Posts Tagged ‘fantasy football playoffs’

Colin Kaepernick For Superbowl MVP

Saturday, February 2nd, 2013


49ers vs Ravens Super Bowl

Colin Kaepernick’s signature celebration.

This sunday a 25 year old Colin Kaepernick will take the field as the starting quarterback in the Super Bowl game. He joins the likes of Tom Brady, Ben Roethlisberger and Kurt Warner as second year quarterbacks to make the Super Bowl. All three of these quarterbacks won in there first trip to the big game. Maybe its a perceived lack of pressure or maybe its just beginner’s luck but it seems that young QB’s do not suffer a Super Bowl learning curve. Each of these QBs has their own story- from Brady stepping in for an injured Drew Bledsoe to Kurt Warner making his way from the Arena Football League to captain of the greatest show on turf or Ben Roethlisberger dropping in the draft and landing on a Super Bowl contending team. These stories were told in full but Kaepernick story seems to be lost in the mess of other Super Bowl stories like the tale of two Harbaughs, Ray Lewis’ final ride, Randy Moss as the greatest receiver ever, or Alex Smith watching from the side line.

It is my opinion that the San Francisco 49ers’ will win the Super Bowl and Colin Kaepernick will be named Super Bowl MVP; so, I wanted to take a minute to look at all the stars that had to align to put Colin Kaepernick in this unlikely situation. (more…)

Fantasy Football | Divisional Round Preview

Thursday, January 12th, 2012
Fantasy Football | Divisional Round Playoff

Sleeper Alert: Ryan will Grant you success this weekend

We are down to the NFL’s elite eight, meaning that fantasy football options are very limited this week. Here is an overview of each contest, and the fantasy forecast for each team. (more…)

Super Bowl Fantasy Football: New Games and Promotions at Fantazzle!

Thursday, February 3rd, 2011

Will Rodgers wear the championship belt?

Who said that the fantasy football season is over? There’s still another game to be played!

Our friends at Fantazzle have some great Super Bowl fantasy football games going on that all owners are encouraged to play! With guaranteed cash prizes, why wouldn’t you roll the dice? Regular season bragging rights don’t mean a thing. (more…)

Fantasy Football Injury Report: Championship Round

Sunday, January 23rd, 2011

Who is going to move on to the Super Bowl?

It’s Championship Sunday folks! The final four teams in the NFL will square off for the right to play in Dallas for Super Bowl XLV. Both games should be very good, and interesting to say the least. The Bears and Packers renew their hated rivalry Sunday at Soldier Field, while the Steelers and Jets continue their new rivalry at Heinz Field. Here is the Championship injury report.

Packers @ Bears

Green Bay Packers

Linebacker AJ Hawk has a bruised knee, but participated in practice all week. He will play Sunday for the Packers. Outside linebacker Eric Walden has a shoulder injury. Like Hawk, Walden is expected to play if he is called on. The Packers have a few probables on their list, including Walden and Hawk. Joining them on the list are play makers Charles Woodson and Clay Matthews. Don’t worry Packer fans, they both will play. Fullback and fan favorite John