(Doc’s Note: Our weekly contest is in full swing and we need a few more managers for our week 6 FanDuel league. Do that thing you do) Quarterbacks Sit Matt Schaub vs. KC One of the more difficult things about the first half of each football season is figuring out what teams no longer fit […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Quarterbacks Sit Donovan McNabb vs. GB So far McNabb has had 1 game out of 4 with a better than 80 QB rating. He has yet to throw more than 1 TD in a game. He’s cracked 250 yards just once. I think he’ll get better as the season goes on (injury risks notwithstanding), but […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Quarterback Sit Joe Flacco @ PIT So far Polamalu’s protective hair shell has kept him from any season-ending injuries, which means the Steelers defense is about as good as there is in the NFL. If Ray Rice was full strength, Flacco owners could hold out hope that Pittsburgh would focus on shutting down the run, […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Quarterback Sit Eli Manning vs. TEN Doc pointed out on twitter yesterday that the Titans pass defense has “shut down” Jason Campbell, Dennis Dixon, and Charlie Batch. So, they probably aren’t really the 2nd best pass defense in the league. But, I think they are good enough to keep Eli off balance. The Giants will […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Quarterback Sit Jay Cutler @ DAL O RLY?, says the Internet meme owl. YES RLY. I wouldn’t be surprised if Cutler racks up decent yardage, but Cutler is at his worst when he’s getting hit and hurried — and the Cowboys D-line shouldn’t have any trouble getting through the Bears blockers. Be very careful if […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Standard fantasy article intro/disclaimer: Just because a player is listed as a “Start” doesn’t mean you should necessarily play them over a player listed as a “Sit”. Sit/Start is written to supplement the weekly rankings (and to undermine Doc’s fantasy expertness by sort of disagreeing with him occasionally!), so that noteworthy players aren’t just lost […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Before jumping into an analysis of the Lions’ #2 pick, it’s worth noting that as we make our way through the first round of the draft, we’ll get better and more reliable information closer to the draft date. Each team’s report should be considered in terms of when it was written and the information available […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
The 2009-2010 NFL playoffs has featured plenty of pass-happy teams. The good news is that 3 of the 4 remaining teams have an abundance of fantasy-relevant QB’s, WR’s, and TE’s. The bad news is that one of this weekend’s two matchups offers a much better situation than the other. Sunday 3:00 EST New York Jets […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Last week I included a little “What to Watch” question with each game. I started to do the same this week, then I realized that I would mostly be watching the same thing in each game — will the team that had a first round bye week exhibit any signs of rust? Especially the passing […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Before we look at the games, I want to say thanks to Doc for stepping in for 3 weeks while I closed and moved into my first house. Like Pedro Cerrano, you’re in good hands with Doc. Regular season fantasy leagues are over, but there’s a lot of fantasy playoff leagues as well, and if […]Please, blog, may I have some more?