Fantasy Football 2012
The St. Louis Rams will probably be getting Danny Amendola back on Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings, but that shouldn't dent Chris Givens's fantasy football stock. If anything, it should boost it.
The St. Louis Rams (and fantasy football owners in points-per-reception leagues) will only get a limited Danny Amendola on Sunday. Chris Givens is the short-term answer for both groups.
Fantasy football rankings have Steven Jackson as a mid-range running back option in 2012's Week 1 contest between the St. Louis Rams and the Detroit Lions.
Danny Amendola a fantasy football sleeper? Unfortunately, this becomes truer the farther back the St. Louis Rams are against the Detroit Lions on Sunday.
Steven Jackson isn't fantasy football royalty anymore, but 2012 is too early to be calling for him to collapse.
St. Louis Rams fans looking to make a homer pick at backup QB are going to get burned again if they have Sam Bradford on their fantasy football rankings.
If you need to take a member of the St. Louis Rams in your fantasy draft, help yourself to rookie kicker Greg Zuerlein.
The Kansas City Chiefs' Jamaal Charles could go up or down on fantasy football rankings depending on his performance Saturday against the St. Louis Rams.
The St. Louis Rams and fantasy football owners will both have to deal with Sam Bradford's season on the brink of quarterback-of-the-present status.
The St. Louis Rams don't have a lot to offer fans on the prowl for fantasy football sleepers, except for Lance Kendricks again.
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The fantasy football rankings are unkind to St. Louis Rams fans who'd like to make a homer pick that isn't Steven Jackson.
The St. Louis Rams' fantasy football rankings are now being denigrated by Rams-fan bloggers. Life is hard.