There is a general inkling in fantasy football that the third year of a wide receiver’s career can and usually is their breakout year in the NFL. Over the course of the off-season, Razzball will take a look at some wideouts heading into their third year in the league and see if they’re a breakout candidate for 2013 fantasy football. This week we will review Torrey Smith.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Five months after we initially embarked on this crazy endeavor, the NFL season and, as a result, Bet the Farm is coming to an end. But there’s still plenty of competition to be had. So let’s review the rules for our special playoff contest one last time:
– Each week we’ll list the current point spread and total for each playoff game when this goes live. Those are the spreads/totals everybody will use for their picks that week, no matter when they pick (even if the spreads/totals change officially).
– You must make one wager on each playoff game. You can wager either the spread or total, but not both, for any single game. You must bet every single game during the postseason.
– You get one point for each Wild Card and Divisional Round game you guess correctly, two points for each correct Conference Championship Game, and four points for the Super Bowl. However, you will make each of these wagers the week of that specific game.
– Once during the playoffs, you may identify one game as your “lock.” If you get that game right, you get two extra points. You only get one lock for the entire playoffs, so the maximum final point total is 18.
– You can jump in at any time (even now), just try to use the same handle throughout the entire playoffs.
You’ve heard enough about this game by now that I’m not going to be able to give you much enlightenment. My take on today’s bout is pretty simple. I believe the Giants have the more well rounded team with a strong defense and offense while the Patriots have a stronger offense and a slightly weaker […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
It’s the championship and hopefully Santa brought you a nice Super Bowl appearance to give you a vesting interest in the Christmas Eve slate of games and you avoid your family to watch the games tomorrow. I imagine there’s going to be tons of eager fantasy players checking their phones at the dinner tables, sneaking […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
We have the two best teams in the NFL facing off tonight. Not just because they got to the Super Bowl, but because they are actually the two best teams. That doesn’t always happen and this game is set up to be a classic. Will it be? I actually think so. Remember the Cardinals/Steelers Super […]Please, blog, may I have some more?