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    Featured Article: NFL Coaching Carousel

    By Jeff Paur
    RealTime Fantasy Sports

    Once again, we had plenty of changes at head coach in the NFL this offseason. We have seven new coaches in the league for the third straight season. This isn't a huge surprise, though, as teams are in a win-now mode more than ever. There is little margin for error these days, especially if you consider how quickly teams seem to be able to turn it around.

    The big question is how do these coaching hires impact fantasy teams? Well, that is what we are here to tell you. We'll give you the lowdown on all the coaching moves and how they could impact fantasy players on those teams moving forward.

    The Titans made a coaching move during the season last year, firing Ken Whisenhunt. Mike Mularkey was given the interim tag for the rest of the year. The Titans apparently liked what they saw, making Mularkey the permanent head coach after the season. He has been a head coach for three different teams, having a winning record just one season. Mularkey is more of an offensive minded coach that should give the entire offense a boost for the coming season. Second-year quarterback Marcus Mariota has good potential, playing under Mularkey.


    Featured Team: New England Patriots

    Overall
    Quarterbacks
    Running Backs
    Wide Receivers
    Tight Ends
    Defense
    Kickers
    Key Additions E.J. Biggers, CB; Donald Brown, RB; Chris Hogan, WR; Ramon Humber, OLB; Terrance Knighton, DT; Markus Kuhn, DT; Chris Long, DE; Shea McClellin, ILB; Nate Washington, WR; Martellus Bennett, TE; Jonathan Cooper, G.
    Key Losses Akiem Hicks, DE; Brandon LaFell, WR; Sealver Siliga, DT; Tavon Wilson, SS; Chandler Jones, LB.
    OUTLOOK
    The Patriots have one of the most talented teams in all of football. They get it done on both sides of the ball. A lot of younger defensive options are emerging and the offense remains very good because of Tom Brady. New England should be considered the favorites to win the AFC, especially with the Broncos having some questions at quarterback to start the season. The Patriots are looking very good for the coming year.

    2016 Average Draft Pos

    Last Update: 05/28/16

    1.24 Antonio Brown, WR, PIT
    2.70 Julio Jones, WR, ATL
    3.05 Odell Beckham Jr., WR, NYG
    4.91 Le'Veon Bell, RB, PIT
    5.10 DeAndre Hopkins, WR, HOU
    6.30 David Johnson, RB, ARI
    7.68 Todd Gurley, RB, LAR
    9.39 Adrian Peterson, RB, MIN
    9.72 Rob Gronkowski, TE, NWE
    10.67 Allen Robinson, WR, JAC
    Complete ADP Listing

    2016 PPR Average Draft Pos

    Last Update: 05/28/16

    1.24 Antonio Brown, WR, PIT
    2.70 Julio Jones, WR, ATL
    3.05 Odell Beckham Jr., WR, NYG
    4.91 Le'Veon Bell, RB, PIT
    5.10 DeAndre Hopkins, WR, HOU
    6.30 David Johnson, RB, ARI
    7.68 Todd Gurley, RB, LAR
    9.39 Adrian Peterson, RB, MIN
    9.72 Rob Gronkowski, TE, NWE
    10.67 Allen Robinson, WR, JAC
    Complete PPR ADP Listing

    Top IDPs

    1. Luke Kuechly, CAR, LB
    2. Lavonte David, TB, LB
    3. J.J. Watt, HOU, DE
    4. Jamie Collins, NE, LB
    5. Navorro Bowman, SF, LB
    6. Carlos Dunlap, CIN, DE
    7. Alec Ogletree, LA, LB
    8. Reshad Jones, MIA, S
    9. Robert Quinn, LA, DE
    10. Sean Lee, DAL, LB
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