Reviewing some bold 3-year old predictions

I was going through some old strategy columns and came across this interesting entry. My goal with this was to give some keeper advice by offering a review of 2008 fantasy awards. Thing is, I did in in October of 2005. There are some god-awful calls here, but some good ones. I was mainly trying to be ballsy with some of the calls that were, well, ballsy. I also guessed on some players switching teams, so don’t get alarmed by that. Check it out.

10/12/05
 

I know a lot of you would like to see more keeper league information, and I’m going to start giving it right now. In addition to updating our keeper league rankings for the next 2-3 years this coming Friday, I have stepped into a time machine to bring you my Fantasy Football awards for the 2008 season.

 

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