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Trent Green, Mock Drafts, and the Stellar Foot of Mason Crosby

It's official. Fantasy Football 2007 is near. This morning the commish of two of my leagues sent out the "click here to join the league" e-mail and I'm so ready. Let the domination begin. The following are a random assortment of fantasy items that caught my attention.

1. The rest of Fabiano's offseason review is here - NFC North, NFC South, NFC West. For the other reviews, check out this earlier Fantasy Football Librarian blog posting.

2. Still wondering about the fantasy implications of Trent Green moving to Miami - read on with's Greener Pastures.

3. Or maybe you're wondering how your draft would go if today was Draft Day? Check out The Huddle's Mock Draft #2.

4. Ahh the kicker. I have won and lost match-ups thanks to the freakin' here you have it, the 2007 fantasy kicker rankings from As a Boulder girl, I'd like to point out the awesomeness of Mason Crosby [photo: CU Athletics Dept]. This man is amazing at what he does. Last year I went to the annual Univ of Colorado/Colorado State Univ game at Invesco Field. The best part of the game? Watching Mason Crosby kick a 61-yarder like he'd done it a million times (probably had) was a spectacular thing. Technically, that FG didn't count since CSU apparently called a time out pre-snap; when Crosby attempted the kick again, it missed to the left. But this man is amazing and will be taking over at Green Bay this fall.


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