• Posts Tagged ‘Derrick Mason’

    THERE IS FOOTBALL TONIGHT

    by  • September 9, 2010 • Start or Sit • 0 Comments

    I’VE BEEN TYPING IN ALL CAPS FOR THE LAST 12 HOURS. I CAN’T STOP. TONIGHT IS FOOTBALL. THE NFL IS BACK…BACK, BABY! OH, THERE IS A BUTTON TO TURN THIS OFF? Ahhhh, well, ┬áthat is better. I just thought it was an adrenaline thing. Welcome to Week 1. Tonight, the Saints and the Vikings...

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    Hair Model Mock Draft 2009: Tweaking the System

    by  • July 29, 2009 • Mock Drafts • 9 Comments

    There was actually a mock draft that I participated in last week besides the one that I let the ESPN autodraft bot destroy by filling the bench with quarterbacks. The fine young hair models from Fantasy Football Writers with Hair put together a 10-team, 16-round mock draft with a few of the Fanhouse crew,...

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    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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    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 Free-for-all from Week 9

    by  • November 5, 2008 • Waiver Wire • 1 Comment

    It’s time for change, America. Bring me your injured, your underperforming, your studs gone duds. Together, we can reshape your fantasy team for the future into a team without injustice, without phantom starts (see: Willis McGahee) and without any of Shanahan’s running backs — well, maybe just one. Yes, we can. Yes, we can....

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