• Posts Tagged ‘2008 draft’

    My Office League 2008: A Real Draft in Review

    by  • August 3, 2009 • Mock Drafts • 6 Comments

    I’ve been mock drafting and really drafting for a few weeks now, but it’s hard to judge a draft when the season still hasn’t even started. For some added perspective and lessons learned, I took a look back at the team I managed last year in my office fantasy football league — one of...

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    And so 2008 begins…

    by  • September 4, 2008 • Culture, News • 4 Comments

    Fantasy football season is upon us! *The people rejoice*   *Crowds cheer and applause*   *Small baby thrown in air* Someone catch that baby! *Baby caught inside beer* YES! The defending Super Bowl Champions, the New York Giants, face off against the Washington Redskins tonight. What will the lesser Manning of the mighty Mannings...

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    Fantasy Football Fools is Paying the Fan

    by  • August 29, 2008 • Site News • 3 Comments

    UPDATE: Contest tweet going out at 2 p.m. (Central) on Tuesday, Sept. 2. Follow me now! Think you’re ready to step your fantasy football game up to the next level? Want to try to best the Fools in a friendly fantasy football competition? Do you REALLY think you’re smarter than a fifth grader? Well, I...

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    You want to hang your draft board where exactly?

    by  • August 8, 2008 • Culture • 1 Comment

    I did a guest post for The Hazean yesterday covering how to choose the right environment for your fantasy football draft. Read all about the pros and cons of each location at The Hazean.

    Fantasy football drafts are a sacred thing, so you should always be mindful to have them on hallowed ground. With the right environment, you can establish the perfect balance of order and all out mayhem for your draft and league—assuring your name will go down in fantasy football history.

    I somehow managed to reference both hookers and midgets in the same post without talking about midget hookers. I don’t know how I do it. It just comes off these fingers and onto the computer screen.