September 25, 2014

Dirty D Power Ranks Week 4

1. Tahiti Loungers

Battle of the undefeateds and 87 Main St this week. Bring it. 

2. Angry Pirates

Hello AJ Green. 

3. A Pinch Better

Sean got slapped around last week but even with Lynch on bye, solid lineup 

4. Victorious Secret 

Undefeated for at least one more week. Still brittle. 

5. Boston Patriots 

How long will Mr. B stick with Brady?

6. Crossing Guards 

When the TEs get healthy, watch out. 

7. Team Ice Cream

Starting to look much better. Did he already weather the storm? Uh oh. 

8. A1 Providers

Not sure why this team hasnt put it together yet. Candidate to be a big riser next week. 

9. Eat More Chicken 

JV sqaud this week, but I still think better days ahead

10. the rental guys 

Every wekk someone on Dan's bench blows up. Maddening. 

11. The Godfather 

Needs Charles to be Charles. starting.... now. 

12. Mosey Machine 

WTF???? 2 awful weeks and a trade that saw AJ Green go the other direction. 

Final 2014 MAGL Stats

Well... we did it. We completed the 4th official MAGL season last week, with Adam taking me down on the first playoff hole after I made a long birdie putt on #9 to tie it up. Shockingly, it was the first time we tied for first all year.

Overall, great year. 18 rounds, 6 per track, and a total of 12 different golfers participated. This was the first year we kept stats.

Here they are, from Ponkapoag Golf Course in Canton, MA:

And the highlights:


1. James 12
2. Adam 5
3. Bill Poch 1
T-4. Everyone else 0

Avg Score:

1. James 42.78
2. Adam 44.94
3. Andy 46.00
4. Bill Poch  47.40
5. Bill Nehring 48.00
6. Dan 49.44
7. Campbell 52.00
8. Beckerman 53.00
9.  Sean 53.00
10. Abe 55.00
11. #Mike 58.00
12. Paul 61.00

Putting Avg:

1. Andy 16.00
2. Bill Nehring 16.00
3. James 17.22
4. Adam 17.50
5. Abe 18.00
6. Bill Poch 18.22
7. Dan 18.89
8. #Mike 19.00
9. Campbell 19.50
10. Sean 20.00
11. Beck 20.50
12. Paul 21.00

3+ Putt %:

1. Bill Nehring 0
2. Andy 5.56
3. James 14.20
4. Adam 17.28
5. Dan 20.99
6. Bill 22.22
7. Campbell 22.22
8. Abe 22.22
9. #Mike 22.22
10. Paul 33.33
11. Sean 33.33
12. Beck 38.89

GIR %:

1. Adam 32.7
2. James 30.2
3. Dan 13.6
4. Bill Poch 13.3
5. Andy 11.1
6. Campbell 11.1
7. Beck 5.6
T-8. Abe 0
T-8. Beck 0
T-8. #Mike 0
T-8. Paul 0
T-8. Bill Nehring 0

Total Birdies:

1. Adam 7
2. James 6
3. Dan 1
4. Bill Poch 1
T-5 Everyone else with 0

Total Pars:

1. James 53
2. Adam 47
3. Bill Poch 10
4. Dan 6
5. Beck 4
6. Andy 3
7. Abe 1
8. #Mike 1
9. Bill Nehring 1
10. Campbell 1
T-11. Sean 0
T-11 Paul 0

Best round: 38 by  James 7/25

Worst Round: 61 by Paul on 7/11

Best putting round: 14 Putts. twice by James, twice by Adam, once by Andy

Most GIRs one round: Adam and James both had 6 GIRs on 9/5.

All the rounds in order:

James 7/25   38

James 8/1  39

James 7/11  40
James 5/16  40

Adam 9/5 41
Bill P 8/15   41
James 8/8 41
James 7/18   41
Adam 6/27 41
Adam 5/9       41

James 9/5   42
James 8/29   42
Adam 7/18   42
Adam 7/11 42
Adam 5/30   42
James 5/9    42

James 5/23 43

James 8/15   44
James 6/27   44
James 6/6   44
Adam 5/23 44
James 5/2 44

James 8/22      45
Andy 8/22     45
Adam 8/8         45
Adam 8/1       45
Dan 7/25         45
Adam 7/25 45
Adam 5/2         45

James 9/19 46
Adam 9/19 46
Dan 9/5         46
Adam 8/15    46
Adam 6/6        46
James 5/30 46
Dan 5/2         46

Andy 8/29    47

Adam 8/29    48
Bill P 8/29 48
Bill P 8/8      48
Bill N 7/18     48
Beck 6/6         48
Dan 5/9         48

Adam 8/22     49
James 6/20 49

Bill P 9/19 50
Dan 8/8         50
Bill P 8/1   50
Dan 6/27        50
Adam 6/20    50

C-Bell 9/19     51
Dan 7/11         51
Adam 5/16  51

C-Bell 9/5         53
Sean 7/25   53

Dan 8/22         54

Dan 6/6         55
Abe 5/23         55

Beck 8/29 58
#Mike 7/11  58

Paul 7/11   61

Braves fan weighs in on Jeter

My Farewell to the Kid form Kalamazoo
By: Chad DeNardis

First off, I would like to preface this rant by saying that I AM NOT A DEREK JETER HATER. I actually respect and root for Jeter. He is a class act and very good good baseball player (which is saying a lot coming from me because I believe the Yankees are the anti-Christ and my most hated player/team/anything in all of sports. They ruined baseball forever). But more importantly than that, he is maybe the greatest cocksman of my lifetime:

My main reason for my hatred of the DJ ball washing that has gone on all season is strictly statistic based. This type of dick sucking should never happen for any athlete. No athlete is bigger than the team. But if we are going to have to suffer through it, it should be reserved for elitely talented players. And his statistics just aren't elite. At all.  We have seen wayyy better players come and go in our lifetime without this type of worship. Jeter supporters will base their counter arguments on "the it factor" and "intangibles" and say "oh, the captain led the beloved Yankees to 5 World Series". My response: who gives a flying fuck. Baseball isn't a sport about championships. It's a sport based solely on numbers and statistics. It is unlike any other team sport in this way. Fuck, if you look at the list of Sports Illustrated "50 greatest baseball players of all time" 28 of them never won a World Series and 19 of them never even took a swing or threw a pitch in October.  A player can bat 1000 and hit 400 homers in a season and if his pitching staff and supporting cast is a bucket off assholes he can end up with a losing record and just 400 RBI. I know it's next to impossibile, but it can technically be done.

