There are many, many ways to play fantasy football, and while we’ve been focusing mostly on the traditional H2H/Roto league based fantasy fare, we don’t want to neglect some of the other great fantasy football formats. With that in mind, throughout the season we’ll be offering up our 3 cents(because 3 is more than 2, you see?!) of advice on Suicide-Pools, Pick ‘ems, and Salary Cap leagues, all because we like you…and we have nothing better to do because our mom’s basement is cold and scary and dark and lonely…

Anyways, what was I saying?

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If you’re like me (and let’s not kid yourself, you definitely want to be like me) over the last month you’ve probably heard all the fantasy advice clichés you can stand. You’ve ranked your players, you’ve tiered your positions, you’ve identified your sleepers, and you’ve done a silly number of mock drafts while at work, but now as draft day approaches you’re getting nervous.

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2nd year WR David Clowney, wasn’t clowning around in the Jet’s first preseason game in 2009. The Virginia Tech product hauled in 3 catches (2 very snazzy snags) for 102 yards. With Laveranues Coles out of the picture, and Jerricho Cotchery taking over the #1 WR duties, an impressive preseason may move Clowney into a starting position opposite Cotchery.

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