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Sunday Night Football finally has a match-up we can sink our teeth into. The Philadelphia Eagles host NFC rivals the Dallas Cowboys.Romo vs.Vick should be fun Sunday night!
I’m not gonna lie, but I have a major man-crush right now. No, it’s not Randy Moss (life-long man-crush), Andre Johnson (2 years ago’s man-crush) or Jamaal Charles (last year’s man-crush).
Starting with the scary situation with Kris Dielman on the flight home after the Jets game to the ugly details with the Chris Cook arrest, this was not a good week for guys on the Inside the Trenches story this week. Injuries and more this week that will be important for you to consider before setting your line up.
Jacob Cooper takes a look at NFL Fantasy Football players with the tough schedules ahead. Makin
Goal Line Gossip is Phil Clark’s weekly Fantasy Football Article that takes a hard look at all the RB’s for the up coming NFL week of action
The idea behind the outplay formula is that a team or player could be performing better or worse than we might think, based on the opponents they’ve gone up against.The Outplay has been created for stats heading into week 8
Week 7 was particularly rough on RBs, as no less than eight fantasy starters were beset with injuries that impacted their ability to perform in varying degrees.
Seven weeks down and the tables are beginning to turn. This week showcased the strengths and weaknesses of almost every team. The façade may finally be fading away. Teams who were once thought dominant (Redskins, Raiders, Lions) seem to be slowly turning into the teams we thought they were.
The top college prospect is none other than sensational Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck and he is proving once again that he shouldn’t be overlooked for the number one draft pick