A win is a win is a win. But at what cost my friends? The tranquility of the numbers on Monday evening against a backdrop of chaos and bedlam in
Preparing For Injuries
Are you prepared for injuries? Some fantasy footballers prepare. Some fantasy footballers don’t. In the end the scene is balanced through the appropriate, yet legal in most leagues, use of allowable injured players. I would think about getting the backup to my RBs as an example. The position is the toughest to get through all 16 games, let alone the 14 needed to make a Fantasy Football season. So this year I got Michael Bennett for Larry Johnson and Jesse Chatman for Ronnie Brown. I put them on injured reserve and picked up two replacements. And then under a bit of duress for a WR, I promptly let Mr. Bennett go. He now gets traded to
Preparing For Leafles
Leafles are people who love the leaves in New England but are not currently living in
All good things must come to an end. This is what you say when the Red Sox are losing to the Cleveland Indians 3 games to 1 and facing elimination three times. The first two times they extend it and you think this is alright. And then it gets to a 7th and decisive game and it is a pressure cooker. Right up until a 5 foot something gentleman swings out of his heels and hits it into the stands above the Green Monster.
I just can’t get over how seamless the stadium appears with those seats above the Green Monster. There were no seats there for years and now it just looks normal. I guess it is like night games for the Chicago Cubs. All recent phenomena eventually become part of the historical record. The sights… the sounds and the memories flicker in the space time fabric. The only unique part is that there are so many ways to engross your self into the games, it becomes immersive. People are blogging whilst at the event. People are commenting as it is happening. And then people are staying long past the last out to only see strange dances. These seem to be the beginning of the times known as the era of
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