The Fire Sale: Best and worst predictions from season that was
We've come to the end of another fantasy season. This will be my final Fire Sale of the year. Try and hold back the tears. I know it hurts.
Well, I made the finals of my primary fantasy league for the fourth straight year. This is a huge accomplishment because I've lost the previous three championship games by a total of 27 points. I'm on the verge of becoming the Buffalo Bills of fantasy football with a loss this week.
If you're also playing for a fantasy title, good luck. Although if you've followed this column and taken my advice all season you're probably long gone. Still, I hope you at least had a couple of good laughs along the way.
I figured with this being my final column of the season I would look back to the summer and go over some of my predictions. I hate those blowhards who pretend everything they say is right. I've never made that claim, so I like to look back and see where I deserve credit and where I dropped the ball. I'll go back to August, remind you of what I said at the time and explain why I was right or wrong.
Finally, I want to thank all of you for following the Fire Sale for another season. I appreciate the support and I hope you enjoyed the ride, even if you did take my advice and started Stevan Ridley against the Jets in Week 5.
I wish you all a great holiday and hopefully I'll see you again next season. If not, I've had a lot of fun over the past 12 years complaining about stuff and bashing bad coaches. It's been my pleasure to write the Fire Sale for you every week during the football season. Take care.
Now, on with the Fire Sale...