It’s Monday, You’ve just stumbled into work. There’s no way you’re ready to do actual work, so instead you decide to surf the Web.
Sound familiar? Thought so. Luckily, you and I are having this conversation because if you want to waste a few minutes — an hour if the boss comes in a little later than you — we’ve got some things to read from some great Web sites out there.
Pop the top on your energy drink/coffee and start clicking:
Fantasy Juice has my favorite link of the week by far. Expect us to expand on the concept a little here at Chinstrap Ninjas in the future, but be sure to go there now and check out their First Round Draft Pairs: Compliment your first-round pick.
Imaginary Diamond takes a moment to discuss picking between two potential dynasty stars for years to come in their Gordon Beckham vs. Andrew McCutchen post.
With a slant toward you auction folks, Advanced Fantasy Baseball gives you five tips for keeper leaguers. I like No. 3 — cheap does not equal keeper — and especially No. 5 — this season, not the future, is most important.
There’s a new center field crop in fantasy baseball this season, Beyond the Boxscore discusses Drew Stubbs, Cameron Maybin, Austin Jackson and Julio Borbon.
Zombies are everywhere, including in your fantasy baseball. Rotographs takes a look at the dead — like Ken Griffey Jr. and Jason Kendall — who walk among us.
Not sure if this was linked to here yet, but Project Prospect has your top 100 prospects for 2010.
I had at least one person really ticked off last year when I wrote how Jose Reyes could be the No. 1 pick and about how his elite speed and 15-homer potential was completely undervalued by all those lovers of the steroid freaks out there. Reyes was a bust, but I have hope he’ll make good this year. But, let’s all remember that it’s the post-steroid era folks, and Fake Teams agrees that dumping power can be a winning strategy in 2010.
Not a super huge fan of the next whoever posts, but FanHouse has an interesting one: The next Ryan Grant. It’s not often the Tyrell Suttons and Khalil Bells of the fantasy football world get some love.
If you play fantasy football, you probably love the running backs. Razzball offers some dynasty rankings for 2010.
Who was rocking the 40 times at the NFL Scouting Combine on Sunday? The Sporting News says it was Jahvid Best, Jacoby Ford and Golden Tate.
Terrell Owens is not going to be back in Buffalo, at least that’s what everybody is saying. Shutdown Corner asks, “Where will T.O. go?”
Everybody, if you haven’t, please welcome Consigliere, who makes his entrance by giving you 10 players to target in your fantasy football dynasty league.
Jay-Mo provided a guide for watching the NFL Scouting Combine. The most important day of the event is over. However, the guide is still useful for when you read all the expert analysis.
Hey, got any good links or sites you want us to link to? E-mail me at ep(at)chinstrapninjas(dot)com.