Week Twelve was the last week of regular games in the Pro Football Hall of Fame Fantasy Football Experience League, and it was much more emotional than I expected it to be. We have formed friendships with some of our opponents and we are more than a little sad that it is over. We …
Week Eleven was a tough one for for me and one that I have not really wanted to write about. We had high hopes that one of us would win our division in the Pro Football Hall of Fame Fantasy Football Experience League. Those hopes were crushed in Week Eleven.
Happy Thanksgiving! We are blessed beyond imagination, and although we are grateful every day, this is a perfect morning to sit and reflect on everything we are thankful for.
All is fair in love and war… but how about in Fantasy Football?
Week Ten is finished and now the pressure is on! We are looking at every possible combination of wins and losses to determine the possibility of having a winning season.
This is one of the best Sundays in the season for Browns fans. Sometimes being a Cleveland fan is a lot of fun, but on most Sundays it is Frustrating! This week Cleveland got their loss out of the way on Thursday Night Football, so all their fans can relax and have an enjoyable football Sunday. We …
We are heading into Week Ten with winning records and alive in the Survivor Pool. That doesn’t mean we are taking anything for granted – we have spent more time reading and researching this week than in the past few weeks.
We will have to wait until late tonight or tomorrow for the 2016 election results, but our Week Nine results are in now! Luckily things went mostly our way again. I am getting used to winning and am hoping to keep up the W streak for a few more weeks.
Tomorrow we have the opportunity to exercise one of our most important duties as American citizens – going to the polls to vote. The same research and decision making process that we use in Fantasy Football will help us make our choice in the 2016 Election.
It would make sense that the inaugural “Saturday Spitballin’ with Andy” post would be about the inaugural Cubs World Series of my lifetime. I have loved the Cubs ever since I entered this world. I’ve loved them through the Sammy Sosa, Carlos Zambrano, Derek Lee days, and sadly through the Hee-Seop Choi, John Baker, and …