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Cheap Authentic Terrelle Pryor Womens Jersey

Besides weighing the initial factors of someone’s fantasy worth by their skill level and statistics, there are secondary factors that provide more context and insight into how a particular player will fare in a given season.

That’s where the NFL’s “Fantasy Live” show comes in, hoping to provide (some very early) projections for the upcoming fantasy football season. Specifically, they look at which free agent signings are the best and worst for fantasy owners to consider after 14 days of free agency.

The best? Michael Fabiano believes that’s new Redskins wide receiver Terrelle Pryor, who signed with Washington a couple weeks ago after successfully making the switch to receiver with the Cleveland Browns last year.
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Best and Worst Free Agency Signings for Fantasy (via @NFLFantasy)
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Playing in all 16 games, Pryor became the Browns’ most consistent offensive weapon, catching 77 passes for 1,007 yards and four touchdowns. These numbers are made more impressive when you consider he caught them from a combined six quarterbacks because of various injuries.

The fantasy spin? When you consider that the Redskins will return quarterback Kirk Cousins in an offensive system that achieved the third most passing yards in the league, then add the fact that Pryor will be filling the void left by wide receivers DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garçon (who received 36 percent of last year’s targets), there is good reason to be optimistic with Pryor’s projections.

Pryor said during a conference call that he plans to meet with Cousins soon, along with some other receivers, and begin working out together, getting a head start on the offseason program.

“I’ve spoken to Kirk a little bit, traded text messages back and forth the other night,” Pryor said. “It was good to meet with him. A couple of the receivers are going to meet with him and start working out together and that’s truly it. I’ve talked to a couple of guys on Twitter and stuff like that. They welcomed me. I’m really excited to meet my new teammates, I really am. I can’t wait to get to work with these guys.”

Fantasy owners, take note.

Cheap Authentic Bashaud Breeland Womens Jersey

As Washington Redskins cornerback Bashaud Breeland approaches the final year of his rookie contract, he’s looking to hit on all of the details that make a player at his position great.

Through the first three games of his rookie season in 2014, Washington Redskins cornerback Bashaud Breeland was one of the team’s backup cornerbacks, serving in the role behind DeAngelo Hall, David Amerson and Tracy Porter among others.
But midway through Washington’s Week 3 matchup with the Philadelphia Eagles, Hall went down with a torn Achilles tendon. Porter, meanwhile, had yet to make one of his only three appearances in a Redskins uniform.

In stepped Breeland, a fourth-round pick out of Clemson. Over the next two seasons, Breeland would be Washington’s most productive cornerback, leading the team in interceptions while locking down some of the league’s best wide receivers like Dez Bryant.

It was expected Breeland would continue to serve in that role entering the 2016 season, but in a late free agency steal the Redskins were able to sign All-Pro Josh Norman. Norman was coming off the best season of his career, but stalled potential on a long-term agreement with the Carolina Panthers meant his franchise tag was rescinded.

While Breeland was bumped to the No. 2 cornerback role, he admitted on “Redskins Nation” this week that it took time to learn how to play opposite Norman.

“It kind of did to be honest,” Breeland said. “Nothing against him personally, it was just the competitive nature I just felt like I was going to move in that role to be that guy. It crushed me not to be that guy and having to share it with someone else. Things like that happen, it’s a business. I had to overcome it and get my mind right to get back on a straight arrow.”
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Breeland was able to record an interception in the regular season opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers, but struggled to contain Antonio Brown. That continued into the first half of Washington’s Week 2 game against the Dallas Cowboys before the coaching staff decided to have Norman start traveling with the opponent’s biggest receiving threat.

Breeland still tied the team lead in interceptions (three), but he’s looking to get back to his comfort level for a crucial upcoming season, the last of his rookie contract signed in 2014.

“I’m just trying to get back to the basics and what I am accustomed to doing, which is playing ball,” Breeland said.

Redskins head coach Jay Gruden is optimistic that the team’s starting cornerback tandem can improve on their collective performance, but they must be in-sync on the field.

“I think [defensive backs coach] Torian Gray is going to help out in that regard,” Gruden said earlier this month. “Obviously Manusky will help out. So, I think they need to play together wherever they’re playing, whoever they’re covering, it shouldn’t matter. I think the whole goal of the defense, when you’re playing defensive football for the Redskins, you’re playing as one. Defensive line, defensive backs, linebackers have to all play together and that’s what I’m looking for the most. Be on the same page, play together and play hard and physical. That’s what it’s all about.”