Monthly Archives: September 2010

Week Three Extra Points

As always, it was another entertaining slate of games in the NFL this past week. With three weeks now in the books, we now have a very good view of the direction teams are heading in this year. It was … Continue reading

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Fantasy Surprises: Week Three

Last week was hit and miss for my fantasy surprises. LeSean McCoy had a huge day totaling three touchdowns and Mike Williams along with the Raiders defense were efficient but that was about it. When the quarterback you predict to … Continue reading

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Week Three Predictions

Last week my picks for the year started to get back on the right track. However, the week wasn’t without its share of hits and misses. I hit on the Chiefs/Browns game but was way off on the outcome of … Continue reading

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Fantasy Surprises: Week Two

Last week was an efficient one for my fantasy surprises as Kyle Orton, Tim Hightower and the Dolphins defense were all solid last week. This past week there were lots of key injuries that will affect the fantasy football landscape … Continue reading

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Week Two Predictions

The first week of the NFL season is now in the books and it had lots of surprises and controversy. Those all played into the equation when deciding the outcomes of games. Not many people would have thought that the … Continue reading

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Fantasy Surprises: Week One

Every week it seems like different players come out of nowhere and are big contributors for your fantasy team. The objective of this series throughout the year will be to identify hidden gems in time to put them in your … Continue reading

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Week One Predictions

Football is finally back and the opening week is one of the toughest to predict. With player changes in the offseason, it can be misleading to rely on last year’s results. As for the preseason, just keep in mind that … Continue reading

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