• Posts Tagged ‘Steve Slaton’

    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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    On the Wire: Waiver Wire Gems from Week 3

    by  • September 24, 2008 • Waiver Wire • 5 Comments

    Apparently, when you try and make things faster around here, it makes the Internet explode, and bad things happen. I’ll write that down, and, I guess, take it as a compliment that we’ve had such a large flow of traffic around at Fools lately. I’ll try not to break anything else, okay? The waiver...

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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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    On the Wire: Waiver Wire Saviors from Week 2

    by  • September 16, 2008 • Waiver Wire • 3 Comments

    After Week 2′s performances, you should have a pretty good idea what your players are worth. Starting jobs are getting shuffled, and guys we thought might pay off are doing just that. If you didn’t capture one of the big performers of Week 2 on your fantasy team, let’s see what we can do...

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    Week 2 Hot Hands and Cold Shoulders

    by  • September 12, 2008 • Start or Sit • 12 Comments

    Don’t get all reactionary when you are setting your lineups this week. If your stud disappointed in his first showing — and there is no evidence supporting his failure, i.e. horrible line in Jacksonville and St. Louis — just forget Week 1 happened. This week, we’ll move into more of a Q&A mode with...

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