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Browns RB Peyton Hillis hasn't lived up to his fantasy draft status. He sat out a game at the request of his agent. But in week six, fantasy expert William Del Pilar says he'll finally return to form.
Hope this helps you guys out for the games this week. Also, If you have any other questions about any other players for the week, do not hesitate to send me a message asking me about player injuries, trades, or anything else fantasy football related. Please remember to rate the video. TY Week 6 Start em: Steve Smith(Car)-WR Mike Wallace(Pit)-WR Jeremy Maclin(Phi)-WR Ryan Torain(Was)-RB Jeremy Kerley(Nyj)-WR Week 6 Sit em: Matt Schaub(Hou)-QB Brandon Marshall(Mia)-WR BenGarvis Green-Ellis(NE)-RB Robert Meachem(NO)-WR Frank Gore(SF)-RB Twitter: twitter.com Facebook: www.facebook.com
The Redskins are in 1st place in the NFC East..but the question is: Can they stay there?* *Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the copyright act 1976 allowance is made for fair use and purposes such as criticism, comment, news, reporting, leaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright that might otherwise be infringing, non profit, educational, or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. I am in NO WAY trying to profit from this video. No Infringement intended.
This is it, end the Eagles season Redskins. This is the best way to get revenge!
Find out which players you should target on this week's Waiver Wire, some Week 5 hot commodities include Ryan Torain, Stevan Ridley, Jacoby Jones.
Running Back Ryan Torain shares his favorite TV shows, movies, junk food and pregame rituals with the Redskins Women's Club!
The guys give their fantasy football musings from the 1/4 poll off the season and ask, who would have thunk it? CJ2K would SUCK. Darren McFadden and Matt Forte would be your leading backs? Wes Welker would have 20 points more than the next best WR? Tom Brady's MVP season would be followed up by an even better season? Aaron Rodgers Super Bowl MVP would hang-over in a good way? 100 points no longer gives you a good chance of winning? In the Hot Waiver Wire Pick-ups for Week 5, the guys still like Titans QB, Matt Hasselbeck (74%). He is the 8th ranked QB at 22 PPW. Redskins RB, Jabar Gaffney (94%) is averaging 8 PPW and might throw a TD pass. 49er, Josh Morgan (99.8%) is seeing consistent targets and with Alex Smith not favoring the constantly double-teamed Michael Crabtree he is looking very good. Staying with RBs, Patriots, Stevan Ridley (97%) is seeing an increase coinciding with the decrease of the Law Firm. Redskins, Ryan Torain (60%) is getting lots of carries at the expense of Tim Hightower and Roy Helu. And finally as a bonus Steelers RB, Isaac Redman (98%) is seeing a big increase due to injuries to Reshard Mendenhall. At TE, we like Browns, Benjamin Watson (92%) who's averaging 8 PPW with targets going up. In Fantasy Football for James, we look at bye weeks. New players must understand that they happen every year and that they should have planned ahead. Never leave a roster spot open and be prepared to settle for less points if you have not done your homework.
The Patriots and Redskins often frustrate fantasy owners by a RB by committee approach, but heading into week five, The Pats' Stevan Ridley and the 'Skins' Ryan Torain are smart waiver pickups.
Brett and Cory recap the Redskins RB debacle and tell you which players are worthy of your mighty roster.
Redskins turn Rams 0-4. Fucking sick of the same damn mistakes
www.twitter.com/Denton_DDay Redskins pick up the W against the Rams and improve to 3-1 droping the Rams to 0-4 both teams headed into the Bye Week
Could be a new team if Beck comes in, but as long as Grossman is behind center, we're going to lack offensively.
Washington Redskins running back Ryan Torain rips off 39 yards on a run against the St.Louis Rams.
Washington Redskins running back Ryan Torain runs for a 20 yard TD against the St. Louis Rams, on his second carry of the 2011 season.
Just a little video I decided to make about the Washington Redskins. I initially planned for it to be kind of a movie trailer type deal but ended up making it a mix between that and a highlight reel. It's my first time making a video like this. Enjoy. All clips belong to the NFL. Soundtrack: Machine Gun (16 bit) by Noisa (Belongs to Triple Vision Record Distribution)
Bloomberg Sports Anchor Rob Shaw and Sirius XM Radio personality Anita Marks break down the top 10 running backs of Week one in the NFL. While there were not many big rushing performances, Darren McFadden shined bright for the Raiders with 150 rushing yards. The biggest surprise was Ben Tate with 116 rushing yards while filling in for the injured Arian Foster and Derrick Ward. Tim Hightower chipped in with nearly 100 yards while his former teammate Beanie Wells also performed well in Arizona. Maurice Jones-Drew was solid for the Jags and Cedric Benson was a workhorse as usual. Matt Forte continues to dominate as a receiving threat while LeSean McCoy was solid as a rusher. Finally, Ray Rice did a bit of everything, while Mike Tolbert sits atop the list thanks to three touchdowns. For more fantasy football insight visit BloombergSports.com.
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The clips in this video are owned strictly by the NCAA, ESPN, ABC, CBS, FOX, NFL, NBC, SNF, CNN, CSN, and Turner Television. Copyright infringement is not intended and this video is not meant for personal gain in any way, shape, or form. I DO NOT OWN ANY OF THE CLIPS OR SONGS DISPLAYED IN THIS VIDEO. My first video was deleted. COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT IS NOT INTENDED.
