NFL Fantasy Football 2012: How Doug Martin Of The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Became THAT Guy

I had all the excitement in the world this weekend.

I took my engagement photos in Lexington, Virginia with my beautiful fiancée, my beloved University of Georgia Bulldogs kicked Ole Miss around to the tune of 37-10 (ONE step closer to back-to-back SEC East titles and causing another offseason of THIS from Steve Spurrier) and things were looking great for the Falcons improving to 8-0 Sunday night against the Cowboys.

I mean, things were PERFECT.

Then it happened. I got this funny feeling in my stomach around Thursday or Friday when I looked at the match-ups for fantasy football. I didn’t like how things were shaping up. Continue reading “NFL Fantasy Football 2012: How Doug Martin Of The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Became THAT Guy”

NCAA Football: Why Am I Anti-Playoff in College Football? Don’t Get Me Started!

College football has their playoff. They also have a huge headache coming in 2014.

For some, this is seen as the answer to all of college football’s problems. It will determine the “true” national champion. All a playoff really does, in the case of the proposed four-team format, is leave the door wide open for a larger debate and personal agendas. Continue reading “NCAA Football: Why Am I Anti-Playoff in College Football? Don’t Get Me Started!”