Well, this is it folks. We are nearing the end of what was a glorious and scrumptious set of weeks going over the bulk of our fantasy rankings. Coincidentally, glorious and scrumptious is how I’m described at most dinner parties. With a hint of lilac and ginger. So I’m basically a hot tea. Hot tea. Hottie. HUUUUUUR. Anyways, you should give me a dollar for these set of rankings. Why? So I can give you some quarters back…? I’m simply on fire here. No, I’m serious. It’s the District and we’re in the unbearable humid stage of summer. So I literally need to stick a fire extinguisher between my thighs to prevent chaffed rashes and combustion. It’s like the forest from Fern Gully down there.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Before we get started, don’t forget to cover your doors with lamb’s blood. The groundhog saw his shadow, which means the polar vortex is here to eat all of your first-born. Or something like that. So, where to begin? I heard there was a football game on last night… pray tell. The overriding theme before […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
I got a lot of curious looks this week for ranking Cam Newton as my number two QB behind Peyton. Pretty sure I was the only one that ranked him that high. Via FantasyPros, his highest rank was 2 so I guess there COULD be another person just as crazy as me out there, but not moreso. The naysayers said things like ‘The Panthers have looked terrible’ and ‘Cam’s been a bum all year so far’ and ‘You can’t do that on television!’ and other nonsensical senselessness. Well, ok all things true but I’ll say this. For how ‘bad’ the Panthers have looked on offense, the Giants defense has looked like the Invisible Man out there for most of the year. Something had to give and on this Sunday, Cam went HAM on the poor Giants defense, going 15/27 for 223 passing yards, added 45 on the ground and chucked in a total of 4 TDs with one being a rushing TD. I can hear you now saying ‘Is Cam back?’ and all I can say is he’s never really left. Sorry everyone, this is the life of being a Newton owner. He has limited weapons surrounding him unless either LaFell or Ginn step up along side Steve Smith like they did today on a consistent basis. Moving forward, Cam is still Cam and Cam can still go HAM at any given time but this is one of the few times the Panthers have really utilized his wheels as much as they did today. Clearly it was effective and I’m sure Cam and his owners hope this change is here to stay. In other 2013 Fantasy Football news…Please, blog, may I have some more?
Were still in preseason mode so the main news we should be covering is who got hurt and who is seizing control of a position battle. Let’s start with the boo boos, shall we? Matthew Stafford injured his non-throwing hand against Oakland when he hit it on an opposing player’s helmet. Though the injury is […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Fantasy Football stats, news, and opinions heading into NFL Week 13. Check out my Individual Defensive Player ( DL, LB, DB ) rankings alongside other experts at FantasyPros.com “Points Allowed” provided by MyFantasyLeague.com Philadelphia at Seattle DVR is amazing technology. It allows me to watch It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia when the game ends. […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
How art thou, Razzballians? Where art thou, fallen fantasy comrades? Even backups were sacrificed at the fantasy alter in week 8, leaving me to seriously consider picking up Chris Ogbonnaya with the third overall waiver claim. I must be crazy, but what the hell; at least I’m in good company. Great in Week 8…or at […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Wasabi Razzballers? Hopefully you’re staying alive through week five. Week six is really the week that desperate owners need to make a move in order to avoid that catastrophic 1-5 or 2-4 start that almost certainly spells doom for your fantasy playoff hopes. With bye weeks looming, you need to take advantage of the waiver […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Hola Razzballians. We are finally starting to settle in to the NFL season. At this point you should be expecting some trends to develop, but many trenders were tarnished in week three (see the law office of Green,Davis, Simpson, Burleson, and Branch). Trying to predict what will happen in this crazy fake sport is like […]Please, blog, may I have some more?