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  • Matt 8:00 pm on August 7, 2009 Permalink  

    Giants WR Situation a Fantasy Quagmire 

    And not the giggity kind, sadly. When a team’s quarterback signs a contract to become the highest-paid player in NFL history, you’d think that his receivers would be fantasy gold, but that’s hardly the case in New York with both of last year’s starters out of the picture. Perhaps by the end of this season, if Eli’s paycheck is justified, one or both of the starting Giants receivers will be considered among the fantasy elite. At this point, though, it’s far from certain which of them will even be the starters by the end of the season. Hence the following poll…

    Who wins the 2011 FFGeekBlog.com Bowl?

    • Brandon (57%, 4 Votes)
    • Matt (43%, 3 Votes)

    Total Voters: 7

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  • Brandon 9:53 am on August 7, 2009 Permalink

    After publishing the kicker rankings, the initial version of all of our cheat sheets are now available, so make sure to take a look. We’ll be updating them continuously until the beginning of the season, so keep checking back for updates and feel free to make comments when you agree or disagree!

  • Brandon 9:43 am on August 7, 2009 Permalink
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    Kicker rankings for 2009 

    Unless you feel you absolutely need a top ranked kicker, you should probably wait until one of the last couple rounds of your draft and take the best guy available. It’s usually easier to play the waiver wire from week-to-week to fill your kicker spot on your roster anyways, depending on the match-ups and weather report. Either way though, here’s the list. Make sure to check out our other cheat sheets here.

    1. Ryan Longwell, MIN – The Vikings will get into enemy territory a lot on the back of Adrian Peterson, but if Purple Jesus can’t punch it in, Longwell will be there to clean up the mess.
    2. David Akers, PHI
    3. Stephen Gostkowski, NE – He was the top kicker last year, but with Brady back, I envision more PAT’s and less FG’s.
    4. Jason Elam, ATL
    5. Nate Kaeding, SD
    6. Robbie Gould, CHI – Cutler should get them into field goal range more often than Orton did.
    7. Mason Crosby, GB
    8. Rob Bironas, TEN
    9. Nick Folk, DAL
    10. Rian Lindell, BUF – Hopefully the addition of T.O. will mean more trips into the red-zone and more opportunities for Lindell.
    11. (More …)

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