This article will cover each impactful offensive player that will be a 2023 free agent in the AFC West. Each section will show how much cap space every team has going into the offseason and the percentage of snaps each key free agent has played in 2022. Finally, we will touch on the potential […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
I drafted Jonathan Taylor… five times. Five times I had the first pick and I took JT. CMC, Ekeler and Henry were all close in my rankings but I always took Taylor. Unsurprisingly, I lost every one of those leagues. I know I’m not the only one either. Taylor was so good in 2022, he […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
I am not the type to toot my own horn, but beep beep…my Week 11 Waiver Wire Add of the Week, Christian Watson significantly exceeded even this Packers fans’ expectations. The Watson recommendation certainly makes up for the Week 10 recommendation of Mecole Hardman who has not suited up since I lauded his accomplishments. Our […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Mitch Staniger is enjoying a much-deserved vacation this week. When the bullpen phone rang and my number called, I was ecstatic to get an opportunity to share not only my “Target Trends” but also my “Waiver Wire” thoughts with you this week. I feel like the football gods are taking it easy on me though, […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
On Broadway and in your community center production of Hamilton, a “triple threat” is somebody who can sing, dance, and act. Oh, you thought I was threatening you because it’s Halloween? No, no, no! I have something much scarier than a bedsheet ghost costume to present to you: it’s a player who can run, pass, and catch! On Sunday, our favorite comeback kid Christian McCaffrey scored touchdowns by rushing, receiving, and passing. Of course in an offense with Jimmy Garoppolo, it would take a brand new running back to actually throw a passing TD, amirite? With the days of Kordell Stewart and Antwan Randle-El long gone, could we have the next — dare I say Joe Webb? — could we have the next great gadget player in Christian McCaffrey?Please, blog, may I have some more?
What do you call it when a bunch of teams are on BYE, Christian McCaffrey is traded, and J.K. Dobbins is gonna miss half the year? I dunno. You’re gonna have to speak louder because the sounds of my sobbing are drowning you out.
Much like our esteemed Thursday Night Football writer Hobbs once wrote, “Fantasy football is nasty, brutish, and short.” Civilization is breaking down at the seams and we’re all in our natural state, foraging for running backs wherever we can find them.
Let’s jump in and see if we can avoid any pitfalls this week. Also, because I’m super nice, I’m going to toss in some quick take analysis on the more significant roster moves.Please, blog, may I have some more?
It’s clear that the NFL set the season’s prime-time schedule by betting that the Denver Broncos would be good. Instead, between the Monday night season opener on September 12th and last night’s Monday night performance, the Broncos have put up no more than 23 points and have disappointed at almost every snap. NFL Week 6 […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
You know the old fantasy football saying, “Do not chase points”, right? That saying is one you should almost always consider…ALMOST. At this point in the 2022 fantasy football season, we just need to survive, week by week, both the injuries and byes. What that means is we will probably have to catch lightning in […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
The year is 2022. Yogurt is $6 a quart. Starbucks is one of the top 10 largest banks in the world. And all of your fantasy teams are daggered because you drafted Kyle Pitts in the second round. Every team, every time: Pitts, Pitts, Pitts. It was like you were drafting your team based on lithium futures. Now we’re 25% of the way through the season, and you’ve got a 1-3 record (you swear it’s Jameis Winston’s fault) and Kyle Pitts has seen fewer passes than me at Fantasy Football Singles Night (fortunately for you, I’m taken). Now, you’ll need to navigate Week 5 without the Tight End you love to worry about. It’s — literally — the Pitts.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Why do the fantasy God’s hate our fantasy teams so much? Seriously, the injuries keep piling up. There is a very good chance that your team has been negatively affected by the rash of injuries, but do not fret as you are not alone. It is safe to assume that virtually every team in your […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
I see you there with your lone win, maybe two, and you are starting to worry. This is not at all how you thought the season was going to go when you were drafting back in August. The real fear is starting to sink in of completely missing the playoffs and having to play for your league’s last place trophy, which is probably some horrid garden ornament you must display in your home every day through the following season. I am here to tell you, there options and you guessed it, we are looking towards the silver screen for inspiration. When John Cassavetes’ acting career was in trouble in Rosemary’s Baby he reached out to his neighbors for help, but now he must help raise that baby and apparently something is wrong with his eyes. You could always see your local Godfather for some trade assistance and a deal no one could refuse, but horseheads are in short supply these days. Then again, it is probably better to buckle down and focus on fielding the best lineup you can. Allow me to be of assistance with this week’s waiver wire recommendations.Please, blog, may I have some more?
October is upon us and thus the gates of all things spooky have opened. Although no living room werewolf transformation or demon spawned baby can match the terrors on the field this past week. No, I am not talking of the awkward non-hug between Tom Brady and Bill Belichick at the end of Sunday night’s dark and stormy game. I am speaking of the gruesome injuries, quarterback play which may require an old priest and a new priest to fix, and once thought done players seemingly rising from the dead. Things are getting downright strange in the fantasy football neighborhood, so who we gonna call? Waiver Wire!Please, blog, may I have some more?