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Fantasy Articles Featuring Brian Hoyer

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Brian Hoyer's name.

Siegel the Seer: Updated first round mock

Jesse Siegel returns with a new first round projection, with post-free agency adjustments made.

Post-Free Agency Mock: Updated 1st Round Projection

A first-round combo of WR Sammy Watkins and QB Derek Carr would be a very good haul for the Browns.

2014 NFL Draft Needs: Cleveland Browns

The Browns' front office may be a mess, but with an extra first-round pick at their disposal they might trade up for a QB like Teddy Bridgewater.

NFL Draft Mock 5.0: Three Rounds

Mike Evans, Kelvin Benjamin and Odell Beckham threaten to push ahead of Marqise Lee, which could make him a steal in the second half of the 1st round.

East Coast Offense: Is Brandon Weeden Ideal for Josh Gordon?

Having a better real-life quarterback doesn't always help receivers produce in fantasy football.

Survivor: Backing the Texans

Assuming you've used Seattle and Denver, Houston is the next best choice.

East Coast Offense: Is Tom Brady Back?

Only a handful of quarterbacks should be ranked ahead of him the rest of the way.

NFL Barometer: Go Go Gordon

Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon earns a mention in this week's edition thanks to his big numbers and a change at quarterback in Cleveland.

Game Capsules: Another Big Game for Philip Rivers

The Chargers figure to air it out quite a bit this week against the visiting Colts.

Weekly Rankings: Week 6 Value Meter

Is this the week that Gronk returns? Right now we have a cautious ranking of him, given the uncertainty all around.

Injury Analysis: A Bad Week for Hamstrings

Michael Vick is among the top players dealing with an injured hamstring as Week 6 approaches.

King for a Day: Luck's On Your Side

Andrew Luck has been solid for most of the season, but he's in line to explode against the Chargers weak pass D this weekend.

East Coast Offense: This Year's Outliers

Where Should Jimmy Graham Have Been Drafted?

Depth Chart Watch: Done Like Dinner

Is Ryan Mathews done in San Diego? It's starting to look more and more like that's the case as Danny Woodhead takes over the Chargers backfield.

Game Capsules: Breaking Down Week 5

A desperate Falcons team gets an increasingly injured Jets club on Monday Night Football.

Weekly Rankings: Week 5 Value Meter

We fell just short of putting Jimmy Graham first overall in our flex rankings, but he's not that far off. It's hard to have a bad team if you spent an early pick on him in your leagues.

East Coast Offense: Are The 2013 Broncos The New 2007 Patriots?

Peyton Manning's team is winning by an average of 22 points per game.

Run 'N' Shoot: Can We Book a Denver/Seattle Super Bowl Now?

Admit it - that's the only matchup you really want to see.

On Target: Welcome to the Party

Cleveland's Josh Gordon saw a whopping 19 targets in his return to the field in Week 3, and while that can't be counted on every week, it's a good sign.

Game Capsules: Week Four Previews

The battle of unbeatens gets a primetime slot on Monday Night Football to showcase the up-and-coming Dolphins invading the home of the cagey Saints.

Weekly Rankings: Week 4 Value Meter

Alfred Morris has a potentially juicy matchup against the Raiders in Week 4.

Working the Wire: Worth A Buc or Two

With two starting receivers gimpy in Tamp Bay, Kevin Ogletree could be a sneaky play this week if he draws the starting assignment.

Depth Chart Watch: C.J. Takes a Spill

C.J. Spiller's injury Sunday is not the only reason Fred Jackson should see increased work in the coming weeks for the Bills.

Breakfast Table: Salfino and Pianowski Talk Football

Does the running game even matter anymore?

Game Capsules: This Could Get Ugly

The Raiders travel to Denver hoping not to get torched by Peyton Manning and the Bronocs on Monday Night Football.

Weekly Rankings: Week 3 Value Meter

Colin Kaepernick should bounce back with a far better matchup at home against the Colts this week.

Depth Chart Watch: Week of Injuries

Injuries took their toll in Week 2, including in Baltimore where Ray Rice went down with a hip injury.

2013 Cleveland Browns Team Preview: Will Weeden Show More Promise His Sophomore Season?

2013 Arizona Cardinals Team Preview: Can Palmer Bring Consistency to the Offense?

Breakfast Table: Super Bowl Breakfast

Pianowski picks the Niners, Salfino the Ravens