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Week 4: Start ‘Em Sit ‘Em

      Go With Your GuT! Start ‘Em   Calvin Johnson – I’m sorry, I don’t mean to pull a Michael Fabiano and tell you that it’s a wise idea to start your number wide receiver each week, but this is dedicated to all of the Cowboys who think they may have a chance shutting Megatron down this weekend, don’t even think about it BOYS! Beanie Wells – He wanted to play last week but the Cardinals were confident with out him against the Seahawks, that unfortunately was a… Read more Week 4: Start ‘Em Sit ‘Em


Kenny Britt: What a Steal  Bust!!!! He was doing oh-so-well too. What a shame. Well, at least he won’t be running away from the cops anytime soon this off season, he’ll be busy rehabbing his torn ACL AND MCL! Damn mang! Well, you know the drill, below is a list of people you can pick up in order to help your team recover in week 4. NFL HIT LIST (FFB) Kenny Britt            I.R. Jeremy Maclin   Questionable Frank Gore       Questionable Michael Vick    … Read more NFL HIT LIST & WAIVER WIRE ADDS: WEEK 4

Week 3: Start ‘Em Sit ‘Em

Go with your gut! Start Jordy Nelson The Bears are planning on starting Craig Steltz at strong safety opposite opposite free safety Brandon Meriwheather this week. Major Wright is expected to miss the game with a head/neck injury. Aaron Rodgers will be passing against both backups. Jordy Nelson is flying out of the gate this year. Jordy Nelson has 2 td’s for 161 yards thus far this season. Patrick Crayton – Malcom Floyd is out against the Eric Berryless Chiefs and Antonio Gates is questionable with a lingering toe injury.… Read more Week 3: Start ‘Em Sit ‘Em


Fantasy Team in a Jam? Please tell me you didn’t draft Jam Chaz in any of your leagues? HAHAHAH!! Don’t cry, you can pick up Thomas Jones, Dexter McCluster, and Le’Ron McClain to make up for the loss!  Seriously, that’s a tough break, at least Jamaal Charles is still making 13 million in guaranteed money, what about his fantasy owners that might as well throw their fantasy season (and money) down the drain? Well, hopefully you guys drafted quality depth on your teams to save yourselves, if not, we here at… Read more NFL HIT LIST & WAIVER WIRE ADDS: WEEK 3

Week 2: Start ‘Em Sit ‘Em

Go with Your GUT!! Start ‘Em Chad Ochocinco – You read right! This game has shoot out written all over it. Coach Belichick loves to be unpredictable and he has a strong man crush on Chad Ochocinco regardless of his lack of numbers in week 1. I think he will have a solid game against the Chargers in week 2. James Starks – Starks outperformed Ryan Grant last week and is expected to start over him this week. The Panthers pass defense was 11th overall last year. I’m not saying… Read more Week 2: Start ‘Em Sit ‘Em

Week 1: Start ‘Em Sit ‘Em

Go with your guT! Sit ‘Em Josh Freeman – Shouldn’t put up the best numbers against a Lions team that has things clicking on both sides of the ball. I’d rather you be bold and take a risk on Colt McCoy. Jeremy Maclin – See it to believe it! Make sure you know Maclin is up to speed before plugging him in your lineups. He’s been out of camp for a while, teams typically like to bring their players back slowly when they have been out of the mix. Maclin… Read more Week 1: Start ‘Em Sit ‘Em

The Rise of Ryan Mallett

In September 2010, Brady agreed to a four year contract extension (48.5 million guaranteed) which will keep him in a Patriots uniform through the 2014 season. In April 2011, the Patriots selected quarterback Ryan Mallett in the third round (74th overall pick) of the NFL Draft. Despite the fact that Mallet was the 7th quarterback taken in the 2011 draft, the Patriots ranked him the highest amongst all quarterback prospects entering this year’s draft, and I can’t help but to agree with them. ESPN analysts think otherwise and believe Mallett… Read more The Rise of Ryan Mallett

Some Draft Tips for Commissioners

You’re never too old to learn something new, so for commissioners with all different kinds of experience, here are some tips to make your draft the best it can be. Set the Date Early.  The ideal drafting time is the two weeks from the third preseason game until the night before the season starts.  With just two weeks to hold a draft, combined with the various busy schedules of people, can lead to conflicts with personal matters, as well as other fantasy football drafts.  Try to decide on a date… Read more Some Draft Tips for Commissioners