You ever get the feeling that things are too good to be true? Like that one time that hot girl from chem class Candice invited you over because she just couldn’t figure out how she was gonna survive that Algebra test and you thought to yourself ‘she has an ‘A’ in that class, no way she’s asking me over for a study session’. So you dress up in your best Mossimo t-shirt, your cool bandana, your shell necklace, threw your jansport bag on your back and trudged over for a little ‘studying’. Then you got there and all of her friends were there, books out on the table. She had her hair in a messy bun while wearing her reading glasses and a gym shirt while everyone was arguing over what a polynomial was. There was no reason for you to think the situation was any more then what it looked like except for the fantasies racing around in your head telling you different. Well I’m here to tell you something very similar is going on with our freshly coifed friend Wes Welker and his fantasy outlook this year. So follow me as I move on from my Candice fantasies and move onto why Welker will let you down for 2013 Fantasy Football…Please, blog, may I have some more?
At this point in the season, the emergence of high impact waiver-wire pickups is pretty rare. Unless of course you’re in a dynasty/keeper league, in which case I will have a special column just for you later on this week. But for the rest of us, there is limited upside to most of the players […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
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If you’re playing in the typical 10 team, one quarterback league, I’m gonna give you a glaring hint that you no doubt (not the band) already know: You don’t need the top QB in the league to win. In fact, you want to try and avoid them as the more critical areas such as running […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
What’s that coming around the corner? Is it a bird? A plane? No! It’s a poorly constructed segue to our 2012 Fantasy Football rankings! If you wanna know where to find these tasty little morsels of information over the course of the season, you just need to click on that link. It will remember where […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
I’ve got some big shoes to fill this week as our main writer for Jimmy Graham got some cold feet when we asked him to say something bad about Rob Gronkowski. I can understand. He’s a big guy and I sure wouldn’t want to tick him off either. Rob this isn’t personal, I promise, but […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
The Browns expect Brandon Weeden to be their starting quarterback for the 2012 season but saying he will have to earn it. They have given him first team reps over Colt McCoy this week despite Colt getting them the week prior. Brandon is a 28 year old rookie which, in many ways, is kind of like […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Playoffs? We’re talking about playoffs? That magical time of year has finally arrived for many of you and for others you are just a week away. We’re all hoping Santa will bring us fantasy gold this year. Unfortunately it’s only a fake trophy for a fake sport, but as we know, the bragging rights are all too real. I’ve found myself in […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
It’s an age-old question: what came first the chicken or the egg? That timeless question got me thinking about how many fines are now coming down from Goodell’s fortress for anything and everything, and wondering if it’s just a reflection on the current exposition of media immediacy, be it Sportscenter, the internet, social media, or […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
What’s up weekend warriors? It’s time for another installment of Target(s) Practice. It’s hard to believe that we’re already a quarter of the way through the regular season and so far this year the only thing that’s been predictable is that all of your best fantasy players are going to get injured. At least that’s […]Please, blog, may I have some more?