This is it folks, last round-up. Finish your pints and kindly please put your stools on top of the tables when you leave. In all seriousness though, it has been a pleasure to drop knowledge on you week in and week out for the FPL. I do it for the love of the beautiful game, you hopefully come for the fresh cold cuts and stay for the light sided humor. Either way you get me, and I hope I at least helped you at least once this year. So cheers for the read. On to the last week, plenty of fixtures that look tasty but how many transfers do we use post DGW and in most cases bench boost. I personally still have my all out attack chip and am on the fence if losing one defender is actually worth the extra attacker. Crazy, but defense is shifty consistent. My advice for this week would be to bring in as viable attackers as possible and let the scoring and the results of what could be a wild Sunday of fixtures. Go down with your guns out, shirt off and get that last yellow card for celebrating. So last and probably not least here are the week 38 FPL rankings. Enjoy!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Well, the result that we all were waiting for, City over Huddersfield, now adds to an already strategic plan onto an already over-strategized plan. So the transfer ideas this week are all City front six players, and stay away from the defense because they aren’t the most stoic bunch of clean sheet artists. Or you can go with the cost savings group and invest in Stoke players who also double thanks to the City victory yesterday. Regardless of what you do to your team, taking a minus this week on players that double up is a good idea because even if they get bare minimum returns of two points, you break even just on minutes played. The payoff is if the actually do anything or actually play. So with the DGW in mind here are the rankings for Week 27 in the FPL. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Every now and again, I enjoy a good change. I usually lump the rankings together in one useful and worthwhile post. This week, I am going back to the old “stand me” by breaking down the rankings between the back-enders and the glory riders (midfielders and forwards). I thought no one would mind, because if you minded you would have told me long before now that you did and I would have proactively done what you asked. Smokey is a people pleaser! The Defense and Keeper ranks are the fantasy wheelchair to the other positions being the backbone. The clean sheet monsters are just that, clean sheet driven. Their sole purpose and most points given are based from that… Granted, I get that some instances arise where people go off and have goals, assists, or a large number of saves to add to their fantasy bounty. But that is few and far between, so let’s just stick to the chalk here and get down to the Fantasy Premier league Rankings for Keepers and Defense. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
I was half waiting for all midweek competitions to be completed, half completely wrapped up in my own life of jet setting. The third half is currently here typing this weeks rankings for all y’all. So with the midweek fixtures that I mentioned, teams like Man United, Leicester, Spurs, Southampton, Arsenal, Man City teams starting XI all come into question. The poor Hammers were already bounced, so sad. Add in the fact that we patiently wait for fitness info on some in game niggles and injuries. So by taking all that in and now factoring it into this weeks FPL match-ups, we have a big ole conundrum of fantasy proportion. Now I would normally just go with my gut and list the usual starting XI as they should appear, but that is laziness and I am way better than that. So sit back, relax, find a comfy porcelain place that you do all your fantasy research and enjoy the Week 5 rankings for all positions. BTW, this is your reminder that there is a Friday game so rosters lock at 1400 PM EST.Please, blog, may I have some more?
The whole point of this ranking exercise is to get you, me, and the strange guy eating a portobello sandwich at the bus stop on the same page. The techniques for ranking teams, keepers, and defense is narrowed down to two key factors: Those factors aren’t new by any stretch of the imagination and haven’t changed in the years that I have been partaking in this fabulous game. The things to hone your skills on every week are form, and clean sheet predictability. Yeah, other things matter, like their favorite color… mine is Robin’s egg blue if you were wondering, but for the official game, it’s like making the same breakfast everyday for 38 weeks and enjoying the outcomes. So when you are analyzing who to roster or transfer in/out; look for those two things. So with Week 3 upon us and some mid-week cup action to either give us light or make it completely shaded we take you to the rankings for keepers and defense.Please, blog, may I have some more?
