1. Rot Your Brain: Carlos Zambrano's New Job Has Its Fantasy Perks

    Going from the starting rotation to the bullpen is like going from the penthouse to the outhouse if you are a pitcher—especially when you aren’t even getting a chance to be the closer...

    Craig Rondinone Written by Craig Rondinone about over 4 years ago 156 reads 1 comments

  2. Rot Your Brain: Watching Brad Penny, Javier Vazquez, and Ben Sheets

    You can never have enough starting pitching in baseball, and the same holds true in fantasy baseball. The eyes of the fantasy baseball world are honing in on three veteran starting ...

    Craig Rondinone Written by Craig Rondinone about over 4 years ago 385 reads 4 comments

  3. Rot Your Brain: Will Fantasy Baseball's One-Week Wonders Last?

    One week of the fantasy baseball season is in the books, and if you have Vernon Wells on your team, chances are you are in first place in your league. You cannot put too much stock in the first week of the baseball season...

    Craig Rondinone Written by Craig Rondinone about over 4 years ago 225 reads 0 comments

  4. Rot Your Brain: MLB Fantasy Baseball's Top 15 Designated Hitters

    Fantasy baseball leagues very rarely take fielding into account, so designated hitters can feel right at home, just like they do in the American League...

    Craig Rondinone Written by Craig Rondinone about over 4 years ago 325 reads 0 comments

  5. Rot Your Brain: Fantasy Baseball's Top 30 Third Basemen

    The “hot corner” has always been a home run haven for fantasy baseball owners. Fantasy owners expect power numbers out of their third basemen as much as Suze Orman viewers expect financial advice...

    Craig Rondinone Written by Craig Rondinone about over 4 years ago 434 reads 0 comments

  6. Fantasy Baseball 2010: Top 30 Shortstops

    The shortstop position in fantasy baseball was already shallower than a kiddie pool, and now a tricky thyroid might make it even harder to find a decent shortstop in drafts and auctions...

    Craig Rondinone Written by Craig Rondinone about over 4 years ago 1,919 reads 0 comments

  7. Rot Your Brain: Fantasy Baseball's Top 30 Second Basemen

    Second base is not a fantasy position solely for stolen bases, runs, and batting average. Those days died long ago. Do not be shocked at all of the second basemen with above-average fantasy values this year...

    Craig Rondinone Written by Craig Rondinone about over 4 years ago 332 reads 0 comments

  8. Rot Your Brain: Fantasy Baseball's Top 30 First Basemen

    The first base position in fantasy baseball has more firepower than the New Orleans Saints offense. There is no excuse for your fantasy team not to have a first baseman that can hit 30 home runs and drive in 100 runs...

    Craig Rondinone Written by Craig Rondinone about over 4 years ago 277 reads 0 comments

  9. Rot Your Brain: Fantasy Baseball's Top 30 Catchers for 2010

    Pitchers and catchers have reported for duty in Florida and Arizona, which means it is time to stop thinking about Heidi Montag’s plastic surgeries and start thinking about fantasy baseball...

    Craig Rondinone Written by Craig Rondinone about over 4 years ago 366 reads 1 comments

  10. Some Saints Make It Hard To Root for New Orleans

    Many people are saying that the New Orleans Saints, at least for one weekend, are replacing the Dallas Cowboys as "America’s Team...

    Craig Rondinone Written by Craig Rondinone about over 4 years ago 398 reads 4 comments

  11. Three Reasons Rex Ryan Should Be Applauded for a Job Well-Done

    New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan is a blowhard, looks like he is pregnant, and hardly has the prediction skills of Joe Namath. But the first-year leader proved that not only can he coordinate a defense, he can coach the whole team...

    Craig Rondinone Written by Craig Rondinone about over 4 years ago 612 reads 5 comments

  12. NFL Divisional Playoff Predictions: Tough Roads Ahead for No. 2 Seeds

    One step closer to the Super Bowl, so why quit predicting when I am on a roll? After going 4-0 with my wild-card predictions, I have conferred with the football advisors I trust the most—me, ...

    Craig Rondinone Written by Craig Rondinone about over 4 years ago 1,111 reads 12 comments

  13. Playoff Predictions for the NFL's Wild-Card Weekend

    After watching ESPN’s documentary on the life and times of Jimmy "The Greek," I have become inspired to rub my Drew Brees bobblehead doll (don’t have a crystal ball) and predict which teams will get out of the first round of the NFL playoffs..

