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Just like with being a good fantasy football player, being a successful parent takes preparation and hard work, but nobody really knows anything, and it basically all comes down to luck.
Odds are you'll be pulling your hair out by Week 3. You can have a really solid draft only to instantly have your season derailed by unpredictable injuries, slumps and murder investigations.
(*By any means necessary)
The Rams lost WR Danny Amendola to the New England Patriots earlier this year. Their slot receiver vacancy sign was lit heading into the draft and boy did they fill it!
As three point underdogs that do not even lose by a full point on average, Chicago covers the spread 56.1 percent of the time. With 52.4 percent needed to justify a wager, this would warrant a $39 play from a $50 player.
Fantasy football is no longer just our hobby, it's our livelihood. We created a TV show called The League that revolves around -- you guessed it -- a fantasy football league.
Cincinnati is the better team, is playing at home and, ultimately has more riding on this game. According to 50,000 games played (simulated) by the Predictalator, the Bengals win over the Cowboys 64.2 percent of the time and by an average score of 28-22.
The more I analyze the precarious success of girls in our league, the less surprised I am.
As I have jumped into fantasy sports this year for the first time, I found myself watching the game differently. I wonder what would happen if we applied this same kind of lens to those things that we church folks so easily demonized every day.
If our wives and girlfriends are engrossed in their fantasy teams, there's no way they can get mad at us for watching football every Sunday
I'm sorry for yelling, I know I said I'd work on that after last year's week 15 meltdown. Do you honestly think I like what I've become, fantasy football? I just can't quit you.
Even if you pick the top QB for that season, you could end up with a fantasy football flop in that spot. Even the best of players could end up giving you zero value in that category.
While a traditional advice column may be better suited just three weeks away from opening night, I wanted to take the time and offer a different column on advice for men.
Professional sports mania is as American as apple pie. Religiously, we buy jerseys, pack stadiums, and congregate around TVs to root for our favorite players and teams. These traditions have been passed down for generations -- so why has Generation X detached?
Strategy topic of the week: are tight ends on teams with weak passing attacks better options than tight ends on teams with strong passing attacks?