Time for the final chapter of the Draftmaster 29 Razzball book. We’re wrapping things up with the best and worst picks of the draft, and an analysis of each team’s roster. If you missed part one of the recap, then click here and read what pops up on your screen so I don’t have to write it all over again. Please, blog, may I have some more?
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(Doc’s Note: Here is PFF’s Mike Clay’s post on our recent draft, with our evaluations of the teams. You’ll have to go to PFF to see the individual grades since they didn’t fit here. This draft is one of the few I’ve ever gone with a top QB and top TE and it ended up hurting me even though I got them at decent value. Please, blog, may I have some more?
This is a very difficult week to predict who will be playing and how much. An example of this is LeSean McCoy, Jerome Harrison, and Owen Schmitt. McCoy could last from one series to a half and then Harrison could play from most of the game to a half and Schmitt could vulture goal line looks and some carries from Harrison. Please, blog, may I have some more?
Sorry for the late rankings. The holiday season has caught up with this poor old farm boy.
- Michael Vick (PHI vs. MIN)
- Tom Brady (NE @ BUF)
- Drew Brees (NO @ ATL)
- Peyton Manning (IND @ OAK)
- Philip Rivers (SD @ CIN)
- Aaron Rodgers (GB vs.
Good afternoon Razzballers. Here are the Rankings for this week.
- Peyton Manning (IND vs. JAC)
- Michael Vick (PHI @ NYG)
- Philip Rivers (SD vs. SF)
- Tom Brady (NE vs. GB)
- Drew Brees (NO @ BAL)
- Jon Kitna (DAL vs. WAS)
- Matt Schaub (HOU @ TEN)
- Matt Ryan (ATL @ SEA)
- Kerry Collins (TEN vs.
Good morning ya’ll. I will not be leaving the confines of my house unless it is on fire and even then I’ll probably stick around for a while. It is going to be miserable in Chicago and that’s where I am currently located. Please, blog, may I have some more?
Welcome to week 13. If you are still in the hunt this is probably a pretty big game, but don’t over think this shizz. It is what it is. You can only put your best players out there and then just let go. Please, blog, may I have some more?
The Superstar is averaging over 7 yards a touch and is soooo Chris Johnsonesque it’s scary. His lack of touchdowns is the only thing keeping him from fantasy insanity, but he did get one to go with his 176 yards against Seattle. Please, blog, may I have some more?
-In case you needed a reminder, here it is – never start a running back against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Not even the studliest of the studs. Chris Johnson, Michael Turner, Ray Rice and Peyton Hillis all took a crack, and none came away with more than 42 rushing yards against the league’s best unit. Please, blog, may I have some more?
Sunday was yet another painful, but exciting day of football. There were a ton of touchdowns scored and a few wide receivers horded many of them. There were some crazy games and there was Eli falling on his face and fumbling and lots of other things I’ll talk about just below this area here. Please, blog, may I have some more?