2012 Fantasy WR “Fast Start” Reference Tool Alex Dunlap, Rosterwatch.com Getting off to a fast start in Fantasy Football is important for a number of reasons. The first, and most important reason is that by Week five, you are almost halfway to your fantasy playoffs. An important ancillary reason has to do with game strategy,
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Better to Burn out Than Fade Away Dorian “The Trashmam” Colbert, Rosterwatch.com This past weekend, Vikings coach Leslie Frazier told ESPN 1500, in regards to Percy Harvin’s role this year, that “his snaps might go up but not necessarily his touches.” In his opinion, Harvin is a guy who can’t hold anything back when he’s
Is Steven Jackson a 4th Round Fantasy Draft Pick? Byron Lambert, Rosterwatch.com We currently have Steven Jackson ranked as our preseason #14 RB. Factor in at least 8 QBs and 15 WRs I am more affectionate for, and do the math. There are 36 players I like better than Steven Jackson as we head into
2012 Fantasy RB “Fast Start” Reference Tool Alex Dunlap, Rosterwatch.com Getting off to a fast start in Fantasy Football is important for a number of reasons. The first, and most important reason is that by Week five, you are almost halfway to your fantasy playoffs. An important ancillary reason has to do with game strategy,
RBBC: Running Back By Confusion Dorian “The Trashman” Colbert, Rosterwatch.com “Gather round chil’ren and I’ll tell you the legend of the workhorse back!” That’s how I imagine a start to how us old timers will impart the story of the long lost lead running back to awestruck youngsters in approximately, eh, five years or so.
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Saints 2nd Year RB Represents Value in Fantasy Drafts Alex Dunlap, Rosterwatch.com Photo Credit A bruised heel. I put it on par with turf toe, plantar fascia and the like. Basically, the types of injuries that we, as idiotic fans, cannot begin to comprehend regarding pain and discomfort. “It is a bruise. Play on it.
Can 85 Return to Life in Miami? Just in Time for “Hard Knocks”… Dorian “The Trashman” Colbert, Rosterwatch.com Photo Credit Chad Ochochinco has always loved Miami. It makes sense that he’s landed there after languishing in irrelevance in New England for a season, though his situation was largely a product of his own doing. Apparently
Fantasy Analysis: Michael Turner is Criminally Undervalued Byron Lambert, Rosterwatch.com Agreed, it’s better to abandon a player one year too early than one year too late. It’s better to be on the cutting edge, finding the “next best thing” sooner than later. A lot of fantasy owners tend to hold on too long. It’s strange,