When people debate the best football players, it's based strongly upon Super Bowls.  Brady or Peyton? Peyton has better numbers but chokes in the playoffs...NBA players greatness? Jordan will be the best until Lebron and Kobe have more titles, even though LBJ has better stats. Baseball? No one ever mentions how many World Series Babe Ruth or Willie Mays won, But every baseball fan can tell you the number of home runs Hank Aaron hit, how many games Joe D's hit streak was, who the last player to hit .400 was, and what 300 wins means for a pitcher.

Now back to his statistics.  A .309 career hitter as a shortstop. A solid average, but we have seen so many players with higher batting averages than that. Among them, that are currently playing or have retired in our generation: Manny Ramirez, Edgar Martinez, Mike Piazza, Tony Gwynn, Miguel Cabrera, Nomar Garciaparra, Larry Walker, Todd Helton, Ichiro, Pujols, Vlad Guerrero, and Wade Boggs. Out of this list of 13 players, the only ones with less power than Jeter and his dog shit 259 career home runs are Ichiro, Boggs and Gwynn. Ichiro may be the best contact hitter we have ever seen and Boggs and Gwynn batted .338 and .336 for their careers respectively and both won more good gloves than DJ. Then there's the argument that shortstop isn't traditionally a position measured by offense. Although historically true, during much of Jeter's career it wasn't. We had the era of A-rod, Nomar, and Miggy Tejada in the late 90s/early 2000s. Now we have the era of Tulo and JJ Hardy, short stops who can mash.

Then there the people who will say, oh he's the captain of the greatest franchise in sports.  The shortstop of the New York fucking Yankees. My response to this: who gives a fuck. So what , you played in NY, big fucking deal. No one should be commended for the city they play in or what uniform they put on. Especially when it's a great franchise. If you're going to commend players for playing on a team for decades, then commend Tony Gwynn and Craig Biggio for spending their Hall of Fame careers on dog shit teams that always sucked. They remained loyal to those organizations and those fans even though they rarely sniffed the post season.

Also, let's not forget the people who claim that he played his entire career at shortstop, and didn't move positions like Ripken, ARod, and some others. Well to those people, you are an embarrassment to sports. He sucked at shortstop every year since 2006. Statically, the WORST defensive shortstop in baseball every single year since then. And it's not even close. What he should have done is moved positions to better the team.

For the record, Jeter does neither of these.

In conclusion, I am going to make a list if players that I have seen come and go that have better stats than DJ, and have not received the blowjobs from the fans and media that Jeter has gotten:

Randy Johnson
Frank Thomas

Farewell to El Capitan, I hope you ride off gloriously into the sunset and continue to bang chicks that I pound the pud over on a nightly basis.

September 24, 2014

Olbermann's Jeter rant and Yankees fan's response

No one likes Keith Olbermann, but occasionally he makes some sense. Today he absolutely EVISCERATED Derek Jeter with a 6 minute rant on how Jeter is overrated. Here's the link:

My take:

Jeter is no doubt overrated, because people compare him to the great Yankees of the past. I personally dont like comparing generations like that, the game is completely different now than it was then.

That being said, he's one of the all time greats, and a LARGE part of that reason cant be quantified in stats. You can't measure in stats what it takes to survive in NY as the face of a franchise, for example. Those are the challenges facing today's athletes... You think Ruth and Gherig had to deal with Social Media lash back? Obv not..... I dont think Jeter is the best Yankee of all time but I certainly think he deserves to be in the conversation. He's the best of this era, no doubt.


Resident Yankee fan JEREMY had this response to Olbermann:

Hey Keith Olbermann, go fuck yourself.

I can get into all the intagibles Captain Clutch has but instead I'll just throw some fun stats out there. Unless we are all like Keith and only care about WAR.

3,461 hits, 6th most all time, 1st all time among SS
1,922 runs, 1st all time among ss
Over 1,000 multi-hit games
Career OBP of .377, 1st all time among SS

Is that good?

Saying Jeter only led his team to one World Series win because he had Bernie Williams, Paul O'neill, etc in the first 4 is laughable!

Over 200 hits, 20 homers, 61 rbis and a .308 avg in the postseason. Yeah, guess it was his fault they ONLY won 5 World Series.

Not to mention, as of right this second, Jeter has played exactly 1 game where the Yankees were mathematically eliminated from the Playoffs. 1 game in 20 seasons...let that sink in!

Ok fine, intangibles. Jeets just lives for the big moment, for the big game. Class, leadership, clutch. El Capitan.
Derek Jeter just wants to go out there and play every game, that's just the player he has always been. But no Keith, he should just retire after his final home game Thursday.

Ruth, Gehrig, Mantle, DiMaggio, Berra, Jeter, Mo, Ford. Not bad company, huh?

Long Live the Jeets.

Fantasy Football Videocast Week 4

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September 17, 2014

2014 Dirty D Week 3 Power Ranks

1. Angry Pirates 2-0  (Last week: 3)

The rich get richer… Campbell is absolutely LOADED at RB.  McCoy, Murray, Sproles, J Bell, and now Knile Davis. Talk about quality & depth at the weakest/ most frail position. I still don’t love the QB/TE combo here but it’s getting the job done. Most points, undefeated record, biggest blowout of the week…Campbell is at the top right now.

2. Tahiti Loungers 2-0 (Last week: 1)

Mid-week trade (Garcon for Cobb) saved me a loss, and overall is was a slow week for my team. BUT Andrew Luck and Zach Ertz have both been better than expected, and the Lacy-Bell-Julio-Cobb foursome is terrorizing. The Mark Ingram injury gives Pierre Thomas a big boost as well. Josh Gordon won’t be back until after BYE weeks, but remains an A+ stash on my bench for the inevitable playoff appearance  (Only person in the league to make the playoffs every single year.)

3. A Pinch Better 2-0 (Last week: 5)

Another nice week for Sean, mostly due to Jimmy Graham (even though that long Percy Rush TD was actually out of bounds). I struggled ranking this team because the WRs are not great at all, and in a PPR league were you can start 3 of them, you need to be better at WR. BUT… you can’t ignore teams like this. Teams with Alfred Morris, Marshawn Lynch, and Vincent Jackson. Although these guys are not PPR machines, they can still go off and have done well for Sean thus far. Cam Newton’s upside was a nice addition to this lineup after Week 1.

