Sunday, September 27, 2009
Falcons (+4.5) over Patriots
Jaguars (+3.5) over Texans
Eagles (-9.5) over Chiefs
Lions (+6.5) over Redskins
Upset alert, put your next mortgage payment on the Lions winning this game outright.
Packers (-6.5) over Rams
Giants (-6.5) over Bucs
Browns (+13.5) over Ravens
49ers (+6.5) over Vikings
Jets (-2.5) over Titans
Saints (-5.5) over Bills
Bears (-2.5) over Seahawks
Dolphins (+6.5) over Chargers
Broncos (+1.5) over Raiders
Bengals (+4.5) over Steelers
Colts (+2.5) over Cardinals
Panthers (+9.5) over Cowboys
Last week: 10-6
Tarrific Tara's picks:
Last week: 7-9
Thursday, September 24, 2009
He was on queer street so bad he almost fell into a split. I'm still in disbelief at the ref allowing him to try and continue. Thankfully he lived to tell about it, although I'm not sure I'd wanna tell anyone about this. Too bad it was televised.
Here's the Judah one I referenced:
And I couldn't go through this post without tossing a Tyson one at you...here's his KO of Trevor Berbick:
Which was did you enjoy the most or did you think was the best? Personally I think I'm going with Tyson over Berbick b/c Berbick just kept trying to get up and flopping all over the ring, but you can make an argument for all of them.
Lions (+6.5) over Redskins
Picking the Lions following a 1-2 week? Yes, I'm doing it. They could snap their long losing streak this weekend. They're at home, and did you see the Skins last weekend? 9-7 over the Rams... the Rams. Maybe Calvin Johnson and the Lions lose this one, but they will cover the number... I hope.
Raiders (+1.5) over Broncos
I just refuse to believe that the Josh McDaniels, Kyle Orton led Broncos will get to 3-0 this year. They just can't. I actually like the Raiders... defense. They played San Diego tough, then beat the Chiefs. (How about 3 straight division games to start the year.) I think Denver will start to level out and do so soon. These home division games are huge, look for the Raider D to step up big this week.
Texans (-4) over Jaguars
I love Houston, hate Jacksonville. The Texans were miserable in Week 1, but I'm going to chalk that up to a good Jets D that surprised me probably more than Houston. Jacksonville is awful, they got blitzed by Arizona at home last week. I don't think a trip to Texas is going to help them. MJD could have a strong weekend performance but I still see the Texans winning by at least a TD and getting to 2-1, making my pick of Houston as the division winner not seem as ridiculous.
Last Week: 1-2
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
I know this is a few days old now, but how good is it? He won the fight! Great performance by Rock too, can't wait to see who he gets next. Put a steak on that face Nate!
Monday, September 21, 2009
1. Fedor Emelianenko
2. Brock Lesnar
3. Josh Barnett
4. Frank Mir
5. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira
6. Alistair Overeem
7. Shane Carwin
8. Randy Couture
9. Cain Velasquez
10. Brett Rogers
Junior Dos Santos, Chiek Kongo, Andrei Arlovski, Gabriel Gonzaga, Ben Rothwell, Fabricio Werdum, Heath Herring, Aleksander Emelianenko, Mirko Cro Cop
2. Quinton Jackson
3. Rashad Evans
6. Gegard Mousasi
7. Maurcio ‘Shogun’ Rua
8. Luiz Cane
9. Thiago Silva
10. Babalu Sobral
Rich Franklin, Keith Jardine, Brandon Vera, Chuck Liddell, Antonio Rogerio Nogueira, Tito Ortiz, Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou, Vladimir Matyushenko, Jon Jones
2. Dan Henderson
4. Yushin Okami
5. Nathan Marquardt
6. Robbie Lawler
7. Jorge Santiago
8. Yoshihiro Akiyama
9. Demian Maia
10. Cung Le
Michael Bisping, Thales Leites, Jason “Mayhem” Miller, Matt Lindland, Denis Kang, Chael Sonnen, Paulo Filho, Patrick Cote, Nick Diaz, Kazuo Misaki, Ronaldo Souza, Jake Rosholt
