• Posts Tagged ‘defense’

    Random ESPN Mock Draft: Results May Vary

    by  • July 23, 2009 • Mock Drafts • 5 Comments

    Last week, in the process of participating in a mock draft with several other fantasy football writers from the Interwebs, I got stuck inside of a random ESPN draft outside of the one we were using for the official mock draft. After the first couple of picks, which I made as quick reactions since...

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    Playoff Tips: Play the Match Ups

    by  • December 13, 2007 • Tips & Strategy • 0 Comments

    One of the biggest tricks to playoffs is being smart about match ups. Watch the trends on what kind of scoring opposing defenses are giving up, and don’t be afraid to bench a stud if he is destined for failure. Even the greatest players have rough weeks and substituting a nobody could save you...

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    Prepping your defense for the fantasy playoffs

    by  • November 22, 2007 • Waiver Wire • 0 Comments

    I am featuring The 5 Minute Drill once again this week just in case you missed last week’s posting and because they have some good advice for defenses down the stretch and in the playoffs. Pick up Tampa Bay or Arizona if you defense is putting up something close to Bengals numbers–and punch yourself...

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    Defensive Measures: Defenses Ranked

    by  • November 18, 2007 • Culture • 0 Comments

    If you are trying to decide your match ups, it is always a good idea to consider the strength of the defense you are facing–especially in your stud’s category. Check out the rankings and stats of defenses from around the league. It will tell you one thing straight up: Don’t play your studs against...

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