Yesterday's Links: What You Missed on 3/11/15
Didn't have enough time to catch some of the content and analysis on numberFire.com yesterday? Don't worry -- here's what you missed.
Does Signing Darrelle Revis Make the New York Jets a Playoff Contender?
Darrelle Revis fills a huge need for the Jets, and with the addition of Brandon Marshall, are the Jets now a potential playoff team? Jim Sannes takes a look.
Why Ryan Fitzpatrick Should Immediately Start for the New York Jets
Ryan Fitzpatrick is now a Jet, and while many want Geno Smith to start, the smarter move is to throw Fitzpatrick under center at the start of next season.
Ryan Mathews to the Philadelphia Eagles: Can Chip Kelly Salvage His Career?
Ryan Mathews has had an up-and-down career thanks to injuries, and he now could have a big opportunity in Philadelphia, as long as he signs his new deal. Is it possible for him to turn things around?
Why Julius Thomas Can Succeed With the Jacksonville Jaguars
The Jaguars went out and got the high-priced tight end, who many believe was a producer in Denver only because of Peyton Manning. Brandon Gdula thinks he could work with his new team though.
Why Jimmy Graham's Fantasy Football Value Takes a Big Hit in Seattle
We covered the Graham-to-Seattle deal two days ago, but yesterday, yours truly dug into what it meant for the tight end's fantasy production.
NBA Power Rankings Update: Who's Been the Best Since the All-Star Break?
In his weekly column, Daniel Lindsey breaks down numberFire's NBA power rankings.
If Brigham Young Makes the NCAA Tournament, the Field Better Watch Out
Brigham Young may have lost their conference tournament, but don't sleep on them during this year's Big Dance, writes Brett Oswalt.
Happy Birthday, Anthony Davis: You're the Best NBA Player Ever By Age 22
Anthony Davis has been a monster at the NBA level, and as Bryan Mears shows, he may be the best 22-year-old player we've ever seen.
San Antonio Has Tricked Us Again: Why the Spurs Are Not Done Yet
Just a few weeks ago, the Spurs looked to be finished. But as Russ Peddle explains, you may not want to count them out just yet.
DeAndre Hopkins Can Soften the Blow of Andre Johnson's Departure
With Andre Johnson out of Houston, someone will need to step up. That someone is naturally DeAndre Hopkins who, according to Sal Cacciatore, should have no trouble filling the void.