4. Victorious Secret 2-0 (Last week: 6)

Dan made a prediction that Kait would lose 1 player per week all year due to the age and brittleness of this team. “The Brittle Bunnies” While that prediction may be slightly exaggerated, it’s not THAT crazy. This week’s victim: Vernon Davis. He left the game on crutches and will be riding the pine for a few weeks. It would have been nice to see Kait grab Gates or another TE off the wire, but she does have the black unicorn to fill in for now.  Arian Foster is on pace for like, 500 touches. He’s been productive thus far but he WILL get hurt at this usage rate. One nice spot on this roster is Khiry Robinson… his role is set to expand with Mark Ingram out of the lineup for over a month.

5. Crossing Guards 1-1 (Last week: 7)

Aaaannnndddddddd that’s why I had Bill ranked so high, even after a dismal week 1. The power of the Rodgers-Jordy connection cannot and will not be denied. That one long TD pass on Sunday produced 33 fantasy points by my count… that’s right… one play, 33 points. Julien Edelman has also been a nice surprise (at least to me, I was semi down on him entering the year) and Crabtree looks like a locked in WR starter every week.

However, Bill has lost AP, probably for the year. Sure, it was wise to pick up Asiata, but going from AP to Asiata is still a monster downgrade. Moreno also got hurt this week so Bill is hurting at RB.  Also, Jordan Reed and Jordan Cameron are still hurt. Cameron might return this week, but if he doesn’t, Bill will need to pick and pop a TE.

6. Eat More Chicken 1-1 (Last week: 4)

This is another team I like that had a down week. I want to say I’m getting a little concerned with Demaryiuus Thomas, but I’m not. He’ll get his. Gio Bernard has been a great player (maybe the best RB in the league), and I expect Stafford to play more like he did in Week 1 than Week 2 this year so no worries there. BUT this is another team that’s woefully thin at RB, but very strong elsewhere. Also, just so everyone is aware, the Seahawks defense scored -1 fantasy points this week. Negative One, as in, would have been better if Jenna left the spot empty. Seattle is the 20th best D/ST in our league this year. Jenna picked Seattle in the 7th round. Just a few names Jenna passed on to pick Seattle: Darren Sproles, Terrance West, Zach Ertz, Greg Olsen, Reggie Wayne, Khiry Robinson… I think you get my point. #HUGEwasteofapick.

7. Mosey Machine 1-1 (Last week: 2)

What a GROSS week for Beck. Just awful. AJ Green throws up a donut and is unavailable until week 5. Colston also threw up a donut, but the big concern here is that he WASN’T hurt. What’s up with that? It’s just one game but that still makes me nervous for Colston as he didn’t even register one target. I hate owning players that are just left out of game plans like that.  Also, more WR woes, Victor Cruz isn’t that great. Whether it’s him, his QB, the offense, I don’t know- but Victor Cruz is certainly not performing up to his draft position. Montee Ball and Shane Vereen had quiet weeks and Pitta lost out on 2 TDS to Owen Daniels. I suppose I should say one nice thing about this team… so I’ll touch on Cutler. He’s been an animal, and at this point I would feel pretty comfortable placing him in my top 6 QBs ROS, barring injury.

8. Boston Patriots 0-2  (Last week: 8)

Ho Hum, another solid team with no RB depth whatsoever. I kinda feel bad for Mr. B, but then again I don’t- If he had played Brandon Marshall against me this week, he would have won. BUT he sat him for Brandin Cooks, based on the reports saying that Marshall wouldn’t play on Sunday Night  Football. Cooks ended up with just 7 points and B Marsh had 3 TDs. You simply can’t blame Mr. B for this. Reggie Bush has been very disappointing this year, and Rashad Jennings plays on the anemic Giants offense so who knows how good he can be this year. Brady has been gross, Witten has been gross, and although I think Sanders will be fine, the return of Welker takes a LITTLE shine off of him.

9. A1 Providers  1-1 (Last week: 11)

Paul got a win this week despite no outstanding performances. Mike Wallace and Frank Gore managed to get a TD but outside of that, nothing exciting from Paul this week. Megatron was contained, and Drew Brees only managed 15 points… but rest assured over the next 5 weeks Brees is going to RAKE starting this week in the dome. Lamar Miller is banged up, but the good thing here is Moreno is no longer in the picture. Miller should be a good play when healthy. Gore is slowing down big time… he will continue to get carries but very soon we should see the changing of the guard to Carlos Hyde. Another positive note on Paul’s team is the upbeat play from Greg Olsen. He’s been good.

10. The rental guys 0-2 (Last week: 9)

Want to know who the best player is on this team? Ahmad Bradshaw. Yup. Leads this team in points. Now, to be fair, Bradshaw has been very good. I like him significantly more than TRENT Richardson, who Dan also has. But, when your best player is someone like Bradhsaw, you got issues. One issue: Gronk. I personally wasn’t very high on Gronk this year because I knew it would take a bit of time to get him back up to the elite level he was being drafted at. He has only played about 30% of snaps, that will go up and so will his production, as long as he stays healthy. Also, Zac Stacy. He’s clearly ahead of Cunningham on the Rams, but he has almost no shot at living up to his ADP. Eric Decker getting hurt doesn’t help, and Colin Kaepernick doesn’t look like he’ll be able to take the leap into the next level fantasy-wise. He’s a great QB2/matchup play, but not someone I want to lean on every week.

11. Team Ice Cream 0-2 (Last week: 12)

WOOF. Adam’s first round pick is performing well- Ghostkowski has been the 2nd best kicker so far- but every other draft pick is busting. Big time. The best player on this roster last week was Delanie Walker, who exploded for 32 points. BUT- Locker sucked. Garcon was, unpredictably, awful. Toby Gerhart sucks at football. Ryan Mathews re injured himself and is out for 4-6 weeks. Ellington has been OK, but not even close to what you expect from your 2nd round RB. This team is not great right now. While still fairly deep at RB, it’s a lot harder to cash in that depth in the trade market when nearly everyone is underperforming. Might be a long year for Adam in 2014.

