Tag Archives: Chris Johnson

Blog Wars Fantasy Football League – Draft Review (August 26, 2014)

On Tuesday, August 26, 2014, I participated in a fantasy football auction draft on Yahoo in a league called Blog Wars.  I do not typically like auction drafts for football, and this one was no exception.  I much prefer to fast pace of snake drafts, but this is a league I have been in for […]

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It’s Good to be JV vs. Screaming Psychopaths vs. In Pursuit of the Grail – 6 F.J. 51 (April 13, 2014) – Three-Way Fantasy Baseball Trade (M.Cabrera/C.Kershaw/C.Gonzalez)

SUPREME COURT OF FANTASY JUDGMENT It’s Good to be JV vs. Screaming Psychopaths vs. In Pursuit of the Grail ON PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI FROM THE COLLEGE AMIGOS FANTASY BASEBALL LEAGUE Decided April 13, 2014 Cite as 6 F.J. 51 (April 2014) Factual Background A rotisserie fantasy baseball league called the College Amigos Fantasy […]

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Passing Judgment: Fantasy Football – Grading the Pre-Season ESPN Top 25 Players

The NFL season is six weeks old which means we are almost halfway done with the fantasy football regular season. By this point, you have a good sense of what your team really is. But if you think back to July and August when you were preparing for your draft, you are probably both pleasantly […]

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Passing Judgment: The Fantasy Football Running Back Dilemma

Succeeding at fantasy football requires all of the stars to align for you over the course of a season.  Not only must you thoroughly prepare for your draft, but you must also accumulate depth, analyze bye weeks, avoid injuries, manage the waiver wire, be creative and intelligent with trades, and have a little Lady Luck […]

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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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Passing Judgment: The Unpredictability of Fantasy Baseball

So you think you know all there is to know about fantasy baseball?  I’ll bet that you think all of the days, weeks and months you invested absorbing information and preparing for your draft was well worth it.  There are dozens upon dozens of industry experts who proclaim to have “inside” information to be disseminated […]

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Coach Dennis’s Diary: Fantasy Baseball – Running into a Hot Team

Coach Dennis’s Diary – Running into a Hot Team By: Dennis Esser (@coachesser) It appears that my luck (or lack thereof) has followed me from fantasy football into fantasy baseball.  I feel I drafted a very solid team, but my early season results have been nothing to write home about.   I drafted Ryan Braun with […]

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Fantasy Baseball: The State of Play (Week 4)

The State of Play – Week 4 By: Kyle Brown (@CavghtLooking) Week 3 Report Card: Clay Buchholz: The enigmatic Boston pitcher continued to pitch well last week. He struck out ten Astros in seven innings of work. Seeing as how the start was against the Astros it has done nothing to change my mind about Buchholz. Trade […]

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Coach Dennis’s Diary – Fantasy Baseball: Surprises on the Waiver Wire

Coach Dennis’s Diary – Surprises on the Waiver Wire By: Dennis Esser (@coachesser) The call of the waiver wire is as irresistible as a Siren calling me towards a rocky shore.  I cannot help but peek constantly at all of the unwanted players that could be the key to a championship season. The songs are […]

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Fantasy Baseball: The State of Play (Week 3)

The State of Play – Week 3 By: Kyle Brown (@CavghtLooking) Week 2 Report Card: Paul Maholm: I was high on Maholm last week and his last start against the Pirates did nothing to change that. Maholm may have given up his first run of the season versus the Bucs, but he struck out 5 […]

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