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https://plus.google.com/112279942116592456634 Dori Longino : SATURDAYS #NFL NEWS UPDATES New Jets RB Stevan Ridley has his new team’s name tattooed on his forearm...
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New Jets RB Stevan Ridley has his new team’s name tattooed on his forearm.

Dolphins QB McLeod Bethel-Thompson is visiting El Salvador this weekend to teach 75 kids the fundamentals of football. (It would be fitting if they play the wrong U.S. national anthem.)

Patriots DE Chandler Jones helped celebrate Special Olympics athletes on Friday.

Former Bills QB and San Diego assistant Frank Reich says Buffalo remains very important to him.

Boise State RB Jay Ajayi visited the Ravens last week.

With A.J. Green, Marvin Jones, and Mohamed Sanu in contract years, the Bengals are eyeballing receivers in the draft.

The Browns need a better punt returner. (Or, at a minimum, a better punt catcher.)

Said former Steelers CB Bryant McFadden of Troy Polamalu: “I don’t know anybody in the NFL who doesn’t like Troy. If you have an issue with Troy, you’ve got to look at yourself in the mirror. That’s the type of guy he is.”

Colts TE Jim Mutscheller, an unsung hero of The Greatest Game Ever Played, has died at 85.

Former Titans QB Kerry Collins on Troy Polamalu’s iconic leap over the line of scrimmage at the snap: “I looked up, and all I saw was hair in my facemask.”

Jaguars coach Gus Bradley returned to his alma mater, North Dakota State University, on Thursday.

The Texans’ local prospect day will include Prarie View QB Jerry Lovelocke.

The Chargers will kick the tires on DE Randy Gregory, a top-five talent who may slide through the teens.

Here’s a look at how zone blocking will help Broncos QB Peyton Manning.

Here’s a look at the nine players who have worn No. 68 for the Raiders, because there’s really no other team-related news to link to right now.

The operators of Arrowhead Stadium had a choice: Re-enact Super Bowl IV or stage a Rolling Stones concert.

The Cowboys keep looking at running backs in the 2015 draft class.

Giants WR Victor Cruz calls Dallas “enemies,” Philly “bigger enemies,” and Washington “respectable enemies.”

Free agents haven’t shied away from the Eagles because of Chip Kelly’s intense practice habits.

Washington LT Trent Williams, who’s entering the final year of his rookie deal, has changed agents.

The folks responsible for drafting former Bears CB Peanut Tillman still rave about him.

Lions QB Matthew Stafford found a way to get a workout in during his honeymoon in New Zealand.

Former Packers HB Johnny Papit has died at the age of 86.

Here’s a guided tour of the Vikings’ new stadium, which is 50 percent complete. (Green Bay fan says they can finish it even faster if they don’t bother to build a trophy case.)

Falcons CB Desmond Trufant is ready to become a leader.

Panthers CB Peanut Tillman says he can be an every-down corner.

Louisville WR DeVante Parker will visit the Saints.

Former Buccaneers coach Jon Gruden says good things about potential Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston. (Shocking, we know.)

Former Rams OT Joe Barksdale is still looking for a job.

The surprise retirement of 49ers LB Patrick Willis put things in perspective for his former teammates.

Seahawks safeties had plenty of praise for Troy Polamalu.

Former Cardinals DT Darnell Dockett has listed his Arizona home at $450,000 less than he paid for it in 2006.

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New Jets RB Stevan Ridley has his new team’s name tattooed on his forearm. Dolphins QB McLeod Bethel-Thompson is visiting El Salvador this weekend to teach 75 kids the fundamentals of football.  (It would be fitting if they play the wrong U.S. national anthem.) Patriots DE Chandler Jones helped celebrate Special Olympics athletes on Friday.…
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https://plus.google.com/109159865630607828288 Agustin Besoain : Here’s why Fantex, the athlete stock exchange, is working by    Daniel Roberts The controversial platform...
Here’s why Fantex, the athlete stock exchange, is working
by    Daniel Roberts The controversial platform signed two new players today, and as it grows, it’s likely converting many skeptics. Not everyone wants to invest in Mohamed Sanu. In fact, many football fans may not have even heard of Mohamed Sanu. But the C...
Here’s why Fantex, the athlete stock exchange, is working
by    Daniel Roberts The controversial platform signed two new players today, and as it grows, it’s likely converting many skeptics. Not everyone wants to invest in Mohamed Sanu. In fact, many football fans may not have...
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https://plus.google.com/104312342354758248358 Raul Pasamba Camaligan : "PHOENIX ‐ The list of colleges with the most players on the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots...
"PHOENIX ‐ The list of colleges with the most players on the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots' active roster for Super Bowl XLIX looks like this: Oregon, Texas A&M, Wisconsin and ... Rutgers.

