Are all of you Pats/Packers/Giants/Bolts fans out there getting psyched up for this weekend or what? I have to say that it’s a little sad to think about the football season dwindling down for the year. It’s tough. I won’t know what do with myself on Sundays – that could be a good thing, really, considering it is ski season in Colorado.
FF Librarian now has a presence on Facebook - I'm excited about this and am hoping that those of you with Facebook profiles might check it out and possibly become a "fan" of Fantasy Football Librarian if you're so inclined. The page is a little different than the personal profiles that I'm used to, so I may be giving you erroneous information, but this link should take you to the FF Librarian page where I believe once you log in, you can become a fan. No pressure of course, just something to consider.
Anyway, let’s get to some resources and thoughts for this weekend's games…
- This link was provided in a comment yesterday, but I thought it was worth reposting here, too. Check out Fantasy Sports Matrix’s Potential Sleepers for NFL Championship Weekend. I must say, FSM is one of the few places where I’ve seen any sort of commentary on who to start or sit in several weeks…so thanks FSM!
- Looking for ways that the Chargers and Giants might get an upset? Leave the work to Accuscore analyst Stephen Oh who ran some simulations of the matchups to see what exactly it will take - read AFC Conference Championships and NFC Conference Championships for the details.
- How do the remaining teams' offensive lines look? Arguing that it was the o-lines that helped the Chargers and Giants win last week, SI's Walking the Line ranks the final four o-lines.
- A couple of interesting notes for the 2008 season for you from Rotoworld's NFL Headlines section – Jon Kitna will enter training camp as the Lions’ starting QB but there’s no guarantee he’ll hang onto the role. And Seahawks beat blogger feels there's no way that Shaun Alexander will stay with Seattle in 2008 - plus will Deion Branch see any action at all in 2008?
- For more thoughts from Rotoworld, check out Gregg Rosenthal's Receiving Attention article on where WRs ended up at the end of the 2007 season. Gregg has divided the receivers up into tiers, which I find to be particularly helpful.
- Bruno Boys has their next installment of their the good, the bad and the ugly series up - "The Good" - Wide Receivers
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