This is the first reminder that lineups lock on Friday. So now that you have looked to make sure I am not tripping face and actually am spitting truth. How did everyone do with their week one results? I personally got a tiny bit screwed, but such is life. This fantasy season is a marathon not a sprint. So points to be made up every week. It is way too early to panic and jump in and use your wildcard, I would much rather advise you to take a -4 this week and get the pieces in your line-up that you covet. One thing to also remember is that since the season is still young the fixtures and the teams may not be the way we assume so be smart with your transfers and think longer term then just this week. Here are the week 2 FPL rankings.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Last week’s ranks and this week’s are completely different animals. Last week was basically the entire evolution of an FPL species, this week is just one sub-genus of that animal. It will be broken into 38 parts, this being the first. Biology humor is only funny to about 8-10 people in the entire universe that this post reaches. So if it wasn’t your cup of tea, good I am not a science guy by nature. This week the rankings will be lumped into one segment, on a normal week it will be segmented into 2 parts keepers and defence and midfielders and forwards. Quick week, last minute team building stuff to formulate your final drafts. Which in all honesty, is about 25 for me. You will notice a lot of names missing because some guys are suspended, injured, or just don’t have enough sway for me to take notice in the abbreviated rankings. So limiting them to what the playable minimums are is probably best. Short and simple: we’ll put it to bed and take on Week 2 in due form. So cheers for the read, and spread the word as Razzball FC is in your cranium on a daily basis.Please, blog, may I have some more?
The second phase of our weekly ranking experiment and the controversy of our rankings which weren’t premeditated in anyway rages on. Three separate minds, all warped, yet sharp in their own special way. Or that’s what my grandma told me anyways. Defense to me is all about the secret thing that make your team great from week to week and is my main point of gambling and using my free transfer. I like to gamble, because the allure of that clean sheet is like fantasy crack and I like it. Intervention to follow. Look two games ahead only, I get a kick out of people looking farther then that down the schedule, by that time I will have had 2-3 transfers at my discretion to fix what I thought was broken. Second key thing is find a stud any fantasy defensive stud and ride him for almost ever. Last find a rotation that you like to start the year and stick with it for at least 4-5 games. Like I just said, you can tinker here and there and the dreaded -4 looks better in the beginning of the year a rather then the end. Here are the rankings, commentary brought by myself and Kevin Devries as well John Wallin of playtogga, the hippest and coolest draft style fantasy footie out there today…Please, blog, may I have some more?
This week’s rankings are condensed like soup. Add the double week, and you have yourself a meal. There are a ton of one game options that could make sense to try and squeeze out some value. And by ton, I mean maybe a handful. Doubling up this week is all the fad, its like the regular Oreo good, but with double the filling. So twice the sugar, adrenaline, and hype of regular game weeks. Whether you choose to maximize your roster via the WC or one of the chips at your disposal, you need to have a minimum of 8 DGW guys playing this week in order to keep up with the Jones’s. United, Arsenal, and Liverpool look like the best three options to max out your roster to three from each squad. Whether or not all players play both fixtures, well… I am not the Amazin’ Kreskin and not the best guesser on the planet, second best maybe. So transfer wisely, use good judgement and if you need to take a minus to get points back in your chase now is not the time to be all scared of the repercussions. You will make it up just on minimal returns of a guy playing two games. So the minus is not a deterrent for success this week and Doubles rule all! Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Listen, I can say there are thousands upon thousands of options this week. I would then have to apologize to the tens of you for being a freaking liar. The mantra this week should be: getting to 11. That is all you need. With all of five fixtures to choose from and a limited transfer base to choose from, it can either be hard or it will be a lot of minus points taken. There will be a lot of template-type teams this week, as the options are so limited. It isn’t even funny. The rankings which you are about to peruse are extremley truncated. It is not done because I am being lazy or just don’t care. If there were more options, I would list them and gladly say go ahead and start this lad, but there just isn’t. Blame me, it is all my fault that this blank disaster happens now, right after the week we all scored so well. So without further adieu, here are the abbreviated, yet pungent FPL rankings for the week of 30. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?