• Posts Tagged ‘LaDainian Tomlinson’

    Week 8 Hot Hands and Cold Shoulders: L.T. is a zombie

    by  • October 30, 2009 • Start or Sit • 0 Comments

    At some point, we have to stop framing recommendations to start LaDainian Tomlinson with stats from his past performances. “For his career, L.T. averages 100+ yards and bazillion touchdowns against (fill in the blank).” No crap. L.T. was a dominant fantasy force up until last season, but how much suck did L.T. average just...

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    Shameless Plugging: Keeper no more?

    by  • October 19, 2009 • Draft Strategy, Site News • 1 Comment

    In the most recent Fourth & 1 fantasy football roundtable debate, we tackle what players have lost the most keeper value this season besides LaDainian Tomlinson. I chose to single out Darren McFadden. Despite the Oakland Raiders’ miraculous victory over the Philadelphia Eagles, who really beat themselves in this weekend’s upset, McFadden is on...

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    Foolish Thoughts: Wherefore art thou Patriots?

    by  • September 21, 2009 • Culture, News • 2 Comments

    These Patriots are clearly not the same team that we expected to see back on the field with Brady’s return. When New England traded Richard Seymour to the Oakland Raiders, it proved one thing: Bill Belichick will do anything for a first round draft pick. Draft picks are like crack to him. Belichick cannot...

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    A Fool and His Money – Week 2

    by  • September 20, 2009 • Best Bets • 6 Comments

    Editor’s Note: Yes, we’re a little late with this one, and yes, it’s probably better if you don’t listen to Nick’s picks anyway. We’ll post them now just so we can still hold him accountable for his mistakes. Texans (+7) over TITANS I want to choose the Titans in this one, but for some...

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    A Fool and His Money – Week 1

    by  • September 12, 2009 • Best Bets • 3 Comments

    Week 1 is my favorite week to make bets. You get to trust your gut more than any other week of the season, and you feel extremely smug when your predictions come true. But the first games are also full of questions. Which teams developed chemistry over the offseason? Who will exceed expectations, and...

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