We’re working on a cool new project and we need help from the Ninja Army. In the comments, please post the favorite fantasy team name you’ve ever used and the favorite one you’ve ever seen used by an opponent. If you remember, please specify if the name was used in a fantasy baseball or a [...]
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Early boom or bust Week 16 projections
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This community rocks so hard that we couldn’t turn our amps up to 11. We’d have to find one that goes to 111. You guys are so awesome that we have to invent a new scale to measure your awesome. And that new scale needs a new word. My vote goes to Ultramegatacular.
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Want to dominate your fantasy baseball draft? Be more like Tiger Woods. And no, that doesn’t mean you should run around with your neighbor’s wife. Have you ever watched Tiger Woods play golf? Studied his swing, his follow-through, his reaction to a shot? There is a lot to be learned from his demeanor … lessons [...]
Perhaps it is cabin fever or just needing to get excited about something this spring, but have you checked out Atlanta Braves rookie outfielder Jason Heyward? The dude is 6-foot-4, 220 pounds and can mutilate a baseball better than OreIda can mash a potato. Not impressed? Check this out:
Think sliced bread, indoor plumbing and Chia Pets are special? You ain’t seen nothing yet. We’re on the verge of experiencing something truly amazing in 2010 and beyond. There’s a new stable of able running backs in the NFL, and you can thank an opportunistic bunch of rookie 2009 backs for giving us what will be quite a [...]