12. The Godfather 0-2 (Last week: 10)

Ummmmm. This team can’t afford that Jamaal Charles injury. Just can’t.  Another bad turn of luck for Abe this week, and high ankle sprains are not the easiest of injuries to come back from. Not to pile on here, but Abe picked both a defense (8th) and kicker (11th) before Knile Davis ended up  being selected in the 13th round by another team… so, this unfortunate position Abe is in is kind of his own fault. Michael Floyd is also somewhat of a question mark while his QB is injured… if Palmer is tossing the rock I want no part of Floyd. Better days are ahead for Keenen Allen and Kyle Rudolph, but this team can’t wait too long, although the only playoff team ever to start 0-3 was led by Abe in 2012.

September 10, 2014

2014 Dirty D Week 2 Power Ranks

Week 2 power Ranks

1. Tahiti Loungers (1-0, 142 points)

If Leveon Bell is this good all year, watch out. Potentially adding Josh Gordon to this squad is deadly and more than makes up for losing Rice for the year. Luck and Ertz both showing signs of potential top-5 campaigns.

2. Mosey Machine (1-0, 134 points)

Backing up Tate with West is already paying off, although the Giants offense (and Cruz) are worrisome. Overall, this is a great roster top to bottom. Both Cutler and Pitta looked better than expected in Week 1. (And I expected both to be pretty good.)

3. Angry Pirates (1-0, 149 points)

Cordarrelle Patterson is a special player. He had 100+ rushing yards in Week 1. This team is rock solid at both RB and WR. Not so great at QB/TE, yet. Lots of potential, though.

4. Eat More Chicken (1-0, 137 points)

23 total points from all RBs on the roster in Week 1 is alarming. Everywhere else, Jenna is stacked. Best QB/TE combo in the league.

5. A Pinch Better (1-0, 132 points)

Another very solid starting lineup. Talks of Beast mode slowing down seem premature, but after Percy the WRs are “meh”. Jimmy Graham had a slow game with a 8/82 line. That’s how good he is.

6. Victorious Secret (1-0, 118 points)

Foster, Nicks, Maclin, and Spiller are all very effective when healthy. Right now this team is a tough out, but we’ll see how long it can stay on the field. Roddy White is a beast.

7. The  Crossing Guards (0-1, 88 points)

Both TEs getting dinged up hurts, but Week 1 was slow only because Rodgers/Jordy/AP were all contained. Don’t count on that happening again.

8. Boston Patriots (0-1, 104 points)

This team really needs Reggie Bush and Rashad Jennings not to suck this year or it’s in for a bumpy ride. Witten and Brady are just OK so the WRs need to beast virtually every week for Mr. B. I think this is going to be a playoff bubble/.500 team all year.

9. The rental guys (0-1, 104 points)

The Stacy situation is very disappointing, and I hate the RB depth on this team. Winning games early with a healthy Gronk is important. I’ll be closely watching Terrance Williams vs Reggie Wayne this year, as I passed on Wayne for Williams in the draft. I think it might have been a mistake, Wayne looked great in Week 1.  (Williams did too, but Wayne is niceee)

10. The Godfather (0-1, 111 points)

Not a great week for Abe. Charles barely touched the ball, Martin got hurt mid game, Rudolph and Allen were both quiet. Matty Ice was a beast, but this team may produce headaches frequently this year unless there is more consistency throughout the roster.

11. A1 Providers (0-1, 132 points)

After Megatron and Brees this team is pretty Ugly. Gross RB situation, I’m not an Olsen fan, and just overall very limited upside.

12. Team Ice Cream (0-1, 102 points)

2nd lowest score in the league in Week 1. Three starters (Ellington, Gates, Gerhart) are questionable for Week 2. Adam has a bunch of Chargers (Mathews, Floyd, Gates) and they are playing the Seahawks. Nothing good here right now.

September 5, 2014

MAGL August 2014 Stats

August 2014 of MAGL is in the books. We got our boy Bill Poch back and overall, participation was solid. Adam and I still have perfect attendance in 2014. (Adam might even have had perfect attendance last year, too.) We got to play all 5 Friday's in August. Sadly, we didn't do a great job remembering to take pics this month.

Here are the rounds:

Forgot to snap one before Bill left 
Week 12- 8/1/14- Right Course 
James 39
Adam 45
Bill 50

Week 13- 8/8/14- Back Course 
James 41
Adam 45
Bill 48
Dan 50

Week 14- 8/15/14- Middle Course 
Bill 41
James 44
Adam 46

Week 15- 8/22/14- Right Course 
James 45
Andy 45
Adam 49
Dan 54

Week 16- 8/29/14- Back Course 
James 42
Andy 47
Adam 48
Bill 48
Beckerman 58

Below is a chart of August ONLY stats:
(click to enlarge)

Below is a chart of ALL GOLF LEAGUE 2014  stats:

Some other cool random graphs from MAGL 2014 thus far:

September 4, 2014

Thursday Night Football betting guide

By: Jeremy Tannenbomb

Current line: Seahawks -6 vs Packers

What a great game to kickoff the NFL season. Spreads are tricky in Seattle. 6 seems a bit high since they are facing one of the better teams in the league in the Packers. I will keep my eye on this number as it gets closer to gametime. Seattle is a crazy place, and after winning the Super Bowl last season, I expect it to be as loud as it’s ever been. The first half spread of Seattle -3 is what I would look at here. I see the Seahawks coming out red hot with the crowd behind them and getting off to a faster start than Green Bay. I am intrigued by the O/U at 47. I kind of like the Under here. If anyone can slow down this Packers offense it will be Seattle at home. I see this game ending up in the low 40s.

Prediction: Seahawks 23, Packers 17
Seahawks 1st Half -3

Player to Score 1st TD:
Marshawn Lynch 4/1
Randall Cobb 7/1
I will usually go with 1 player on each team.  I like to typically go more than 5 to 1 on these but Lynch seems like as good a bet as any to get the first TD for Seattle. 

September 3, 2014

NFL best Win Over/Unders for 2014

By: Jeremy Tannenbomb

Good to have Football back. Now let’s get right into some NFL Win Total bets with the season set to start on Thursday.

Win Total Best Bets:

Niners Under 10.5 

Love the Niners under. Harbaugh and ownership hate each other, Ray McDonald is trying to become the first player to get suspended under the new Domestic Violence rules, and the news finally came down on Friday that Aldon Smith will miss 9 games. On top of all that, I really don’t buy into Colin Kaepernick (Editors note: Strongly disagree, love Kap). They are in a very tough, physical division, so you can’t mark down any game as an easy win even with the Rams throwing Shaun Hill out there. They also have tough road games with the Saints and Broncos. I think they have a good chance to make the playoffs but I don’t see them getting 11 or more wins. Look for them to end up around 9 or 10 wins and fight for a Wild Card spot.

