Yes, I quoted Samuel L. Jackson from “Pulp Fiction.” The Seahawks pulled off a big move on Monday morning by acquiring receiver/returned Percy Harvin from the Vikings. In return, the Vikings received two draft choices in 2013 (including a first-round selection) and one pick in 2014. Harvin had long been rumored to be on the […]

On Tuesday, the media horde descended upon the Mercedes-Benz Superdome for the annual madness that is Media Day. Hundreds of media members from television, radio and print outlets revved up the microphones and video cameras to interview the participants of Super Bowl XLVII. Of course, there are always media members in costumes and outrageous outfits […]

Week 8 ended with a resounding thud. I know. It was a fantastic blowout victory if you’re a backer of the 49ers … or if you owned the San Francisco defense in fantasyland. I get it. I’m talking in terms of being a compelling game. That ship sailed fairly early in the first half of […]

Michael Lombardi of the NFL Network reports that Randy Moss had decided to retire. Fantasy owners were curious to see whether Moss would receive a chance to put the odd journey that was 2010 behind him. Instead, he’s hanging up the cleats. Remember, he started the year with New England and posted a few huge […]

Mike Harmon and John Halpin reunite for the first time in 2011. This time out, they’re talking about the LVPs, the Least Valuable Players, of 2010. It’s a varied list that includes discussions of Matt Schaub, Beanie Wells, Ryan Mathews and, of course, Brett Favre and Randy Moss. F15 The LVPs

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Who do you trust? Following the unmitigated disaster that was Week 13 for many would-be heroes, fantasy owners approached Week 14 with caution. It’s the big week, either the first round of the playoffs or the final throes of the regular season. Perhaps Thursday’s big performances from our top options demonstrated that the fantasy world […]

If you watched this clip of the Childress Post-game press conference, you would not be able to tell that his team came back from a big deficit to win it. After surrendering a big lead, Brett Favre, Adrian Peterson and the Vikings rallied in the waning moments to earn a much-needed victory. The beleaguered, embattled […]

All eyes have been on the Minnesota Vikings since the 2009 season ended on a Brett Favre interception in the NFC Championship Game. How would Favre follow up the best statistical season of his career? Would he? Favre has experienced several tough-luck plays that factor into the final stat lines. I’m certainly not going to […]

After a 24-hour period rife with rumor, conjecture and speculation about his prospective whereabouts, Randy Moss is reporting to Tennessee as a member of the Titans. There were a number of teams where things seemed to be place for a claim and others where the “fit” wasn’t quite right. In the end, only the Titans […]

On Wednesday, another lottery will be conducted. NFL teams will place their ballots in the voting box. It’s a quick agenda: YES or NO on Proposition 84 As the whole sporting world knows, Brad Childress informed his team on Monday that Randy Moss wouldn’t be rejoining the squad for prep work in advance of the […]

I’ll write more about this later. I’ll wrap my head around it while completing the day’s road work. For now, I just need to wonder. Is Brad Childress just grasping at straws? On Monday, the Vikings waived Moss. He’d been with the team just several weeks and had opened up the offense for Percy Harvin […]

UPDATED: It’s a final – Moss goes to Minnesota in exchange for a third-round pick. —————————————— Several years ago, Brett Favre lobbied for the Packers to bring Randy Moss to Green Bay. Disagreements over his receiving corps was one of the reasons cited for why Favre ended his tenure in Green Bay and eventually ended […]

I don’t know which was more disturbing. Sunday night’s game featured a horrid, nay, deplorable effort by the Chicago offensive line. The play-calling didn’t adjust, and quarterback Jay Cutler was unable to answer the bell for the second half. (According to reports from Chicago, Cutler did attend meetings on Monday and may be available for […]

Fantasy owners will have to work deeper at wide receiver than any other position. Sure, everyone needs to react to injuries and workload splits (thank you, Mike Shanahan) at tailback while working the waiver wire feverishly in-season. The fact that most leagues still require three starting wide receivers forces owners to tap into those third […]