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Chinstrap Ninjas 2012 Fantasy Football Contest Week 4 results: rodneykster, 69ers victorious in Week 4

After four weeks, averages in the NFL are supposed to start resembling what we can expect for the rest of the year. Week 5 is when a lot of sites release their initial rest of the way rankings and it’s when projections start to become more reliable. All things are going as expected, too. Brian [...]

2012 Pre-Training Camp AFC East Preview

This marks the start of the pre-training camp divisional previews. First I will start off with the AFC East:

Fantasy football 2011 | Chinstrap Ninjas fantasy football contest Week 8 results, Week 9 lineups

The much-delayed contest for Week 9 has finally arrived. We’ve scored 324 points here at the midway point of the 2011 season. This week we crown a new monthly champion and another player jumped into the 30-point club, giving us five teams all within 10 points of the overall lead. As always, read on for [...]

Fantasy football 2011 | Fantasy notes: What we learned in Week 8

Notes are back with a furious vengeance this week. Until things slow down on the work end these may have to wait until Tuesdays and the contest will have to wait until Wednesday. No need for a lengthy intro, let’s get to the notes.

Fantasy football 2011 | Week 5 tight end projections (PPR and non-PPR)

Tony Gonzalez No. 1 and Jimmy Graham No. 3? Yeah, even I don’t always agree with how these things turn out. But I can see why the projections turned out the way they did. Gonzalez is getting into the end zone with ridiculous frequency in 2011. The Packers secondary has been dumped on by opposing [...]

2011 Fantasy Football Week 5: Favorable Matchups Based on Fantasy Points Against

Last year yours truly was one of the first in the industry to provide you with weekly fantasy points against stats so that you could be more informed on start/sit decisions.  Now that everyone has caught onto that bandwagon, I intend on leaving them to do the hard leg work in producing the raw data. [...]