Cleveland got knocked the f*ck out by Debo James Harrison. Mark my words, Mohamed Massaquoi and Joshua Cribbs will never again borrow their Beach Cruisers to Harrison. That's my bike punk!!! Chansi Stuckey and the CLE TE game (Watson and Moore) figure to benefit while Massaquoi and Cribbs get in their old mans' cars and run away. [Cribbs injury] [Massaquoi injury]
When Josh Bailey heats up, you don't ask questions. Click Add Player and start figuring out who you're drop. The 9th Overall pick in the 2008 draft piled up points in spurts last season, including 15 points (5 goals, 10 assists) during a 13-game stretch. He scored 96 points playing 67 games during the 2007-08 OHL season. I added him a short while back and have gotten 2 Goals, an Assist, 4 Penalty Minutes, 2 PPP and a +2 plus/minus from his past two games. He's off to a hot start (7 points in 5 games) and qualifies at both Left Wing and Center. He has the talent and ability to put up points in bunches, we're just waiting for some consistency. Recent reports say he looks very strong with the puck and is making better decisions. As of now, Bailey is owned in only 17% of Yahoo! leagues.
The Fantasy Football Corporate Ladder has been updated. Chris Johnson and Adrian Peterson continue to flip flop, I make amends with Terrell Owens, apologizes were sent to Phillip Rivers and Kyle Orton sneaks into the top 50? 12 players were demoted and 12 new players join the ranks, make the jump to see all the Fantasy Football goodness.
Randy Moss hauled in 4 receptions for 81 yards and Brett Favre's 500th TD while the Patriots enjoyed their bye week. Randy had a lot to soak in and was matched up against a great defense, but still managed to give us 14 points in the world of make believe. Favre (264 yards, 3 TD) and Percy Harvin (97 yards, 2 TD) clearly benefit from having Moss on the field. Favre now has 502 career Touchdowns and possibly could have had his 503rd, but he overthrew Percy after Revis fell to the ground. If Percy had caught the pass and scored, I'm sure Revis would have clutched his hamstring (again).
The first quarter of the 2010 fantasy football season has been filled with injuries and poor performances by some of last year’s fantasy stars and most promising rookies. While a lot these underachievers can blame injuries or point the finger at their teammates, this offers little consolation to the fantasy team owners that put the fate of their season in the hands of these bums. I am going to list the 10 most disappointing players, so far, and attempt to determine if they will reward owners with a strong finish or continue to suck a fat one.
It seems that everyday, I have someone call me "yella" and hock a loogey at my boots. Like the fastest gun in the West, everyone wants a piece of MDS. They don't like my reputation, they don't like my attitude and they don't like my stunning good looks. I'll snake a player from you and then turn around and snake your woman. They don't call me the Million Dollar Sleeper for no reason. I am a living legend and I'm willing to prove it, against anyone and everyone. It doesn't matter if you're mean enough to hunt bears with a hickory switch. It doesn't matter if your lip hangs down like a blacksmith's apron. It doesn't matter if you're crazier than a run over coon. It doesn't matter if all you have under your hat is hair. It doesn't matter if your mustache smells like a mildewed saddle blanket after it had been rid on a soreback hoss three hundred miles in August. I'm taking on everyone and you could be next. no comments
The day after I posted the Eagles QB poll, Andy Reid casted his vote by starting Michael Vick. We all know how that worked out. Kevin Kolb actually won the Million Dollar Faceoff (barely) and is now back at the helm for the Eagles. I voted for Vick and dropped Kolb before the game in two leagues to clear roster space, so technically I jinxed Vick after he made a brave comeback from electrocuting a bunch of dogs.
A new poll is up, regarding Dwight Howard and his MockDraftCentral.com ADP (17.21). In leagues that do not score FT% or TO, Howard ranked in as the second best player last season (according to BasketballMonster.com). In standard nine category leagues, Howard ranked in at 37. D12 is obviously a first round pick in head-to-head leagues, but this poll is for roto leagues.
Keith has him ranked numero 14 on the Fantasy Basketball Corporate Ladder so we know his vote. I, on the other hand, do not like to handcuff myself into drafting specific players (you can miss out on a lot of value). An auction league would be easier to accumulate the high FT% players, but in a snake draft, you could be asking for trouble. I say "No way, Jose Canseco", but what do you think? Hit up the sidebar poll to cast your vote.no comments
Happy happy, joy joy! Randy's back and Green Bay is in trouble, hey now, hey now, Randy's back! Randy Moss has been traded to the Minnesota Vikings and everyone is singing and dancing in the land of 10,000 lakes, except traffic officers who don't get out of the way of blunt smoking superstars. Let's look around the league and see who is happy and who is frowning with the departure/arrival of one Randall Gene Moss.
It's not quite Halloween yet, but you're about to get tricked out for some candy by the Gruesome Twosome. I'll be dressed up in my old school Randy Moss jersey and trying to pay attention to Starbs while day dreaming of Brett Favre throwing concussion induced, prescription pill coated, Hail Mary passes to Raymo. We're talking all things Fantasy Football. Week Four, Frank Gore, Matt Moore and the Yankees exiting the playoff door!!! OK, some of that we won't talk about and the sweep of the Skankees isn't technically Fantasy Football. Free feel to encroach the airwaves and call-in with any questions or comments.
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Somewhere on this box is a number for some hot, steamy phone-sex.
"...the box has the wrong toll-free prefix, meaning callers get a seductive-sounding woman who makes risque suggestions and then asks for a credit card number." [Yahoo!]
From what I hear, the cereal company is based in Pittsburgh and it was an "honest" mistake. Sure, that's about an honest mistake as Big Ben needing his TV repaired and strippers telling me they like me. I don't see what the big deal is though, morning wood is apart of a balanced breakfast, right?no comments