Packers Over 10.5

I expect the Packers to have a big season. I don’t love the Lions or Vikings so I don’t think their division is as tough as some might think. Jordy Nelson is one of the best WR’s in football, Lacy looking at a monster season in his 2nd year, with what hopes to be a full healthy year from Rodgers and Cobb and I see them having one of the best offenses in football.  2 big road games at Seattle and New Orleans, but you get Philly and New England at home. No other out of division games really scares me. I see them fighting for a top seed in the NFC in the end.

Chargers Over 8

Total of 8 just seems weird to me. A year ago they were in the playoffs, winning a road game at Cincy. They had one of the best offenses in the league behind a revitalized Philip Rivers. I see the Chiefs regressing and the Raiders being terrible within the division. They also luck out with their tougher games and get the Seahawks and Patriots at home. I just don’t see this team doing worse than .500. Plus, Rivers and that BOLO tie, fashion mogul.

Lions Under 8.5
Panthers Under 8.5
Cowboys Under 7.5
Patriots Over 11

These are a few others I might consider. Panthers and Cowboys I definitely won’t touch, as the odds are just not worth it. I just feel very strongly about these 2 teams not doing well. The Panthers are in a very tough division with the Saints, Falcons, and Bucs. They also have a weak offense with Cam banged up already. As for the Cowboys, I just think their defense is one of the worst we may ever see. I don’t see them getting to .500 this season. I touched on the Lions a bit. Think they have a tough schedule and could easily be .500 or worse. Patriots I just threw in here because they win 11+ games every year and besides the Broncos, no team really stands out. I am sure they will do it again, I just couldn’t bet on them.

Editors Note: Pats Over 11 is basically the lock of the decade. They have at least 12 wins in the past 4 seasons and this year they are decisively better than last. Free Money. 

Finna win, #JeremyGuarantee.

September 2, 2014

2014 Dirty D Draft Recap, Ranks, and Notes

Last Night was the 6th version of the Dirty D fantasy football draft. Everyone was in attendance this year, so that's an improvement (#AutoBill  #DeutscheBill)

Here is the final draft board: (Click to enlarge)

12 team, PPR, 4 pt per passing TD, snake draft, random order:


Everything you read below is just my unprofessional opinion and you may or may not agree with my assessment of the draft or each team. I always welcome differing opinions so if anyone wants to rank these drafts I will post it here on my blog. Try not to be too sensi reading this blog, it's just fantasy football.

Steal of the Draft #1- Adrian Peterson, 6th overall to The Crossing Guards

Steal of the Draft #2-  DeMarco Murray, 24th overall to Angry Pirates

Steal of the Draft #3-  Leveon Bell, 32nd overall to Tahiti Loungers

Steal of the Draft #4-   Roddy White, 33rd overall to Victorious Secret

Steal of the Draft #5- Toby Gerhart, 50th overall to Team Ice Cream

Steal of the Draft #6-  Andrew Luck, 80th overall to Tahiti Loungers

Steal of the Draft #7- Reggie Wayne, 93rd overall to the rental guys

Steal of the Draft #8- Ruben Randle, 103rd overall to A Pinch Better

Steal of the Draft #90- Carlos Hyde, 119th overall to Team Ice  Cream

Steal of the Draft #9- RG3, 129th overall to Victorious Secret

Reach of the Draft #1- Arian Foster, 9th overall to Victorious Secret

Reach of the Draft #2- Drew Brees, 20th overall to A1 Providers

Reach of the Draft #3-  Matt Ryan, 46th overall to The Godfather

Reach of the Draft #4- CJ?K 66th overall to A Pinch Better

Reach of the Draft #5-  Nick Foles 72nd overall to Angry Pirates

Reach of the Draft #6- Seattle D/ST, 82nd overall to Eat More Chicken

Reach of the Draft #7- Jay Cutler, 86th overall to Mosey Machine

Reach of the Draft #8- Hakeem Nicks, 88th overall to Victorious Secret


I want to explain how I ranked the teams. First, I am not a believer in kickers or defenses making a difference in fantasy. Why? Math. That's why. Despite what you may think, D/STs and kickers have very little influence on a team/ it's hard to tell the difference between them in early September. Sure, SEATTLE D/ST may be the one exception, but even still, you can stream a defense every week and get to 80% of Seattle's production.

So I didn't include any kickers or D/STs when ranking the teams. I strictly rated each team based on:

QBs, RBs, WRs, and TEs.

The best team in each category was assigned 12 points, the second best team 11 points, etc.

Now, we all know all positions are not created equally. RBs are more valuable than QBs. WRs are more valuable than TEs, because you start 2-3 of them per week. Therefore, when judging each team, I assigned a weight to each position. After talking to a few people, I decided to use:

40% weight for RBs
30% weight for WRs
20% weight for QBs
10% weight for TEs

So, for example, if I thought Paul had the best WR group, I would assign him 12 points. Then I would take 12 and multiply it by 30 for a total WR score of 360. I then added up everyone's positional scores and totaled them. Here are the raw results:

One thing this math equation does not do is take into account the GAPS between position. For example, Sean has a much larger advantage with Jimmy Graham than this equation would show. So, based off the above, here are MY official unprofessional ranks for this year's draft:

1. Tahiti Loungers (haters finna hate)
2. Mosey Machine 
3. Boston Patriots 
4. Angry Pirates 
5. Eat More Chicken
6. The Crossing Guards 
7. A Pinch Better
8. Victorious Secret
9. Team Ice Cream
10. the rental guys 
11. A1 Providers 
12. The Godfather 

Team by Team notes:

Tahiti Loungers

QB1- Andrew Luck
QB2- Tony Romo

RB1- Eddie lacy
RB2- Leveon Bell
RB3- Pierre Thomas
RB4- Ray Rice
RB5- Andre Williams
RB6- Lance Dunbar
RB7- James Starks

WR1- Julio Jones
WR2- Pierre Garcon
WR3- Terrance Williams
WR4- Cody Latimer
WR5- Josh Gordon

TE1- Zach Ertz

Defense- None
Kicker- None

I was hoping that Jimmy Graham fell to me at #8 but I knew there was a good chance Bill or Sean would scoop him up. I can't complain too much- Eddie Lacy at #8 is a gift from the Fantasy Gods. He's a stud and I am expecting a MONSTER season from the entire Packer offense.

