Fantasy

Updated: 8/31/2010 1)      Drew Brees 2)      Aaron Rodgers 3)      Tom Brady 4)      Peyton Manning 5)      Tony Romo 6)      Phillip Rivers 7)      Matt Schaub 8)      Brett Favre 9)      Joe Flacco 10)   Matt Ryan 11)   Kevin Kolb 12)   Donovan McNabb 13)   El...

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Updated: 9/2/2010 1)      Andre Johnson, Texans – No debate 2)      Randy Moss, Patriots – Pats say it’s his best training camp yet.  Looking for one last monster contract 3)      Reggie Wayne,  Colts 4)      Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals – Fitzgerald still has #1 talent. Better off with Anderson at the helm. 5...

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So you’re sitting pretty with the 9th pick in your draft and you want to nab an elite quarterback.  The clear, and ridiculously enticing options this year are Aaron Rodgers and Michael Vick. But look at ten different draft boards and you’re likely to get five listing Rodgers as the top quarterback and five touting Vick.  It’s like cho...

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As the world’s best Brickbreaker player, I can tell you that being number one at something is generally awesome.  Usually this also holds true for nabbing the number one spot in your fantasy football draft as well.  (Especially after all the two-a-days you’ve put in).  Most seasons, the number one choice is clear.  LaDanian Tomlinson, Adrian Pet...

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Forget IDP, PPR, and keepers.  The hottest thing in fantasy these days are auction leagues. Since I’m behind the times and have never partaken in auctions (beyond eBay), I enlisted the help of a man of an auction league expert, Paul Charchian.  Charchian is the President of the and runs, , a ni...

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As I mentioned earlier this week in a , your fantasy team name is of utmost importance.    For newbies to fantasy, this is especially critical for instant credibility and even a bit of an intimidation factor.  My 60-year mother is debuting Hard Knockers for her rookie season, a little creepy coming from my mom, but a pretty solid fantasy name from a...

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Updated:  9-2-2011 Your draft/s may be complete, but there are still a multitude of drafts on the 6th (my personal favorite day for drafting), and some scattered over Labor Day weekend.   Here are my latest, and likely last, running back rankings.  This list is guided by stats, observations, and some good ole fashioned hunches.  I do ...

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Updated: 9-3-2011 Quarterback fantasyland is set up to be full of scoring treats this season.  That’s because the NFL’s most electrifying player (by a mile, in my opinion) is a quarterback, and there are several veterans manning high-scoring passing factories.  With so much depth, your team’s leading scorer could easily be any of the top ten ...

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Updated: 9-6-2011 NFL tight ends confuse me.  Sometimes I think there’s a ton of depth because there are so many plays designed for the position across the board these days.  On the other hand, I think there are only a handful of guys that are be real superstars in this league. This season is really up in the air with so many moving buttocks. ...

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Updated: 9-5-2011 Draft season is just about over.  But if your draft is still to come, you’re in luck.  With the news of Peyton Manning’s doubtful status this week (and possibly beyond), you get to make better draft decisions that actually correlate with the current NFL landscape.  Let me scream it for the millionth time: DO NOT buy fantasy f...

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