Wednesday, September 29, 2010

The Agony of Defeat

Coming up on Frank Friday: "A Friendly Wager"

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Frank's Fantasy Football: Week Three

I'm starting to wonder just how ugly this whole Fantasy Football thing can get for me. Yes, after suffering a humiliating defeat (by one freaking point!) to Uncle Kerouac in week two, I've fallen to 0 and 3 against Ted E. Bear. I will say, though, that losing to him was slightly less depressing. Here's a look at the final scores from Week Three of Frank's Fantasy Football.

Frank is still hanging onto his undefeated status, but this weekend, he goes against Ted. We'll see if the toughest stuffed animal in Richmond can take down everyone's favorite blue-striped cat.

Poor Hip isn't doing so well either. Even though he's not winless (like me), his Claritin Flames got spanked pretty bad by Frank's Richmond Bad Cats.

Next week isn't looking much better for me as I face Troy Goode's Tri-Cities Terrors. I have a REALLY bad feeling about this.

Friday, September 24, 2010

Football Philosophy

Thanks to those who offered their Fantasy Football questions to Uncle Kerouac on Twitter. We'll have to do this again sometime.

Coming up on Wildcat Wednesday: "The Agony of Defeat"

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Smack Talk

Coming up on Frank Friday: "Football Philosophy"

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Frank's Fantasy Football: Week Two

For those who haven't seen yesterday's episode, rest assured that one wasn't far from reality. When I checked the scores for the Wildcat's Lair Fantasy Football League after Sunday Night Football, I never expected to see my team losing by ten points to the infamously inebriated cat Uncle Kerouac. My only hope came from having the last player left to play in our matchup, San Francisco Tight End Vernon Davis. I paid a lot more attention to the scoreboard throughout last night's Monday Night Football. Vernon Davis nearly delivered for me. Unfortunately, he came up one point short (a tie would have gone my way since the total score of the bench players is the deciding factor in a tie). As such, your friendly neighborhood Wildcat is sitting in last freaking place within our league.

Thanks to Hip pulling a major upset (Ted was predicted to beat him by 23 points), Frank has the only undefeated team going into Week Three. He'll be facing his best bud Hip.

I've got my work cut out for me in Week Three. My Virginia Wildcats will take on Ted's Buildabearville Bears. Uncle Kerouac takes on Troy Goode's Tri-Cities Terrors. We'll see if Uncle K's rookie runningback Jahvid Best can pull in another 40 points for him this weekend. The Detroit Lion tore up the field for more than 200 yards and got three touchdowns against the Philadelphia Eagles. Hard to believe his Lions actually lost that game.

In my defense as a fantasy football fanatic, I'd like to mention that I'm undefeated in three other leagues (leagues with real people in them, at least I assume they're real. Hmmm...). As disturbing as it is for me to lose two weeks in a row to a pair of cats (one constantly high on catnip), I take a small bit of comfort in knowing it would probably depress those defeated by me to realize they've lost to someone who has a team that lost to Uncle Kerouac.

Monday, September 20, 2010

What's the Score?

You can visit the Week Two scoreboard for our fantasy league to see just how things are shaping up going into tonight's Monday Night Football.

Check back here tomorrow morning to find out who won and who lost in week two and just who's fantasy team is on top in the Wildcat's Lair!

Coming up on Wildcat Wednesday: "Smack Talk"

Friday, September 17, 2010

The "Arian" Race

For those who want to see how our teams are shaping up for week two, you can visit our fantasy league's website here.

And be sure to check back here Tuesday morning to find out who won and who lost in week two!

Coming up on Wildcat Wednesday: "Smack Talk"