Christian McCaffrey

RB Christian McCaffrey
Sophomore
Stanford, Pac-12
2017 NFL Draft
6’0″ 197 lbs

League Office: Fantasy Football Waiver Wire – Week 3

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Fantasy Football: League Office

Week 2 of the NFL season was perhaps even more wild than the opening week. Not only did some surprise players from kickoff weekend continue to torch defenses, but some dreadful things appear to be moving toward becoming trends rather than exceptions. For those who invested high draft picks in David Johnson, Larry Fitzgerald and …

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Giants vs Cowboys

Cowboys – Giants Tip: Follow the Leader to Eli

The Panthers loss has produced a week of teeth-gnashing and angst among many Cowboys faithful. Much of the dismay has focused on the sputtering offense. With the Giants game a mere day away, let’s look at something that worked, a new-old defensive wrinkle that’s likely to be tried again, given Dallas’ strength and New York’s …

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Cowboys Caught By Cats With Next Opponent Looming Large

Adjustments are a part of life. Those who intermittently ignore this fact are bound to encounter occasional strife. Those who regularly defy this daily detail are fated to see their goals continually derail. The urban definition of insanity is “doing the exact same thing over and over again, expecting the result to change.” Adjustments become …

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GM’s Office: Fantasy Football Trading Tips – Week 2

This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Fantasy Football: GM's Office

Ideally, trades should help both teams, th is is what is called the “Gentleman’s Trade”. These aren’t always easy to come by but in some circumstances, they are absolutely necessary. If I have an RB3 as my RB1 but have five wide receivers who could start for a lot of teams but can only start …

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Opposite Ends: The Case of Latavius Murray

ProFootballTalkLine.com 49ers writer Matt Woolsey and fantasy writer Joshua Cook, aka the Fantasy Sports Chef, rarely agree on anything. From players to pizza toppings, these two almost always find themselves on opposite ends of the spectrum. So in a rare agreement, the pair has teamed up to bring a two-sided debate to the readers on …

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Coach’s Office: Who to Start and Who to Sit – Week 2

This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Fantasy Football: Coach's Desk

RAVENS @ BENGALS – Ciriaco Quarterbacks:  START – None SIT – Joe Flacco, Andy Dalton My recommendation on QB in this AFC North showdown is to stay away from both QBs. I hope those owners out there that subscribe to the “late round QB” motto were able to grab better options than these two. Dalton …

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Dak Prescott, Jason Garrett, and Scott Linehan

Panthers 16, Cowboys 8 – Feeling a Campo Era

We’re not the Bills. That’s probably one of the better things that can be said of the 2018 Cowboys debut. A team that kept many of its starters in the freezer this preseason took three quarters to thaw, falling behind 16-0 early in the 4th quarter before gaining some early season traction. The defense melted …

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Dak Prescott

The Vent: Cowboys Embarrassed By Panthers

That was dreadful, absolutely terrible. Dallas Cowboys fans waited seven months to watch that train wreck to open the season? As Vince Lombardi once said, “What the hell’s going on out there?” All of your fears about the Cowboys heading into the season turned out to be true. In the preseason, we thought it was …

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Cowboys Converge on Carolina for a Southern Start to the Season

The NFL football season, certainly when compared to MLB, NBA, and NHL schedules, always seems so fleeting. After (often literally) surviving a 4-5-game preseason gauntlet, 32 NFL teams have a meager 16-game regular season schedule in which to successfully trigger their playoff dreams. That feeling fades just as quickly once these gladiators start competing. Reality …

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