I discovered and, against my competitive instincts, shared The 5 Minute Drill last year during fantasy season. With Week 1 upon us, I might as well do it again.
The 5 Minute Drill offers a solid five minutes of comprehensive analysis and visual entertainment that can help you win your fantasy season.
Here’s 10 minutes of action, two episodes, that could help you beef up your team.
Although I usually find myself in agreement with The 5 Minute Drill guys, I still haven’t bumped Tony Scheffler down in my TE rankings.
I want to believe that Scheffler and Eddie Royal will be the beneficiaries of Brandon Marshall’s Week 1 suspension. Now that Oakland has two of the best corners in the game, could it be Scheffler that reels them in for Jay Cutler Week 1? I’m still starting him.
Hank Baskett and Maurice Morris are both on my watch list for Week 1. Baskett, not so much DeSean Jackson, will benefit from Kevin Curtis being injured, and I see no way that Julius Jones outperforms Maurice Morris this season — at least not early.
Matt Hasselbeck was untouchable in my drafts. I don’t like his receiver situation at all.
Sigmund and Cecil don’t make me feel too good about probably having to start Ryan Grant this weekend, but I think I have the faith in him at RB1 when I have Tom Brady starting at QB. Grant didn’t get shut down by Minnesota last year, and I expect him to show it again this year.
By the way, if you have a healthy Joey Galloway on your team this week, you should start him — and the goat agrees. He’s a lock to do well against the Saints as long as he starts even if he is merely an aging WR3 for your fantasy team.
I realize that Fantasy Football Fools may not be the greatest visual masterpiece in the fantasy football space. We may be informative, but a lot of text isn’t pretty ALL the time.
I offer you something better to stare at as you try to hold back the tears of this week’s fantasy loss: The 5 Minute Drill.
Cecil Lammey and Sigmund Bloom‘s video podcast gives you analysis and long-term predictions outside of their usual gig at Footballguys.com where they charge to give you the insider edge. I can’t even count up the number of unique predictions they made early in this fantasy season that have now come to fruition. I’m also completely envious of Cecil’s hair–you know, in case I ever get mugged.
Unfortunately, they only produce one podcast per week, but check them out as a compliment to our obsessive 24/7 offerings.
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