• Posts Tagged ‘Owen Daniels’

    Week 6 Pickups: Are you Keenan on these Chargers?

    by  • October 9, 2013 • Waiver Wire • 3 Comments

    Forgive me for the punny title. I didn’t get a lot of sleep this weekend, and I think I’m still operating on Oakland time. But that said…don’t you want four time slots of NFL football EVERY Sunday? Personally, I loved being able to go straight into another one after Sunday Night Football wrapped up,...

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    The League S03E02: The Sukkah never trades

    by  • October 16, 2011 • Culture • 9 Comments

    Trades. Every league wants trades. They keep the league competitive and promote inspired conversation between league members. But it’s very difficult to maintain the culture that allows for them within a league because they are the most dangerous version of in-season gambling. Play a trade well…and you’ll have the envy and hatred of the...

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    On the Wire: Week 9 Pickups and Must-Claims

    by  • November 3, 2009 • Waiver Wire • 2 Comments

    There’s nothing glamorous about pickups at this point in the season. You’re either struggling to find meaning in your season after falling desperately behind the rest of the teams in your league or fortifying and defending your team by building a stronger bench with these free agents. But the picks are especially un-sexy this...

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    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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    Dude… Tyler Thigpen

    by  • November 4, 2008 • Culture • 1 Comment

    Yeah, I said it. Tyler Thigpen. It was popular to hate on him when he first got the start in Kansas City. We all expected Daunte Culpepper to sign with the Chiefs and immediately take Thigpen’s job away. Luckily for Thigpen, Culpepper knew he was going to be able to crush Dan Orlovsky’s thumb...

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