Tomorrow afternoon my husband and I are hopping on a plane for a long weekend spent with family. I'll be in eastern Ohio in a rather remote and unfriendly cell phone spot, which might actually be really good for relaxing. But not so good for FFLibrarian blogging. I'll be back on Monday with the usual links. And in the meantime, keep the feedback on your favorite host site for fantasy football coming my way, as well as any suggestions you have for making this blog more helpful for you this year.
Let's scope out today's links:
- I've got another mock draft for you but before we get to it, take a look at Rapid Draft's look at how/why one can use mock drafting to hone their drafting craft - Mock-draft season has its value.
- And onto the mock, this one from FFToolbox who does an expert mock each month of the summer. I dig the sentence or two of commentary on each pick. Makes this mock particularly helpful in my book.
- If you're thinking mocks and wondering where everyone is falling from an average draft position perspective, you'll find Footballguys.com's chart quite helpful. They pull together ADPs from several awesome sources including their own crew of experts.
- Lester's Legends has been doing a solid job of providing team-by-team previews and on his alphabetical journey through the league he's made his way to the KC Chiefs. The ranking of fantasy options is a nice feature here.
- If you're curious about Malcolm Floyd's value this year then look no further than Razzball's assessment of his 2010 potential in Malcolm Floyd in the Middle.
- Take a look at SI's coverage of the possible addition of two-regular season games in their NFL, union officials meet to discuss 18-game regular season article.
- I heart offensive line rankings, so thank you FFToolbox for bringing us your o-line team grades (including separate grades for each team's run blocking and pass blocking abilities) and commentary.