Dear Running Backs,
What the hell is going on? Seriously guys, not only are you getting injured at an alarming rate, but your off the field antics are ridiculous, and not ridiculous in a Dennis Rodman fun idiot kind of way. Let’s take a minute to reflect. More than likely we the fantasy football collective will be without Adrian Peterson, Ray Rice, Jamaal Charles (maybe not), Ryan Matthews, Mark Ingram, Knowshon Moreno, Doug Martin and Jonathan Dwyer for several weeks. Oh okay, yeah, no one cares about Jonathan Dwyer, but you get my point. That’s seven starting running backs and we’re only two weeks into the season. Early in the fantasy baseball season we talked about the closerpocalypse well this is the runningbackalypse. I fully expect another three to be injured and Matt Forte to be found out as the real life Buffalo Bill by the time this blog posts. It’s been that kind of year. As corny dancehall reggae artist Elephant Man would say ju-kno! Well I guess the silver lining is there were plenty of intriguing handcuffs promoted to starter in the last week. Some are temporary, others could be more permanent, and some tried to get in on the runningbackalypse. Either way here are the ones to keep an eye on.
Dear Running Backs,
Last time on ‘As The Razzball Turns’ we found out that Ryan Matthews rounded out our top 10 for 2012 fantasy football and that he scared the dickens out of me. Now he’s not even in my top 10 which is a dickens in and of itself. Today we should not only find out what the […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Put 8 weeks into the books Razzballers and welcome to the latter half of the season. For some, the playoffs may be completely out of reach, and for others it may be all but guaranteed. But for most of us who dedicate a large portion of our free time to stalking professional athletes in order […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Welcome to the 2011 Fantasy Football season! It has officially started because I am officially starting it right now, which is also today. I’m starting off our rankings with running backs because they really are the reason fantasy football exists. I was hoping to hold off on the rankings until the lockout and free agency […]Please, blog, may I have some more?