• Posts Tagged ‘Randy Moss’

    Dude… Steven Jackson

    by  • October 20, 2008 • Culture • 0 Comments

    I usually try to stray from the obvious guys, but Jackson’s performance yesterday is too hard to ignore. Even rated as a top-five running back going into the season, Jackson had a lot of hate from fantasy analysts this preseason (including the Fools). He finally had his breakout day against…my Cowboys. *sigh* While he...

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    Foolish Thoughts on Week 6: Last-second nonsense

    by  • October 14, 2008 • Culture, News • 1 Comment

    Who is the better Manning now? I think Peyton Manning put ex-lax in his brother’s Gatorade this week. It was time to shut up the critics. Peyton gets three touchdowns; Eli gets three picks. At least in fantasy, it looks like Peyton may have reclaimed his top spot on the Manning mantel for now....

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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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    Week 5 Hot Hands and Cold Shoulders

    by  • October 3, 2008 • Start or Sit • 2 Comments

    I am not sure who won the VP debate last night. Both political parties seem to believe their candidate stepped up to the plate. The NFL is still pretty split in making a decision this election year. I do know that Al Davis likes Sarah Palin — mostly because he believes she’s youthful and...

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    Week 3 Hot Hands and Cold Shoulders

    by  • September 18, 2008 • Start or Sit • 10 Comments

    Obviously, things change in fantasy football. There’s no Tom Brady, and therefore, no Randy Moss. Offenses in Seattle, Cincinnati and Cleveland are in shambles. Jacksonville keeps turning it over, and the Denver Broncos might have the most explosive offense of 2008. Shanny, we knew you had it in you. I won’t even say that...

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