Meet the forgotten studs, QB tiers, last-minute advice, more
I must be crazy to be part of 13 real fantasy leagues this fall. That's 13 leagues of last-minute lineup changes in September, 13 leagues of stressful wheeling-and-dealing before the November trade deadlines and 13 leagues of agonizing over RB/WR-flex options during the playoff weeks of December.
However, there is one positive aspect from spreading myself too thin for September-December: I get to open today's Clicks with a listing of fantasy all-stars who -- for whatever reason -- don't belong to any of my 2010 squads:
Quarterbacks are the make-or-break assets of fantasy football, but they're not all created equal. To wit, the QB tier system for fantasy drafts:
Here are CBSSports.com's QB projections for this season -- detailing the 14 signal-callers who will rack up at least
Peyton Manning, Colts
One good turn deserves another. Here are the revised RB tiers for fantasy drafts:
I don't know how this came to fruition, but the people at
Today's CYQ comes by special request, courtesy of
I had a great experience on Tuesday night, partaking in a difficult 14-team draft with a group of lifelong friends from Michigan (along with a few special invitees). I label it
Here are the first three rounds of Tuesday's 14-teamer:
Today's Clicks marks the last of the preseason editions, which means we'll hit the ground running with Week 1 and seasonlong predictions on Wednesday. So get your rest (and drive safely) over the holiday break.
We have more SI fantasy videos to promote. For the wide receivers vignette, obviously
You wouldn't believe the number of Tweets I've received from fantasy owners, begging for sage advice moments before -- or