I'm surrounded by a pile of really exciting paperwork right now - seriously, such a thing does exist. It's our settlement documents for our upcoming closing on our condo in Boulder. And I'm psyched. I'm off to seek out a notary here in NYC so that I can zip those documents back to Boulder. Exciting times, my football friends!
Other exciting things are happening - just take a look at the links below for the latest on the football scene:
- The Hazean has created a list of Top 11 Touchdown Vultures for the 2009 - dudes you'll want to keep an eye on as you draft.
- Lots of rankings out there - take a look at Fantasy Football Oasis and their positional rankings. This link will take you to their standard re-draft rankings but they also have PPR rankings, dynasty rankings, and IDP rankings...and every possible combination of those types of rankings.
- More rankings from the Fantasy Football Cafe - positional rankings only.
- And I know I've linked to these rankings before, but don't forget to check out FFToolbox's updated rankings.
- My final rankings link - Ultimate Fantasy Football Strategy has positional rankings up for both PPR and non-PPR leagues.
- If you're into tiers (and who isn't?) take a look at FantasySharks.com's Tiering-Up Quarterbacks.
- Those who are participating in the FFLibrarian monster league with me might be interested in FFToolbox's Deep WRs and Deep RBs for recommendations.
- And since I can't get enough of FFToolbox today - one more link to a quality article from them for those of you in auction leagues - Auction Drafting: Under Priced Players.
- Hatty Waiver Wire Guru has some offensive thoughts up on the AFC East - find out which players are starters, back-ups, sleepers, and "don't bother" types.
- And finally, if you don't know the name Ma'ake Kemoeatu yet, you'll want to read this article from FantasyPros911 to see how the loss of IDP Kemoeatu might mean good things for opposing offenses.