The quest for the belt is real, and after two seasons of playing fantasy, and despite losing my entire roster to either old age, uselessness, or child abuse charges, I’ve managed to squeak my way into the fantasy football playoffs.
Week 8 produced an abundance of fantasy goodness for a lot of teams in our league. this is the first time since week 17 of the 2011 fantasy football season that 6 or more players scored at least 30 fantasy points. This week only one team scored below 89 points, and Megatron and Crawptimus Prime blew everyone out of the water with a 182 point game! Continue reading
So my other writing priorities have limited my blogging availability, so today I’m doing a week 1 review and week 2 preview, along with power rankings for each team in the league. Continue reading
The NFL announced yesterday that they had upheld a suspension against Denver Broncos’ slot receiver Wes Welker for violating the league’s performance enhancing substances policy. Rumor is that he unknowingly ingested amphetamines while taking molly (MDMA) at the Kentucky Derby. Welker will have to sit out the first four games of this season, after his handlers appealed the decision, and the case went to review. Continue reading
To draft Josh Gordon, or not draft Josh Gordon? That is the question. Continue reading
I’ve been hard at work putting together preseason ranks for the Literally Literate FFL. See who’s the odds on favorite to make the playoffs, based off of our draft results. Continue reading
You may not have drafted your squad yet, but the Literally Literate League has, and I have all the results, so you can get a feel for how the draft is shaking out in ten-team standard leagues. Just like the last two years, the Literally Literate league is playing an ESPN head-to-head matchup season. The divisions are the same this year as last year, with all the same teams.