Friday, August 25, 2006

LOCKERROOM NFL FFB PREVIEW - part 1



Ah, summer. Ice cream cones, halter tops, sailboats, that insect buzz of hot lazy days that just makes you want to stick a long strand of grass between your teeth and be ten years old again, waiting for the 5th call to supper. Rumors of the world climate going nuts had plenty of added proof with Minny reaching a buck-ten & we here in the high desert receiving more rainfall in the last month than in the previous five years combined. But strangely enough, to a fantasy football nut, summer means more what it promises for the fall than anything else. The LOCKERROOM training camp has had its share of personnel changes, holdouts, loafers, trusty vets getting their game faces on. The Gang of Four is taking it slow so we have summin for the regular season, so I thought I'd start our season preview with the view of a Fanball regular who was nice enough to share his thoughts; a new member of our season staff; and our Pete Rose, the guy who runs out every play. I asked each of them for their picks in LR's favorite categories: Studs, Duds, Sleepers, Snoozers (players who might be overlooked but are the meat & potatoes of a roster), Players I'd Trade Up For, Players You Wont See On My Roster. First Up:

CIGGY - His penchant for lists is behind the very origins of this blog, so we are honored to have him kick off our season preview.

Just for the record as much as I like to make lists I seem to suck at them. It might have to do with trying to go against the grain, or maybe I'm just not as FF savvy as I think I am.

STUDS :

QB :
T.Brady - Once again he will have a ton of yards, so this goes double for yardage heavy leagues. Also for those that have negative points, I like Brady not to make a lot of mistakes.
M.Bulger - He might get hurt again but I would take that risk. Even if leagues give out negative points for INTS and FUM, Bulger puts up monster numbers.
P.Manning - You have to put him on this list, double so because of no Edge.
C.Palmer - Hurt. Not hurt. I don't care, this kids going to be a FF god. And at least for a couple of more years he will have Housh and CJ to throw the rock to.
D.Culpepper - Sure the guy's called Cpep and he gets his 'roll on' but up until last year he was the man. With Chambers at his side look for Daunte to return to form. Of coarse he might not be able to move any more so this is a big risk/big reward pick.

RB :
L.Johnson - You can't go wrong with the KC run game and LJ, I don't care who they lost in the off season.
LT - Yeah he might be hurt when you need him most, and a lot of people hate the idea of not having their stud for the big dance. But you have to first show up to the dance to have a chance, and this guy has the car keys.
C.Portis - I won't lie, I kind of have a hard-on for this guy so take this with a grain of salt, but Portis will be top 3 for years to come. And by years I mean about 3 more because Gibbs is going to run him into the ground. Oh and you can't go wrong with the KC run game.

WR :
S.Smith - Might not finish at the top again, but there is a good chance. The guy is a machine, ask Da Bears #1 D. Also you can't argue the fact that Mr. Delhomme has created the top 2 WRs in the last two years; he might not be a FF stud, but no one in the NFL can stop him from lockin onto his main target.
T.Holt - If you're not next to Holt in FF points then you're not at the top. And all the black wikkids go, Nufced.
M.Harrison - Here’s the deal, the guy is still money and they just lost one of the better backs in the game. Manning knows how to make up for that loss, and its called Marvin.
A.Boldin - Ok call me crazy, Boldin better then Fitz? You're out of your mind! Hear me out first. Fitz scores a lot from inside the 20's and with Edge in town he's going to want a piece of that action. Mean while well DB's are keeping Edge in check, the best run-after-catch WR in the game is going to have a field day. It will be like NS and excuses...endless.
C.Chambers - With out Cpep and the 'roll-on' this kid had 11 TD's last year, I say make that 14 and give him a best in the biznas title. Of coarse this only works with my Cpep pick.

DUDS :

QB :
Bears/Jets - You are asking yourself what that means. It means that if a QB plays for one of these teams this year, stay the hell away.
B.Johnson - Without any WRs Brad can still find a way to win NFL games. But in no way does that translate into any thing for your FF squad.
P.Rivers - You will know its bad when instead of LT throwing for 3 TDs he throws for 10. The LT / Gates hook up will be big time this year.

RB :
SA - Yeah, yeah, I know, I'm still crazy. But for where this guy is going to go in the draft, you could have had better. I am not usually one for unsound methods, but being on Madden and having the Seahawks loss the SB he just kind of scares me. I am not saying he will fall off the earth, but being out of the top 7 isn't out of the question.
W.Dunn - Dudes old. I mean Tiki Barber old, and he ain't no Tiki. Look for Vick and Duckett(TDs) to have a better year rushing, and maybe even a little bit of that Norwood kid by late season.

