With a quarter of the season down we are seeing some flat out ridiculous trends that can no longer be deemed as flukes. I guess the Broncos are really a fantasy powerhouse, Sims-Walker really is that bad, the Saints offense is a shell of what it once was, and rookies and undrafted free agents are […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
(Editor’s note: Make sure you join our week 16 contest. If you don’t, people will laugh at you!) Josh Morgan: The captain in you should take a shot of Morgan as the new aerial assault in San Fran has been turning coal into diamonds; if you’re a cagey owner, you just might find some in […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Steve Smith had been dragging his (NYG) all over the field. It was slowing him down, but he finally bust a move so funky the aftermath looked a little like this: Y ) N G ( It was an ugly sight. Smith is on pace to gain 47,005 yards and score 1,767 touchdowns, which would […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Funny things happen to all of us psychologically early on in the Fantasy Football season. What I am proposing is that we accept it and try to figure out how to use it to our advantage. After we draft our players we see everything through rose-colored glasses. We feel smart. All our studs will be […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
A statistic I like to use when assessing wide receivers is targets. If your players don’t have the opportunity the odds of them succeeding, are, well, not as good or to put it in terms nobody will understand, zeep zop zulu cranium. We are only one week into the season, but these numbers can be […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Tennessee Titans @ Pittsburgh Steelers Opening night. NFL football. Blood, sweat, beers. It is here! We’ve all been waiting for it. We all love it. What else could you ask for? The defending champs vs. the team with the best record last year. Defense, defense and some more defense! Even though I am a Fantasy […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Fantasy Sports are contests of collective decision making. People love personal stories about “Sleepers” where a player comes out of nowhere and conquers the world. Look, some of that goes on but exponentially more important is talent and opportunity. Those are the two ingredients. I am not trying to turn the world upside down here […]Please, blog, may I have some more?