2. Jake Shields
3. Jon Fitch
4. Thiago Alves
5. Josh Koscheck
6. Mike Swick
7. Paul Daley
8. Martin Kampmann
9. Matt Hughes
10. Paulo Thiago
Marius Zaromskis, Jay Hieron, Nick Thompson, Dan Hardy, Karo Parisyan, Matt Serra, Carlos Condit, Marcus Davis, Drew Fickett, Frank Trigg, Ricardo Almeida
1. BJ Penn
2. Shinya Aoki
3. Eddie Alverez
4. Joachim Hansen
5. Tatsuya Kawajiri
6. Kenny Florian
7. Diego Sanchez
8. Frankie Edgar
9. Gilbert Melendez
10. JZ Cavalcante
Gray Maynard, Mizuto Hirota, Satoru Kitaoka, Sean Sherk, Josh Thomson, Takanori Gomi, KJ Noons, Nate Diaz, Victor Ribero, Joe Stevenson, Roger Huerta
Pound 4 Pound
2. Fedor Emelianenko
4. BJ Penn
5. Lyoto Machida
6. Mike Brown
7. Quinton Jackson
8. Brian Bowles
9. Gegard Mousasi
10. Brock Lesnar
-The Sports Brief
Check out how The Greek did in his Week 2 NFL picks, below.
Sunday, September 20, 2009
Vikings (-9.5) 0ver Lions
The Lions defense was porous for sure, but it was also going up against arguably the best offense in the league in the Saints. Unfortunately, the Vikings have great playmakers in Adrian Peterson, Percy Harvin, and of course, Brett Favre. This could get ugly.
Texans (+6.5) over Titans
Something tells me this is a trap game in terms of betting. The Texans looked awful against the Jets last week, and naturally, going against a solid defense like the Titans, people would expect them to flop again. I don't think that will be the case. The Steelers passed at will against Tennessee, and I think that may be the case today for the Texans. They may lose, but they'll cover.
Patriots (-5.5) over Jets
Wes Welker may be out, but Tom Brady looked like he found his stride late in that game as the Pats came back against Buffalo. I think the Pats find a way to pressure Sanchez and the Jets come back to Earth a little. Remember, it was the Texans.
Raiders (+3.5) over Chiefs
Neither one of these teams are very good, but you have to acknowledge how well the Raiders played the Chargers. Matt Cassel makes the start for KC, and I think he'll struggle.
Redskins (-9.5) over Rams
The Rams are so, so bad.
Bengals (+9.5) over Packers
I still believe in this Bengals team. Not enough to win, but enough to cover. Aaron Rodgers should have a nice day, but I think Carson Palmer and Chad OchoCinco will each have productive days to keep their team in it till late.
Panthers (+6.5) over Falcons
Nice rebound game for Jake Delhomme and the Panthers. Another trap game here. Look for a high scoring affair that ends by a field goal.
Cardinals (+3.5) over Jaguars
Peyton Manning passed well against the Jags last week, and Kurt Warner should do the same with all of those options.
Saints (+2.5) over Eagles
I don't understand how the Saints aren't favored, and favored by a lot. Weird spread here.
Bills (-4.5) over Bucs
Tampa Bay sucks too. Bills offense should have a great day. I really like this team, and sadly, we can't be commending them for a win over the Pats on Monday night.
Seahawks (+1.5) over 49ers
Big, big fan of this Seahawk offense with everyone healthy. And it's scary that Julius Jones had a day rushing the ball. Mike Singletary is doing well righting the ship in San Fran, but I think Seattle is just a better team.
Ravens (+3.5) over Chargers
This is a game that will either go to OT or go down to the wire. I'll take the points all day, every day.
Broncos (-3.5) over Browns
Cleveland can't run the ball and Mangini screwed up by keeping that QB situation on lockdown till a few days before the season started. That offense won't click for a few more games. Denver should fare better today offensively.
Steelers (-2.5) over Bears
No Brian Urlacher, no bet on the Bears.
