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The road goes on forever and the offseason prep never ends

If you're a regular reader and haven't caught on to the schedule switch going on here on FFLibrarian, just a quick heads up that I'll mostly be posting at night now for awhile as I get adjusted to my new job schedule. Also my posts might slow down a bit in the offseason, but never fear my fantasy football fiends, there's always something to write about!

So right now I'm taking a break from the Olympics (and staring at Dick Button's absolutely immense shoes) to get some links up for you...nah, who am I kidding, there's no such thing as a break from the Olympics, not when you're playing fantasy Olympics...I even watched curling at the gym today, that's how into the Olympics I am.

Let's jump right into tonight's link wrap-up:
  • I remember reading Rotoworld's thoughts on small schools in past years - always appreciated since there are gems that come out of smaller programs and we'd all be a little better off knowing their names: Small School Prospects.
  • Other thoughts about this year's draft class come from CBSSports.com's Combine preview: What to watch for at Indy show.
  • If your mind is on the draft then you'll want to swing by FFToolbox - they do a great job of providing mock drafts basically constantly from now until the big weekend, like this one from Ben Standig, one of my favorite FFToolbox writers.
  • I also highly recommend Sports Buff's look at IDP updates if you're playing in a league with individual defenders and you're trying to sniff out some early 2010 defender dudes.
  • If you're looking for some other 2010 insider scoops, head on over to FanHouse's The Next Miles Austin - head on over to see who they have pegged for a big breakout season in 2010.
  • More breakout dudes, this time of the QB variety, from Rotoworld's Dark Horse QBs?
  • Or see why Hatty Waiver Wire Guru has Pierre Garcon in his top 15 WRs next season.

Comments

bigboid said…
Sarah,

I didn't catch that you found employment there in NYC... congrats! Keep up the good work! Looked like you had all kinds of fun at the Super Bowl.

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