WR :
J.Vicius - Ok so nothing here that everyone doesn't already know. But just incase you missed it. Mr. Vicius here doesn't repeat.
L.Fitzgerald - Don’t get me wrong I don’t think Fitz will be a total no-show or anything, but I don’t think he puts up the numbers for where he is being drafted at either. Like I said above, Boldin is the man this year, and Edge has to get his; take into account that the Pope is in the Desert and I see Larry’s numbers taking a hit.

SLEEPERS :

QB :
M.Leinart - So I am pretty sure we all agree that K.Warner will go down at some point, so that is good news for those that take a flier on Leinart. And for those that are scared that the highly toted rookie isn’t ‘that’ NFL ready. I think that even R.Leaf might be able to do some damage throwing to Fitz and Boldin all day.
B.Favre - If you are not in a league that gives out negative points for INTs then Mr. Cheeshead is your man. He will once again put up good yardage and TD numbers, even if his pack only wins 4 games. And this year you can get him quite cheap.
M.Vick - Now that everyone hates Vick for screwing them over because they were idiots and took him too soon, he can actually be had at a reasonable price. Unlike years in the past Vicks stock has finally fallen so that you don’t have to over reach to get him. And if the man stays healthy he could easily finish as the top 6-8 QB.
D.Cpep - Remember when this dude use to get taken ahead of P.Manning? Lately he has been going some where among the back-up QBs. So do yourself a favor and grab him as your starter and get a JakeTheSnake as a back up.

RB :
L.Maroney - If you're the LT owner this is the guy you have to grab. Remember how I talked about LT taken vacation during FF playoffs? Good; because this is the guy that will win it for you in the end.
Taylor/Moore - If you haven’t noticed the Vikes have no one for poor old Brad to throw the ball to, except maybe their RB. I would list C.Taylor by himself here if I didn’t think he was going to get over worked and beaten up every Sunday. So play it safe and grab the other guy that can catch the ball, yeah he happens to be a RB also.

WR :
J.Horn - One really bad year and everyone has called it quits on old Joe here. That’s just not fair. Be wise. Give the guy a second chance and your #2/#3 WR may just put up #1 WR stats.
J.Walker - I don’t know if he can pull of #1 WR numbers this year but #2 numbers aren’t out of the question. People are starting not to shy a way from him as much as I thought they would, but if he starts to slip in your league take a chance on the guy.

SNOOZERS :

QB :
M.Schaub - If you’re in a dynasty league this is the late pick for you. Schaub works for this year in any situation where Vick gets hurt. And at the end of the year he becomes a free agent; which means he will be a starting QB some where, and the guys got some fine skills.
J.Kitna - Kitna wasn’t all to bad just a couple of years ago and now he has a chance to lead crazy Martz’s new pass happy O.
M.Brunell - I think I missed the memo that said Brunell was an automatic bust. I know the guy is old. I know the guy isn’t actually all that good. But I also know this guy just upgraded his WR corps and that last year he shocked everyone with a one man WR bit. So if he’s still around late in the draft, make him a back-up, you really have nothing to loss.
J.Campbell - Once again this is a pick for you dynasty league players. And if you took a flier on Brunell then Campbell is an almost must grab. Two things can happen for you with Campbell and both of them are pretty good. One, Brunell gets injured and Gibbs goes with the young gun this season. Or two, Campbell gets some years under his belt as the man with the clip board and then takes over what’s shaping up to be one hell of an O.

RB :
J.Norwood - If Dunn is a bust this year then there is one man who will have to pick up the slack. And incase you haven't noticed Duckett can't do much but cross the stripe; and that leaves a lot to be desired by Hotlantas run loving staff.
Wali Lundy - This pick is based off the fact that DD will never be healthy enough to be as kick ass as everyone thinks he can be. Also I like that Bryan Lamb jumped on the Lundy Train.