Oregon may have the most starters, but Rutgers is walking alongside some impressive company when it comes to participation in this week's big game. It has been well documented that four Scarlet Knights (safeties Devin McCourty and Duron Harmon, tight end Tim Wright and cornerback Logan Ryan) alum are set to play for Bill Belichick and the Patriots on Sunday night on the NFL's biggest stage. It has made the school and coach Kyle Flood proud.

Seeing this success has also made Rutgers' football alumni proud. Cincinnati Bengals and former Rutgers wide receiver Mohamed Sanu actually thinks it's a statement for the program he joined in 2009.

"I think the program has definitely reached the next level," said Sanu, who was making the rounds Thursday on Radio Row during Super Bowl week. "Guys just have to see that, stay home and go to Rutgers and have the opportunity to play in games like this."

Rutgers has four players participating in this year's Super Bowl. Perennial Big Ten powerhouse and national champion Ohio State has one. That in itself is head-scratching and eye-opening."
Mohamed Sanu says Super Bowl is proof that Rutgers has reached 'next level'
PHOENIX ‐ The list of colleges with the most players on the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots' active roster for Super Bowl XLIX looks like this: Oregon, Texas A&M, Wisconsin and ... Rutgers. Oregon may have the most starters,...
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https://plus.google.com/113868700832983902301 Jackie Warner : New article (NFL Week Two Game Reviews 2015) With two weeks of professional football in the books, still...
New article (NFL Week Two Game Reviews 2015) With two weeks of professional football in the books, still no one team has emerged as the best in the league. If things keep going the way they are, the 2014 NFL season could be one of the most unpredictable seasons in recent memory
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With two weeks of professional football in the books, still no one team has emerged as the best in the league. If things keep going the way they are, the 2014 NFL season could be one of the most unpredictable seasons in recent memory. Here’s a recap of the craziness that was Week Two in the NFL:
Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens: Coming into this game all that anyone was focusing on was the Ray Rice story; however, the Ravens were not about to let the unfortunate situation ruin their season. The Ravens came out and beat the Steelers by 20 points, although not in the most convincing fashion. The Steelers had only 21 fewer yards than the Ravens, but consistently stupid turnovers and mistakes cost them a road division win.
Miami Dolphins at Buffalo Bills: There was a ton of hype around the Bills franchise and the city of Buffalo coming into the home opener, but the big question was whether or not E.J. Manuel would be able to play like he did against the Bears last week. The Bills and Manuel were sloppy once again this weekend, but in the end the defense stepped up and earned a huge victory in front of an ecstatic home crowd. The big standout for the Bills though was rookie wide receiver Sammy Watkins who caught eight pass for 117 yards and a touchdown.
Jacksonville Jaguars at Washington Redskins: Robert Griffin III and DeSean Jackson both left the game in the first quarter, but the Redskins were playing the Jaguars so they still won by 31 points. Kirk Cousins looked fantastic (much better than RGIII), dissecting the Jags defense like it was nothing. Cousins had wide-open receivers to throw to on every play. Take the victory with a grain of salt, however; and remember that they were playing the Jaguars.
Dallas Cowboys at Tennessee Titans: Dallas tried to shoot themselves in the foot, but Jake Locker and the Titans weren’t having any of it. Early fumbles and stupid penalties by the Cowboys should have led to an early lead for the Titans, but Locker’s inaccurate passes and two interceptions made it hard to take advantage of the Cowboys mistakes. Romo finished with only 176 yards with 103 of those going to Dez Bryant. The Cowboys ended up winning behind Bryant and the running of DeMarco Murray, taking the win 26-10.
Arizona Cardinals at New York Giants: Carson Palmer’s decision to sit out was rather unexpected. There was no indication during the week leading up to this game that Palmer would miss. Without their starting quarterback, the Cardinals were told they had no chance; but as always the nation overreacted. Eli Manning actually played very well against the Cardinals aggressive secondary throwing for 277 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions. Just like last week though, Manning’s receivers dropped pass after pass and continued to run the wrong routes. Ted Ginn Jr.’s kickoff return for a touchdown didn’t really help the Giants either. Arizona won a relatively easy one 25-14
New England Patriots at Minnesota Vikings: Even without Adrian Peterson, the Vikings marched down the field effortlessly for a touchdown on their opening drive; however, it was all Patriots after that. The Patriots scored 30 unanswered, including a blocked field goal returned for a touchdown. Tom Brady looked sloppy once again finishing with only 149 yards and a touchdown. The Patriots had a lot of help from Matt Cassel though, who threw four interceptions with one of them nearly being returned for six.
