On Sunday night the New Orleans Saints ripped the Carolina Panthers 31-13 but the biggest headline belonged to their 34-year-old quarterback. Against the Panthers Drew Brees became just the fifth quarterback in NFL history to top 50,000 yards passing in his career.
It is fantasy football playoff time. For many fans, it means devoting even more cognitive processes to America’s most beloved sporting empire.
This weeks picks include a bombardment of important stats to help you survive into Week 15, along with heaping portions of breathtaking propaganda.
I’ve got so much on my mind this week that Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay would be impressed.
I will go through all 16 games this week with an angle on each team’s Thanksgiving Day history. But I also have some things to get off my chest that mainstream state-run media (see ESPN, NFL Network/Ian Rapoport) will not touch.
The Houston Texans officially placed running back Arian Foster on injured reserve Tuesday afternoon, officially ending his season. Foster was told by several back specialists that he needs season-ending surgery to repair damage in the area. He sought out multiple opinions in an effort to avoid surgery, but no one would clear him to play.
If it’s not win or cry time in fantasy football, then we’re only getting closer.
Now that we’re into Week 10, getting those crucial points from sleepers only has a greater impact on whether you’re setting the lineup in the postseason. To that end, let’s cut the chatter and get to this week’s fantasy football sleepers.
The sky has fallen. The sky has fallen.
The doomsday scenario that has been in the back of everyone’s mind for the past few years is now reality. Aaron Rodgers is out with a broken collarbone.
How long he is out depends on which NFL insider (not conducting a witch hunt on Richie Incognito) you choose to believe.
The 2013 fantasy football waiver wire continues to slim down as the playoffs near. So, it’s obviously much more difficult to find a legitimate replacement when needing a bye-week filler or want to try and upgrade at a specific position. The good news is that talent does remain, along with recent production to back it […]