• Posts Tagged ‘Nate Washington’

    Week 5 Hot Hands and Cold Shoulders: Pretty please, Braylon. Pretty Please.

    by  • October 9, 2009 • Start or Sit • 3 Comments

    I watched the UFL game last night, and it wasn’t even like the accidentally-left-it-on-that-channel kind of watch. I actually watched it. It was far more interesting than watching Missouri spank Nebraska in the rain. J.P. Losman led the Las Vegas Locomotives, an engine of destruction, I’m told, to a come-from-behind victory against the California...

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    10 Foolish Thoughts on Super Bowl XLIII

    by  • February 11, 2009 • Culture, News • 0 Comments

    I had to wait until after the Pro Bowl to gather my thoughts about this year’s Super Bowl. Even though the Pro Bowl is full of overhyped drama and hated by many NFL fans, I love it. Outside of a video game, the Pro Bowl is the closest thing to two fantasy teams playing against...

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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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    On the Wire: Waiver Wire Grabs from Week 5

    by  • October 7, 2008 • Waiver Wire • 4 Comments

    In 2006, I drafted Clinton Portis as my lead running back. I don’t even remember who my second running back was, but, in the late rounds, I picked myself up a rookie with too many names, Maurice Jones-Drew. When Jones-Drew blew up with his big rookie season (1300+ yards and 15 TDs), I thought...

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