We have three weeks worth of stats, so it’s officially time to introduce “Points Allowed”. Our friends at myfantasyleague.com have given the Razzball community access to an all-inclusive site. Yes, free drinks, meals, and non-motorized water sports. The only thing you have to pay for is the women (pay meaning your date/spouse/affair; not prostitute).
There are two types of fantasy players after Week 3 of the NFL season: The people with teams better than .500 who are just on top of the world, and the people whose teams are sitting at the 1-2 mark or even the dreaded 0-3, with despair beginning to set in.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Another week, another fantasy stud lost to a season-ending injury. Kenny Britt is the latest victim. Brutal. I swear these injuries get worse every year. Cheer up, compadre. At least you aren’t the owner who drafted Peyton Manning, Jamaal Charles, Miles Austin, Kenny Britt, Antonio Gates, and Nate Kaeding.Please, blog, may I have some more?
(Doc’s Note: I’d like to introduce you to @FantasyOMatic. Give him a follow on Twitter and check out his take on the Tampa 2 below.)
No one missed the huge stat line that Jermichael Finley posted against the Bears in week three: 7 Receptions for 85 Yards and 3 touchdowns.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Three weeks are in the books, and the fantasy world has been repeatedly smacking the snooze button on this season. Fantasy team owners everywhere (including myself) have told themselves, “Ah it’s just one week, Foster will get healthy soon,” or “Chris Johnson is about to break out, I can feel it.” We kept hitting the snooze button, hoping for just one more week so our first round picks would wake up.Please, blog, may I have some more?
If you’re looking at your team defense and feelin’ a little iffy about their upcoming matchup, have no fear, I’ve got some fillers for ya! This week, if you own Pittsburgh or you own Dallas or you own Detroit, you know that they could potentially be your downfall, and at this point in the season you need all the help you can get.Please, blog, may I have some more?
As the weeks roll by, we start to get enough data to compile a Rush Defense Chart that is fairly accurate as to how weak or strong a team is against an opposing running back. However, the data in the chart still is only for the first 3 weeks of the season and still is not a perfect guide to the strategy against the rush defense.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Welcome to the Week 4 Rankings. I will continue to update these as injury news and any winds of change come in on the tide. I also add comments for a lot of the players as I think more about their matchups and their hair styles.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Should you be reading this triumphantly don’t chill that victory sixer of High Life (O’Doul’s for the young or recovering) just yet. Conversely, if you’re reading this repugnantly don’t remain in the corner apathetically making excuses when the week 4 bell sounds.Please, blog, may I have some more?