Tag Archives: Baltimore Ravens

Polcats vs. Gina Juice – 5 F.J. 253 (November 3, 2013) – Fantasy Football Trade Review (E.Manuel/B.Pierce/B.Weeden)

SUPREME COURT OF FANTASY JUDGMENT Polcats vs. Gina Juice ON PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI FROM THE LEAGUE OF CHAMPIONS Decided November 3, 2013 Cite as 5 F.J. 253 (November 2013) Factual Background A fantasy football league called The League of Champions (hereinafter referred to as “LOC”) is a non-keeper, non-PPR (points per reception) league […]

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Polcats vs. Packrat – 5 F.J. 243 (October 25, 2013) – Fantasy Football Trade Dispute (S.Smith/D.Woodhead/C.Keenum)

SUPREME COURT OF FANTASY JUDGMENT Polcats vs. Packrat ON PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI FROM THE LEAGUE OF CHAMPIONS Decided October 25, 2013 Cite as 5 F.J. 243 (October 2013) Factual Background A fantasy football league called The League of Champions (hereinafter referred to as “LOC”) is a non-keeper, non-PPR (points per reception) league hosted […]

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Passing Judgment: Peyton Manning is the Man

Seven touchdown passes and 462 yards.  It was a fantasy football player’s dream (or nightmare if you were playing against him or left him on your bench) to see Manning put up Madden 25-like statistics in Thursday night’s NFL Kickoff game.  I for one was tormented because Manning is both on one of my fantasy […]

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Fantasy Football: Fantasy Trade 411 Non-PPR Mock Draft Review

On August 5, 2013, I participated in a 12-team non-PPR fantasy football mock draft hosted by Nick Raducanu of Fantast Trade 411 for inclusion in his upcoming draft guide.  I had the pleasure of drafting with some of the best fantasy football experts in the industry which led to some interesting trash-talking and a few […]

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On the Docket – January 29, 2013

We are now less than a week away from Super Bowl XLVII which is being billed as the “Harbowl” or “Harbaugh Bowl.”  But don’t try and make money selling merchandise or paraphenalia using those phrases.  Besides the biggest sporting event of the year being just days away, there is a lot going on in the […]

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Passing Judgment: NFL Playoff Predictions (Divisional Round)

We are now down to eight teams remaining in the NFL playoffs on the way towards Super Bowl 47.  I correctly picked all four games during the Wild Card round, so now I must maintain the momentum in order to fulfill my prediction of a Green Bay Packers championship after they defeat the Denver Broncos.  […]

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Passing Judgment – NFL Playoff Predictions

With the NFL playoffs scheduled to begin this week, I took a look back at my predictions made before the season started which are posted at http://fantasyjudgment.com/passing-judgment-2011-nfl-predictions.  My predictions were generally ok, but I missed the boat big time with some teams.  I made these selections before knowing that Peyton Manning needed another surgery that […]

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NFL Five Game Parlay – Week 15

Here are my picks for the Fantasy Alarm NFL Five Game Parlay for Week 15: 1. Dallas (-7) over Tampa Bay.  If Jacksonville can score 41 points against Tampa Bay, then Dallas can score 72.  The Cowboys are in a must-win situation and should have no trouble demolishing a Bucs team that has lost 7 […]

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NFL Five Game Parlay – Week 11

This week I didn’t make any stupid bets like last week’s pedicure.  Here are my picks for the Fantasy Alarm Five Game Parlay for Week 11 of the NFL season: NY Jets (+5.5) over Denver.  Rex Ryan is the antichrist of the NFL and Tim Tebow is like Jesus.  I smell a holy war in […]

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John Doe vs. Richard Roe – 3 F.J. 197 (October 29, 2011) – Fantasy Football Collusion

SUPREME COURT OF FANTASY JUDGMENT John Doe vs. Richard Roe ON PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI FROM AN ANONYMOUS FANTASY FOOTBALL LEAGUE Decided October 29, 2011 Cite as 3 F.J. 197 (October 2011) Factual Background An anonymous fantasy football league (hereinafter referred to as “the league”) has been in existence since 2009 and is comprised […]

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