Just back from lunch, huh? But you’re not quite ready to squander more of your existence typing alt+tab or clicking the “Get Mail” button in outlook, are you?
Maybe you need some brain exercises before that scintillating budget meeting in a half hour? … Or before you Alt-Tab to Outlook to get more acquainted with that “Get Mail” button?
Relax. We’ll get through this Monday together thanks to some awesome fantasy baseball and football links. They’ll make you smarter fantasy players and daydreaming about them will get you to that 3/4/5 p.m. holy grail of a clockout time, dude.
Not all of these links went live yesterday, some you may already have read, but these are some of the best articles I’ve seen recently:
Fantasy Football Today posted what is by far one of the best articles I’ve read in a while. It’s about the efficiency of procrastination when prepping for fantasy football. If you click one link, make it this one.
Razzball football’s fearless leader Doc, completed his early Top 50. Links to the other top players, in multiples of 10, are available at the top of the final list.
The folks over at NFL.com’s fantasy channel are calling Vincent Jackson a risk/reward player because of his contract dispute.
Fantasy Draft Master unveiled their list of players to avoid… even if they helped you last year. The list is broken down into three levels of bust. Check it out.
Of course, the Chinstrap Ninjas have been trickling out fantasy football content. As the fantasy football storm continues its approach, that trickle will become a stream, a river and then a tidal wave. Get your ponchos and lifeboats out, ninjas.
Fantasy Fanhouse takes a look at The Rookie Monsters in fantasy baseball this season in one of their Yard Work articles. The article is a complimentary side dish to our look at fantasy baseball rookies from last week.
It’s time once again for Razzball Baseball’s Buy-Sell list. The always entertaining intro features Jorge de la Rosa — George of the Roses, as Grey often refers to him.
Mix that with jzak’s buy-low extravaganza, and his ode to Jim Cramer, from Sunday and you trade-aholics should have plenty to work with.
Agree or disagree with ESPN’s Matthew Berry, he isn’t afraid to write what he thinks about players and reality in general. His articles are usually worth a read, even if you disagree with some of his advice. This week he launched a 10 guys to stick with post.
Fantasy Ball Junkie hitched their horse in front of the Trading Post and told you how to catch up in ERA in fantasy baseball.
Don’t forget to check out and comment on Arkham’s second Chinstrap Ninjas article, where he compares picking Stephen Strasburg in a fantasy draft when the pitcher was still a junior at San Diego State to a memory of Mike Tyson.