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Early Week 12 projections and player notes
Week 12 projections: QB | RB | WR | TE | FLEX | K | DEF | IDP
Week 12 PPR projections: RB | WR | TE | FLEX
Week 12 matchups: PASS | RUN | WR1 | WR2 | WR3/4 | TE | RB (rec.)

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Fantasy Football 2012: More predictions, some bold

All day I’ve been thinking about writing a predictions column. As I opened Chinstrap Ninjas, I saw that fellow ninja sensei jzak beat me to the punch. He got to the Doug Martin prediction before I did, but for the most part, a lot of my predictions are different from his. I even have one [...]

A look at the 2012 NFL draft with an early mock of the first round

Here is my first mock draft of the year. I won’t project any trades but ill comment on possible trades that may happen in the comments on each pick.

Fantasy football 2011-2012 NFL Playoffs Week 1: Running back rankings with projections (PPR and non-PPR)

Arian Foster, as long as he’s active, is most likely to be the top running back in the NFL this week.

Fantasy football 2011 | Week 15 running back projections (PPR and non-PPR)

Marion Barber and Cedric Benson are in the top 10 of our sleeper-heavy running back projections for Week 15.

Fantasy football deadline trading: Players to target who will energize your team’s stretch run

There’s nothing like the aroma of fresh-baked chocolate chip pumpkin cookies wafting through the air when you’re writing a fantasy football column. You really should try it. The first batch of cookies is almost done. I made them from scratch – myself. And while some may think it a little non-masculine for me to admit [...]

Fantasy football 2011 | Week 9 running back projections (PPR and non-PPR)

These projections are sleeper-heavy. I’ve said it before, but I consider it a pre-emptive strike. Because when you check below and see Michael Bush No. 2 and Chris Ogbannaya in the top 12 you might consider insulting my education level.