Fantasy drafts are happening all over the place and yours may be this weekend. Or maybe you’re planning on doing your 12th fantasy draft this weekend because you have a fantasy football addiction like me. It’s a common affliction this time of year. Whether it’s your first draft or your 12th draft, the late rounds are important to winning any fantasy championship. Value and upside are key in the late rounds, and St.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Nothing beats a rambling preamble. By the time the tumbleweed stopped tumbling, Sam Elliot wrapped up his narration, and the Dude finished paying for his milk with a check for 69 cents, you knew you were about to witness greatness. Circumnavigating the fantasy football world, you come across a lot of bizarre characters. (When did douche become so ubiquitous and multi-faceted? That’s not a name they’d self-apply where I come from.) Of course, if there’s one thing uniting this motley band of fellow travelers, it’s this: The Sleeper List.Please, blog, may I have some more?
The free agent insanity going on around the NFL has opened a big door for Chargers rookie wide receiver Vincent Brown. Former San Diego wide receiver Legedu Naanee has signed with the Carolina Panthers, and by the time you read this article free agent Malcom Floyd might be on a different team. As I write this Floyd is still a free agent, but there are strong rumors of him being signed by the Ravens as soon as today (August 5th).Please, blog, may I have some more?
Late season production from the previous year can provide a glimpse of potential production for the upcoming year. There were a few players that came on strong in the last quarter of the 2010 season after having a not-so-great first three quarters of the season. These here fellers are looking to build on their late season studliness in 2011. But should you trust them for your fantasy team? Let’s take a closer look.Please, blog, may I have some more?
We’re in full draft prep mode here at Razzball football. We’ve got wide receiver rankings, running back rankings, drafting tiers, ADP analysis, and a whole lot more fantasy football draft prep goodness to warm your fake football hearts. It’s enough to make your head spin!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Most fourth round NFL draft selections go relatively unnoticed by fantasy footballers. In fact most rookies regardless of what round they’re drafted in take a while to make any major NFL impact. But as I continue my search for those elusive diamonds in the fantasy rough, I’ve stumbled upon a rookie that has a good shot to make some noise this year.Please, blog, may I have some more?
After an injury riddled rookie season Ryan Mathews has been as high as #8 in some fantasy rankings and as low as #26 with respect to running backs. There was a lot of hype surrounding Mathews and his high draft selection in 2010. Except between injuries and the stellar play by Mike Tolbert, Mathew’s touches were cut into dramatically. However, this year is certain to be different, better. Mathews only played in 12 games in his rookie season.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Fantasy footballers are always looking for that hidden gem late in their fantasy drafts. That’s where fantasy titles are won and lost. Anyone can pick in the top 5 rounds. It’s the owners that find breakout players in rounds 10 or later that end up winning fantasy titles. I prefer to be that guy because I like winning fantasy titles. I also like preventing others in my league from winning fantasy titles. That’s just how I roll. The time to find these late round gems is now.Please, blog, may I have some more?