This will be the final edition of “Sleeper Math” for this season but it’ll be back next year. For the remainder of the season we’re going to focus on matchups for the playoffs, Keepers, and setting the table for the offseason. Here at Razzball we’ll be active all the year leading up to next year’s […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
The top 4 matchups this week have a lot of question marks concerning amount of touches and who will be touched inappropriately. Arian Foster should get the majority of the carries against a bad Rams’ run defense, but it’s hard to know how much Ryan Moats or Chris Brown will cut into his work. Thankfully […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Yesterday was full of big time players having big time games. If you had those big time players on your team you are feeling really good today, if you went against them, you are cussing your dog. Here are some of the high and low lights from yesterday. It is fun watching Chris Johnson go […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Steven Jackson has yet to practice this week. The same thing happened last week and he went for over a 100 yards and a TD, but the cold weather in Chicago could do something to his back. I’m a doctor, remember? I believe if he starts he is good for his 100 yards, so pay […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
If you’re observant one thing you’ll notice is that past the “Waivers” section I almost completely ignore receivers. Earlier on in the season you can make the argument for stashing wideouts because legitimate studs emerge from the embers on a regular basis. As the Fantasy season unwinds, however, the game changes. Heading in to the […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Ben Roethlisberger talked to Coach Tomlin and informed him he might want to be able to tell his grand kids about winning Super Bowls instead of drooling on them, so he’s listed as questionable, but I have a feeling he’ll end up playing anyway. The alternative is Dennis Dixon going up against the Ravens on […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
If Michael Turner could face the Lions defense every game he would have passed Walter Payton by now. It became apparent last year that Turner might break out when he destroyed the Lions on opening day rushing for 220 yards on 22 attempts and scoring 2 touchdowns on the twenty second Sunday of 2222 after […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Kyle Orton: He was booed in camp for ineptitude. There is currently some kid booing me as I write this in a coffeeshop. Orton has too many weapons in Denver to not put up decent fantasy numbers. He’s a good #2 QB to have unless some jerk reaches for him. Shut up kid! Knowshon Moreno: […]Please, blog, may I have some more?