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Fantasy football projections, Week 4: Saints-Chargers featuring Drew Brees, Coby Fleener, Philip Rivers, more

We break down the Week 4 matchup between the New Orleans Saints and the San Diego Chargers. The Week 4 matchup between the New Orleans Saints and the San Diego Chargers features two high-volume passing offenses facing off against one another. Show More Summary

Coby Fleener, Brandin Cooks, Michael Thomas' Post-Week 3 Fantasy Advice

The New Orleans Saints might not have the best defense in the NFL, but there are a lot of quality pass-catchers in this offense. Here is a look at the Saints' notable receiving totals from their 45-32 loss to the Atlanta Falcons on Monday: The...Show More Summary

Drew Brees passes Dan Marino for third on career passing list

A short, 8-yard pass to Coby Fleener midway through the second quarter of New Orleans Saints-New York Giants didn’t have much of an impact on the game, but it marked a milestone in NFL history. With that insignificant toss, Saints quarterback Drew Brees passed Dan Marino’s total of 61,361 yards for third on the NFL’s all-time list. Show More Summary

Drew Brees passes Dan Marino for third on career passing list

Drew Brees throws to Brandin Cooks. (AP) A short, eight-yard pass to Coby Fleener midway through the second quarter of Saints-Giants didn’t have much of an impact on the game, but it marked a small milestone in NFL history. With that...Show More Summary

Brandin Cooks, Willie Snead, Coby Fleener's Post-Week 1 Fantasy Advice

The New Orleans Saints lost their season-opening game to the Oakland Raiders on Sunday, 35-34, but fantasy football players relying on their passing attack were not disappointed. Quarterback Drew Brees racked up a head-turning 423 passing yards and four touchdown throws, three of which went to Brandin Cooks and Willie Snead. Show More Summary

Coby Fleener a 'work in progress' for Saints, fantasy value still high

We break down the fantasy football implications of Coby Fleener taking more time to learn the Saints’ offense than expected. The acclimation of Coby Fleener into the New Orleans Saints' offense is still a work in progress. Head coach...Show More Summary

Coby Fleener a “work in progress” in Saints offense

The Saints raised a few eyebrows last week when they released a depth chart that listed Coby Fleener at the bottom rung of the tight end position five months after they gave him a five-year, $36 million contract as a free agent. The depth chart was quickly updated with Fleener back on top, suggesting it…

Saints quickly move Coby Fleener back to No. 1 tight end

“Made you look,” said the Saints, possibly, on Tuesday afternoon. After the team’s online depth chart strangely dropped tight end Coby Fleener from No. 1 to No. 4 on the unofficial depth chart, the team officially moved Fleener all the way back to No. 1. It’s still not clear why Fleener, who joined the team as…

Coby Fleener inexplicably falls to No. 4 on Saints depth chart

There’s officially a major curiosity on the Saints’ unofficial depth chart. As noted by Larry Holder of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, the update to the non-binding configuration of Saints players has Fleener no longer listed as the starting tight end. The online version has Fleener at the top of the dreaded “other” designation, behind first-stringer…

Coby Fleener learning how to play with Drew Brees

The Saints struck quickly in free agency to make a deal with Coby Fleener in hopes of continuing a trend of strong performances by tight ends on the receiving end of passes from quarterback Drew Brees. Brees liked what he saw from Fleener on tape, where the quarterback picked up “an uncanny ability to separate”…

Can Coby Fleener Be the Breakout Tight End of 2016?

A word comes to mind when you think about New Orleans Saints tight end Coby Fleener and his body of NFL work so far. It’s not a bad word necessarily in this context, because despite the negative sting, the implication is there are greater...Show More Summary

Saints keep Josh Hill by matching Bears offer sheet

Even after making a splash in free agency by signing Coby Fleener, the Saints are apparently insistent on being deep at tight end. The team announced they matched the Bears offer sheet to restricted free agent tight end Josh Hill, keeping him in place. The three-year deal will keep him in place through the 2018…

Sean Payton Comments on Coby Fleener's Speed, Role in Saints Offense

New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton is high on new tight end Coby Fleener after watching every snap he played over the past two seasons with the Indianapolis Colts. Payton gushed about his new offensive weapon to WWL-TV, via Christopher...Show More Summary

Saints G.M. when asked about Drew Brees talks: “He’s under contract”

Other than an unexpected bidding war for tight end Coby Fleener, the Saints haven’t done much in free agency. Among the reasons is their quarterback is carrying a $30 million cap number. But Saints General Manager Mickey Loomis wasn’t in the mood to discuss Brees’ future at yesterday’s LSU pro day. “I’m not going to…

Jerrell Freeman tees off on former Colts teammate Coby Fleener

Neither of them are Indianapolis Colts anymore, but after hearing this... were they ever on the same team? Linebacker Jerrell Freeman is known for his hitting, so it's not stunning that he delivered a decleater on former Colts tightShow More Summary

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