Cowboys (-2.5) over Giants
I think the Cowboys are just better.
Colts (-3.5) over Dolphins
Miami overachieved last year, plain and simple. Even without Anthony Gonzalez, Peyton Manning is still the quarterback. Enough said.
And now, Tarrific Tara's picks (against the same spreads):
Green Bay Packers
Kansas City Chiefs
New England Patriots
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
New York Giants
Enjoy the games.
Saturday, September 19, 2009
Jimmy the Greek
Belfort via (T)KO over Franklin in the 2nd round
Cro Cop over Dos Santos via (T)KO (referee stoppage) in the 2nd round
Martin Kampmann over Paul Daley via submission (armbar) in the 1st round
Josh Koscheck over Frank Trigg via lay and pray decision
Tyson Griffin over Hermes Franca via decision
And since we'll be ordering both PPV's tonight...
Mayweather over Marquez via (T)KO (referee stoppage) in the 6th round
Enjoy the night of fights.
Thursday, September 17, 2009
Alright it's time to play Pick 3! Going forward I am only going to pick 3 NFL games a week and see if I can make the magic happen. Check out Jimmy the Greek's full Week 2 breakdown coming soon. On to the picks. (Sorry for the crap picture, above, couldn't find much.)
Patriots (-4) over the Jets
No Jerod Mayo, no problem... this week. Everyone is freaking out about how good the Jets looked in Week 1 vs. the Texans. Good for them. They're playing the Patriots this week. New York is treating this thing like the Super Bowl, getting all geeked out, it's going to hurt them. Belichick has fared well in the past vs. rookie QBs (5-1). I also am going to assume New England gets a lot more of the Tom Brady from the last 5 minutes of the Bills game then the previous 55 which = problems for the Jets. Pats 27 Jets 20.
Seahawks (+1.5) over the 49ers
Seattle is coming off an impressive 28-0 win over the Rams, while the 9ers topped last year's NFC champion Cardinals 20-16. Both teams are looking to get to 2-0, but more importantly 2-0 in the division. Hasselbeck threw 2 early picks then settled down nicely tossing 3 TD passes. Julius Jones showed signs of life, and the Seahawks posted the only Week 1 shutout. (against the Rams, I know.) Shaun Hill still the San Fran Q? Right, thought so. Seahawks 24 49ers 10.
Bills (-5) over the Buccaneers
Byron Leftwich and the Bucs head north to face Buffalo. Unfortunately this won't be a snow game or the spread would have to be doubled. Call me crazy, but I actually like the Bills this year. If Leodis McKelvin doesn't fumble they probably beat the Pats in New England last Monday. Tampa is going to be a punching bag in the NFC and might as well forfeit all of their road games. Buffalo needs to get their receivers more involved (Owens & Evans combined 5 catches), and Fred Jackson is a solid back up RB in the NFL. With Aaron Schobel healthy it makes the Bills a sneaky good defensive team. Bills 20 Bucs 13.
Goodluck with your picks this weekend!
Overall record: 0-0
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
I promise not to bore you with what I ate for lunch or how many hours I slept, but rather some quick hit observations I make, that aren't worth writing out here on the Brief. We will both continue to write here on the blog, look for Besse's, er, Jimmy the Greek's Weekly NFL Picks, and my new weekly segment, "Keefe's Pick 3." Only going with 3 NFL games, but I guarantee
Sunday, September 13, 2009
Falcons (-3.5) over Dolphins
The Falcons add Tony Gonzalez to what was already a solid offensive lineup, and Matty Heisman returns at the helm. This team should put up a lot of points against a Dolphins squad that overachieved last year but won’t do the same in ’09. Falcons win comfortably at home.
Colts (-6.5) over Jaguars
I don’t like the Jaguars offense other than Maurice Jones-Drew. He’ll get his numbers and have a solid fantasy day, but look for Peyton Manning and the Colts O to silence all the critics in Week 1. A lot of people have them finishing out of the playoffs at 8-8, but I think they’re delusional.