New Orleans Saints at Cleveland Browns: In a division like the NFC South, starting 0-2 basically eliminates the Saints from contention. Also, the Saints road woes from last year have clearly carried over into 2014. The high-powered Saints offense looked weak against the Browns defense. Things seem to have really turned around in Cleveland, and Mike Pettine and Brian Hoyer earned their first victory of the season and their first victory against a 2013 playoff team in dramatic fashion.
Atlanta Falcons at Cincinnati Bengals: The Falcons must have been cocky after their overtime victory against New Orleans in Week One, because the Bengals absolutely dominated this game. Even without A.J. Green, Andy Dalton and the Bengals other offensive weapons made the Falcons defense look atrocious. Mohamed Sanu had an amazing game catching only three passes but putting up 84 yards including a 76 yard touchdown. Dalton still didn’t look fantastic overthrowing his receivers in the red zone, but it didn’t really matter in the end since Matt Ryan was unable to do anything against the Bengals solid defense.
Detroit Lions at Carolina Panthers: Once again, the Lions found a way to lose a game they could have won: Nate Freese missed two field goals, Joique Bell lose a fumble near the red zone, Matthew Stafford threw an ugly interception, and even Calvin Johnson dropped a touchdown. The Lions also committed stupid penalties which either stalled their drives or helped lengthen Carolina’s. The Panthers played a good game, but they did have a lot of help especially on defense. Even with Greg Hardy though, the Panthers showed their defensive prowess finishing with four sacks on Stafford.
St. Louis Rams at Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Clearly the Buccaneers were overrated in the offseason: they were expected by many to win the NFC South after bringing in Lovie Smith as coach and Josh McCown as quarterback. However, the Bucs are now 0-2 after losing to the Sam Bradford and Chris Long-less Rams 19-17. The game was pretty boring overall—not only was there a rain delay but also neither team really did much. The Rams pulled off the win by being the slightly better of two bad looking offenses.
Seattle Seahawks at San Diego Chargers: The Chargers reminded everyone this weekend that the Seahawks are human just like the rest of us. The Seahawks offense has never been good on the road, and the Chargers didn’t give them a chance to start against their less-than-perfect defense. So, rather than risk Russell Wilson playing well the Chargers just held the ball on offense for 42 minutes. That’s right, 42 minutes—against the Seahawks defense. The Chargers kept the defense out there for so long that some of the players, including Richard Sherman and Earl Thomas, started cramping up. The Chargers really had their way with the Seahawks, and eventually beat the defending champs 30-21.
Houston Texans at Oakland Raiders: Raiders fans may as well start looking forward to the 2015 NFL Draft, because they’ll be lucky to win a game this season. The Texans looked great, and the only thing keeping them from being considered real contenders in the AFC this season is Ryan Fitzpatrick. Fitzpatrick did fine against the Raiders though, but that’s really not saying much. If the Raiders offense continues to play the way it has been, it may go down in history as one of the worst offenses of all time. Basically all of the Raiders points this season have come in garbage time.
New York Jets at Green Bay Packers: This game was a bit of a shock. The Jets jumped out to a huge lead against the Packers only to see it dwindle away slowly through the rest of the game. Geno Smith had a great game by Geno Smith standards, and it was a little sad to see the victory striped away from him after the late fourth quarter touchdown was called back because of an ill-advised timeout taken on the Jets sideline. This game did show us that the Packers may be a bit overrated this season: they should be 0-2 right now after getting crushed by Seattle Week One and barely squeezing out a victory against New York 31-24.
Kansas City Chiefs at Denver Broncos: This game was a lot closer than it should have been, but maybe the Broncos dedicated all their time leading up to this game to preparing for the Seahawks Week Three. Peyton Manning led his team to a nice lead just to watch his team give up afterwards. With tons of dropped pass, wrong routes, and an overall horrible defense, the defending AFC Champions look like they expect Manning to do literally everything for them. Alex Smith looked great, and the Chiefs offense was able to control the ball for most of the game; so we’re still waiting to see the multi-million dollar defense that John Elway put together this offseason.
Chicago Bears at San Francisco 49ers: The Bears shocked the NFL Sunday Night beating the 49ers 28-20. Jay Cutler really came alive in the second half, but the Bears owe this victory to Colin Kaepernick and his three interceptions. Kaepernick looked horrible and inaccurate in the second half against a Bears team plagued by injuries. Both injured receivers for the Bears ended up playing, however; and Brandon Marshall had a huge night catching three touchdown passes from Cutler.
