Tiering your cheatsheet is, in my opinion, the most critical of all draft day preparations you can make before your fantasy football season. Sure, you can read injury reports all day long. That helps. No one wants to draft a guy on IR. But the real edge to draft a better team than the other obsessive…… Continue reading How to Tier Your Player Rankings for a Fantasy Football Draft Day Cheatsheet
Going up against the Pittsburgh Steelers’ defense is a tough task for any quarterback, but when you draw that challenge as the quarterback of the Cleveland Browns…and as your first NFL start…well, that’s nearly impossible. As such, ESPN has their doubts about Colt McCoy this week, not that you were thinking about starting him. With…… Continue reading A promising beginning for Colt McCoy? ESPN doesn’t think so.
Sports Data Hub recently investigated the usefulness [SDH no longer has this online] of Vince Young for the rest of the season, but that analysis was optimistically given before his come-from-behind fourth-quarter drive for the win against the Cardinals. Those last-second heroics capped off a fantasy day that had him throwing for almost 400 yards. http://youtu.be/NUU6YSgNMT0…… Continue reading Vince Young: Playoff Pickup or Passable Projections?
Is Matt Ryan really all he’s cracked up to be this season? I wasn’t much of a believer in the 2008 class of NFL quarterbacks. I even doubted that Matt Ryan would make it off the board among the top five picks, but I am sure the Falcons are glad they didn’t feel the same…… Continue reading Taking the Next Step: Matt Ryan Projections for 2009
Brett Favre isn’t going to save the Purple People Eaters and their Purple Jesus. So what? Favre wasn’t going to have a large fantasy impact on the team this season anyway. To prove my point, let’s take a look at all the purple players affected in this one. Adrian Peterson, RB Well, it would have…… Continue reading Brett Favre stays retired: What Good are Favre-less Vikings