It’s just the place where you stop the story…
Unless you’re Gus Bradley that is. With Jacksonville’s long nightmare coming to an end (with a potentially new nightmare on the horizon, because, well, it’s Jacksonville, and Jeff Fisher is still out there), it seems proper to announce that this is our official end to the 2016 Razzball Football season, content-wise. As I’m sure all of you know, we run a smaller ship than the other sites in the Razzball Network, but to combat that, we use 100% more nautical terms. I realize that the actual NFL Season hasn’t ended yet, but with two weeks left to go, your Fantasy Season should be coming to a close. (YMMV.) We’ll still release rankings the next two weeks and during the playoffs, and we’ll have a few more podcasts this year, and I’ll still be here answering all of your questions… (I’ll always be here, maaaan), but as the readership dwindles and Christmas approaches, I just wanted to take the time to again thank my contributors and you, the Razzball community for making this season another great one.
I’d have to say, it’s been a tough year, for a lot of reasons and for a lot of things, Fantasy Football included. (Thanks
Obama! Osweiler!) Even Football itself has had a rough year! (Thanks Obama! NFL Rules Committee!) And while I treasure the fact that our site remains indie to the core, a happy little niche prancing along (prancing sounds festive!), I’m proud that this year, we’ve found some larger appeal from our strong finish in ranking’s accuracy (we’re near the top-10 at the moment) and Rudy’s hard work in creating projections and other site improvements, like the new player pages.
I’m looking forward to returning next year with even better results, and hopefully new ways to improve and grow our content. So thanks to everyone involved with the site. Happy Holidays, Happy New Year, and all the best wishes to you and yours!
Except you, Roger Goodell and Dean Spanos. F*ck You.