Fantasy Football Roundup: 200 on a bye week

Hello folks, the time is winding down and there are only two more games left in a season which, to be honest, was just as worthless as the Lions. We won some games, and we lost some. One of us rose from the ashes that was the bottom of the league, and others (me), fell … Continue reading Fantasy Football Roundup: 200 on a bye week

Fantasy Football Roundup: Dust in the Wind

Insert the .gif of George Michael from Arrested Development walking with his head down. This season did not, at all go according to plan. In some ways you could say that I'm the Bob Quinn of this league. Had one promising year, and sub-par the follow seasons. I should have trusted my gut and subbed … Continue reading Fantasy Football Roundup: Dust in the Wind

Fantasy Football Roundup: Oh Yeah, Oh Yeah

GIVE ME TWO CLAPS AND A RIC FLAIR... WOO! Man oh man! This week went down to the wire, and just when when I thought all hope was lost, I realized that I still had Russell Wilson and Jason Myers still to play on Monday Night Football. Boy did them come through in the clutch. … Continue reading Fantasy Football Roundup: Oh Yeah, Oh Yeah

Fantasy Football Roundup: Over and Over Again

"You ever feel cursed, Coach? Like, no matter what, inside your heart you feel that you're gonna lose. Like something's hanging over you, following you like a witch or a demon that just... I feel like that all the time. Even when things are going good. When we're winnin', it's there. And when we're losin', … Continue reading Fantasy Football Roundup: Over and Over Again

Fantasy Football Roundup: Comeuppance

I talked a BIG game in week two of this odd season in fantasy. After my week one dominance, my reign of terror was quickly haunted by Adolf Oliver Bush. But not this time. In our second go round, I final dished out the pounding that was promised from week two.  I mean just wiped … Continue reading Fantasy Football Roundup: Comeuppance

Fantasy Football Roundup: NOT IN LAST

I don't often look for silver linings. Mostly because in my line of work silver linings are meaningless and evil. They create a false hope that things couldn't possibly get worse. To be truthful, they can. I SEENT IT. But, it when comes to fantasy I will take any moral victory I can get because … Continue reading Fantasy Football Roundup: NOT IN LAST