I am wearing the sucker dunce cap this week.
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I am wearing the sucker dunce cap this week.
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I had a good feeling that the San Francisco 49ers would struggle a little bit in the early weeks of this NFL season, what with Michael Crabtree and Mario Manningham both not expected to play until at least Week 7.
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It seems like things got back to normal in Week 2 of this NFL season, with many of the guys who we expect to be our fantasy football anchors performing like they should every single week in our silly, warped minds.
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In case you’re new to the party, every Tuesday during the NFL season, I like to open the floor in <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/tag/fantasy-football-support-group/" target="_blank">this Fantasy Football Support Group</a> to everyone to talk about their fantasy football losses and failures, because I’m the rare person who likes hearing about your fantasy football teams.
As you're preparing for your fantasy football drafts, don't forget the most important thing: Your team name. FXX's 'The League" has a lot of suggestions.
Welcome to Day 3 of my annual With Leather Fantasy Football Draft Guide (For People Who Don’t Want To Look Like Complete Idiots In Their First Drafts And/Or Want To Take Advantage Of The Homers And Marks In Their Leagues By Making Smart Picks), and today’s topic is the third easiest position to draft – behind <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/2013/08/the-with-leather-fantasy-football-guide-how-to-pick-the-right-running-backs-for-you" target="_blank">running backs</a> and <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/2013/08/the-with-leather-fantasy-football-draft-guide-how-to-pick-the-qb-of-your-dreams" target="_blank">quarterbacks</a> – the wide receiver.
Now that we have the fourth easiest part of drafting your fantasy football team out of the way – <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/2013/08/the-with-leather-fantasy-football-draft-guide-how-to-pick-the-qb-of-your-dreams" target="_blank">picking the right quarterback for you</a> – it’s time to move on to the most important part, which is drafting multiple running backs that will last you the majority of the season and will provide you the least amount of mental anguish as you try to defeat the other people in your league who probably had a better first round pick and therefore got one of the elite RBs.
Welcome, ladies and mostly gentlemen, to the <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/tag/burnsys-bad-advice" target="_blank">67th annual installment of the With Leather Guide To Not Looking Like A Total Moron When Drafting Your Fantasy Football Team</a>, in which I offer you totally unqualified advice on how to draft your fantasy team and which players you should pick this season.
Chances are that as you read this you’re either setting your fantasy football lineup for your league’s championship game, or you’re curled up in the fetal position in a puddle of your own filth, wondering how it all went wrong.
The 10 most popular 'The League' inspired fantasy football names in ESPN fantasy leagues.
Chances are that this week was either your last shot at making your fantasy football league’s playoffs or it may have even been the first round for some of us, but either way it’s safe to say that the dependables did their thing and the risky guys probably didn’t.
I’ve had a joke going with several friends over the past few weeks that Calvin Johnson has helped put the Madden Curse to rest, while we’re starting to see the emergence of an all new and much more powerful NFL demon – the Thursday Night Football QB Curse.
The toughest part of the Thanksgiving week of NFL action for us fantasy football addicts has to be the three days off between games.
My favorite part of this past fantasy football Sunday was a Tweet from ESPN’s resident guy who points out the obvious, Darren Rovell, about Jacksonville Jaguars QB Chad Henne only being owned in.
Last week, we kicked off the first installment of the With Leather Fantasy Football Support Group, because Week 9 made perfect sense.
Katy Perry's "Wide Awake" re-imagined as the most depressing fantasy football anthem ever.
Doug Martin had 8 carries for 31 yards heading into halftime of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ 42-32 win over the Oakland Raiders.