The tight end position in 2016 either has 25 guys worth starting or only one, depending on how you put fantasy lineups together. Obviously Rob Gronkowski is still the man of the TE position group, but I am viewing this position much like QB, if I don’t end up with Gronk I’ll be waiting until the
The 2016 wide receiver class continues the trend of the past few years and is the safest position group on the board. These motherfuckers are so safe Ari would trust them with his wallet. Along with being a safe position group to choose from, WR also runs very deep with talented pass catchers. While most people
The 2016 version of the talking heads in the fantasy football community love shitting all over running backs this year and I think they’re stupid. Yes, Antonio Brown offers you the best return on the number one overall pick, but outside of him I am not shying away from high-end running backs like Todd Gurley, Adrian
The countdown to NFL football is on and Punch Drunk Sports collective fantasy football hard-ons are at “Just left the Naughty Show” level. It’s go time. Ranking quarterbacks in 2016 was not an easy exercise. Whether it’s Turbo Tom Brady’s four game ban, Andrew Luck coming off a hugely disappointing year, or the fact there is only, like,
Starting Pitcher is wide open this Fantasy Season, except of course at the top of the pile where Clayton Kershaw still sits heads above the rest of the pitching pool. He is doing things that have never been done. Yikes. If you wanna know how the rest of the pitchers line up, in terms of value
Punch Drunk Fantasy continues the march toward opening day, covering First Base, as we prime for the 2016 fantasy baseball season. The tiers just keep on coming and what can be said about the first base rankings that hasn’t been said about Pablo Sandoval? They’re top heavy. There isn’t tons to say to preface the
It’s that time of year again! Everyone has reported for spring training, Teeb’s Seasonal Affective Disorder is starting to clear up and Brody Stevens‘ Elbow is tingling with excitement … or tendinitis. IT’S BASEBALL BITCHES and at Punch Drunk Fantasy we have our eyes on the prize …
Halfway home and #PDSFootball has some interesting stuff in store for playoff time …
How bout them Grits n’ Gravy …
Oh how things can change in a few weeks…
No one tell Ari… a Mexican is still in first place.
Week 3 has come and gone and the question #PDSfootball needs to answer is: Does anyone have the firepower to take on Aaron Rodgers, Vicente and the Other Tall Mexican’s?
Drafting Matt Ryan in fantasy football is Jayson Thibault’s business and business is good. Two weeks are in the books and Punch Drunk fantasy football is left with a triple threat of undefeated squads on top, with Thibault’s Falcoholics looking down on my beloved Grits n’ Gravy and Vicente’s Other Tall Mexicans, all at 2-0. It still feels
FUCK YES! Football is Back! #PDSfootball hit the ground running with big time match-ups in week one, with Punch Drunk Sports mainstays Vicente “the Mexican editor” Carmona and Commish Anthony ‘T.B.L.’ Johnson facing off. A battle #PDSFootball dubbed the “Who Cares Less Bowl” saw Ari Shaffir and the Towel Boy’s half auto-picked brigade go head-to-head with the
2015 is the year of the wide receiver. Options at wideout abound and in a fantasy football year where the top tier of running backs, quarterbacks and tight ends are no more than three or four players deep … The top WR tier runs nearly 10 deep. This depth provides a number of strategies that can leave you strong at