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That’s right folks. The anticipation has been mind boggling. MIND. BOGGLING. To be totally honest, I’m not quite famlier with what the Combine is or what it does. Just a few months ago, I thought it was a part in F/A 18 Hornet Fighter Jet. Why? Because it’s a jet. That can shoot missiles. Makes thing’s go boom… ya know, the stuff that matters. But to my surprise, and disappointment, I found out that the combine has nothing to do with M61A1 20-millimeter gun pew-pews. In fact, here’s where my research led me:

“The NFL Scouting Combine is a week-long showcase occurring every February at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana, where college football players perform physical and mental tests in front of National Football League coaches, general managers, and scouts.”

Well, that certainly set me straight. And while I may not know much about the Combine, we’ve dedicated our Dynasty Contributor, Josh O., to the subject-matter, providing you the lowdown, fantasy-wise, on the Combine. Good content does exist this time of year! Unlike Manti Te’o’s girlfriend. Which, actually, doesn’t exist any years. Fascinating…

So there are a few things to look forward to during the official Razzball Combine Week. First, we won’t be in Indianapolis, so we can all breathe a sigh of relief. Unless you like swimming in brown gravy. Then, sorry bro. Second, if you are prepping for a Dynasty Rookie Draft, or are thinking about doing a Dynasty league, this week-long event was made for you. Even in deep redrafts or redrafts in general, there’s some good information to glean from here. Because gleaning makes me think of massages. Which also seems like a net-net gain.

So here’s the tentative schedule of events:

Monday — Tight Ends

Tuesday — Quarterbacks

Wednesday — Wide Receivers

Thursday — Running Backs

So look forward to some tight end action later today. That’s what she said.

 

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  1. Ghost of the Disappeared says:
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    OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoooooooooooooooooo

    Jay: This place is duller than me tomb on the Otherside.

    Your next show should be titled “Tales from the FF Crypt” or RazzBall’s FF Undead.

    I’m so sorry if my antics had anything to do with you being sentenced to this cyber fantasy sports backwater. A body could just rot away here. I promise, if you do return to the FBB side, I will resist oozing all over you there in the future – if there can be a future after this dead-end.

    I’m sending a note the Sky to have you put on a suicide watch. I’m worried about my little SotS

    TTFN….

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Ghost of the Disappeared: Well, it’s much brighter with you here my friend.

      I’m not saying it was your fault, but I can’t say it wasn’t either. You’ll have to ping the overlord on that one.

  2. Fantasy with Dase or Days

    Fantasy with Dase or Days says:
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    It seems like James Jones will not be in a Packer uniform next year. The head coach, Mike McCarthy came out and said that “I’m as high on Boykin as anybody in the building”. Jarrett played in 12 games last year and had a stat line of 49 catches, 681 yards and 3 TDs. Some things to take note would be that in 7 of those 12 games, he had at least 83 yards and/or a TD catch. Also we have to remember that in week 7 & 8 was the only time that he got to play with Rodgers and not have Jones in the lineup. In those two games, he posted 6.5 catches, 96 yards, .5 TDs with 8 targets a game. Boykin is only 24 and McCarthy believes he can take his game to another level and be a WR2. If the Packers let Jones go, I find myself liking Boykin in 2014.

  3. Fantasy with Dase or Days

    Fantasy with Dase or Days says:
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    Continuing with the WR theme of if this player leaves. That would be with Terrance Williams in Dallas. It seems like a for gone conclusion that Miles Austin will be a cap casualty this spring. In a 7 game stretch(week 4-10) in which Miles Austin missed 5 games and played in 2(0 catches only 7 targets). We saw Williams produce 3.4 catches, 62.6 yards, .71 TDs on 6.14 Targets a game. He also had 12 catches of 20+ yards and 3 of those went for TDs. You add in that have brought Scott Linehan as the new OC(former Lions OC). I would have to say that he is another WR that if the chips fall in place will make noise come this fantasy football season.

      • Fantasy with Dase or Days

        Fantasy with Dase or Days says:
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        @Jay: it’s very early but if the first 16 MFL 10s drafts at myfantasyleague.com are any indication. He is not going to be under the radar as his ADP at the moment is 83.44

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