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Author: Matt Maslikowski

NFL Fantasy Week 2 Fantasy: Start ‘Em or Sit ‘Em

Reading Time: 2 minutesStart ‘Em: QB Kyler Murray (ARI) Murray got off to a red hot start last week against the 49ers, with 26.3pts. Murray will face a weak Washington defense and led by Deandre Hopkins, Murray will have plenty of targets to throw to; not to mention what Murray can do with his legs. After an outstanding performance in week 1, Murray looks to stay on a roll in week 2. WR Davante Adams (GB) Adams torched the Vikings secondary this past week for over 40 points (PPR), and could put up near 40 again this week. Adams...

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NFL Fantasy Week 1: Start ‘Em or Sit ‘Em

Reading Time: 2 minutesWith the NFL starting this week, here’s a brief guide to this week’s fantasy matchups: Who to Start: WR Stefon Diggs (BUF) Buffalo has a favorable week 1 matchup vs NYJ, now without Jamal Adams, their secondary looks quite shaky. With Josh Allen’s rocket arm, Diggs could find himself reeling him lots of longballs all Sunday long. RB Josh Jacobs (LV) Jacobs kicks off his sophomore season in Carolina, against the PFF ranked league worst Panther defense. Jacobs should have a hay-day on a young, and below average defensive line. With Luke Keuchely retired, the panther’s...

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Five Fantasy Football Regression Candidates

Reading Time: 2 minutesRB Nick Chubb (CLE) Chubb had a great 2019, totaling 1,494 rushing yards and 8 TD’s, but could see a loss in production in 2020. Browns RB Kareem Hunt wasn’t much of a featured back last season, due to a 6-game suspension, with a full 16-game season he should take a bigger role in Cleveland’s offense. Hunt figures to take over as the top receiving back, taking points away from Chubb in PPR leagues. If Hunt can return to his 2017 form, Chubb could be in big trouble, fighting for opportunities. QB Kirk Cousins (MIN) Cousins...

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Five Fantasy Football Candidates to Have a Breakout Season

Reading Time: 2 minutesWe are rapidly approaching the 2020 NFL season and fantasy football is starting up again. Here are five candidates to have breakout seasons.  RB Alexander Mattison (MIN) Currently sitting at RB2, in Minnesota, Mattison is extremely volatile. Dalvin Cook has an injury history, and if Mattison gets the snaps and opportunities he could burst onto the scene. Mattison can do it all, he has a great ground game and seconds as a receiving back, making him a great PPR player. WR Allen Lazard (GB) Green Bay enters another season of limited WR talent, and behind Devante...

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Should College Football Be Played This Fall: Both Sides Of the Story

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Case To Play: Many of the players themselves have been very vocal on their desire to play this fall, whether it’s for love of the game, or trying to get pro-exposure only they know. The general sense is everybody around the nation, from players to fans to university personnel all want the season to go on. The NCAA could take a similar approach to the NFL with consistent testing plans and potentially incorporate masks into the players facemasks. Although those methods offer some protection from virus-exposure, they cannot entirely stop the spread of virus. The...

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