Vikings (-2.5) over Browns
I hate this pick probably because I hate Brett Favre. What a loser. But let’s face it, AP is filthy good and Brady Quinn just found out he’s starting the other day. Mangini is a dink and the Browns will lose because of it (and the fact that the Vikings are better).
Cowboys (-3.5) over Buccaneers
Who the hell is the quarterback for the Buccaneers? I honestly have no idea. And who is their running back? In fact, who the hell is on the freakin’ team?
Jets (+4.5) over Texans
I like the Texans to win, but they’ll do it on a Kris Brown field goal. Mark Sanchez will have some bumps and bruises in his debut, but overall he’ll be solid and keep them in it. Look for Steve Slaton to have a day and Andre Johnson to quietly go about his business with double digit catches, 100 yards receiving and a TD.
Ravens (-9.5) over Chiefs
Matt Cassel isn’t starting and the Chiefs had the 30th ranked run defense last year. Hello, Ray Rice. It’ll be a feast for the Ravens on offense as Joe Flacco simply hands the ball off and starts off 1-0 in 2009.
Bengals (-3.5) over Broncos
We don’t know if Brandon Marshall is playing and Kyle Orton sucks. Plus, Chad OchoCinco is in for a MONSTER year. Remember where you heard it first!
Saints (-11.5) over Lions
This could be over after the first quarter.
Eagles (+1.5) over Panthers
Another pick I hate. This is going to be a rough, physical game. You know the Panthers are going to try and run the ball with D’Angelo Williams and a banged up Jonathan Stewart, but the key will be Delhomme’s ability to find Steve Smith. I think the Eagles stop them when they need to, and a well balanced offensive attack will help them sneak by with a win.
Giants (-6.5) over Redskins
Albert Haynesworth against arguably the best offensive line in football makes for a lot of fun. This will be a competitive game, but the Giants simply have too good a defense to let the Redskins score enough to stay in it come the 4th quarter. Manning and Jacobs will help them eventually pull away as the big, physical RB wears down the ‘Skins D.
Rams (+7.5) over Seahawks
Hawks win but don’t cover. Rams should be OK on offense, and I think Steve Spagnola will have them disciplined and ready to play. Seattle is an interesting team to follow with a lot of guys coming back from injury. But they have no running game which will eventually hurt them down the road.
Cardinals (-6.5) over 49ers
Cardinals have too many weapons on offense, even with Anquan Boldin out, for the 49ers to make this a competitive game on the road. Josh Morgan isn’t ready to carry the load for the receiving corp and the 49ers need Michael Crabtree to sign and report. In a year or so, however, that will be a potent offense if they can find a quarterback for the future (apologies to Alex Smith).
Bears (+3.5) over Packers
I like Green Bay as a Super Bowl team, but the Bears will be tough for anyone all year long. Cutler adds some intrigue to an offense already built around Matt Forte. Packers by a field goal.
Patriots (-10.5) over Bills
As long as Brady doesn’t get hurt in the first 8 minutes, this won’t even be close. The Patriots will pick up where they left off in 2007 as a record setting offense. Call me crazy, but I think they have a good enough offense to have us wondering about 16-0 again in a few weeks.
Chargers (-8.5) over Raiders
Oakland still sucks.
Friday, September 11, 2009
Thursday, September 10, 2009
Patriots over Bills
Ravens over Texans
Patriots over Steelers
Chargers over Ravens
Chargers over Patriots
Seahawks over Cardinals
Eagles over Vikings
Eagles over Bears
Saints over Seahawks
Saints over Eagles
SUPER BOWL: Chargers over Saints
MVP: Drew Brees, Saints
Offensive Player of the Year: Brees, Saints
Defensive Player of the Year: Mario Williams, Texans
O-Rookie: Percy Harvin, Vikings
D-Rookie: Brian Cushing, Texans
Coach: Gary Kubiak, Texans
Chargers over Texans
Colts over Bengals
Pats over Chargers
Steelers over Colts
Pats over Steelers
Falcons over Giants
Cowboys over Seahawks
Packers over Cowboys
Falcons over Saints
Falcons over Packers
SUPER BOWL: Pats over Falcons
MVP – Aaron Rodgers, Packers
Offensive POY – Drew Brees, Saints
Defensive POY – Justin Tuck, Giants
Offensive ROY – Knowshon Moreno, Broncos
Defensive ROY – James Laurinaitis, Rams
Coach of the Year – Mike McCarthy, Packers
-The Sports Brief
Week 1 Picks
Keefe: Steelers(-6) over the Titans
Hate both teams, but I'll go with Pittsburgh at home to win by more than a touchdown. They will be all jacked up and could get off to a slow start, but I think that's going to be the Titans' problem all year. Collins plays himself out of the starting QB job, only for it to get worse with Vince Young at the helm.
