Compared to quarterback or receiver this year, the running back position is about as thick as a one-ply piece of industrial-grade toilet paper. And that is being generous. This is the age of the running back by committee. Teams don’t feel the need to invest super heavily in an elite back and ride him as […]
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This marks the start of the pre-training camp divisional previews. First I will start off with the AFC East:
I hope those of you in the playoffs had better a better week than me. I lost all three playoff games. Despite my bad luck I’d bet a lot of people racked up some points. This was a crazy week for fantasy football fans. Five quarterbacks scored at least 24.88 points. Nine running backs scored at […]
Ninjas, thanks for the concern and the compliments last week. It is appreciated. We had a low turnout last week, I didn’t post a lineup myself, but half of the teams in our contest scored points and a couple others narrowly missed some tough-luck love. As usual, read on to see what happened in the […]
These running back projections aren’t as sleeper-heavy as some we’ve done, but there are some notable differences between our rankings and those of the other prognosticators out there. Our DeMarco Murray projections is really low this week. We like Murray, it’s just that the numbers point to a little lower than normal output, especially with […]
There’s not quite as much to talk about during this week’s Thursday night game, but there are a couple absurd matchups that are worth discussing. And, of course, there are a few injuries to discuss too.
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.