There’s a certain grind to the baseball schedule that someone with a slight case of OCD like myself can fully get behind. Day in and day out over six months. You make a small move to offset another move and it may not show up in the standings for three months. By July, you wanna strangle some slow starters (Jimmy Rollins, you bastard!) and you’ve fallen in love with some out of nowhere sleepers (Mark Reynolds is a God!). Yet, to some, this sounds about exciting as a Dinner With Andre/Biodome double bill. On the other hand, fantasy football is relentlessly exciting for some. This rush matters for that, that pass matters for this… You prep a bit for one big day of the week (most times) and it’s over. There’s no day to day management. Frank Deford once said, “Fantasy baseball is like marriage, and fantasy football is like sex.” I guess I’m the marrying type. And like Julie from the The Real World: New Orleans, I’m a fantasy football virgin. When I first heard of Brandon Jacobs, I thought it was A-Rod’s pet name for Bronson Arroyo. That I never played fantasy football might sound crazy to some, but what’s crazier is I’ve never even wanted to play fantasy football. So it makes sense that I would never write about it. I have nothing to say about it. But Razzball does. With that lengthy blah blah blah, I’m proud to announce Razzball’s own Fantasy Football.
Razzball’s take on fantasy football should be as light and airy as its fantasy baseball take. I’ve assembled writers who I respect and, most importantly, have a sense of humor. Some of the commenters that you’ve come to know here at Razzball will be writing their fantasy football takes on all the going-ons. They’re going to have pregame and postgame analysis, stats, features and rankings. I really have no idea anything about fantasy football, so if you want to talk football, go to our Fantasy Football blog. If you want to talk fantasy baseball or any other nonsense I know, you’re in the right place.