Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Keeping an eye out for Tebow

We're headed out of town for a long weekend to visit friends back in Boulder, Colorado - I'll be back in the land of my Broncos! - so I've been running around like crazy this week and have been slacking on the blog front. My apologies for the small number of posts this week. Let's get right to today's links:

  • Yahoo!'s Stock Watch: NFL Draft fallout has a great look at players whose value is on the upswing, downturn, and holding steady. Good read to get your mind focused on the 2010 season, especially if you're just now getting back into fantasy football mode.
  • This time of year, half the fantasy battle is knowing who the starters are going to be. takes a look at QB stories: Five most intriguing signal-caller situations. Now call me crazy but I actually think Delhomme might be the man in Cleveland for most, if not all, of the year - and I don't think he'll suck. At least not like he did in '09.
  • I love what Brian Burke over at Advanced NFL Stats pulls together and the Fifth Down highlights his latest metric - an attempt to create a stat that measure defensive playmakers - in A Revolution in Defensive Football Statistics?
  • FFToolbox has their dynasty rankings up listed by position - RBs, QBs, WRs, and TEs.
  • All this talk about the various teams that Brian Westbrook is visiting (Redskins now Broncos) may have you wondering about LeSean McCoy. Good thing Dr U Fantasy Football Guru has a brand new player profile up for McCoy.
  • If I was forced to swing by just one fantasy website a day, I think this time of year in particular my go-to site would be Rotoworld. Those guys just never stop. Today's post to Pancake Blocks is a preview from their draft mag's Injury Watch.
  • Want a dose of sleeper picks? Try either FFToolbox's 2010 Fantasy Football Sleepers.
  • FFXtreme wins the award for earliest Week 1 advice...unreal! They already have some start/bench advice up for a few Week 1 games if you're super eager to get the ball rolling on the season.
  • For a look back in time at the 3rd Year Wide Receiver Breakout Rule and some general thoughts on how this might not really be much of a "rule" after all, see what the guys at have to say.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

sweet, thanks for the third year WR link! you are awesome! (yes i am assuming you listened to my one suggestion i made and couldn't have possibly made the decision to include it on your own or because of multiple requests:))