• Posts Tagged ‘San Francisco 49ers’

    Michael Crabtree signs…and I don’t care [Fantasy Impact]

    by  • October 8, 2009 • News • 3 Comments

    Michael Crabtree, who majored in diva-ology at Texas Tech, has finally signed with the San Francisco 49ers as of yesterday. Apparently, that whole “we can win without you” message got into his head, but he’ll certainly be upset that his own signing was upstaged by the Braylon Edwards trade, relegating Crabtree to just a...

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    On the Wire: Week 3 Pickups and Sleepers

    by  • September 22, 2009 • Waiver Wire • 11 Comments

    If your team is 0-2, you could use the help, but don’t do anything crazy. I know of a league where a man dropped Matt Schaub after his pitiful Week 1 performance. I will name no names, but I’m pretty sure he regrets that now. He should. Your top picks deserve some time to...

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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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    Guest Post: 2009 NFL preview from a fantasy outsider

    by  • September 13, 2009 • Best Bets • 0 Comments

    This guest post comes to Fantasy Football Fools from Eric Amzallag of sports pick site UnlockedSports.com. Rather than stay in our fantasy bubble this season, I thought taking a look at the playoff picks from a relative fantasy outsider would be a nice jump start to the conversation — since, inevitably, my Super Bowl...

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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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