Fantasy information, fantasy Fantasy news, Fantasy articles, Fantasy rankings           Fantasy Football Info For Serious Players

Fantasy Football Information | Fantasy Football Articles | Fantasy Football News
Fantasy Football Links | Fantasy Football Updates | Fantasy Football Rankings
 Fantasy Football Forums | Fantasy Football Projections

Login / Signup  
•   Articles  
•   Forecast  
•   Humor  
•   Links  
•   Players  
•   Stats  
•   Tools  
•   Updates  

Michael Herman bio

Occupation: Architect / Facilities Project Manager / Writerguy

College: Penn State (architecture)

Birthplace: Lewisburg, PA

Current location: Lewisburg, PA

Family: married to the perfect wife, and have one wonderful daughter

Favorite NFL team: Denver Broncos

Years playing fantasy football: since 1995

Favorite thing about fantasy football: an opportunity to combine football, competition, spreadsheets, and obsessive behavior

If I was Paul Tagliabue for a day...: ease up on the celebrating restrictions

Something odd/different about you: too numerous to list here

Brush with greatness: Mick Fleetwood once stepped on my foot

Favorite Movie(s): just about anything directed by 1.) David Lynch, or 2.) Terry Gilliam

Favorite CD(s)/album(s): hopefully next year we can increase this list to three hundred… This Is The Moody Blues, The Wall by Pink Floyd, and In The Eye Of The Storm by Roger Hodgson

Biggest vice: obviously fantasy football, otherwise this page wouldn't be here

Pet peeve: I know what they are when I encounter them, but I can't remember them in between times (such as now)

Quote: "You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make him split the uprights”

Hobbies: fantasy football pretty much takes care of any free time I may have

Dream car: anything that gets me from point A to point B

What is a Capybara?: The world's largest rodent. An adult male is two feet tall at the shoulders and weighs 75 to 140 pounds. The semi-aquatic creature is native to South America. It eats primarily grass, and also water plants and squash. It is eaten by jaguars and anacondas.

Forums |  News |  Football stats |  Login / Signup |  Contact Us