Archive: Fantasy

Can I Kick It?: Week 2

11th of September, 2013

Week 1 is in the books and it was a mildly frustrating week for the boys over at Kicker HQ. First, let’s take a look at last week’s picks: Garrett Hartley – 12 points (tied for 4th amongst kickers) Adam Vinatieri – 3 points (tied for 27th amongst kickers) As promised, I want to have […]

Weekly Daily Dose: Week 1

8th of September, 2013

Welcome to the 2013 season! We have finally witnessed football that actually counts. WOOHOO! This will be the first installment of my weekly piece on daily fantasy plays. Yes. Weekly, daily, plays. Weekly picks for the daily fantasy games we love so much. There are plenty of sites to play, FanDuel, Draft Kings, Fan Throwdown, […]

Really Neat or Take a Seat: Week 3

19th of September, 2012

Oh, you didn’t start Sam Bradford last week? And you decided to bench Trent Richardson? Not to fear. This happens every year. The first few weeks of a fantasy football season are the hardest to predict because the league is so fickle. I mean, did you really have Arizona’s defense playing as well as it […]

Late-Round Quarterbacking and Injury-Proneness

16th of September, 2012

Explaining the entire concept of my fantasy football philosophy in a few 140-character tweets just doesn’t work. That’s why I wrote a book. It’s not as though I believe I’ve created something so in depth that it just can’t be comprehended. It’s that, no matter what I say, counterarguments will be made. Especially when these […]

32 Teams in 32 Days: Carolina Panthers

4th of July, 2012

Superman was in Crown Town last year. Cam Newton took the league by storm with his 14 rushing touchdowns in 2011. To put that into perspective, that was the most in the league by any player not named LeSean McCoy. And with Newton’s success came the resurgence of Steve Smith. The outspoken wide receiver came […]

32 Teams in 32 Days: Baltimore Ravens

3rd of July, 2012

They may have been one field goal away from a potential Super Bowl appearance (nice kick, Billy), but there’s no doubt that the 2011 Ravens needed a little help on offense this off-season. Help that they just didn’t get. The Ravens finished 15th in total yards last year in the NFL, and the majority of […]