Tag Archives: Fantasy Football

Through the Wire Episode 2

In this episode, Bradley and Jamie discuss a wild week two highlighted by one of the greatest fantasy performances by two teammates ever. They also talk about players who have disappointed this season and what to expect from them moving forward. Lastly, they preview a primetime divisional showdown between the Pittsburgh Steelers and …

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Possible NFL Expansion to 18 Games

Potential 18-Game Season Roger Goodell recently stated his desire to cut out some of the preseason games out of the schedule. Does this mean the NFL Commissioner is hinting at a possible extended regular season? It is definitely something worth considering. There are positives and negatives to an extended season …

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Cowboys RB Elliott Suspension Upheld, Will Play Week 1

Yesterday, an independent arbitrator upheld Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott’s six game suspension. However, Elliott is eligible to play in the Cowboys’ opener Sunday against the New York Giants. Elliott’s suspension will begin Week 2. He will return to the team Week 9. The reason for Elliot’s suspension is …

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Has Fantasy Football Grown Too Large?

Fear, doubt, disappointment and elation— these are the range of emotions experienced by a fantasy football player on any Sunday from September to January. The game, played by assembling a team of professional football players and being awarded points based on their performance, has recently swept the nation, capturing the …

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Miami Dolphins Blow Late Lead, Fall to Denver Broncos

With 3:13 left in the contest, Peyton Manning’s fourth touchdown pass of the day, caught by Wes Welker, would be the eventual game winner as the Denver Broncos took down the Miami Dolphins 39-36. The Dolphins led by as much as 11 points in the fourth quarter, but could not …

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