Editor's Note: Visit The Hazean to vote for the best fantasy football team name of the summer.
For this, our annual best fantasy football team name contest, a free t-shirt is on the line.
We only tallied two months' worth of nominees and subsequent voting processes as opposed to our usual three, but the results were the same: quality fantasy football team names with lots of input from the fantasy football community.
Thanks for chipping in this summer.
Vote for your favorite above; winner gets a free t-shirt. Good luck to our two candidates!
Here are today’s great reads:
- Quarterback controversies abound in the NFL. Michael Vick had a great game against the Lions, but Kevin Kolb remains the starter. Meanwhile, the Panthers and Bills both already decided to make changes at starting quarterback for this weekend. [ProFootballTalk]
- If you are going to work the waiver wire in fantasy leagues this week, you have to know which fantasy players are safe to drop after the second weekend. Both Vince Young and David Garrard faltered this week, meaning they could find themselves free agents in fake football by the end of the week. [Bruno Boys]
- A name to know for later in the year if you have room to stash on your bench right now: Washington rookie running back Keiland Williams. He is getting playing time behind Clinton Portis and Larry Johnson, neither of whom inspires any fantasy football confidence right now. Williams could be a spark for this team down the road. [Pancake Blocks]
- Another rookie who already made a big statement with his Week 2 debut: Denver’s Demaryius Thomas. Despite all the injury concerns with this guy, it is hard to deny his talent—and somebody in that passing game has to fill the void left by both Brandon Marshall and Tony Scheffler. [Roto Arcade]
- You will be hard pressed to find better one-handed touchdown catches than those provided by Randy Moss and Devin Hester—yes, you read that right—in Week 2. Moss’ catch was particularly impressive to me, coming against the best cover cornerback in the NFL. He made it look so damn easy too. [The Big Lead]
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