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Sigh, McJayGate continues...

I can't escape the McJayGate talk - it's too much even for this NFL headlines-lovin', Broncos-lovin' fan. Enough already - make the trade happen if it's going to happen. So I'll leave you with just one Jay Cutler link from the Denver Post with some speculations about other QBs we could acquire.
  • I'm far from convinced that L.J. Smith is an upgrade from perennially injured Todd Heap, but hey, why not pile on the questionably productive TEs in Baltimore? As Rosenthal points out, this move essentially cancels out any fantasy value for either player.
  • Fantasyfootball.com has finished up their mock draft for the 2009 fantasy football season going all the way through the 14th round for a 12-team league.
  • The Bruno Boys have some Dwayne Bowe lovin' for the 2009 season - read Bowe in for Big Year in 2009? for reasons why you're going to want to turn to him come draft day. I'd be pretty pleased with Bowe as my WR2, though I would like to see some concrete evidence of his chemistry with Cassel before I get too excited about him.
  • Are you a Bills fan? Or maybe just want to get the offseason scoop on their acquisition of T.O. and Lynch's suspension situation? Take a look at SportingNews.com's Grading the offseason: Buffalo Bills.
Finally, kudos to my sister for this great March Madness link - if you're in need of some bracket advice, look no further my friends. Try Bracketology 101 for some expert bracket counsel; these guys have an impressive track record. I'd also recommend scoping out Accuscore's Rules of Thumb for Picking your Bracket.

Enjoy the start of the tourney!

Comments

bigboid said…
Sigh, another news story for your growing file on McJayGate:

http://views.washingtonpost.com/theleague/nflnewsfeed/2009/03/more-testiness-in-denver.html

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