Daily Haze: Best Fantasy Football Team Names, Last Call!
Our best fantasy football team name contest for the month of August is underway. Submissions are trickling into the comments section as we speak.
But we need more submissions!
Last month’s winner can be seen here. After August, we will have another voting session to pick this month’s best name. And then, the two winners will square off for best team name of the summer.
Please, please, pretty please make fun of Brett Favre and his retirement/non-retirement crap with your fantasy football team name. Heck, if you want, incorporate his latest scandal involving dong photos and hottie Jenn Sterger. Fun times!
Here are today's great reads:
- I have always wanted to do a story like this, but never found the time: The all-time fantasy team, plus the busts and one-year wonders. Great read for those of you feeling a little nostalgic about your fantasy football past. [Roto Arcade]
- If you are looking for a pair of deep sleepers in a big fantasy league consider Denver quarterback Kyle Orton and/or wide receiver Jabar Gaffney. Somebody has to score in this offense, and if it is not Knowshon Moreno getting in the end zone it is just as likely to be Orton-to-Gaffney this year. [ESPN.com]
- Just because Steven Jackson plays for a bad team does not mean you should avoid him on draft day. Our advice: Take SJax with confidence, but not too soon. I would not reach for Jackson with the first six, seven, or eight picks in most leagues. But if you can grab him near the end of a big league first round or in the second round, more power to you. [FanHouse]
- The preseason is an interesting place for fantasy owners—we want to buy in on the big performances, but most of them are just a mirage. So which rookie running backs do you believe in heading into the 2010 season? Personally, I am with these guys: Ryan Mathews and Jahvid Best look like stars; But C.J. Spiller, while he looks electric, is in too bad of a situation to be depended on in fantasy leagues this year. [Fantasy Pros]
- It is never too early to start working the waiver wire in your fantasy football league. One of your players get hurt? Need to correct a mistake you made in a fantasy draft? Found a guy you think might be a diamond in the rough, but forgot about him on draft day? Get out there, fantasy owners, and make some transactions! [Hatty Waiver Wire Guru]
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