Besse: Steelers (-6) over Titans
While some money grubbin' whore in Vegas is digging up the names of every chick Big Ben has slayed (good luck w/ that), he'll be methodically breaking down the Titans defense on opening night. The loss of Haynesworth will gleam brightly tonight for the Titans, and the vaunted Steelers defense will shut down the run and force Kerry Collins to pass more. By the end of the night, we'll be wondering if Collins fell off the wagon again. And look for Willie Parker to do what he did last year: explode in Week 1, get all of his fantasy owners jacked up for the rest of the season, then get hurt and run like Maroney for the rest of the year. If you can't tell, that's exactly what happened to me last year. Bitter? Nah...
The Sports Brief's 2009 NFL Preview is coming soon. Check back later today. It will be up before kick off of the season opener between the Steelers and Titans.
Thursday, September 3, 2009
League starts QB-RB-RB-WR-WR-WR-TE-K-DST, basic scoring, 6 pts TD pass, No point per catch
1 NYSackExchange Peterson, Adrian RB MIN
2 Big Papsmear Jones-Drew, Maurice RB JAC
3 Vaughn-o-matic Turner, Michael RB ATL
4 Doushmonsters* Forte, Matt RB CHI
5 LandSharks Brady, Tom QB NE
6 Bulletproof Tigers Brees, Drew QB NO
7 Ball Don't Lie Moss, Randy WR NE
8 Ron Mexico: Redux Williams, DeAngelo RB CAR
9 Clamdyke Bars Jackson, Steven RB STL
10 The Jackson 4 Fitzgerald, Larry WR ARI
11 Hennekey Slaton, Steve RB HOU
12 Shark Week Johnson, Andre WR HOU
1 Shark Week Johnson, Chris RB TEN
2 Hennekey Jacobs, Brandon RB NYG
3 The Jackson 4 Gore, Frank RB SF
4 Clamdyke Bars Tomlinson, LaDainian RB SD
5 Ron Mexico: Redux Portis, Clinton RB WAS
6 Ball Don't Lie Manning, Peyton QB IND
7 Bulletproof Tigers Johnson, Calvin WR DET
8 LandSharks Barber, Marion RB DAL
9 Doushmonsters* Westbrook, Brian RB PHI
10 Vaughn-o-matic Wayne, Reggie WR IND
11 Big Papsmear Jennings, Greg WR GB
12 NYSackExchange Colston, Marques WR NO
1 NYSackExchange Grant, Ryan RB GB
2 Big Papsmear Rivers, Philip QB SD
3 Vaughn-o-matic Smith, Steve WR CAR
4 Doushmonsters* Boldin, Anquan WR ARI
5 LandSharks White, Roddy WR ATL
6 Bulletproof Tigers Owens, Terrell WR BUF
7 Ball Don't Lie Thomas, Pierre RB NO
8 Ron Mexico: Redux Jackson, Vincent WR SD
9 Clamdyke Bars Welker, Wes WR NE
10 The Jackson 4 Rodgers, Aaron QB GB
11 Hennekey Warner, Kurt QB ARI
12 Shark Week McFadden, Darren RB OAK
1 Shark Week Schaub, Matt QB HOU
2 Hennekey Bowe, Dwayne WR KC
3 The Jackson 4 Addai, Joseph RB IND
4 Clamdyke Bars McNabb, Donovan QB PHI
5 Ron Mexico: Redux Ochocinco, Chad WR CIN
6 Ball Don't Lie Smith, Kevin RB DET