WR :
E.Wilford - As I am writing this there is a thread goin on at Fanball about whom to use a late pick on, L.Evans/E.Wilford/A.Bryant. I am putting Wilford under Snoozers because some people still don't get it. J.Smith is gone and everyone and their mother is up in arms over M.Jones as the new guy. Good for Matt, he will also be quite a pick-up, but while NFL Ds and FF drafters are sucking off Jones, Wilford will be getting it on in their Endzone.
C.Rogers - How many years can one man break for an entire season? I am going with 3. With a new coaching staff in town there is a chance Rogers can work his way out of the dog house he’s sheltered up in and when he does that late rounder you used on him could be FF gold. This is just one of those crap shots though, an extra roster spot filled with Rogers isn’t a bad thing, but if he is your number one back up you have some problems.
K.Curtis - People still don’t seem to think that Curtis could be a legitimate #2 WR and that to me is confusing. It’s not so much that Ike is old; it’s that Ike is broken down; the man can’t last all season. And who doesn’t want the Rams #2 WR on their team?

TRADE UP FOR :

Rookies :
- In a normal draft you won’t find me trying to trade up for anyone, I will try and work with what falls my way. In a draft you just never know how things are going to work out and ADP or no, some owners just do their own thing. That being said, there is a situation that I would start moving up in draft picks, and that situation is an all rookie draft.
L.Maroney - If you didn’t figure it all out in my sleeper picks this guy might turn into my next ‘tent poll in the morning’ RB. The kid looked unstoppable running for the Gophers and in the preseason game I caught the NFL didn’t seem to be much different for him.
D.Williams - I don’t know if you noticed but that J.Fox guy knows how to run a football team. And if a guy with no knees can rack up 12 TD’s in 9 games imagine what this young buck could do. What’s that you say? D.Foster? I can’t say the guy won’t put up some good numbers, but the dudes one carry away from death.
M.Leinart - See my other M.Leinart post. D.Green won’t help Leinart win any SBs but he will turn him into a TD and yardage machine.

NEVER EVER EVER :

QB :
P.Manning - You can’t argue with what this guy brings to the table year in and year out. But what you can argue is how damn high he goes in the draft. First, I won’t take a QB in round 1, hardly even in round 2, so that’s one reason you won’t see this guy on my squad. Second, and this is key, while Manning may put up some great numbers I have yet to see him finish as the #1 QB in FF. And I tend to think that guys like Brady, Palmer, McNabb and Cpep can all out do him, oh wait, they have.
A.Brooks - Ok so before last year this guy was actually kind of good, at least good enough to be on my FF squad, the only thing is I didn’t know that. When you have so many poor outings that no one thinks you’re worth a damn, you’re doin something wrong. I just can’t count on this guy to come thru for me.

RB :
O.Mind - Ok here’s how this works with RBs. You have to keep an open mind. When it comes down to it, if I have the roster space for two crap backs that aren’t going to do no one any good I’ll put them on my squad. You just never know when one of them is going to get hot, even if it’s just for a short stretch or half a season or a whole year. RBs can be too hard to find to be that picky. With all that said though, there are teams right now that I am avoiding over others.
G.Bay - Once not so long ago this team had a top 5 RB in A.Green. Now Green is almost useless and I can’t tell you if Gado is going to be great or not; because I don’t know if it’s the backs that suck or if it’s the team.
N.Y.J - In case you can’t tell, I’m not very high on this team right now.

WR :
Bears/Jets - If the QBs are broken so are their WRs. I’ll just stay away.
SF - Unlike the two teams listed above I don’t necessarily distrust A.Smith; but I don’t think he is ready enough to make any one WR good. If A.Smith does well it will be because he learned to throw the ball to every one.

Great stuff, Cig.

KUD

Next, for your dining & dancing pleasure, we are pleased to introduce our friend & NeverScared league commish Kud as one of LOCKERROOM's weekly columnists for the '06 season. This is what he came up with after chewing it over:

QB:

Stud: P Manning, Bulger, Hass Dud: Brady, Roethlisburger, T Green (I dont' think NE solved their WR issues. PIT runs the ball. KC runs the ball at the endzone)
Sleepers: McNair, Leftwich, Favre (funny to think of Favre as a sleeper)
Snoozers: Volek, Simms, Carr (I've always liked Volek- we'll finally see what he can do. Simms and his offense are getting better- he could be really good in a year or two. Carr has a decent TE and two solid WRs to throw the ball to- hopefully his RBs will stay healthy and produce)
Players I'd trade up for: Won't trade up for a QB
Players you won't ever see on my roster: P Manning- 1st round is too steep.

