Tuesday, August 25, 2009

New contest winner + new site!

It's that time of the week, friends. Time to announce the Preseason Week 2 contest winner...last week I asked for guesses at the receiver with the most receiving yards during the preseason week 2 games. And we've got a winner: Larry Dalton (aka RapidBucFan of Conference 2 in the FFLibrarian League). Congrats on targeting the right wide receiver for this week's contest, Larry! Larry suggested that Troy Williamson would bring in 98 yards this past week and while he underestimated Williamson ever so slightly, Williamson was the lead receiver this week with 147 yards. Larry's prize is a season-long subscription to FFXtreme and all its many tools and wiley ways to keep you at the top of your league.

For the preseason week 3 games, I'm looking for guesses at the quarterback with the most passing yards - if you're interested in winning your own FFXtreme subscription, e-mail me with your QB guess and the number of passing yards you think he'll have. I'm only looking at passing yards so don't worry about sending QB rushing yards or TDs.

In the meantime, I have a new site to send your way - and it's pretty awesome. Check out The Lead Pipe Lock and its "omatic fantasy prognosticator" machine. Two of my favorite articles here are the Rough Starts/Best Starts for both WRs and RBs. Of course if you're in the mood for sleepers, look no further than the omatic's 2009 sleepers.

3 comments:

Top Fantasy Football said...

Adding to the list of sleepers I just drafted in my 18 team league. Chris Henry went way late and with the way he is playing versus the way Coles is playing Henry could possibly unseat Coles for the starting job. But even he doesn't Henry will post great numbers this year.

Anonymous said...

Is there anything sexier than a chick who can talk FF like this?...

oMatic said...

Henry is popular, but don't go too early regardless of what you see on HBO. Remember your friends watch Hard Knocks too.

All kidding aside, Henry has a few tough matchups against Chris Carr twice, Stanford Routt and Antoine Cason. NO rookie matchups or easy ones all season. Unless he changes positions or even in an injury situation, he may have value. Let him fall to you in the late rounds and hope he doesn't beat up a mascot or something and ruin yet another chance.