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With Week 1 of the NFL Season behind us, there’s plenty of new found confusion for Fantasy Owners. The Atlanta Backfield? The Detroit Backfield? The Tennessee Offense and so much more. Jim Hackett and Pete Davidson do a deep dive into the backfields and wide receiver positions across the league and analyze the snap counts players got Week 1 and how that can impact your roster and decisions for Week 2 and beyond. Some surprises in Dallas, Jacksonville, Atlanta, Kansas City and Arizona lead a spirited conversation that can shed some light on these very fluid Fantasy Football situations. Enjoy the podcast and make sure you tune in for more LIVE on Sunday Morning with “The Fantasy Football Hour” across the WEEI Sports Radio Network
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receiving) and a running game that’s just good enough to keep opposing defenses honest (sparked by Pierre Thomas and Mike Bell , New Orleans averages 4.5 yards per game). And the Saints have a great game-breaker in Reggie Bush. The faces and
Saints team is doing things that we haven’t seen since the 2007 Patriots. Drew Brees has so many offensive options — Mike Bell , Marques Colston , Pierre Thomas and Jeremy Shockey — he’s making it look easy. With the exception of the first half against the
four. The Saints have done a ton of good stuff on both sides of the ball, with quarterback Drew Brees , running back Mike Bell and wide receiver Marques Colston leading an offense that’s in the top five of every major offensive category, and safety Darren
his entire rookie season. So in a pair of moves that will address that new weakness, the Lions signed running backs Mike Bell and Jerome Harrison on Tuesday, according to a tweet from ESPN’s Adam Schefter . Interestingly, Schefter adds in a
throwing the football a lot, he could be a guy we could look at. I could see one of the Saints running backs like a Mike Bell having a big game out of nowhere for the Saints to win, to keep them in the game. Who knows, I mean it could be anybody. The Saints
aspect between these Saints and the '07 Patriots. Pierre Thomas and Reggie Bush each have five rushing touchdowns and Mike Bell has four. Thomas and Bush each average over five yards a carry while Bell is averaging 4.5 yards on every carry. "They run a very complex offense with all the different personnel
weapon? BB: I can’t even point to one weapon at one position. Look at their running backs, [Reggie] Bush, [ Mike ] Bell , Pierre [Thomas], those guys are all good. They have all been productive. They’re different styles; they complement each other. And
[caption id="attachment_20264" align="alignright" width="216" caption=" Mike Bell and the Saints continue to rise above the competition and remain in the top spot in the power rankings. (AP)"] [/caption