RB:

Stud: SA, LT, Rudi
Dud: LJ, Caddy, Bush (LJ won't bust, but won't live up to the hype. Caddy will falter- Gruden does weird things to his RBs. Bush- still think he'll produce like a 5th-6th rounder and not the 2nd-3rd he's been going. Let's face it- RBs bust typically when they get hurt)
Sleepers: J Lewis, Foster, F Taylor (3rd round picks or later, who people are counting on to get hurt for them NOT to produce)
Snoozers: Moats, V Haynes (Westy's hurt, Moats could step in fulltime, but will get solid part-time touches even if Westy stays afloat. Haynes might be the vulture in PIT)
Players I'd trade up for: Depends on the situation- I'd trade up for just about anybody- but usually later rounds so I don't pay too much.
Players you won't ever see on my roster: DEN RB, NYJ RB... god only knows this year with those two teams.

WR:

Stud: R Moss, Holt, C Johnson
Dud: Owens, S Moss (Owens hammy will keep him in Parcell's doghouse. S Moss was the product of 3 great games last year)
Sleepers: D Mason, D Branch, T Glenn (Mason + McNair = good times. Branch won't hold out, and can be had fairly cheap. Glenn will lead all WRs in DAL)
Snoozers: Toomer, D Gabriel, B Engram
Players I'd trade up for: Same as RB
Players you won't ever see on my roster: S Moss is primed for a stinko year. Not touching him

TE:
Stud: Gates, Heap, Shockey, Gonzo (I really like Heap the most of these four for his relative draft value)
Dud: V Davis (needs to beat out E Johnson first)
Sleepers: Winslow, Putzier, M Lewis (very interested to see what WW finally does)
Snoozers: E Johnson, B Franks, L Pope (EJ, when healthy, puts up nice numbers. Favre has to throw it to somebody)
Players I'd trade up for: Won't trade up for a TE
Players you won't ever see on my roster: Gates- but it would depend on my draft spot.

K:

Stud: NA
Dud: Rackers (don't see him repeating last year's numbers)
Sleepers: Seabass, Gostkowski (I saw Ghost in some summer rookie kicking competition- he was $$, and now is the starter for a solid kicking team)
Snoozers: K Brown (indoors), BironasPlayers I'd trade up for: Cough... cough...
Players you won't ever see on my roster: Whoever goes first.

DEF:

Stud: CHI
Dud: PIT (I don't think the offense will work this year- keeping the D on the field too much)Sleepers: NYG (I like some of the changes to the team, and their O will keep the D off the field)Snoozers: BUF (I always think cold weather teams have an advantage on D- plus they've got some solid playmakers)

Thanks, Kuddles. Look forward to many weeks of concision from you.

PROF:

And, now, the MVP, the guy who never takes a play off, the man who puts the silly in syllabus...Professor Ellis D. Trails:


Professor’s Picks for Season MMVI-MMVII

First the easy ones, Studs. These are ones that everyone has on the tops of their respective lists
QB:
Peyton Manning – You cannot talk about stud QB’s without bringing up the only QB worthy of a 1st round pick in years.
Donavon McNabb – D-Mac is back and looking sharp. People might have him lower on their list, not I said the elderly yet remarkably spry Professor. He can get back to doing what made this team a force and that is being a leader.
Jake Plummer – He’s got two solid weapons at receiver. He played extremely well last year with Rod Smith and no one.
Mark Bulger – When healthy, he has the gun and armament to conquer opposing defenses

RB:
LJ – Even with the losses up front, he has sick skills and will get his. Herm is committed to the run, even to his detriment.
LT – The most consistent performer in the league. PERIOD.
SA – Continues the trend that if your name can be reduced to two initials, then you are perpetually a stud.
S-Jax – Not quite down to two initials, but this explosive runner is poised to walk all over the NFC west. I heard that he drafted himself #2 overall in his local fantasy league. Bryan Lamb had first pick and took Ron Dayne.

WR:
Tory Holt – Almost every year he is put behind at least two guys going into the season and he usually outperforms them all. Some people have said that Linehan is conservative and it will hurt Holt’s #’s. Well he hasn’t had an offense like this to exploit.
Steve Smith – Did you see the #’s this guy had with absolutely no one on the other side. Granted, an actual ground game and Key on the other side should drop his stats a little, but for what he can do he deserves to be on my list
CJ – Talks the Talk and Walks the Walk, I just wish he would score more TD’s.
Larry Fitzgerald – Easily leads the class of the clich├ęd 3rd Year Wide outs. With Edge in town, one of the dynamic duo in the desert’s numbers will fall, but it won’t be Fitz.

Onto the Duds. This one is more about personal opinion. This is my favorite category. It is much easier to pick a stud than it is a dud and last year I picked McGahee, Nate Burleson and Kevin Jones to name a few.

