 2013 at defensive end. Wilber is under team control through 2015 on a team friendly contract. With a cap-strapped team like Dallas, young and cheap talent is always welcome.
  • Giants defensive lineman Damontre Moore should be ready to go after shoulder surgery. The Giants aren’t expected to re-sign Justin Tuck, allowing Moore to step in the starting role.

Week 3 Dynasty Recap – Cowboys dominate Rams, 31-7

  • I think the Sam Bradford train is starting to lose some steam. He had a 5.0 YPC after 48 pass attempts. The lack of a running game doesn’t help.
  • Isaiah Pead took over running back duties for an injured Daryl Richardson but didn’t exactly impress. He had a 3.3 YPC after St. Louis went down early but was a bright spot with seven catches. That may be his niche in that offense which isn’t a bad thing. He’s just not a workhorse.
  • Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray had a huge day with 175 yards. Murray has a ton of talent and is young with the starting job locked up. The issue continues to be just how many rushes he gets. He could get 26 as he did this week or 12 like last week. Still a lot of upside however.
  • Cowboys end DeMarcus Ware had two more sacks bringing his total to four this season. The switch to end has been very good for Ware and wouldn’t be a bad pickup for your DL2 in dynasty leagues. There’s not many players that are more reliable.