I was borderline shocked that Julio Jones fell to me in the 2nd round. I was ready to pick another RB but I couldn't pass on Julio, who was pacing as the #1 WR last year before he got hurt.

I also thought Leveon Bell dropping to me in the 3rd round was a little ridiculous... above I listed him as one of the better steals of the draft.

Ray Rice is someone who I think, upon return from suspension in Week 3, has a chance to surprise some people. I think a bunch of people even made fun of this pick when I made it, guess we'll have to see who gets the last laugh.

I was pleasantly surprised Andrew Luck fell so far in the draft. I knew before I picked him a QB run was about to go down, and I definitely wanted to grab Luck before someone else sniped him.

Clearly this team is built on RB strength. That was my goal going in, and I'm happy coming out. I'm armed with RBs for days for trade season.

PS- Josh Gordon is expected to sue the NFL and file for a TRO which means he still may be able to play this year. Sure, it's unlikely, but at a 15th round price, I'll just drop him in the next couple days if nothing happens. These are the types of moves I wish more people in our league would consider making.... Not drafting a kicker and picking a high upside flier that you can trade in anytime.

Best Picks: Lacy, Jones, Bell, Luck
Worst Picks: none. If I thought any of my picks were bad I wouldn't have picked them

Overall Rank:  1st  (Haters fuel me)

Team Ice Cream

QB1- Ben Roethlisberger

RB1- Andre Ellington
RB2- Ryan Mathews
RB3- Toby Gerhart
RB4- Jeremy Hill
RB5- Carlos Hyde

WR1- Randall Cobb
WR2- Golden Tate
WR3- Mike Evans
WR4- Harry Douglas
WR5- Jarret Boykin
WR6- Da'Rick Rogers

TE1- Ladarius Green

Defense- St Louis
Kicker- Ghost

Adam took a kicker in Round 1, #2 overall. Needless to say, this hampered him big time in the draft.

I thought Adam did a great job of getting  RBs early when he could. The strategy here was obviously wait wait wait on QB and TE and just grab as many good RBs/WRs as possible. I think Adam took this a little too far. I totally understand the value of waiting, but somewhere in round 8, 9 or 10 you should be looking for a good QB, considering the history of our league (people taking multiple QBs too early . One of the most baffling picks was the St. Louis D/ST in the 11th Round. I thought this was an auto pick. RG3, Russell Wilson, a handful of RB lotto tickets all would have been much superior picks. I'm interested to hear why Adam went down the path he did. I also thought he waited way too long on TE... picking WR4 before you have your TE isn't advisable (at least when that WR4 is the 40th WR off the board... aka nothing special. And now Adam is stuck with Ladarius Green. Does he have potential to be really good? Sure. But he still has some hall of fame guy named Antonio Gates ahead of him who will siphon away all of Green's value as long as he's healthy.

Overall, Adam scored the lowest amount of points in my positional matrix, but because he acquired enough good players for trade chips I bumped him up to the #9 spot.

Best Picks: Ellington, Gerhart, Mathews
Worst Picks: Rams D/ST

Overall Rank: 9                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

Victorious Secret

QB1- Peyton Manning
QB2- RG3
QB3- Johnny Football

RB1- Arian Foster
RB2- CJ Spiller
RB3- Stevan Ridley
RB4- Khiry Robinson

WR1- Roddy White
WR2- Jeremy Maclin
WR3- Hakeem Nicks
WR4- Jordan Mathews

TE1- Vernon Davis
TE2- Martellus Bennett

Defense- Patriots
Kicker- who cares/ doesn't matter

Kait is a Doctor. We all know that. A Doctor in Physical Therapy. So why, WHY Kait did you take so many brittle players? Foster at #9 is too risky for me. Sure if he stays healthy, he can justify that spot... but most people think Foster is a walking hamstring timebomb. Spiller could be good value, but again, we've seen him crumble before. Maclin and Nicks are possibly THE two most injury prone WRs in the league, so there is a lot of risk on this team.

There is also a lot of reward. If Foster and Spiller stay healthy, this team could rake. I LOVE Roddy White this year, I thought he was a steal towards the end of Round 3. RGIII lasted WAY too long in our draft....I think it's perfect to draft him as a high upside back up like Kait did. RG3 could be a huge trade chip at some point this season for Kait (Or, better yet, if RG3 works out she can trade Manning if the team gets too thin.)

Best: Roddy, RG3
Worst: Nicks,

Overall Rank: 8

Angry Pirates 

QB1- Nick Foles

RB1- LeSean McCoy
RB2- Demarco Murray
RB3- Jonique Bell
RB4- Darren Sproles
RB5- Kniles Davis

WR1- Antonio Brown
WR2- Cordarelle Patterson
WR3- Kendall Wright
WR4- Kelvin Benjamin
WR5- Riley Cooper
WR6- Aaron Dobson

TE1- Travis Kelce

Similar to my team, Campbell built his strength on quality RB depth, and I love it. I've never actually seen Murray fall to the last pick of the 2nd round in mocks this year... I doubt Campbell expected him to be there. Bell is also a nice player to have... I do expect him and Reggie Bush to split time if they are both healthy, but I think there will be enough work for both players.

The WR corps here is also very solid. Antonio Brown is a great pick and Patterson is a lot of peoples favorite sleeper. He has stupid speed, and if he wasn't on the stupid Vikings he'd probably be a 2nd round pick.

The QB/TE situation here is not the best... and its not as good as it could have been either , which is a shame. Campbell took Foles as the #6 QB off the board which actually is about right, but still too early for my liking. I understand that picking on the turn you have to reach for the  guys you like as they wont be there, but as a Foles believer I still woudl have passed on him at the 6/7 turn. ESP considering Campbell already has McCoy. I'm sort of in the camp where I like the QB-WR teammate connection, and I don't mind the WR-RB combo, but I really don't like the QB-RB combo like Campbell made for himself. Instead, at that turn, I wish Cbell took a TE. Because he ended up waiting forever and drafting Travis Kelce, who DOES have some nice upside but hes hard to trust as a starter right now.

Bottom line, though, is this team will be really good because of the RBs.

