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Monday Morning Eagles Reaction + Sunday NFL Recap

Two weeks of an NFL season constitutes 12.5% of the season. It is a quick season that lasts long only by way of throwing in a bye week and playing the games only once a week. Generally speaking, though, 12.5% of anything does not tell us much. We can form our opinions, speculate and draw [...]

PointCounterPoint – JR vs. The Duke – The Case for MJD

 Fantasy Focus : The Case For MoJo!  John Ryan:  Every year fantasy owners ride a slippery slope in terms of past value vs. perceived future return.  Veterans like Reggie Wayne and Steven Jackson are looked at as safe bets by some and risky gambles by others.  The Eagles had a knack for knowing when to [...]

The Phillies Getting Their Hearts Ripped Out (Again), Football on the Emerald Isle, Watching “Men at Work” and the Rest of the Weekend In Sports And Pop Culture

By: John Ryan (Follow on Twitter @76ersFacts) Labor Day is one of my favorite days on the calendar for a variety of reasons. For one, I have off from work. For two, some of the greatest (non-sports division) television is on all day. For three, I know that college football has kicked off, the pros [...]

2009 Ultimate Fantasy Football ADP

by Michael DeLuca Back by popular demand, the 2009 Ultimate Fantasy Football ADP! Once again, I’m baffled that the average draft positions can vary so greatly from one site to another.  With a sample size of 10,000 plus drafts there really should be more consistency. I did realize one reason for the discrepancy though; On [...]

Fantasy Football: The First Round!

by Michael DeLuca With less than two months until the start of the 2009 NFL season, it’s about that time to start looking forward to your fantasy football drafts. The magazine stands are packed with fantasy football mags and I’ve assembled a composite first round for a 12 team league from some of the more [...]

Bettors Gold? Injured Linemen!

by Michael DeLuca Ask most coaches and coordinators in the NFL and they’ll tell you that the foundation of a good team begins with solid play in the trenches, the offensive and defensive linemen.  Of the recent dynasties, the New England Patriots, Denver Broncos, and Dallas Cowboys are wonderful examples of how a solid offensive [...]

Super Bowl hopes for the Jags.

By Mike Gill “The window in the NFL doesn’t stay open to long,” said Jacksonville Times-Union columnist Gene Frenette.  That’s pretty much the story in Jacksonville this season, they know now is the time for them to win the Super Bowl.  “This the greatest team in Jacksonville, in their history,” said Frenette.  Led by quarterback [...]

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