Often, in fantasy football, we get a lot of noise and chatter in the ether. Twitter has made it easy to get our news, opinions, frustrations, and whatever else out into the ether extremely easy. Often, what you will see on Twitter is a runaway train of news, ideas, or narratives. That is, people get [...]Read more →
There are instances, like last week, where you take huge gambles with your fantasy football team. When a tiebreaker comes down to total points scored, and you’re a significant number of points behind your biggest competition, you need big play performers to take you over the edge. And if you’ve gotten over the hump and [...]Read more →
You’ve developed a relationship with plenty of NFL players over the years through fantasy football. Deny it all you want, but I can guarantee you there’s someone on your team, right now, that you’d take a bullet for. You drafted Jamaal Charles in 2009. And since then, you’ve had dinners together, saw a couple of [...]Read more →
Well then. With all of that crazy election stuff behind us, who else is ready to just get back to normal life as we know it? Enough with the political arguments on TV, Facebook and Twitter. I’m ready for Twitter arguments to be based on football again rather than ridiculous political issues. With that, I [...]Read more →
Every Autumn Sunday is a roller coaster. You strap in (on your couch), slowly ascend up the opening hill (watch pre-game shows and go on Twitter for start/sit opinions) and then once you hit the apex of the hill (1:00PM EST), you start. It’s go time. If you follow me on Twitter, you know I [...]Read more →
Perception: How you see something given the available information. It’s probably the single most important word in talks of trades and “buy low” , “sell high” type guys. It’s amazing how our perception of a player can change on a weekly basis. I wrote about perception and overreaction over at MrFantasyFreak.com, but I’ll build on [...]Read more →
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