What’s up world?
Looks like everyone still has a bit of ‘Ochocinco: Ultimate Catch’ fever (and who could blame you?), so I figured we’d take a look at episode 3 together. Sorry about the delay, this is actually the sixth draft I’ve produced, but Lebron James’ boys didn’t find those other ones acceptable. So, uh, let’s hit the music. (more…)
There is a common belief among Fantasy Football Players the Wide Receivers “break out” in their 3rd year in the league. This is true, but a more significant performance boost may come in their second year. (more…)
I will post our “Top 20″ player rankings and our “Top Movers” from our Top 200 page once a week. Here it is for the week of 6/26 :
Originally, the idea behind creating tiers was to spend the day mock-drafting, hoping to take a look at the best way to draft, as well as drop a few jokes, and mock other people who are mock drafting. Unfortunately, CBSsportsline and my computer were a little out of touch, out of time today. Still hope to do the column, but I’ll leave you with a few observations I had while creating my tier lists.
So you know how every once in a while an idea pops up that’s so simple and brilliant, you think to yourself “How in the HEEEEEEEELL didn’t I think of that?” (I’m assuming that you use street lingo, even internally):
Allow me to introduce you to Ochocinco: The Ultimate Catch , a reality show where women skanks compete for the affection of Chad Ochocinco. (more…)
Tier 1. When it comes to Brady or Manning, you’re not really going wrong. It’s like choosing between Shark Bites and Gushers. Manning had a better year last season, no doubt. But not by all that much (100 yards, 5 td’s, and had 3 more int’s). So then I take a look on reasons why each could improve upon those numbers. Manning could see a big jump up in Collier and Garcon’s production with another season to learn the playbook/his intricate audible system, I think Brady’s got more room for improvement on the season. Grawnkowski SHOULD give the Patriots their first great pass-catching tight end of the Brady era, and I think it’s something that’s really overlooked. When the Pats were doing their thang, play action to the tight end on the goal line was such a HUGE part of their red-zone offense. I think over the course of his career, New England kept losing confidence in Ben Watson and their ability to put TD’s on the board REALLY suffered. (more…)