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Life Is Too Busy

Unfortunately I haven’t had time to write a great post like I normally do the last couple days. Hopefully that will change tonight. That being said, I am going to do my best to give to keep you up-to-date on … Continue reading

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Clinton Portis Out 4 To 6 Weeks

I can’t help but laugh at all the people who took him early in the draft. Portis is now out 4 to 6 weeks after a groin separation (ouch). Worst case scenario, Portis is only available for the last 6 … Continue reading

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Lynch To Seahawks; Jenkins Back In Lineup

I am a little slow on commenting on Marshawn Lynch’s coast to coast move to Seattle, but better late than never. This trade has affects 4 different running backs’ trade values. Lynch should remain a start most weeks, though I … Continue reading

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Hook, Line, Sinker: Moss Is A Viking

So now that the deal that I reported yesterday is a done deal, Moss owners can go jump for joy. If you can trade for Moss your now with the value he was worth after the last game, do it! … Continue reading

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Randy Moss To The Vikings?

Jay Glazer just reported that New England and Minnesota is working on a deal to trade Randy Moss back to the team he started with. The main thing keeping this from happening is getting Randy resigned to a longer deal. … Continue reading

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And Just When We Started To Like Vick Again

He goes and injures himself. Okay, maybe thats not how it exactly happened but for fantasy owners, he caused a lot of pain and grief. Based on what Michael Vick said to a radio station, he should be out 1 … Continue reading

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Drafting Made Easy

People often ask things like “Why don’t my teams do better” or “Why do I get unlucky every year?” Lady Luck does play a huge roll in every week to week match-up. I tend to believe fantasy football is 60% … Continue reading

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