I know that my ten die-hard readers are wondering when the next issue of fantasy files will be posted. They won’t. I’ve been hired by Xpertsports.com to provide fantasy football content, so for all intents and purposes, they own that side of me. Ok, it’s more like a long-term lease, but you get the picture.
Listen, it’s not like there are a ton of draftable tight ends out there. Besides, I know that people who drafted Kellen Winslow will get the shakes for the rest of their lives any time they think about drafting a tight end early.
So what do I write about now? Well, the White Sox had another incredible rally Tuesday night. They won again last night. Their great record and continued excellent pitching are starting to get boring, though. After all, it’s only May. They could be ten games out of first place by the All-Star Game, but I doubt it.
I started my rookie draft in one of my football fantasy dynasty leagues. Once the initial draft is over, the only way to get players is in the annual rookie draft. With the third pick of the 2005 Zealots 34 draft, the Tennessee Titans select Cedric Benson. In fantasy football running backs are like free samples at the grocery store. You can’t get enough of them. My running backs include Julius Jones, Larry Johnson, Warrick Dunn, Mewelde Moore, Chester Taylor and some scrubs. I took Eric Shelton, the running back of the future in Carolina, with my second pick.