Obviously, things change in fantasy football. There’s no Tom Brady, and therefore, no Randy Moss. Offenses in Seattle, Cincinnati and Cleveland are in shambles. Jacksonville keeps turning it over, and the Denver Broncos might have the most explosive offense of 2008. Shanny, we knew you had it in you. I won’t even say that I…… Continue reading Week 3 Hot Hands and Cold Shoulders
Don’t get all reactionary when you are setting your lineups this week. If your stud disappointed in his first showing — and there is no evidence supporting his failure, i.e. horrible line in Jacksonville and St. Louis — just forget Week 1 happened. This week, we’ll move into more of a Q&A mode with the…… Continue reading Week 2 Hot Hands and Cold Shoulders
A disastrous and tragic Week 1 has left plenty of teams hurting for new talent. Was there a group shot on the cover of Madden this year? Since Week 1 is always the best time to grab the waiver wire studs AND since this week was full of injuries and failures, this week’s waiver wire…… Continue reading On the Wire: Waiver Wire Saviors from Week 1
Q&A QB is a head-smacking, hard-hitting, name-taking question and answer series where Jacob assists readers and his Twitter followers in perfecting their draft strategy and winning their league. If you’d like to be featured in a future Q&A QB post, send Jacob an email or tweet him (whatever that means). QUESTION: What are your thoughts…… Continue reading Q&A QB: Which Rookie Running Backs Are Worth Drafting?
My first draft of this article was just “AVOID THE HOUSTON RUNNING BACKS AT ALL COSTS. The end.” While contemplating whether to put that in bold or change the text to some nice shade of red, I realized my very intelligent warning doesn’t help you much. Many people, through bad luck, absent-mindedness or sadistic desires,…… Continue reading How to Draft (or Not Draft) the Houston Texans Running Backs
Everyone took pity on quarterbacks this week. Atlanta saw fit to bring back Joey Harrington after releasing him–even though we all know they will probably pick a QB up in the draft *cough* Matt Ryan *cough*. The Rams chose Trent Green to be the back up to Marc Bulger, but is it good practice to…… Continue reading Off-season Update: Running backs take focus this week, QBs and WRs stink it up [NFL News]