The McNabb trade is still all the buzz, which made buzz-kill Bud Selig unhappy when he turned to ESPN and saw that they weren’t incessantly talking about the Red Sox/Yankees game. So I think the NFL should stage some sort of big trade to coincide with every “big” MLB game just to make Bud Selig’s […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
You are probably like me when it comes to fantasy football. I use logic to set my lineups during the week and act totally rational. Then Sunday comes and I’m thrown in to a tailspin of delusional schizophrenia (no offense to our schizophrenic readers) and I pre-emptively hate all my starters because I think they’re […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Those of you who actually played real tackle football are familiar with the phrase “play to the whistle,” meaning give your best effort until the play is over. The human temptation is to lose focus and intensity, even when you’re still in the mix to win. Even if your league doesn’t have keepers you should […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Sunday 1 PM New Orleans (24th) @ Atlanta (18th) Judging from his past performances Pierre Thomas is either going to have a monster game or score about 3 points. Unfortunately you have to start him. Reggie Bush will be back in action and is a must start in PPR. Mike Bell continues to be the […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Worth a Waiver Claim Jerome Harrison – So I guess he’s the guy, not Chris Jennings going forward. Unless you have one of the top few spots you probably won’t be able to acquire him but either way it’s worth a shot. In PPR he could be a poor man’s Ray Rice going forward. I […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
As Mark mentioned in his Aerial Preview yesterday we’re changing the way we rank defenses from here on out. We are going with the average yards allowed for the past six weeks in order to emphasize more how well defenses have been playing recently. As an aside I’d like to inform everyone that “Game Day […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
If you’re observant one thing you’ll notice is that past the “Waivers” section I almost completely ignore receivers. Earlier on in the season you can make the argument for stashing wideouts because legitimate studs emerge from the embers on a regular basis. As the Fantasy season unwinds, however, the game changes. Heading in to the […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
1PM Games Indianapolis (14th) @ Baltimore (5th) Joseph Addai hurt his hand during the Patriots game but they taped it up and he came back in and played (even scored a touchdown) so I wouldn’t be too concerned about him not going this week. Donald Brown did a nice job against New England; expect him […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
1PM Games New Orleans (19th) @ St. Louis (27th) Let the running back carousel spin around again for the Saints. If one of these guys would just get hurt it’d make everyone’s life a lot simpler. Pierre is a must start, Reggie a flex option in non-PPR, and Mike a flex option in PPR. If […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Yesterday before the “Aerial Preview” as I call it, Mark compared Fantasy Football to Fantasy Baseball. He drew some really good analogies; in particular that Fantasy Football is a lot like poker. I’d like to piggy-back off that and ramble a little bit myself. I have been playing cards ever since I can remember; it’s […]Please, blog, may I have some more?