Jeff Hart: Tuesday Linkfest for October 11, 2011
By: Jeff Hart | Posted: October 11, 2011
It’s Tuesday and that means coming to terms with another sorry week from your fantasy team. Head on over to the Fantasy Football Geek where their waiver wire suggestions are neatly arranged in a color-coded table. There are plenty of options out there to replace your Redskins RBs or Broncos WRs.
I’m sure a piece of fine calf art like that will make him a popular guy around Folsom. Of course, not everyone is rushing out to have Davis’ face tattooed on their body. Davis arch nemesis Mike Shanahan is likely celebrating the owner’s demise by reminiscing about the time he forced Elvis Grbac to throw a football at Davis’ head. Ah, memories.
In news likely terrifying for Bills fans, there are rumors that Terrell Owens could be headed back to the team after Buffalo lost its #2 WR Donald Jones for an extended period. Really, it’s just conjecture by a lone blogger, so nothing to get freaked out about. In other unsubstantiated Owens rumors – it appears the reality star may have had another unfortunate run-in with prescription painkillers. Maybe a move back to Buffalo is in order – nothing but clean living and Dave & Busters up there.
Interesting read over at Grantland about the CFL QB that, as of yesterday, is the leading passer in the history of professional football. I expect sales of Montreal Alouettes jerseys will spike accordingly.
After five weeks, it’s a good time to take a look at how the Super Bowl odds have changed. For instance, the Eagles have gone from 6-1 odds to 33-1. And did anyone expect the Lions (9.5-1) would have better odds than the Steelers (14-1) at this point? Anyone want to jump on the 150-1 Broncos now that Tebow is the starter? I sort of do.
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