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A proud Purdue Boilermaker who is obsessed about all things sports. I'm currently a Senior at Purdue majoring in computer science. I also teach the introductory course on Java here at Purdue. I love sharing my knowledge and helping others.
Some of my hobbies include:
Watching sporting events on TV (was this one too obvious?)
Playing softball, football and especially basketball
Being outdoors in general
I've been playing fantasy sports for 3 years now, and although I have much to learn, I have good instincts about players and I'm pretty successful! I'm excited about sharing my fantasy intuition with the world. I love all sorts of feedback, discussion, arguments...so if you have something to say after reading my articles leave me a comment and I'll do my best to respond! You can reach me through any of these mediums:
Two things I *love* are writing and fantasy sports. I think I'm going to fit in just fine here.
I have unleashed my Fantasy Football QB Rankings! Bring the debate and be sure to watch the videos.
Between Moreno and Beanie Wells, I'd definitely take Wells. Neither back is in an ideal situation to score a lot of touchdowns, but Moreno has such a wealth of veteran talent behind him that I find it hard to believe that Josh McDaniels, a product of the New England system, will not use them all. Moreno is lucky if he gets to stay in on passing downs and in short-yardage situations. Wells, on other hand, might find himself getting the majority of the carries right away as long as Arizona doesn't feel Hightower needs to be a touchdown vulture.
How will the NFL's top position battles impact fantasy football?