Best: Murray, Patterson
Worst: Foles,

Overall Rank: 4

Eat More Chicken 

QB1- Matt Stafford

RB1- Gio Bernard
RB2- Danny Woodhead
RB3- Bernard Pierce
RB4- Shonn Greene

WR1- Demaryius Thomas
WR2- Andre Johnson
WR3- Torey Smith
WR4- Sammy Watkins
WR5- Doug Baldwin

TE1- Julius Thomas

Defense- Seattle

Sigh. What a great start for this team. I would LOVE this team if Jenna didnt make a couple mistakes:

1. Drafting Matt Stafford.

I love Stafford and I love him this year but when you go TE early, as a rule you cant reall go QB "early" either. I would have much preferred Jenna to grab Ben Tate here and get a QB later.

2. Drafting a defense so early

This was a gross pick. It just is, people. Jenna did the same thing last year... passed on talent on the board to pick the Seattle defense. And guess what ? her team was thin. Again, picking a defense this early is not a good move. I feel like I write about this all the time and people just ignore it so Ill just leave this at it's a horrible pick.

Jenna's team would be BEAST if she had any RB depth. But she has virtually none. After Gio, who I like, her next best RBs all suck. You just cant win without RBs and when you're not active on the waiver wire or trade market, you really can't hamstring yourself like this in the draft without a plan.

The one awesome thing here is that Jenna is going to get a combined 25 TDs from the Thomas boys in Denver. Just lethal to have Peyton's top 2 targets on your team. The Crossing Guards are the lucky team to play Jenna on Denver's bye.

Best: D. Thomas, J Thomas
Worst: Seattle Def.  STOP PICKING D/ST SO EARLY.

Overall Rank:  5th

A Pinch Better

QB1- Cam Newton
QB2- Philip Rivers

RB1- Marshawn Lynch
RB2- Alfred Morris
RB3- Chris Johnson
RB4- Mike Tolbert

WR1- Vincent Jackson
WR2- Percy Harvin
WR3- Wes Welker
WR4- Ruben Randle
WR5- Dwayne Bowe
WR6- Steve Smith

TE1- Jimmy Graham

I think Sean must have a terrible non-ppr influence from playing in his other  (non-ppr) leagues. Lynch, Morris and V Jax are 3 big time fallers in PPR ranks. I liked at least 3 other RBs on the board more than Lynch (Martin, Ellington, Murray.)

The other problem is that Sean just stopped drafting RBs. Sure, he took CJ?K in the 6th (a pick I hate) but what happened Sean? Last year Sean survived on his RB depth. This year, he will likely be hurting at RB, which is never a good thing.

Sean really needs Welker or Randle to have a big year. Welker was a solid pick where he went- risky, but big upside. Same with Randle... I like his upside and thought it was a nice pick up in the 9th round.

Jimmy Graham was a great pick at #7 overall, as as I already mentioned, would have been my personal selection. I also like the QBs Sean got later in the draft... Cam fell far, and the duo Sean has here should be pretty good all year.

Best: Jimmy, Randle
Worst: V Jax, Chris Johnson (Newsflash, it isn't 2009)

Overall Rank: 7

The Godfather

QB1- Matt Ryan

RB1- Jamaal Charles
RB2- Doug Martin
RB4- Steven Jackson
RB5- Chris Ivory
RB6- Bobby Rainey

WR1- Keenan Allen
WR2- Michael Floyd
WR3- Kenbrell Thompkins
WR4- Brandon LaFell
WR5- Kenny Britt

TE1- Kyle Rudolph

OK. Lets start with the GOOD:

Abe's first 2 rounds went swimmingly. Charles is a fine selectionin the 1st, and I thought Doug Martin was a really nice pick in the 2nd round. Love Dougie this year. Easily Abe's best pick. My other favorite pick of Abe's was Kyle Rudolph.  I thought he went just where he should have and if Abe wanted him, he certainly would not have been able to wait an extra round, so the Rudolph pick was good.

Now, the BAD. Actually, wait. Go take a bathroom break first because we have a lot to cover:

-Matt Ryan pick in the 4th round, 46th overall.

Are you trolling me with this pick Abe? I can't understand it for a few reasons. Matt Ryan's ADP is around 70. You took him as the 4th QB off the board. The 4th QB? Even if you think he finishes that high, wayyyy too early. After gettting #salted by the entire league after the pick was made, I promised I would explain in depth why this was a really bad pick.
Instaead of Matt Ryan at 46 overall, you could have selected Ryan Mathews. Later in the draft in Round 9 you picked Steven Jackson, with Romo, Rivers, and Kaepernick on the board still.

Which combo would you rather have?

Ryan/S Jax?

Pretty much a no-brainer. You could have replaced 80% of Ryan's value 4-5 round later, while S Jax isn't nearly 80% the player Ryan Mathews is supposed to be.

-San Fran D/ST in the 8th round was at least 4 rounds too early. While someone MIGHT be able to make a case for Seattle's D/ST being picked before the double digit rounds, you 100% cannot make that case for any other defense. They change way too much from year to year. Navarro Bowman wont be ready until mid-season, earliest. Aldon Smith got a 9 game suspension. They downgraded at safety and the corners aren't that great to begin with. Just overall way too early to pick this D/ST.

Kenbrell Thompkins ADP is 161, hes being taken as the 71st WR off the board.

Abe picked him at #118, at least 4 rounds too early. IMUO, Thompkins isn't even draft able. Homer pick.

Anyway, Abe had a rough draft after the first few picks. The good news, though, is Abe is one of the most active owners on the waiver wire and in the trade market, so he should be able to overcome what I feel as if is the worst draft in the league.

Best:  Martin, Rudolph
Worst: Ryan, SF, Thompkins

Overall Rank: 12

the rental guys 

QB1- Colin Kaepernick

RB1- Mat Forte
RB2- Zac Stacy
RB3- Trent Richardson
RB4- Ahmad Bradshaw

WR1- DeSean Jackson
WR2- TY Hilton
WR3- Eric Decker
WR4- Reggie Wayne
WR5- Cecil Shorts III
WR6- DeAndre Hopkins

TE1- Gronk

Last year I gave Dan the second best draft. This year, we are on different pages and I gave him the 3rd worst.

You probably have felt like you've read this 1,000,000 times in the blog, bu the RB depth here is so weak!!! Why do people always ignore RB depth? I love the WR depth on this team... but Id much rather invest in 7 RBs over 7 WRs, especially when one of Dan's 3 RBs is Trent Richardson. The guy literally has done nothing in the NFL. He had three good weeks in 2012 and that's it.The fact he got traded for a 1st rounder is insane, and anyone who is leaning on T Rich in 2014 is in trouble. He's just a plodder with a big name from a big school that ESPN talked about too much. He sucks.