    Craig Rondinone Written by Craig Rondinone about over 4 years ago 848 reads 0 comments

  14. Three Reasons the San Diego Chargers Won't Win the Super Bowl

    A month ago, most of the NFL experts had the Indianapolis Colts and New Orleans Saints playing in the Super Bowl. Two weeks ago, most of the same NFL experts had the San Diego Chargers and Philadelphia Eagles playing in the Super Bowl...

    Craig Rondinone Written by Craig Rondinone about over 4 years ago 3,165 reads 138 comments

  15. Rating the AFC Wild-Card Contenders

    The AFC wild-card race is tighter than Anderson Silva’s Muay Thai clinch, and the field is more crowded than a Sarah Palin book signing...

    Craig Rondinone Written by Craig Rondinone about over 4 years ago 697 reads 4 comments

  16. Chad Ochocinco's Signature Celebration Should Be for Chris Henry

    Even if you are not a Cincinnati Bengals fan, this might be a good week to cheer for a Chad Ochocinco touchdown. The man formerly known as Chad Johnson has blessed us with some of the greatest, ...

    Craig Rondinone Written by Craig Rondinone about over 4 years ago 852 reads 0 comments

  17. And the NFL's Most Valuable Player Award Goes to...Who?

    Voting for the NFL’s Most Valuable Player is going to be harder than voting on which Kardashian is the most annoying...

    Craig Rondinone Written by Craig Rondinone about over 4 years ago 332 reads 7 comments

  18. Even Geniuses Make Mistakes: The Bill Belichick Story

    Nobody is perfect, not even the most intelligent people in the world. Robert De Niro has made a couple bad movies, like Stardust and Hide and Seek...

    Craig Rondinone Written by Craig Rondinone about over 4 years ago 518 reads 3 comments

  19. Fantasy Football By The Numbers: Preseason Predictions Shot Down

    Fantasy football owners and pundits, including this one who fits in both categories, sometimes make mistakes. Fantasy football owners get ideas in their heads. The ideas make sense on paper...

    Craig Rondinone Written by Craig Rondinone about almost 5 years ago 260 reads 2 comments

  20. Fantasy Football By the Numbers: Worry About Delhomme, Graham, Edwards

    It only took one week of NFL action to gray the hair of fantasy football owners. You should always take a deep breath after the first week of fantasy football and remember that it is only one week...

    Craig Rondinone Written by Craig Rondinone about almost 5 years ago 419 reads 0 comments

  21. RBTN: American League Zeroes Now National League Heroes

    You want to bolster your fantasy baseball team’s pitching staff? Just pick up the same scrubs off the waiver wire that National League teams are and you will do just fine. The National League is inferior to the American League, plain and simple...

    Craig Rondinone Written by Craig Rondinone about almost 5 years ago 71 reads 0 comments

  22. Rotisserie By The Numbers: Fantasy Football Receivers 26-50

    So you are planning on going heavy on quarterbacks and running backs in your fantasy football draft? No problem! There will still be some decent wide receivers in the middle and late rounds that you can load up your roster with...

    Craig Rondinone Written by Craig Rondinone about almost 5 years ago 263 reads 0 comments

  23. Rotisserie By The Numbers: The Top 25 Receivers in Fantasy Football

    We have rated the runners and the throwers. Now it is time to rank the receivers! Receivers are to fantasy football what outfielders are to fantasy baseball – the talent pool is deeper than Jerry Jones’ pockets...

    Craig Rondinone Written by Craig Rondinone about almost 5 years ago 505 reads 0 comments

  24. Rotisserie by the Numbers: Fantasy Football Running Backs 26-50

    You will need more than two good running backs to win your fantasy football league this year. If you think drafting Adrian Peterson in the first round and Brandon Jacobs in the second will wrap up a playoff spot for you, think again, Vermeil...

    Craig Rondinone Written by Craig Rondinone about almost 5 years ago 550 reads 2 comments

  25. Rotisserie by the Numbers: The Top 25 Fantasy Running Backs

    Quarterback might the most important position in the NFL, but running back is the most important position in fantasy football. If you have no running backs, then you have no chance of winning your fantasy league...

    Craig Rondinone Written by Craig Rondinone about almost 5 years ago 2,005 reads 4 comments