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Week 2 trade stock report … 15 players you need to be watching

They say time goes faster as you get older, and as my beard continues to gray much more than I’d like to admit — I’d have to agree. It seems like just yesterday that my children were so little — now they’re maturing into the preteen realm and I’m left to wonder where the time [...]

2014 fantasy football | Final wide receiver PPR projections for Week 1

As uneasy as I feel about my running back projections, it’s probably tenfold for the wide receivers. Wide receiver is the most volatile position in fantasy football. I’m guessing when it comes to determining workload in a lot of these cases.

2014 fantasy football | Final wide receiver projections for Week 1

As uneasy as I feel about my running back projections, it’s probably tenfold for the wide receivers. Wide receiver is the most volatile position in fantasy football. I’m guessing when it comes to determining workload in a lot of these cases.

Fantasy football 2012: Time to make some bold predictions

Finally, it is the time of year where we can tap our inner Star Trek. The season is so close, you can smell it like a finely grilled brat at a tailgating party. The rankings are done, many of our respective fantasy teams are drafted and we can continue an annual tradition here at Chinstrap [...]

Fantasy football 2012: Redraft receiver rankings … the top 35

There are some things in life that are just downright unpleasant – things like the sound of a dentist’s drill, stomaching Aunt Bertha’s holiday fruit cake and watching the same Doodlebops episode 10 times in the same week. Add ranking the 2012 crop of fantasy football receivers to that list. The field is just so [...]

Fantasy football offseason: Where Peyton Manning may go, and the value ripple effect

I was seven when I first threw a rock into a still pond and noticed the concentric circles rippling out from where the rock hit the reflective glass-like surface of the water. And of course, the bigger the rock, the larger the ripples. Throw in two rocks, and the wake from the larger one would [...]