• Posts Tagged ‘David Garrard’

    Foolish Thoughts on Week 13: Tell me when it’s over

    by  • December 4, 2008 • Culture, News • 0 Comments

    What was happened to the NFL this weekend? After the miserable Tennessee Titans clobbering of the Detroit Lions and the Dallas Cowboys butchering of the Seattle Seahawks, I thought at leas the Thursday Night Football matchup of the Philadelphia Eagles and the Arizona Cardinals might be mildly interesting. Of course, I thought it would...

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    Week 13 Hot Hands and Cold Shoulders

    by  • November 30, 2008 • Start or Sit • 0 Comments

    A lot of the action already went down on Thursday, but there are still a few sneaky starts and player concerns this week. Here are a few players that might help or hurt you in staking your claim for a playoff spot on this fine Sunday. Hot Hands Chad Pennington, QB Dolphins vs. Rams...

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    Week 11 Hot Hands and Cold Shoulders

    by  • November 14, 2008 • Start or Sit • 0 Comments

    I didn’t rush to publish the starts and sits before Thursday Night Football because I wasn’t planning on mentioning any of Jets or Patriots this week. It’s times like these that you should follow me on twitter for any news updates or sit/start recommendations you might need. Last night, I expected a defensive slugfest...

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    Week 10 Hot Hands and Cold Shoulders

    by  • November 6, 2008 • Start or Sit • 2 Comments

    The triumphant return of Thursday Night Football! I always thought the Thursday night games were stretching it. We already have college games on Tuesday and Thursday if you are really feigning — granted they aren’t the most interesting games, but there is a football on a green field with guys in helmets going after...

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    On the Wire: Waiver Wire Winnings from Week 8

    by  • October 29, 2008 • Waiver Wire • 1 Comment

    There have been many injuries this season in the NFL. Unfortunately, that’s not really anything new to this sport. Some fans might call for increased player protection, more fines or more pads, but it’s hard to see that making any difference. In truth, the waiver wire in fantasy football exists as a result of...

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    Foolish Thoughts on Week 8: Deconstructing the Colts, 49ers

    by  • October 27, 2008 • Culture, News • 0 Comments

    Foolish Thoughts is the weekly column of Jacob Sloan, Fantasy Football Fools’ editor-in-chief, that recaps significant news, notes and performances from the weekend of fantasy football and what it all means for fantasy owners. Foolish Thoughts goes live on Tuesdays at FantasyFootballFools.com and is now available with half the fat. Peyton Manning has lost...

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    Week 8 Hot Hands and Cold Shoulders

    by  • October 23, 2008 • Start or Sit • 0 Comments

    There’s a lot of hotness this week, and many players not on a bye might have their best performance of the season for you. My favorite starts are Willis McGahee against Oakland and Chris Johnson against the Colts but even Cedric Benson might break 100 yards this week. Cedric Benson — let that sink...

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    Foolish Thoughts on Week 6: Last-second nonsense

    by  • October 14, 2008 • Culture, News • 1 Comment

    Who is the better Manning now? I think Peyton Manning put ex-lax in his brother’s Gatorade this week. It was time to shut up the critics. Peyton gets three touchdowns; Eli gets three picks. At least in fantasy, it looks like Peyton may have reclaimed his top spot on the Manning mantel for now....

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    Week 6 Hot Hands and Cold Shoulders

    by  • October 10, 2008 • Start or Sit • 0 Comments

    It’s about time some of the fantasy studs broke out this year. This week has some matchups to watch. If you ‘bought low’ on guys like Ryan Grant and Maurice Jones-Drew, picked up Deuce McAllister or drafted Bernard Berrian for depth, this week should show you what they’re worth. For those of you who...

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