Formula: Rating = Amount of Talent (Individual + Team Support) + Opportunity Tier I Steven Jackson 19 (10+9) – I know how bad the Rams are but it doesn’t even matter. Jackson has failed to get in the end zone very often this season but don’t worry about that. He has been a relative “disappointment” […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
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The Chiefs only gave Jamaal Charles 9 touches when they should have given him 99. Haley gave too many looks to Smith and Savage which just seems ignorant. Smith was just activated and Savage hasn’t done anything. Charles has shown he can run in the NFL so hey, I’ve got a good idea, let’s just […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Sunday’s finally here! To start things off we have our “Matchup Savers,” players that you can start today if you’re in a pinch due to the bye week, injuries, etc. I do all of this within the context of 12 team leagues that are competitive. Often there will be more talented/valuable players than these available- […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Anthony Gonzalez: He had a little surgery the other day. You know, they just scraped around inside his body to see what was up. He’s been out since the beginning of time and you have held onto him thinking he would help you in the fantasy playoffs. Well, the fantasy is over. Drop him like […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Well, I told you to punt Matt Ryan a while back and the numbers continue to confirm that advice. Kurt Warner continues to have the easiest playoff schedule. You could probably grab him from somebody. He hasn’t had a great year, but Detroit and St. Louis are puff pieces on the scale of Brett Favre’s […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
So you are looking like a contender in your league and you are getting ready for a playoff run, but somehow you got there in spite of Matt Forte. So you come here to the friendly Razzball confines to see what your next move should be. Well, take a look at Mr. Forte’s opponents for […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Yesterday before the “Aerial Preview” as I call it, Mark compared Fantasy Football to Fantasy Baseball. He drew some really good analogies; in particular that Fantasy Football is a lot like poker. I’d like to piggy-back off that and ramble a little bit myself. I have been playing cards ever since I can remember; it’s […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
The top of the chart has the worst defenses and the bottom the best. So as you can see in the first row of the passing defensive chart Tennessee and Detroit rank worst in our total. And then you take a look at their opponents, Seattle and San Francisco (both at home by the way), […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
As I flipped back and forth between MNF and the World Series (and thought over my fantasy baseball and fantasy football seasons), I couldn’t help but compile a mental fantasy baseball vs. fantasy football monologue in my head. Most of it probably only made sense to me in that moment, but through it I realized […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Guys Worth a Look 1. Mike “who the @#$%” Thomas-which Jaguars receiver has the most targets over the last three weeks? Holt? Wrong. Sims-Walker? Wrong. Mike Thomas lead all Jags receivers in week 8 with seven targets, comprising 14% of all offensive looks. Holt weighed in with six targets and Sims-Walker a measly three. For […]Please, blog, may I have some more?