So I go into my Week 9 fantasy game trailing by a slight margin with RB Matt Forte and DB Nate Allen vs WR DeSean Jackson and DE Jason Babin. What a disaster for the both of us. I don’t recall an uglier Monday night outcome for players of this status. I ended up losing […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Editors note: I’d like to thank Jen for joining the Razzball team. We might have to take the pinball machine out of the women’s bathroom at Razzball headquarters! Follow her insightful twitter comments here. QB: START: Joe Flacco (v. DET): I know, he’s been an overall fantasy disappointment the last few weeks, especially given his […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Davone Bess-clearly the “Bess” receiver on the team, the man with the predator locks has emerged as a confident, productive receiver over the past few weeks. Bess was fourth in the league last week with 14 targets and he has 25 over the past three weeks. His monster game on Sunday during which he grabbed […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Chaz Schilens – The Raiders’ top receiver is back…with a mediocre performance. I know Schilens only had three receptions for 27 yards in yet another pitiful Raider performance during which JaMarcus Russell was benched…again, and claimed he had no idea why he was benched…again. Maybe Russell should be forced to watch the atrocity that is […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Formula: Rating = Amount of Talent (Individual + Team Support) + Opportunity Tier I Steven Jackson 19 (10+9) – I know how bad the Rams are but it doesn’t even matter. Jackson has failed to get in the end zone very often this season but don’t worry about that. He has been a relative “disappointment” […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Formula: Rating = Amount of Talent (Individual + Team Support) + Opportunity Tier I Jason Witten 17 (9+8) – I know that Miles Austin is catching everything in Dallas right now but there’s no way this pace continues. Think: Steve Smith, New York Giants. I still believe in Jason Witten and his track record. Brian […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
The 2009 offseason has had its share of big moves, but what do those moves mean to fantasy owners in 2009? Are we getting Randy Moss to Oakland, or Randy Moss to New England? While most marquee trades and free agent signings are hyped by team media personnel as an “excellent addition” or “a perfect […]Please, blog, may I have some more?