QB:
Drew Bledsoe – Just because the biggest bitch in football history comes into town, people think that Drew will all of a sudden return to form. Hey everybody, this guy has had one good and one real good season in 7 years. His oline is in serious trouble and he is a statue. Owens won’t help anything when Drew is on his back and the fans are screaming for Romo.
Mark Brunell – How old is this guy? 45? 50? Does his AARP card give him discounts on flights? Last season was the first season that he had over 20TD’s in 7 years and the first complete season for him in four. Seems like some new fantasy players forget how much of a nightmare this guy was in fantasy football. It is a safe bet that he reminds us all again this year.
Aaron Brooks – He was benched in NO. I don’t care if Randy “I take half the game off” Moss is on the team. Todd FUCKING Bouman replaced him. It is only a matter of time before we see Walters.
Drew Brees – How in the hell did this guy become so accepted as a good QB. I would look good with LT and Gates catching everything within 10 feet of them. Going into ’04 he was about to be benched. He comes out and has a high completion and low yardage and all of a sudden people are touting him as a 10 Million $ QB. WHAT!!!! It seems like all BR____ QB’s suck, wait except for Brady.

RB:
Willis McGahee – This guy knows how to run against poor defenses. He only had 5 100-yard games last year. 2 against the Jets and one against Houston. He had more games under 53 than he did over 100. I said he was a bum last year and I’ll say he is a bum this year. Against teams in the bottom half of the league against the run, He had 9 games and averaged 4.1 yards per carry, while averaging 24 carries for 97 yards per game with a total of 4 TD’s. In the 7 games against the top half of the league against the run, he averaged a stellar 3.3 yards per carry, 16 carries a game for a whopping 52 yards and 1 TD the whole season. B-U-M Bum.
Reggie Bush – Where is all this coming from? Is this based on part time spectacular college play against mostly disgustingly awful opposing defenses? Don’t get me wrong, he has talents, but I think this guy is more like a slightly more talented Charlie Garner. I see one or two pretty good seasons in a career for this guy.
Corey Dillon – He is really trying to convince everybody that he is ready to be a top player again. He scored a lot last year even missing some time. Now his heir apparent is right behind him.

WR:
Hines Ward – I don’t think that he will significantly fall, but the loss of Randel El will hurt more than people are saying. The only way Ward is a top tier WR again is if Pitt really stinks and they are forced to throw late. I don’t think they will be bad enough for Ward’s #’s to be that high.
D-Jax – This lingering injury has me skeptical about what he can do. That compounded with the fact that he is a WR from Florida is enough to make him a Dud in my book.

Wake up it’s time to check out Professor’s Sleepers of the year.

QB:
Steve McNair – Sometimes a change of scenery is all you need. Sometimes a change of scenery and being reunited with your favorite 1000-yard receiver. Add a great oline and a defense that kills offenses. Air has got a little left in that arm of his. You also can’t teach heart like that.
John Kitna – He is a tall smart QB with good mobility. Other QB’s envy one thing about this guy. Mike Martz is his OC. He also has plenty of talented WR’s to catch his accurate throws. Most people skip right by this guy as Detroit is not the haven for fantasy QB in recent memor…err, distant memor…, ok well ever. Kitna should put up solid numbers. In his last two full seasons, he posted completion %’s of 62.2 and 62.3.
Philip Rivers – He has the same offense that a mediocre QB thrived in. He has a better arm, size and ability than his predecessor. He has the confidence of his teammates and knows the plays inside and out. He could be the difference between a bad season and a surprising division crown. I say the latter is more likely.

RB:
Caddy – A rebuilt oline should help this stud in the making unleash his talent upon the NFC.
Deshaun Foster – The only thing holding this guy back from moving into the top tier is his frequent trips to the IR. If he could put a season together, I am sure that he could sign a contract somewhere that he could get paid a lot more to get hurt all the time.
Kevin Jones – Last season I told everyone I could not to touch this guy. Now that they have a QB that can play, he could flourish. I can see it now, KJ taking screens ala St Louis and making a big name for himself.

