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Two Guys, One Mailbox: One Start, and One Sit From Every NFL Week One Game

Published on: 11th September, 2010

For some more in-depth start and sits, be sure to check out our most recent article here. A day removed from the nail-biting season opener, it is now time for Fantasy Fools to prepare their lineups for Sunday and Monday's game's that will set the scene for how your fantasy ...

Minnesota-New Orleans: Two Guys, One Mailbox With Who To Start and Who To Sit

Published on: 7th September, 2010

Welcome fantasy fiends, we finally find ourselves but two days away from the season opener. Talk about starting off with a bang, huh? We get two high octane offenses, and a rematch of last year's  heartbreaking NFC Championship game. Its Favre vs Brees, Colston vs ...Berrian? Purple Jesus vs ...Thomas and Bush? Hmm. ...

New York Giants’ Wide Receiver Trio: What Weak Spot?

Published on: 22nd December, 2009

During the preseason, the New York Giants were told time and time again that the only weak spot on the entire team was its receiving core. The defensive line was heralded (prematurely) as the biggest thing since Eli Manning's latest contract. The secondary was solid as a whole, because surely second year ...

New York Giants Face-Off with Washington Redskins on Primetime

Published on: 18th December, 2009

One of the biggest talks in the offseason will be what hall of fame coach the Redskins will add to their team after they fire current head coach, Jim Zorn. What baffles me is how well Jim Zorn has done since getting offensive coordinator Sherman Lewis away from his Bingo gig. The ...

NFL’s Class of ’09 Wide Recievers Making Immediate Strides

Published on: 15th December, 2009

In the 2009 NFL Draft, Al Davis shocked everyone (and no one) when he selected Darrius Heyward-Bey from Maryland over the highly touted Michael Crabtree from Texas Tech University. The first round saw a ridiculous six wideouts drafted in the first round alone. Including the two previously mentioned along with ...

Giants Edge Chiefs: 3 Studs, 2 Duds, and 1 Play

Published on: 4th October, 2009

The Giants made the score look far closer than it should have been. For NFL fans not watching this game, they might get the idea that Cassel may have had a nice showing. Maybe they thought Larry Johnson made the (usually) great run defense look pathetic. Neither was the case. The Giants ...

Fantasy Factory: Analyzing Picks One Through Ten (No. 4-6)

Published on: 8th July, 2009

Fantasy Factory: Analyzing Picks One Through Ten (No. 1-3): Click Here Alright, here we are back for the second stage of achieving fantasy greatness. Having picks four, five, or six is one of my favorite draft positions. You don't have to wait extremely long to make your next pick, and it ...

Fantasy Factory: Analyzing Picks One Through Ten (No. 1-3)

Published on: 3rd July, 2009

I promised I wouldn't let an article get written about Fantasy Football until at least the Fourth of July. Well, I was pretty close. To kick off what will surely be another amazing Fantasy season filled with busts, late round gems, and injuries, we will be looking at what to do ...

Defensive Outlook No. 1 Of 3: The Fierce Defensive Line

Published on: 20th June, 2009

The best thing that could have happened for our defense did. Everyone seems to have forgot about them during the hooplah of the Giants "not having ANY WR's." The Giants defense in 2009, will be one of the best in the entire NFL, and to get a better look, I will brake down ...

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