The Gronk pick in the 2nd round is's not the direction I would go, way to risky for me, but it's not a bad pick. I would have really liked to see Dan grab a second useful tight end instead of a 6th and 7th WR later in the draft. Zach Ertz Round 9 instead of Shorts would have been a great pick and made me feel much better about Gronk.

I really hated the Eric Decker pick, there were 6 WRs on the board still avail I like better than Decker.

Deandre Hopkins could be a good sleeper that Dan picked late, and even though I don't love Kaepernick this year, Dan got him really cheap so that part of his draft worked out well.

I also thought Reggie Wayne fell too far... probably Dan's best pick since he got him so late. It wouldn't surprise me at all if Wayne is Dan's best WR on his team this year.

Best: Forte, Wayne
Worst: T Rich, Decker

Overall Rank: 10

The Crossing Guards 

QB1- Aaron Rodgers

RB1- Adrian Peterson
RB2- Fred Jackson
RB3- Knoshon Moreno
RB4- Devonta Freeman
RB5- Jonathan Stewart

WR1- Jordy Nelson
WR2- Michael Crabtree
WR3- Julien Edelman
WR4- Justin Hunter
WR5- James Jones

TE1- Jordan Cameron
TE2- Jordan Reed

Bill's first live draft in 2 years! Well Done! Bill was handed AP at #6 overall, who I would have taken 1st, so I already love that. I was very happy with the Jordy Nelson pick as well in the 2nd round. That's about as good of a start as you can have... AP-Jordy.

And then the 3rd round came. I wont lie, I had my eyes on Aaron Rodgers too, but Bill grabbed in. It's a solid move. If I didnt think Rodgers would be the best QB this season, I wouldn't approve of it, but I do.. so I like the pick.

At this point in the draft if I am Bill I would have prioritized RB at my next pick. I would have loved to see him grab Mathews or even Jonique Bell, but instead Bill went with Crabtree, an interesting player. I think I like him a lot this year, so it's not a horrible pick, but I still would have grabbed one of the last safe RBs if I was Bill.

Bill also secured two really nice TEs... looking to take advantage of the W/R/T slot this year in Cameron and Reed. I like them both a lot.

Overall Bill's team is very strong EXCEPT he is very thin at RB, which is a big deal. I know AP probably has one of his RB slots on lock down all year, but God forbid an injury to AP and this team is sunk.

Overall, this is a really nice team. I just really hate being so thin at RB though and I have to dock you major points for that. BUT, just so everyone knows, I kinda wanted to rank this team higher.

Best: AP, Jordy, Reed
Worst: Edelman (Another chance to boost your RBs you passed on)

Overall Rank: 6th

Mosey Machine 

QB1- Jay Cutler

RB1- Montee Ball
RB2- Shane Vereen
RB3- Ben Tate
RB4- Terrance West
RB5- Mark Ingram
RB6- Ronnie Hillman

WR1- AJ Green
WR2- Victor Cruz
WR3- Marques Colston
WR4- Greg Jennings

TE1- Dennis Pitta
TE2- Charles Clay

Well, this is the last year I'm helping Beckerman prepare for his drafts!

I loved this draft, almost top to bottom with just a few flaws.

The good:

Shane Vereen was a good pick at the end of the 3rd round. It's the highest Ive seen him go and it's still a good pick. I really would have loved to get Vereen in the 4th with my own pick but I knew my pre draft love for Vereen that I expressed to Beck would prevent him from falling.

Ben Tate at the end of the 5th round was a steal. He shouldnt have lasted this long. And Beckerman backed him up with Terrance West, which was a good move.

Another TE I am high on this year is Dennis Pitta. I think he should be a PPR machine, and Beckerman let Pitta fall to him so it wasnt too early at all.

The only critique I have here is that Beckerman picked Jay Cutler too early. Adding another WR or TE would have been much better IMUO.

Best: Vereen, Tate, Pitta
Worst: Cutler

Overall Rank:  2

A1 Providers

QB1- Drew Brees

RB1- Frank Gore
RB2- Lamar Miller
RB3- Deangelo Williams
RB4- Jaquizz Rodgers

WR1- Megatron
WR2- Alshon Jeffery
WR3- Larry Fitzgerald
WR4- Mike Wallace
WR5- Anquan Boldin
WR6- Brian Hartline
WR7- Danny Amendola

TE1- Greg Olsen

Not picking a RB until the 5th round: Bold strategy Cotton, let's see how it turned out:

It turned out  somewhat OK. I personally would hate owning this team... it's just too WR heavy. I'm SURE Paul can and will make a trade or two eventually because he will have to. The good thing is  at least 4 of Pauls WRs could finish in the top 20.

Drew Brees was a reach... in the 2nd round Paul would have been much better off grabbing a RB. In fact, if he had taken someone like Doug Martin instead of Brees (and maybe Brady in the 7th) I would really have loved this team.

The one good thing about building a team on WRs is the fact they are healthier than RBs in general. So, Paul's team will likely be fairly steady all year. If he can get a few wins early and trade for a proven RB, watch out for the A1 Providers.

Best: Wallace I guess
Worst: Brees, Fitz

Overall Rank: 11

Boston Patriots

QB1- Tom Brady

RB1- Reggie Bush
RB2- Bishop Sankey
RB3- Rashad Jennings
RB4- LeGarrette Blount
RB5- Darren McFadden

WR1- Dez Bryant
WR2- Brandon Marshall
WR3- Emmanuel Sanders
WR4- Brandin Cools
WR5- Markus Wheaton

TE1- Jason Witten
TE2- Heath Miller

I know Mr. B wasn't happy with his draft spot, but I don't know why. I would have preferred to pick from the 12 hole. I would have also started WR-WR like Mr. B did... granted I would have taken Julio and Dez instead of Marshall did the right thing and loaded up on and Dez but to each his own.

Half our league could learn a lesson here. After going WR-WR, MR B did the right thing by loading up on RBs with his next 3 picks. It's still just a middle of the road RB corps, but since Mr. B is so strong at WR that hardly matters.

With good health, this should be a playoff team. I liked this draft a lot, cant really find anything negative to write abotu and also my brain is fried since this is the last team write up.

Best: Bush, Bryant, Blount

Overall Rank: 3