Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Super Bowl, vodka, and 2010 thoughts

Tomorrow morning at this time I'll be on a flight down to Ft. Lauderdale to begin the big Super Bowl weekend trip, courtesy of my win in the Buffalo Wild Wings All-Star Blogger league. Expect to see a decrease in fantasy football articles here over the next week - but a serious uptick in discussions of Super Bowl events. If that isn't your bag, then just duck out for a few days and I'll see you back here next week with lots of offseason analysis.

So let's move onto today's links for your last dose of fantasy footballness for the next few days:

  • Let's start this off by talking about the future. I'm enjoying reading FFManiazs' Dynasty Sleepers: Quarterbacks article - check it out for 5 young QBs with big potential.
  • Or take a look at Rotoworld's Top 50 Keepers (plus a little supplement on their Pancake Blocks blog with those Also receiving votes).
  • Also in a look ahead, FanHouse puts their Man of Intrigue series onto Julian Edelman - if you're a Pats fan or an Edelman fan you'll want to read up on what they have to say.
  • Want some thoughts on who might win the Super Bowl? Razzball writers are taking a stab at predicting the outcome of Sunday's game.
  • Or let's say you want a chance to take a stab at a bevy of prop bets and win some vodka? An obvious combination of course. Well then see what's going on over with The Definitive Dmbosstone's Prop Bet Challenge for the Super Bowl.
  • Or perhaps all you really want are some fantasy thoughts on this weekend's game - if so then mosey on over to FFToolbox's Who to Start Rankings/Projections.
  • Finally, if you're still here on the blog then you're probably well aware that crucial developments can happen during the postseason (or you're a member of my family who has zero interest in fantasy football but wants to hear all about my upcoming Super Bowl trip...) - and is here to help. Take a look at their Learning Fantasy from the NFL Playoffs for guys who have proven their worth during the month of January.

1 comment:

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