7 Bulletproof Tigers Brown, Ronnie RB MIA
8 LandSharks Jones, Thomas RB NYJ
9 Doushmonsters* Romo, Tony QB DAL
10 Vaughn-o-matic Johnson, Larry RB KC
11 Big Papsmear Houshmandzadeh, T.J. WR SEA
12 NYSackExchange Ryan, Matt QB ATL
1 NYSackExchange Cotchery, Jerricho WR NYJ
2 Big Papsmear Williams, Roy E. WR DAL
3 Vaughn-o-matic Witten, Jason TE DAL
4 Doushmonsters* Marshall, Brandon WR DEN
5 LandSharks Clark, Dallas TE IND
6 Bulletproof Tigers Gonzalez, Tony TE ATL
7 Ball Don't Lie Edwards, Braylon WR CLE
8 Ron Mexico: Redux Royal, Eddie WR DEN
9 Clamdyke Bars Gates, Antonio TE SD
10 The Jackson 4 Olsen, Greg TE CHI
11 Hennekey Evans, Lee WR BUF
12 Shark Week Lynch, Marshawn RB BUF
1 Shark Week* Holmes, Santonio WR PIT
2 Hennekey Jackson, DeSean WR PHI
3 The Jackson 4 Gonzalez, Anthony WR IND
4 Clamdyke Bars Ward, Hines WR PIT
5 Ron Mexico: Redux Cooley, Chris TE WAS
6 Ball Don't Lie Rice, Ray RB BAL
7 Bulletproof Tigers Wells, Beanie RB ARI
8 LandSharks Driver, Donald WR GB
9 Doushmonsters* Coles, Laveranues WR CIN
10 Vaughn-o-matic Cutler, Jay QB CHI
11 Big Papsmear Parker, Willie RB PIT
12 NYSackExchange Henry, Chris WR CIN
1 NYSackExchange Carlson, John TE SEA
2 Big Papsmear Stewart, Jonathan RB CAR
3 Vaughn-o-matic Berrian, Bernard WR MIN
4 Doushmonsters* Keller, Dustin TE NYJ
5 LandSharks Moss, Santana WR WAS
6 Bulletproof Tigers Ward, Derrick RB TB
7 Ball Don't Lie Breaston, Steve WR ARI
8 Ron Mexico: Redux Palmer, Carson QB CIN
9 Clamdyke Bars* Hester, Devin WR CHI
10 The Jackson 4 Mason, Derrick WR BAL
11 Hennekey Steelers DST
12 Shark Week* Bryant, Antonio WR TB
1 Shark Week* Winslow, Kellen TE TB
2 Hennekey Roethlisberger, Ben QB PIT
3 The Jackson 4 Moreno, Knowshon RB DEN
4 Clamdyke Bars* Giants DST
5 Ron Mexico: Redux Vikings DST
6 Ball Don't Lie Walter, Kevin WR HOU
7 Bulletproof Tigers Ginn Jr., Ted WR MIA
8 LandSharks White, LenDale RB TEN
9 Doushmonsters* Titans DST
10 Vaughn-o-matic Bush, Reggie RB NO
11 Big Papsmear Ravens DST
12 NYSackExchange Washington, Leon RB NYJ
1 NYSackExchange Jets DST
2 Big Papsmear* Shockey, Jeremy TE NO
3 Vaughn-o-matic Smith, Steve WR NYG
4 Doushmonsters* Gostkowski, Stephen K NE
5 LandSharks Benson, Cedric RB CIN
6 Bulletproof Tigers Harvin, Percy WR MIN
7 Ball Don't Lie Brown, Donald RB IND
8 Ron Mexico: Redux Sproles, Darren RB SD
9 Clamdyke Bars* Crosby, Mason K GB
10 The Jackson 4 Mendenhall, Rashard RB PIT
11 Hennekey Moore, Lance WR NO
12 Shark Week Hightower, Tim RB ARI
1 Shark Week Manning, Eli QB NYG
2 Hennekey Daniels, Owen TE HOU
3 The Jackson 4 Flacco, Joe QB BAL
4 Clamdyke Bars* Lewis, Jamal RB CLE
