Fantasy Football Week 9 vs. Week 10

Ramon Mejia, Kaleel Weatherly and Mitchell Westall, staff writers Disappointments from Week 9 A.J. Green (CIN, WR) – Green has been the model of inconsistency this season, surpassing 100 yards in just two games. Green posted just 53 receiving yards this week, which is good enough for just over five points in standard scoring leagues. Gary […]

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Fantasy Football Week 8 vs. Week 9

Ramon Mejia, Kaleel Weatherly and Mitchell Westall, staff writers Week 8 Disappointments Le’Veon Bell (PIT, RB) – Bell’s MCL injury was quite serious, so here’s hoping he will be back to playing 100 percent next season. As of now, there are only three top-tier running backs going into next season: Devontae Freemanm, Todd Gurley and Bell, assuming […]

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“42” Reverberates into today’s sports world

What is amazing about quality period pieces is the ability to draw parallels between that particular time and the present. To use the past or the future as a window into the current makes everything feel a bit more real. The Jackie Robinson biopic “42” does exactly that. “42” is a fine sports movie although it […]

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G-Men Latest

  So what’s been going on with the G-Men lately? Well, Victor Cruz didn’t show up to voluntary workouts (not something to be worried about) and Justin Tuck has been going on about how pathetic of a season he had. I’m glad to see Tuck has been taking the blame on himself and saying he needs to […]

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Redefining success in the NFL

In life, there are certain benchmarks that indicate accomplishment. These indicators are tangible symbols of success. Numbers often times provide the road map of a success for a given field. But, what happens when those numbers are no longer as indicative as they once were? When benchmarks become outdated, when they no longer reliably reflect […]

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Mock Draft Fun

  With all the mock drafts floating around the internet I figured I’d jump on the bandwagon and make one myself. It’s intriguing to judge this draft class because let it be none there is a bunch of talent throughout the players, but lacking in the big name department (the Andrew Luck’s and RGIII’s of the world). […]

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Wasted Franchise Tag?

  Did the Giants waste their opportunity to use the franchise tag this past monday? Or was it the right move? Many people predicted that Giants would use their tag on left tackle Will Beaty, but he agreed to terms on a 5-year contract extension worth 38.7 million on Feb. 27. The Giants have other free […]

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NFL: Contract killers

Word broke recently that Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco will be the NFL’s highest paid player. The two parties have agreed to a six-year deal worth $120.6 million. Excuse me? Come again? Is this the same Joe Flacco whose completion percentage has been under 60% the last two seasons? The same Joe Flacco whose career post-season […]

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Who Should the Giants Draft?

  What do the Giants need to address in the draft? Who’s going to be lingering around that 19th pick? Both questions Giants fans are eager to find out. With so many holes on the Giants roster this offseason it’s hard to pinpoint one specific area the G-Men need to focus on. Some people would argue […]

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Freeney in Blue?

  Who wouldn’t want that sack machine leading the charge on defense? Apparently not the Indianapolis Colts. After 11 seasons with the Colts Dwight Freeney has been released and now sits among the  top 4-3 pass rushers on the open market.   Freeney is the Colts all time leader with 107.5 sacks. While Peyton Manning became know […]

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