In the YellowPages, you let your fingers do the walking. When it comes to fantasy football, you can let your chinstrapninjas do the surfing. As the rest of the collective football world slowly wakes up from its Super Bowl stupor and thinks it is safe to turn its attention to college hoops and fantasy baseball, […]
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While we did figure New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees would break a record yesterday, we didn’t quite nail which one. Brees tied the record for completions, hitting on 32 of 39, matching the previous record held by Tom Brady in Super Bowl 38. His 82% completion rate, while ridiculously phenomenal, couldn’t beat Phil Simms‘ […]
The last individual Super Bowl record (the kind that would determine a fantasy outcome, if you will) to be broken or tied was Wes Welker‘s 11-catch performance during Super Bowl XLII. Kurt Warner‘s 377-yard performance last year was good for only second best all-time. He couldn’t top his 414-yard game in Super Bowl XXXIV. The […]
In all of your Super Bowl party prep/pre-game cocktails don’t forget to set your fantasy playoff starting lineup. Who should you start this week? Let’s talk about some likelihoods and some individual offense-vs.-defense matchups that will decide the outcomes:
With the big game comes the big feast tonight, right? Don’t forget to eat breakfast, dude (and dudettes. Thanks for reading!). It’s important to get your metabolism started so it can handle the nachobeerwingburgerfest that we’ll all by pouring down our gullets this afternoon and evening. As you stumble into awakeness with your English muffin […]
As we gear up for Super Bowl XLIV it can’t hurt to reminisce about some of the great moments in the history of the biggest sporting event in America. We only have three Super Bowls to review this time because old XLIV hasn’t quite happened yet. There are still some gret performances to talk about, […]
As we gear up for Super Bowl XLIV it can’t hurt to reminisce about some of the great moments in the history of the biggest sporting event in America. Jerry Rice is back in Super Bowls XXXVII-XL, so is Tom Brady and Terrell Owens makes an appearance. But can any of them crack the top-10?