When it comes to solidifying your team and using differentials it starts at the back. Just look at the ownership of the United defenders, who are the best defense in the Premier, yet no defender is owned in over 10% of leagues. Diversity used to be an old, old wooden ship now it is your best friend. Pick two good match-up based defenders with flair regardless of price and fill in the other three slots spending no more than 14.0m. That strategy seems to be the best thing I can think of. Like I said the differentials are there you just have to find the crucial key pieces and go from there. It’s like doing an actual puzzle, find the border pieces and work your way in. Simple. At the ned if the day you will see the big picture. Week 9 is upon us and it has some UCL rotation risks so be wary of the news later in the week from the managers and always use common sense when bringing and dumping a player. best of luck and here are the Wweek 9 rakings for keepers and defenders. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Listen I get that the ole moniker is the key to a good offense is a good defense, but they don’t score the goals. Or get the ladies. Keepers and defense are predicated on the clean sheet. It is a story as old as time and will never get old. the differentials and variety of starting capabilities are what make defenders, more than goalies the point return parity of the official game. Their prices dictate who and what we have and it steers us in the direction of affordability over form, and the elusive chase for the ever loving clean sheet. with the occasional goal or assist. With the international break finally caput we can get into the goods of fantasy for the next four weeks until the next international break. Womp, womp. So onto the here and now here are the week 8 rankings for the FPl. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Rankings are fun to do in general. Add in the flavor of this week’s fixtures and you have yourself some fantasy gumbo. I get that the City/Chelsea fixture is the premium this week but don’t let that steer you clear of playing top options. Yes, they will steal value from each other, but that is more from the defensive side of the ball. It is full bore on the offensive end and that is where we invest our fantasy goodies. we want goals and i think this slate will have plenty. The Leicester/Bournemouth match will be fun to watch as both teams are taking on a mini Liverpool defensive minded approach and will have the way with each other. So if you are waiting to make your transfers now that the UCL is over by all means use my rankings as a guide to FPL futility. Enjoy the week and good luck. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
We’re once again giving you our loves and hates for each week in a segment called “Start ‘Em and Sit ‘Em”. You should know the drill, but if you don’t, we pick one option from each position. Pretty cut and dry, and quite simply… basic. It is more based on my feelings and gut approach for the week’s upcoming and changes from week-to-week. I look at match-ups and form to formulate my craziness. It’s like musical chairs, without all the screaming kids and regretful feeling of loss. So sit back, relax, and have a look at who we would start and sit based on match-ups and value. It’s Fantasy Premier League Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em, Week 6 (plus a sleeper/under-owned fella that should be owned and isn’t.)Please, blog, may I have some more?
So I saw It over the weekend, and while I didn’t even come close to crapping my pants in fear (thanks hangover!), I’m about 99% sure that Harry Kane’s fear of August shares a creepy amount of commonalities with that homicidal crazed clown creature; both of them enjoy floating through open space (Kane on the pitch; the clown in a mind-altering expanse of sewer pipe only Mario would be jealous of), speaking in weird accents (seriously, listen to Harry Kane give an interview sometime), have an affinity for the color white (duh), and lastly, they both enjoy making red balloons go POP! (metaphorically speaking, that would be the hopes/dreams of all Gunner fans everywhere; FFS that’s not a spoiler! he’s a clown, he owns balloons!) Whether or not the fear of August (Augustamphobia?) has an actual effect on Kane’s past performances (it doesn’t), it’s good to see him conquering his “fears” and getting on the board with a brace, a very important and necessary step as he looks to become only the third player in Premier League history to win three consecutive Golden Boots. The other two are Prem Legends Alan Shearer and Thierry Henry, who were 24 and 26, respectively, when they won the first of their three Botas Doradas. Kane just turned 24 this past July and has two under the belt. To paraphrase another mildy entertaining movie, you’re [once again] a wizard, Harryyyy!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Titles are the window to the articles soul. So unless you are incapable of seeing an actual soul it is fairly cut and dry here. Every week I look at the match-up, form and ownership of players, mix that with some common sense and a sprinkle of my own general “expertedness” and formulate a ranking system for you to use at home to help you build your FPL team from a week-to-week basis. Sounds pretty simple, I mean the hardest thing you have to do is argue with them and actually read it. So without further hullabaloo, here are the Week 3 rankings for the FPL, keepers and defense!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Every week I run down the weekly match-ups of all the matches on the slate and rank them based on price, ownership, and matches. I then coagulate those in a high powered juice-maker of FPL proportions and come up with rankings for the week. Sounds pretty cut and dry, and with this being Week 1, it becomes harder to rank because we only know what we know. And don’t know what we know, besides knowing what we don’t know. There is no pattern, and it is all speculation. So this separates the guessers from the experts in some form. So feel free to critique, give me guff, or just stop on in to pat me on the back. The season is here, and here starts the first rankings of Week 2. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
If this is your first time here, then welcome. But for those of you that know the gist of this intro, skip down and add your comments. Every week I run down the weekly match-ups of all the matches on the slate and rank them based on price, ownership, and matches. I then coagulate those in a high powered juice-maker of FPL proportions and come up with rankings for the week. Sounds pretty cut and dry, and with this being Week 1, it becomes harder to rank because we only know what we know. And don’t know what we know, besides knowing what we don’t know. There is no pattern, and it is all speculation. So this separates the guessers from the experts in some form. So feel free to critique, give me guff, or just stop on in to pat me on the back. The season is here, and here starts the first rankings of Week 1. Cheers!
It’s also not to late to join and compete against me and others in FPL’s season long game, of course you do its a rhetorical question. Join the Razzball FPL league 188358-66431 and join me and your fellow Razzballians.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Wednesdays from now on are the day when we let nothing hide between friends. It is fairly simple: I will show you my team for the next three Wednesday’s leading up to the start of the season. I do expect that if you read this and that, you’ll do the exact same thing, because two heads are better than one, and 10 is even better. Get it? Cool. So this is draft number six on the year for me so far, the others were more fiddling out of boredom, but now we are starting to see news out and about pertaining to certain teams formations, transfers, and injury updates. So enjoy this early look at Smokey’s team and critique away, because I prolly deserve to be slandered for my thoughts and team selection. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
A good defense, is the best offense. I wish I was the brilliance behind that statement, but it was definitely said by someone smarter than me, well… not smarter, just older. So they had the chance to say it first, there, that makes my OCD feel better. Setting yourself up for the first 6-8 weeks of the year is always a keen thing to do. The chart in this feature will give you the tool to look at the match-ups as they sit now and how they are favorable or not. It works in the stop light fashion. Green means go for it, Yellow means caution, and red is obviously a warning sign. It is still preseason though, so making presumptions is always a dangerous game. By game week 3, we should know who is nodded on and who isn’t. Also, that is when the summer transfer window shuts so it is a what you see is what you get kinda deal. So enjoy the chart and I hope it helps in your selection process. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?