Chadam of contributing writer to Fantasy Football Fools fame has this theory about Chad Pennington that he asked me to share. He says they broke Pennington’s shoulder on purpose so that he can have surgery and come back next season like Rookie of the Year with a cannon that can throw 70-yard bombs. Maybe he’s…… Continue reading Week 4 Hot Hands and Cold Shoulders: Rookie of the Year?
Ah, I just love the sweet smell of bacon in the morning. What? You thought I was going to say coffee, as in Glen Coffee? That would be silly. Silly like little kids who talk like big people. http://youtu.be/2T_obaO46Bo Now, get your Coffee while it’s hot. Burn! Glen Coffee, RB, San Francisco 49ers: With Frank…… Continue reading On the Wire: Week 4 Pickups and Sleepers [Insert Coffee Joke Here]
Since graduating college, I’ve occasionally had a dream that I was still taking finals. In the dream, I wake up and realize that I have a final that very day, but it’s for a class that I didn’t know I was taking and haven’t attended even one day that semester. Right about the time that…… Continue reading Foolish Thoughts: The Brady Bench, Law of Averages and Josh Johnson
We’ve analyzed the rankings for running backs, wide receivers and tight ends already this preseason and recommended who you should avoid when it’s your turn to pick. Now, it’s time to take on the quarterback position. Most standard fantasy teams will only need two quarterbacks on the roster, one starter and one backup. What separates…… Continue reading Fantasy Draft Day Pick or Pass: Top 12 Quarterbacks by ADP
Now that that the 2009 NFL Draft has come to and end and Mel Kiper Jr.’s hair has been safely removed and returned to its storage locker in Guantanamo Bay, the fantasy football world has to slot, rank and file the rookies of 2009 based on their expected fantasy impact. But when it comes to…… Continue reading How good will Pat White be?
We started our dynasty talk with a look at the quarterbacks on benches you may have forgotten as the NFL draft approaches, but now it’s time to refresh your memory about a few receivers that could be valuable for keeper leagues and dynasty leagues. Some even have a shot at fantasy stardom in 2009. Demetrius…… Continue reading Six Well-Received Dynasty Wide Receivers for 2009 Sleepers and Keepers
As the NFL draft approaches, we all get a little antsy for football season to start. We start salivating over the latest and greatest rookie talent and their the flashy 40-yard dash times, and we forget about all the players from last year’s draft, the ones we talked up to our buddies every Saturday watching…… Continue reading A Six-pack of Quarterbacks to Remember in 2009 for Dynasty Teams, Keepers and Sleepers
Let’s not get crazy here. Just because Marvin Harrison does something, that doesn’t mean all the old, aging receivers in the league have to do it. But no one told that to Laveranues Coles. Coles is so confident that he can get a long-term deal in free agency that he was willing to give up…… Continue reading Laveranues Coles copies Harrison, gets released
After a day’s worth of exciting, close games, Sunday is all about defense. The Ravens, Dolphins, Eagles and Vikings have all made a habit of getting after the quarterback and stopping the run. In a playoff setting, I don’t think we see a lot of points today unless the Vikings or Eagles blow it open.…… Continue reading Wild Card Weekend, Part 2: Sunday’s Hot Hands and Cold Shoulders
First of all, why are you guys still having your championship in Week 17? That’s like playing a game of chess for hours only to bring in toddlers to play out the final three moves. Why would you do that? And where did you get chess-playing toddlers? This week, I absolutely love everyone involved with…… Continue reading Week 17 Hot Hands and Cold Shoulders: Championship Edition?