Sunday, August 31, 2014

C3 First Annual FFL Draft: Impressions from the Commish

Well, our first annual fantasy football draft completed last night, and I thought I'd share with interested readers some of my impressions of what I saw in my own league draft. 

Saturday, August 30, 2014

League Drafts are In. Who won, who lost?

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

C3 Selection Saturday!

In a special Saturday show, just before the Colts vs Saints preseason match, we will draw draft positions for all four C3 leagues.  C3 will also hold Premium C3 Draft Guide raffle for an autographed DeAngelo Williams mini helmet. Make sure you have your team registered in the appropriate C3 league to heighten your chances of a higher draft pick. Any team not yet registered will be assigned after the lottery drawing. 

Friday, August 15, 2014

Flea Flicker gets mobile draft capability

Thanks Brad for making this happen. My man moved a fantasy mountain!

"Good news! Fleaflicker's new live draft software will be launched to
the entire site in every league on Saturday, August 16, at 9:45 AM

You can now access our live draft in any browser and draft on mobile
and tablet devices. No longer will the older Java version be

You can read about the changes here:

Monday, August 11, 2014

Why Rucker I Selected Rucker as C3 Fantasy Football League

I met and interviewed Mike Rucker during the regular season last year, and he's one of the nicest guys you could ever ask to meet. He was participating in the Play-60 program and having fun with the kids - that's a sign of a real stand-up guy. Helping children.

The other reason is - and I asked him specifically about this - he played opposite of Julius Peppers in his prime. I asked Mike if it mattered to him that one guy was getting all the attention and limelight while he (Mike Rucker) was virtually ignored.

His answer was very professional: It didn't matter so long as we won. He said his job was to do whatever he was asked to do and he did it as well as he could every single down. I also learned that the most difficult offensive lineman for him to solve was New Orleans' Willie Roaf....who has just launched into the NFL Hall of Fame if I'm not mistaken.