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NFL Fantasy Week 4: Start ‘Em or Sit ‘Em

Reading Time: 2 minutesStart ‘Em: QB Joe Burrow (CIN) Burrow has lit it up through three weeks, however has been held back by his offensive line. Burrow plays a decent Jacksonville defense, which is likely his easiest matchup so far this year. Burrow is still looking for his first win, and might find it with a big performance vs the Jags. RB Austin Ekeler (LAC) Ekeler has heated up ever since Herbert took over at QB for LA. Ekeler has regained his magic from last season, and is raking in the touches and receptions. Ekeler can destroy teams through...

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The Next Pounding NFL Dynasty

Reading Time: 2 minutesEver since that unbelievable 15-1 season resulting in a Super Bowl appearance, it’s been mostly downfalls for the Carolina Panthers. From former owner Jerry Richardson selling the team in 2017, to the release of the greatest quarterback in franchise history, Cam Newton. However, I see nothing but a bright future for this young Carolina roster. From the depth chart, to the front office, this team is heading in the right direction. If you’re wondering who the next dynasty in the NFL is destined to be, look no further than the Carolina Panthers. Here’s why: Franchise QB...

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Why Greg Olsen is an Unspoken Weapon in Seattle

Reading Time: 2 minutesOne move that occurred this offseason that really flew under the radar was TE Greg Olsen going to the Seattle Seahawks. To me at least, it felt like that location that just fits him and no one would give it a second thought. However, looking at it now I think there’s a real possibility he’ll thrive and produce well there. Let’s take a look at some stats. Last year, Olsen played 14 games and in those he accumulated only 52 receptions for 597 yards and 2 TDs. These aren’t very good numbers but we have to...

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Why the Panthers Should Trade Christian McCaffrey

Reading Time: 2 minutesChristian McCaffrey is, in my opinion, the best Running Back in football. He’s a great runner, an amazing pass catcher, an underrated blocker, and last year was arguably the whole Panthers offense. This past season, Christian had one of the best seasons for a Running Back ever, putting up 2392 scrimmage yards (1387 rushing, 1005 receiving) and 19 touchdowns. There’s no denying his playing ability, but paying a Running Back top dollar, especially when headed into a rebuild, is not the right decision for the long-term. Running Backs are the most replaceable position in football, and...

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Breaking Down the P.J. Walker Signing

Reading Time: 2 minutesPJ Walker, formerly the quarterback of the Houston Roughnecks (XFL), has signed a two-year-deal with the Carolina Panthers. Walker, 25, was the league’s biggest star this past season and helped lead the Roughnecks to an undefeated campaign. Walker will be reuniting with his former College HC, Matt Rhule, who just signed a 7-year, $62m deal in January. Walker began his NFL career signing to the Indianapolis Colts as an undrafted free agent following the 2017 NFL Draft. Walker was repeatedly signed and waived by the Colts from 2017-2019, but was given the chance to play in...

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