WR:
Rod Smith – While everyone else is enamored with Javon Walker, Rod once again slips down the draft to once again land on a lucky teams roster. This guy has over 1000 yards in 8 of the last 9 seasons and only less than 1100 in two of those 8. He is a producer and he is as consistently overlooked in fantasy as he consistently gets the points to help your teams win,
Derrick Mason – Last season was his first away from Air McNair and people could say that it was a disappointment. He still had 86 catches with the bums that were tossing the ball his way. His last two seasons with Steve, he had 95 & 96 catches respectively. He could have a huge year and can be had as late as the ninth or even tenth round in some leagues.
Laveranues Coles – I am not sure why people are so down on him. He is only 28 and had three straight years approaching or having 90 catches. Granted last year was a down year, but I think the jets had everybody but Drunk Joe Namath out there throwing to everybody. I look for him to bounce back in a huge way this year and you can STEAL him late in any draft you are in.

Looking for some real diamonds in the rough, take a glance at the Professor’s Snoozers. They are sure to be the missing piece to your championship puzzle.

QB:
Chris Simms – The Buccs have had one of the best defenses in the last decade, it is their offense that has sucked more than Madden on Favre’s jock. This is being billed as the best offense potential ever in Tampa and I don’t see why it couldn’t. Simms showed signs of poise and leadership last season and could take the next step this year.
Brad Johnson – I know he is a hundred and I know he will never get the big play, but for a guy that can be had as the last QB taken in drafts and even in the FA market, his little dinks and dunks will eliminate int’s and give you a consistent score out of your QB position.

RB:
I don’t really see too many snoozers at the RB position. With the importance of this position in fantasy, it is hard to overlook anyone. So I don’t see any other than maybe Lendale White. I honestly could see this second round draft pick eventually taking the majority of carries by mid season.

WR:
Braylon Edwards – Only a short month ago, I would have been surprised to see him play in the first half of the season. Now, with the effort he has given to come back to possibly even play in the preseason makes me think that this kid is special.
Reggie Williams – He has been written off by most as a bust at this point in his career, but I have been watching him this preseason and he has had a rapport with Leftwich that is undeniable. His route running is crisper and his hands are softer. With all the attention on Matt Jones and Ernest Wilford, Reggie could come out of nowhere to surprise many.

I consider myself as one of those owners in fantasy that doesn’t like to trade too often. I feel that the draft is where you build your championship and only the FA market can help to adjust your team throughout the season; However, there are a certain number of guys that I would love to get on my team and when the availability presents itself to attain one of these guys I do what I can to get the deal done.

QB:
I never usually draft my QB until late middle rounds of the draft and it has always served me well. Therefore, I would only trade for a young rookie QB in keeper leagues such as Leinart, Cutler, or Young and even then it would have to be a league that allows for more than just a few keepers.

RB:
In today’s NFL, handcuffs are more important than ever. If I owned Dillon, Foster, Caddy, LT, or SA, I would not hesitate to make the move to get Maroney, Williams, Pittman, Turner or Morris. In regards to trading for starters, of course I would love to get one the studs on my team, it just seems like when trying to acquire one, the other team involved always tries to get more than they are worth. I just think it is there way of sabotaging the deal from the start.

WR:
This is the position that allows for the most flexibility in trades. Production is a roller coaster for the most part even with the higher tiered players. Guys that I would give a little more than they are worth this year are Reggie Brown and Donald Driver.

Now it comes to the players that I would never have on my Roster. A lot of owners have different reasons for not wanting players. I don’t want Warner because he WILL get hurt. I don’t want Vick because he sucks and cannot throw surprise party, let along an accurate pass. I won’t touch a Denver or Jets RB if you paid me. Seriously. You won’t see Santana Moss on my roster because I won’t pay the draft pick high enough that others will. Finally, you will NEVER, EVER, EVER see the arrogant, selfish, egomaniac, holier than though, I am greater than the team Jackass that is TO.

I hope that my insight has given you some knowledge that you find useful in drafting as we approach another season. Get yourselves some school supplies and get ready for another year in the course of your benevolent Professor. Until the Week one Syllabus, always go with your gut and don’t look back.

Professor Ellis D Trails

Thanks, gents. Later this weekend, if I can can us off our barstools, bivouacs, freshmen girls & inflatable friends, the Gang of Four will weigh in. Nufced

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Who wrote this crap? :)

Southie Savant aka jimed said...

Anonymous, Yer mother wrote it, after she cleaned the spunk from the gang of four from her eyes

bm oran said...

Good read wikkid. Thanks to Kud and The Prof for giving their input, pretty good stuff guys.

So how come there isn't any discusion going on in these comments huh? any one got anything to say? I would like to know what mr. anonymous thought was crap? and if he prefers my foot straight or sideways up his ass?