I managed to stay up for the entirety of Monday Night Football last night and was rewarded with a pretty entertaining 4th quarter. Other than the over usage of The Sheriff nickname, last night's game was surprisingly good. Perhaps that's just because I enjoy seeing Peyton do his thing. For a Knoxville, TN native like my husband though, last night was a battle of QBs with Knoxville connections with Pennington from the area and Peyton a Tennessee grad.
But enough looking back on last night...I've got a big day ahead. Wish me luck - I've got a job interview with an academic library here in NYC. I also am chatting with the Fantasy Football Tonight guys (Tuesday edition) at around 10:15 PM eastern, so tune in if you can.
Now let's scope out today's links...
- Lots of injuries out there like Jason Campbell's sprained foot, Brett Favre's bent fingernail, and Frank Gore's sprained ankle - none of those seem like they'll cause any lineup issues for FFers. But heads up Matt Hasselbeck and Mike Bell owners - you might want to consider replacement players.
- FantasySharks.com's On the Rise, On the Fall takes a look at some players whose stock is changing. Good trade fodder here, though I do like to wait until Week 3 games have passed before making too many trades. Perhaps I lose out on some value by waiting but I'm a firm believer in giving teams a chance to evolve early in the season.
- A few waiver wire links for you:
- KFFL's Waiver Wire - Week 3 by position (opens to QB)
- The Hazean's Waiver Wire Adds
- Hatty Waiver Wire Guru's weekly video with waiver wire advice for Week 3
- Another video - NFL.com's Week 3 waiver wire report
- Fantasy Hulks' Waiver World
- Love Rotoworld's Making a Statement. Figure out whose performances you can panic over and which guys still have a promising season to come.
- Finally, I kept hitting refresh on FFToday, hoping that their Fantasy Strength of Schedule would be available until I realized that today is Tuesday not Wednesday (the day their SoS is available). I thought I'd remark on this since that clearly shows my love for their SoS, which I will absolutely be linking to tomorrow. Until then, why not peruse their site for other gems?