• Posts Tagged ‘draft prep’

    Brandon Lloyd, Fred Davis, and The 2012 Quarterback Craze

    by  • September 4, 2012 • Draft Strategy • 0 Comments

    I’m late to the party, but Lance Zierlein of The Sideline View hosted this Google+ Hangout with two of the great minds in fantasy football, Sigmund Bloom and Matt Waldman, to discuss the most overrated and underrated players as we close out the 2012 fantasy football draft season.

    Their conversation touches on early hype for quarterbacks this season, Dallas Cowboys concerns, and why you should avoid taking wide receivers in the first two rounds. I also like what Zierlein, Waldman, and Bloom say about Brandon Lloyd as they break down the Patriots 2012 offense considering Lloyd was one of my big targets this year.

    If you still have any drafts, there are a few strategy points made throughout this video, including drafting based on how you value a player rather than consensus value, which is something you have to learn if you want to get the guys you really like on your roster. It’s lengthy but worth the watch as you prepare for your final drafts or evaluate your roster for the season ahead.

    Why I Would Draft Jimmy Graham Over Rob Gronkowski

    by  • July 21, 2012 • Draft Strategy • 2 Comments

    Those of you who follow me on Twitter have probably seen my running commentary on all of the ESPN Fantasy Football Roundtable discussions. Many of ESPN’s Roundtables are pretty straightforward and were easy to discuss in just the 140 characters that Twitter allows, but a few are worthy of meatier discussion. That’s what I’d like...

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    Ted Ginn: This is why you can’t have nice things

    by  • November 25, 2009 • Tips & Strategy, Waiver Wire • 2 Comments

    As if you needed a two-minute explanation of why you should never trust Ted Ginn Jr. as a fantasy football wideout, here you are. Please cover the eyes of any young children in the room.

    via Pro Football Talk

    Yeah, it’s really that bad. Do not draft, people. Do not draft. Ginn’s own hands are not to be trusted, and he might even look to do away with them, as we’ve mentioned previously.