Monday, February 19, 2007

Sports Illustrated 27!

Thanks Lil Brother! ;)

For Better, For Worse: Is 27 really the magic age for every player?

Fantasy football experts have had a metric-crush with third-year receivers for years. Many have used the informal baseball slang of Mendoza Line for running backs who reach the age of 30 and declare that the beginning of a player's physical decline. In fantasy baseball, the ripe old age when potential turns to production and boys become men is 27, the beginning of a player's prime time and the point when a breakout season is most likely to occur.

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