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Never go in against a librarian...

...when blogging is on the line. Okay, so that was kind of a crappy repurposing of the Princess Bride quote, but I must confess that The Hazean and I have made a bit of a wager on who will win the Broncos v. Saints game here in Denver this weekend. The Hazean has written all about it so let's just say I plan to have The Hazean guest blogging here on the FFLibrarian about how awesome the Broncos offense is. That will be the first time I've ever had a guest blogger on the site and I can't think of a better reason than this. Let's hope I'm not getting too cocky here...

And in other afternoon news:
  • Thigpen (seriously, I know this guys has probably heard this all his life but all I think of is Pigpen from Peanuts) will be the Chiefs' starting QB this week while Gus Frerotte will be the Vikings' starting QB for the rest of the season. Frerotte was already in 3rd grade when I was born so while I find this perhaps an upgrade from Jackson, it's hardly something to be psyched about.
  • And my column with the Bruno Boys' A Librarian's Touch is up - Forecasting Streaky Players where I touch on guys like Anthony Fasano and Isaac Bruce who have been quite up and down so far this season.


Anonymous said…
This site rocks! Librarians rule!
Anonymous said…
I am conflicted: I love this website & I want to sign the Librarian's praises from the highest mountaintop, but I don't want the folks in my leagues to have the knowledge I have & I don't want to post links to her site on my music board 'cause I'm affraid of too many horses asses coming here. My mom always said to share....what should I do???
Thanks for the love, jackal and anon. Jackal, your enthusiasm for librarians is much appreciated. Anon, feel no pressure to share the site - I understand your sentiments and am personally sorry that my good friend, Ethan, who is in several of my leagues, reads my blog daily. So do what you must - this is ultimately about winning your league, no? :)
Anonymous said…
Thanks FFL! Lots of Love!

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