Posted by Sean Tomlinson under Value mining on May 21, 2013
Matthew Stafford is an odd guy. No, not because of his innovative offseason workout habits. You party on, Matty.
He’s intriguing because with OTAs beginning for most teams now and with the NFL offseason clock quickly clicking towards training camps (oh gawd move faster please thanks), projecting what Stafford we’ll see in 2013 is difficult. He’s not unique in that sense, especially among his quarterback peers. Often unless your last name is Rodgers or Brady or Brees or Manning (arguably both Mannings, but definitely Peyton), there’s little need for concern. The rest, though, usually have at least one lingering question mark.
For Stafford, his best efforts to create apprehension could actually be beneficial and result in fine fantasy value.
Oh, and money. That too.