July 2009 Blog Postings

During a stop in Oakland, a young ventriloquist performs in front of a small crowd at a local club when he notices a VIP in the audience. "WOW, we've got a special guest this evening. Everyone, please welcome JaMarcus Russell from the Oakland Raiders!" The room breaks out in applause and the ventriloquist goes back to his skit, but this time he modifies his routine to include Russell.

ESPN is reporting that Brett Favre has informed Coach Brad Childress that he will stay retired.

Using FantasyFootballNerd's preseason fantasy football rankings, we're going to take a look at the rankings of the NFL's wide receivers. Most leagues require 2 or 3 wide receivers, so let's take a peek at what we can expect when your draft date comes.

The countdown is on to the start of training camp and the 2009 NFL Season, which means it's time to sharpen those pencils and get ready for another exciting season of fantasy football. Today we're going to take a look at the guys behind center and where each one should fall in your draft order.

FFN is useful for gauging the fantasy football world's take on preseason fantasy football rankings. Let's take a look at the workhorses of your fantasy league: running backs. A good running back should form the backbone of your team providing consistent scoring each week. There is no shortage of backs in the league so let's take a look at what we can expect when your draft date comes.

In less than 2 weeks time, we'll get the official word from Favre about his new home in Minnesota. What fantasy implications does this pose for you as you prepare for your drafts over the coming weeks? I'll give you my two cents up front and then let you decide.

Thousands of people used the FFN last year, so an obvious question this year is: who's the best drafter? Take the FFN Draft Challenge and show the world your drafting skills.

July 5, 2009

This morning, preseason draft rankings from Bruno Boys went live in the Nerd's production databases. Bruno Boys is one of the sites that I consider a must-have in my personal toolbox so I'm thrilled to see their rankings in the Nerd's search index.

I'm happy to announce that the Nerd's Fantasy Football FireFox extension has been approved by Mozilla for general release. Thanks to all who downloaded the experimental version.

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