5 Ron Mexico: Redux Holt, Torry WR JAC
6 Ball Don't Lie Cowboys DST
7 Bulletproof Tigers Maclin, Jeremy WR PHI
8 LandSharks Patriots DST
9 Doushmonsters* Cassel, Matt QB KC
10 Vaughn-o-matic* Eagles DST
11 Big Papsmear Avery, Donnie WR STL
12 NYSackExchange Nicks, Hakeem WR NYG
1 NYSackExchange Sanchez, Mark QB NYJ
2 Big Papsmear Hasselbeck, Matt QB SEA
3 Vaughn-o-matic Favre, Brett QB MIN
4 Doushmonsters* Graham, Earnest RB TB
5 LandSharks Burleson, Nate WR SEA
6 Bulletproof Tigers Jones, Felix RB DAL
7 Ball Don't Lie Miller, Zach TE OAK
8 Ron Mexico: Redux Bironas, Rob K TEN
9 Clamdyke Bars* Jones, Julius RB SEA
10 The Jackson 4 Dolphins DST
11 Hennekey Washington, Nate WR TEN
12 Shark Week Buccaneers DST
1 Shark Week McGahee, Willis RB BAL
2 Hennekey Taylor, Chester RB MIN
3 The Jackson 4 Crabtree, Michael WR SF
4 Clamdyke Bars* Norwood, Jerious RB ATL
5 Ron Mexico: Redux Edwards, Trent QB BUF
6 Ball Don't Lie Chambers, Chris WR SD
7 Bulletproof Tigers Chargers DST
8 LandSharks Muhammad, Muhsin WR CAR
9 Doushmonsters* Jackson, Fred RB BUF
10 Vaughn-o-matic Taylor, Fred RB NE
11 Big Papsmear Gage, Justin WR TEN
12 NYSackExchange Celek, Brent TE PHI
1 NYSackExchange Packers DST
2 Big Papsmear McCoy, LeSean RB PHI
3 Vaughn-o-matic Longwell, Ryan K MIN
4 Doushmonsters* Bradshaw, Ahmad RB NYG
5 LandSharks Gould, Robbie K CHI
6 Bulletproof Tigers Delhomme, Jake QB CAR
7 Ball Don't Lie Elam, Jason K ATL
8 Ron Mexico: Redux Williams, Cadillac RB TB
9 Clamdyke Bars* Orton, Kyle QB DEN
10 The Jackson 4 Bruce, Isaac WR SF
11 Hennekey Rackers, Neil K ARI
12 Shark Week Crayton, Patrick WR DAL
1 Shark Week Akers, David K PHI
2 Hennekey James, Edgerrin RB SEA
3 The Jackson 4 Folk, Nick K DAL
4 Clamdyke Bars* Boss, Kevin TE NYG
5 Ron Mexico: Redux* Williams, Ricky RB MIA
6 Ball Don't Lie Shiancoe, Visanthe TE MIN
7 Bulletproof Tigers Kaeding, Nate K SD
8 LandSharks Campbell, Jason QB WAS
9 Doushmonsters* Morgan, Josh WR SF
10 Vaughn-o-matic Watson, Benjamin TE NE
11 Big Papsmear Brown, Kris K HOU
12 NYSackExchange Tynes, Lawrence K NYG
Wednesday, September 2, 2009
That's actually terrible. I've never been hit in the head with 95 mph fast ball. I'd probably wear the helmet from Space Balls if I knew it would protect me. I am happy to see that Wright made his way back before the 2010 season, in large part because he is on my fantasy team.
Speaking of Fantasy, huge draft tonight. Rich Keefe and Tristan Besse are both trying to become the 1st Owner/ GM to have his name on the plaque twice. It's the big time. I'll hit you with the draft results tonight/ tomorrow.