Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Making the O-Line Grade

Greetings, FF fans. Great news for all - football season is another day closer. Last night I woke up in a cold sweat from a nightmare that I foolishly somehow drafted a TE in round 1. Maybe that was just me (yes, honestly), but I know the rest of you are just as pumped for the arrival of the 2007 football season. So let's welcome it in with some Training Camp Previews from Fanball.

Looking for a little insight on the defensive side? Bruno Boys provides a list of 3 sleeper defenses in their article Bruno Boys Crystal Ball: Three Sleeper Fantasy Defenses.

Many of you liked the offensive line rankings that I've linked to in the past; so if you're in the market for more, check out ProFantasySports.com's Offensive Line Report - they provide not only a quick letter grade for each of the 32 lines but also a more in-depth summary for a handful of teams such as the Lions, Colts, and Chiefs. This article is part of PFS's Draft Kit, which is not only free (thanks PFS!) but is also shaping up to be extremely informative. You can find just about any ranking you want here - keeper/dynasty, rookie, IDP, Top 200, positional rankings, whatever. And for you college football lovers, there's a substantial section devoted to college fantasy info (personal side note: there are two Northwestern players on the list of Top 200 college players - this doesn't sound like a lot, but trust me, as an alum that actually expects good things out of the Wildcats, I'm excited to see it [Tyrell Sutton photo: Darron Cummings, AP]).

1 comment:

FantasyFootballGoat said...

Thanks for referencing my "3 Sleeper Defenses" article over on the Bruno Boys page. Glad you liked it enough to share. Feel free to do that all the time. :)

Also, is there any way I can email you? I had a few things I wanted to run by you.

If you want, you can use the contact page on my blog (use link above)to contact me.

- Corey K