Fantasy Guru Daily: 3/14/11

So, how about that NCAA Tournament? Honestly, if you are like us and are sick and tired of hearing about the NFL lockout and legal proceedings, NCAA basketball will provide a welcome distraction this week. But when all is said and done, will we have football in 2011? That’s the question fantasy junkies want answered. Luckily, a good number of people believe we will.

Essential Lockout Links

As player news is desperately tough to come by at this time, we wanted to provide you a handful of links to help you understand this lockout and litigation process a little bit better. There is a lot of misinformation out there right now, and it’s important to realize that we’re still six months from the regular season and a lot can happen in the courts – or even out of court – between now and then.

Yes, it's come to this.

If the court system rules over the next three to six weeks that the owners cannot lock out a decertified NFLPA, which is very much a possibility, the NFL off-season and regular season would continue under the 2010 CBA rules, reports the Washington Post. These rules would include an uncapped year, but players [...]

About Matthew Camp

Matthew Camp

Camp has been a fantasy football player since 1997, when he remembers using the box scores from the New York Daily News.

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About Joseph Dolan

Joe Dolan

Joe is a son of the video-game age - his extensive knowledge of NFL rosters dates back to the early 1990s.


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About Tom Brolley

Tom Brolley

Brolley was blessed with the mobility of Peyton Manning, but lacked his encyclopedic football knowledge and rocket arm.

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