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The Cowboys Clip the Seahawks’ Wings

The Cowboys Clip the Seahawks’ Wings

It hasn’t been long since the Dallas Cowboys were staring at a 21 point deficit in their match against St. Louis Rams. An incredible turnaround that began towards the end of the se ...

How Official NFL Futures Can Affect Fantasy Football Rankings

How Official NFL Futures Can Affect Fantasy Football Rankings

When it comes to determining your fantasy football player rankings, you can’t rule anything out. With injuries, year-to-year fluctuations, and the general parity in the NFL making ...

Week 1 – 2013 Tight Ends (TE) Fantasy Football Rankings

Week 1 – 2013 Tight Ends (TE) Fantasy Football Rankings

[caption id="attachment_50703" align="alignleft" width="209"] Photo By: Thomas Campbell / USA TODAY Sports[/caption] After suffering a foot injury, it wasn't clear if the Colts tal ...

Week 1 – 2013 Quarterbacks (QB) Fantasy Football Rankings

Week 1 – 2013 Quarterbacks (QB) Fantasy Football Rankings

[caption id="attachment_50702" align="alignleft" width="311"] Photo By: Christopher Hanewinckel / USA TODAY Sports[/caption] While spring fantasy football magazines were quick to p ...

Week 1 – 2013 Running Backs (RB) Fantasy Football Rankings

Week 1 – 2013 Running Backs (RB) Fantasy Football Rankings

[caption id="attachment_50701" align="alignleft" width="263"] Photo By: Brad Penner / USA TODAY Sports[/caption] The yard per carry average was terrific for David Wilson in the pre ...

Week 1 – 2013 Wide Receivers (WR) Fantasy Football Rankings

Week 1 – 2013 Wide Receivers (WR) Fantasy Football Rankings

[caption id="attachment_50695" align="alignleft" width="213"] Photo By: Stew Milne / USA TODAY Sports[/caption] Tom Brady had no trouble finding his new slot receiver in Danny Amen ...

Week 1 – 2013 Team Defenses (D/ST) Fantasy Football Rankings

Week 1 – 2013 Team Defenses (D/ST) Fantasy Football Rankings

[caption id="attachment_50696" align="alignleft" width="222"] Photo By: Brad Penner / USA TODAY Sports[/caption] Mark Sanchez’s time in New York is likely over, at least as a start ...

Week 2 PPR WR Rankings

Photo By: Benny Sieu / US PRESSWIRE With Greg Jennings questionable for Thursday with a groin injury after missing practice Tuesday, look to Randall Cobb as a starting option. Cobb led the Packers with nine receptions last week, and he will be an active part of what Green Bay wants to do weekly. If anything should happen to Jennings or Nelson as the season progresses it should move Cobb up to low-end WR2 st ...

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Week 2 PPR Flex Rankings

Photo By: Jason O. Watson / US PRESSWIRE A knee injury is why I had Darren Sproles listed as a RB3 in PPR leagues last week and it's more of the same this week. A cheep touchdown in the fourth quarter allowed Sproles to come away with a decent performance, but he failed to earn a rushing attempt in the game. Sproles didn't look bad on the field, but he also didn't seem to have the same burst we saw last sea ...

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Week 2 PPR RB Rankings

Photo By: Evan Habeeb / US PRESSWIRE Last week looked like a wash for BenJarvus Green-Ellis as he was coming of a foot injury that held him out for most of the preseason and the Bengals were scheduled to play in Baltimore. Not so fast, as Green-Ellis ripped off over 90 yards on the ground and scored a touchdown. We won't see Cincinnati's new tailback worked into the passing game frequently, but he can still ...

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Week 2 RB Rankings

Photo By: Bruce Kluckhohn / US PRESSWIRE Ok, I'll admit it; I bet against Adrian Peterson making an impact week one and I was wrong. Peterson looked good and it's a terrific sign for the Vikings that he was back on the field and playing well. Then again, we've seen talented players come back after major injuries / illness (Wes Welker, Jeremy Maclin) and have big games early on, only to look average through ...

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Week 2 Flex Rankings

Photo By: Ed Mulholland / US PRESSWIRE Shocker! The depth at wide receiver is better than that of running backs! While the passing game continues to dominate NFL offenses, when you can find productive running backs they're usually worth starting over a receiver, because they touch the football more often. Case in point is week one stars like C.J. Spiller, Alfred Morris dare I say Shonn Greene. Well, maybe w ...

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Week 2 WR Rankings

Photo By: Don McPeak / US PRESSWIRE Three catches for 14 yards is nothing to brag about but because of the successful track record Wes Welker has, one would think this is just a disappointing day. Perhaps not, as ESPN's Mike Reiss points out that Welker rotated with Julian Edelman and only played about two-thirds of New England's offensive snaps. While this news brings pause for concern, I can't imagine Tom ...

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Week 2 QB Rankings

Photo By: Denny Medley / US PRESSWIRE Don't tell me the preseason doesn't matter as Matt Ryan and Julio Jones looked just as good week one as they did through the month of August. For those of you that were hesitant in believing in Ryan's maturity as a quarterback, it's time to get on board. In past years, if the Falcons would've won in Kansas City, you can bet we would see a large dose of Michael Turner, a ...

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Week 2 TE Rankings

Photo By: Kim Klement / US PRESSWIRE Perhaps the Patriots were telling us what they thought of their 2012 personnel when they gave Aaron Hernandez and Rob Gronkowski new contracts and failed to give Wes Welker a new deal. If Welker is one the decline we will see Hernandez reap the benefits in the short to intermediate passing game. Then again, it's not like the Patriots allowed Welker to walk away for nothi ...

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Week 2 Team Defense Rankings

Photo By: Kim Klement / US PRESSWIRE If Week One's performance is any indication of how the 2012 season will go for the Patriots defense, then Bill Belichick has his boys playing some good football. Especially against the run as they dominated the Titans running backs for only nine yards on fourteen carries. If Chris Johnson is going to atone for his pathetic 2011 season, it will have to wait for another we ...

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Week 2 K Rankings

Photo By: Rafael Suanes / US PRESSWIRE Maybe the Ravens didn't like what Billy Cundiff brought to the table, but Washington has to feel good about having him after he went four for four against the Saints. Cundiff doesn't have one of the stronger legs in the game, but we should feel good about his chances for quality production, if the Redskins remain competitive in most football games. Look to Cundiff as a ...

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