The clips in this video are owned strictly by the NCAA, ESPN, ABC, CBS, FOX, NFL, NBC, SNF, CNN, CSN, and Turner Television. Copyright infringement is not intended and this video is not meant for personal gain in any way, shape, or form. I DO NOT OWN ANY OF THE CLIPS OR SONGS DISPLAYED IN THIS VIDEO. My first video was deleted. COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT IS NOT INTENDED. Music: 1st- Go and Get It by Ace Hood 2nd- Frontin' by Tabi Bonney 3rd- Otis by Kanye West and Jay-Z Redskins have 3 talented backs.( Well 4 really) Who will emerge as the starter? Who will will emerge as the 3rd down back? Who will emerge as the change of pace back? Tell me your thoughts..
fantasyknuckleheads.com It wouldn't be a fantasy football season without Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan already messing with owners' minds regarding his backfield. Greg Brosh goes over the backfield and what he would do if he was a fantasy owner preparing for a draft, or one who already drafted earlier in the Summer.
Bloomberg Sports Anchor Rob Shaw brings on Sirius XM Radio Host Anita Marks to talk some fantasy football. The focus is on second tier running backs who can be drafted in the middle rounds. Among the players discussed are BenJarvus Green-Ellis, Marshawn Lynch, Ryan Torain, Felix Jones, and Darren Sproles. For more fantasy insight visit BloombergSports.com.
Popular show Comcast Network show Washington Post Live read a tweet from local emerging star tweeter @DMVBLC aka Branden Colbert. Colbert addresses running hot button Washington Redskins running back battle between Ryan Torain and Tim Hightower.
Promising young running back, Ryan Torain from the Washington Redskins. Break out season possibly on the way?... Music: Rolling in the Deep by Adele The clips in this video are owned strictly by the NCAA, ESPN, ABC, CBS, FOX, NFL, SNF, CNN, CSN, and Turner Television. Copyright infringement is not intended and this video is not meant for personal gain in any way, shape, or form.
Washington Redskins Quarterback Donovan McNabb 2010 season highlights to DMX - On Top (Featuring Big Stan)
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Not the best season, but still some epic plays to remember! Might not have included them all, but hope you enjoy!
Washington Redskins running back Ryan Torain talks about how Human Performance Specialists helped him prepare for the NFL season. Human Performance Specialists - www.humanperformancespecialists.com
Here's what a real drive should look like and how it plays out. I don't feel like I'm driving the field when I play madden versus APF2k8!
Highlights from 2010 season with the song The Second Coming by Juelz Santana.
Washington Redskins RB Ryan Torain 2010 Highlights....HTTR!!!
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Ryan Torain from the Washington Redskins wishes the troops a happy holidays.
Bloomberg Sports Analyst Rob Shaw tells us about the upcoming week in the NFL. Shaw tells us to invest in Redskins running back Ryan Torain, Texans tight end Owen Daniels, and Chargers wide out Vincent Jackson, while Giants wide out Mario Manningham and Saints running back Christopher Ivory have their value in decline because of injuries and changes to the depth chart. For more fantasy football insight, visit BloombergSports.com.
Every touchdown from the beginning of the Redskins 2010 season! Here's to great second half of the year! Hail to the Redskins!
Bloomberg Television's Michele Steele and Bloomberg Sports Analyst Rob Shaw discuss the upcoming week in the NFL. To shine a fantasy perspective on the match-ups they bring in Dish Adams, Publisher of FantasyInsights.com. Shaw and Adams debate some of the more intriguing match-ups this in Week 8 of the NFL. They agree that Ryan Fitzpatrick is the better fantasy option compared to Matt Cassel. That Owen Daniels is a better start than Colts tight end Jacob Tamme, and that the Raiders defense is a hot start against the Seahawks. On the other hand, these get ugly when Shaw argues against Adams that Davone Bess is a better start than Terrell Owens. Adams also claims that Jahvid Best is a better start than Ryan Torain. For more fantasy insight including access to the top sports Decision Maker on the market, head to BloombergSports.com.
DeAngelo Hall ties NFL record Interceptions vs the Bears and Jay Cutler. And an awesome one hand catch for 72 yards and 6 points.10/24/2010 Please like and I will make more Redskins videos! Video Property of NFL & FOX Sports no copyright intended
Video Property of NFL & FOX Sports no copyright intended DeAngelo Hall of the Washington Redskins has a career day against Jay Cutler and the Bears intercepting him 4 times also an a new nfl record en route to a 17-14 win, one interception was especially good because it was a one handed interception to the house ha plz rate and comment and always subscribe
The showdown between the Redskins and the Bears is rife with turnovers and bungled plays.
Highlights from the Redskins vs the Bears game on 10-24-2010
Game decided by defense and which team would make fewer mistakes. DeAngelo Hall has 4 interceptions to tie an NFL record as the 'Skins take down Da Bears in Chicago and improve to 4-3 for the season. * Photo Credit: Description: Deangelo Hall at Redskins training camp 2009 Date: Source: Wikimedia Commons bit.ly Author: Permission: This photo is in the public domain #
Bloomberg Television's Michele Steele and Bloomberg Sports Analyst Rob Shaw discuss the more intriguing match-ups coming up in Week 7 of the NFL season. Using the Bloomberg Sports Decision Maker, Shaw tells us which players to start and which to bench. Some of the match-ups include Jeremy Maclin versus Kenny Britt, Peyton Hillis versus Christopher Ivory, Ryan Torain versus Matt Forte, Carson Palmer versus Matt Ryan, Mike Wallace versus Davone Bess, and finally, for the Monday Night football game Eli Manning versus Tony Romo. For more fantasy insight visit BloombergSports.com.
Is Ryan Torain worth picking up as the Redskins head to Chicago? Mike Harmon lets you know who to grab off the waiver wire.
Washington DC vs Indianapolis Colts 27-24 Colts