Keeping with the theme of moving into the future while looking at the past, we move on to Linebackers. The top crop of LBs in 2013 had a lot of the expected faces, along with a couple of rookies and some throwback performances by Ghosts of IDP Seasons Past. But before we get to the top 20, there are others that warrant some discussion:Please, blog, may I have some more?
Approx. 12:49 EDT September, 9 2012: laptop illuminates your retinas, the scent of slow-cooked game sweetness serenades your nostrils, a chilled Kool-Aid and brandy sweats onto a football-shaped coaster, as you twist your gas station purchased NFL lid frontward and backward then drum In the Air Tonight-style on your keyboard and slap “Enter” completing your […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Fantasy Football stats, news, and opinions heading into NFL Week 12. Check out my Individual Defensive Player ( DL, LB, DB ) rankings alongside other experts at FantasyPros.com “Points Allowed” provided by MyFantasyLeague.com Green Bay 27, Detroit 15 Salmon Gravlax, Various Cheeses, Italian Bread, Sausage coated Olives Stuffed with Cheese, Crab Corn Potato Soup, […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
I had a potentially volatile situation with one of the owners in my fantasy football league. It’s a pay league and I’m the commissioner. I hit up Doc to see if he wanted to take over. He was unavailable due to his time constraints – watercoloring and figure skating takes up a lot of his […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Fantasy football leagues that use individual defensive players (IDPs) add a new level of depth to your typical league. While using IDPs can be fun, it also means keeping track of an extra three or more players each week. An IDP will normally score around two to six points per week for your fantasy team, […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Doc’s note: In IDP leagues you have to be sure to check the scoring system before you go all hog wild with our rankings here. Lawrence gives us his top 50 for IDP, but if a deflected pass is worth 30 points, adjust! 1. Patrick Willis, ILB, SF — The best there is in IDP […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
In an article from September 18th, 2008 titled “The Bulldog of Bergen” (linked here) ex-USC and now Seattle Seahawks Head Coach Pete Carroll described a young Linebacker named Brian Cushing as an “animal” and a ”wild dog”. This was after Carroll and the USC National Advanced Scouting team attended many Bergen Catholic High School games […]Please, blog, may I have some more?