http://youtu.be/F1fD-Tuqncs Keepers gets the lead off. Reuben Randle is looking like a weekly flex play with the amount of targets he’s getting in the Giants passing game. Sad face for the rec to sit Greg Olsen after he finally got in the end zone Thursday night. Is it bad that I’m starting to come back…… Continue reading Week 8 Starts and Sits: All of the byes! All of them!
Yes, yes. We never got to pickups this week. But if it’s any consolation, we didn’t have much to work with. Danny Woodhead is stashed in many a league and has been mentioned previously. Rashad Jennings isn’t exactly exciting. Zac Stacy makes for a sneaky play or stash this week as he could potentially get…… Continue reading Week 5 Starts and Sneaky Pickups
In Week 12, we find ourselves with a good supply of new faces. Injuries to LeSean McCoy, Willis McGahee, and Rob Gronkowski have not only opened doors but will also be sending several fantasy owners in every league scrounging to the wire. So be prepared for some competition. I won’t break down the FAAB bids…… Continue reading Here’s Ronnie: Week 12 Pickups and Jaguars
It’s horrible to watch your stud running back go down with an injury. It’s especially horrible when you don’t own his backup. But it’s incredibly joyful for all of us surfing the waiver wire. After DeMarco Murray went down last week and opened the door for two potential running back pickups Felix Jones and Phillip…… Continue reading Rashad Jennings is the new MJD in Week 8 Pickups
There’s nothing wrong with having the heart of a champion, but we should make a rule that no one should hold a Segway parade. You gotta at least make a float, right?
If you lost Jamaal Charles on Sunday, you don’t have a lot of options. He was your first round pick, and unless you play in a very small league, it’s unlikely you have someone else of Charles’ caliber on your roster to pick up the slack. You also aren’t going to find many first-round quality…… Continue reading Jamaal Charles owners: How to replace your stud running back
Last week’s top scores featured some pretty normal names. I thought this feature might be getting boring…so, of course, this week was full of surprises. Arian Foster, RB, Texans: 131 rushing yards, 1 TD and 3 catches for 56 yards, 1 TD Yeah…that guy again. Foster was benched for the entire first quarter for missing…… Continue reading Believe it or not: T.O., L.T. not done yet, Arian Foster only needs three quarters, and more Week 4 top scores
In less than 48 hours, real, NFL football returns. Oh, how I have missed you. I’m sure that you have your fantasy football team in tip-top shape, ready to go for the season, but before you call it the total package, I have some names for your watch list. I’m doing this in place of…… Continue reading Don’t sleep on Huggy, 7 more sleepers
When it comes to fantasy football draft strategy, I’ve tried almost everything. RB-RB? Of course. Draft a quarterback in the first round? Sure. WR-WR? Most definitely. But all this trial and error has paid off. After hammering out what I think is my best strategy to date last season in the “cutting out the middle…… Continue reading How to Win Your Fantasy Football League on Draft Day – vers. 2010
ESPN reports this morning that Brett Favre plans to retire rather than rejoin the Minnesota Vikings. He managed to keep the Vikings on the hook until training camp before finally dropping the hammer. What a team player. IF and when Brett Favre actually takes the stage and says…for the third time…that he plans to retire,…… Continue reading Brett Favre Retires: What It Means for the Vikings’ Fantasy Values