- Am I glad I started Bernard Scott for one of my bye week fillers today? Yes I am. Scott just put Cincy back on top with a short TD run. – Matt Cassel just threw his fourth TD pass of the game… Steve Breaston caught his second of the game. The Chiefs take the [...]
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As we approach the start to the regular season and rosters begin to finalize, we get a better idea of where players belong based not only on talent, but on opportunity.
Return men. They used to be a major part of a team’s thought process when cutting down to 53 players, but now with the kickoffs being moved up to the 35 yard line, we’re going to see more touchbacks than we’ve ever seen, which means kickoff returners might be a thing of the past. Well, not exactly, but you know what I mean.
As we approach the start to the regular season and roster begin to finalize, we get a better idea of where players belong based not only on talent, but on opportunity.
Well, my favorite draft has come and gone… and it’s not even a draft after all. It’s and auction. I guess I should have said “draft night” has come and gone for my favorite league. It’s called the 2011 SOFA Expert’s Auction League, and it’s a straight, 18-round, $200 cap auction without IDPs.
Over the course of the next few months, FantasyFootball.com is going to be answering a select few email questions each week and present them to you in “article format”.
The best thing about working for a fantasy football company is that I get to participate in a ton of drafts (and a few auctions). I usually average around 10 drafts per year… sometimes more sometimes less.
The free agent frenzy has slowly begun to quiet, though there are still a few guys out there worth mentioning. As things begin to calm, I wanted to take this chance to let you know where several of these big-name free agents have landed and what type of fantasy impact they might have.