Philadelphia Eagles at Indianapolis Colts: Andrew Luck finished 20-of-34 for 172 yards, three touchdowns, and an interception. Darren Sproles had 178 yards and a touchdown by himself. The Eagles only won 30-27 though, because Nick Foles struggled greatly trying to complete passes like he did last week against the Jaguars. LeSean McCoy had 102 yards, and it was him and Sproles that really won this game for the Eagles. Luck really struggled against the Eagles defensive line, and it was his late interception to Malcolm Jenkins that really cost his team the game.
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https://plus.google.com/117369704557199340249 Shanka Cheryl : New article (NFL Week Two Game Reviews 2015) With two weeks of professional football in the books, still...
New article (NFL Week Two Game Reviews 2015) With two weeks of professional football in the books, still no one team has emerged as the best in the league. If things keep going the way they are, the 2014 NFL season could be one of the most unpredictable seasons in recent memory
has been published on Movie TV Tech Geeks #EJManuel, #MiamiDolphins, #NFL, #PittsburghSteelers, #RayRice
With two weeks of professional football in the books, still no one team has emerged as the best in the league. If things keep going the way they are, the 2014 NFL season could be one of the most unpredictable seasons in recent memory. Here’s a recap of the craziness that was Week Two in the NFL:
Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens: Coming into this game all that anyone was focusing on was the Ray Rice story; however, the Ravens were not about to let the unfortunate situation ruin their season. The Ravens came out and beat the Steelers by 20 points, although not in the most convincing fashion. The Steelers had only 21 fewer yards than the Ravens, but consistently stupid turnovers and mistakes cost them a road division win.
Miami Dolphins at Buffalo Bills: There was a ton of hype around the Bills franchise and the city of Buffalo coming into the home opener, but the big question was whether or not E.J. Manuel would be able to play like he did against the Bears last week. The Bills and Manuel were sloppy once again this weekend, but in the end the defense stepped up and earned a huge victory in front of an ecstatic home crowd. The big standout for the Bills though was rookie wide receiver Sammy Watkins who caught eight pass for 117 yards and a touchdown.
Jacksonville Jaguars at Washington Redskins: Robert Griffin III and DeSean Jackson both left the game in the first quarter, but the Redskins were playing the Jaguars so they still won by 31 points. Kirk Cousins looked fantastic (much better than RGIII), dissecting the Jags defense like it was nothing. Cousins had wide-open receivers to throw to on every play. Take the victory with a grain of salt, however; and remember that they were playing the Jaguars.
Dallas Cowboys at Tennessee Titans: Dallas tried to shoot themselves in the foot, but Jake Locker and the Titans weren’t having any of it. Early fumbles and stupid penalties by the Cowboys should have led to an early lead for the Titans, but Locker’s inaccurate passes and two interceptions made it hard to take advantage of the Cowboys mistakes. Romo finished with only 176 yards with 103 of those going to Dez Bryant. The Cowboys ended up winning behind Bryant and the running of DeMarco Murray, taking the win 26-10.
Arizona Cardinals at New York Giants: Carson Palmer’s decision to sit out was rather unexpected. There was no indication during the week leading up to this game that Palmer would miss. Without their starting quarterback, the Cardinals were told they had no chance; but as always the nation overreacted. Eli Manning actually played very well against the Cardinals aggressive secondary throwing for 277 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions. Just like last week though, Manning’s receivers dropped pass after pass and continued to run the wrong routes. Ted Ginn Jr.’s kickoff return for a touchdown didn’t really help the Giants either. Arizona won a relatively easy one 25-14
New England Patriots at Minnesota Vikings: Even without Adrian Peterson, the Vikings marched down the field effortlessly for a touchdown on their opening drive; however, it was all Patriots after that. The Patriots scored 30 unanswered, including a blocked field goal returned for a touchdown. Tom Brady looked sloppy once again finishing with only 149 yards and a touchdown. The Patriots had a lot of help from Matt Cassel though, who threw four interceptions with one of them nearly being returned for six.
New Orleans Saints at Cleveland Browns: In a division like the NFC South, starting 0-2 basically eliminates the Saints from contention. Also, the Saints road woes from last year have clearly carried over into 2014. The high-powered Saints offense looked weak against the Browns defense. Things seem to have really turned around in Cleveland, and Mike Pettine and Brian Hoyer earned their first victory of the season and their first victory against a 2013 playoff team in dramatic fashion.
Atlanta Falcons at Cincinnati Bengals: The Falcons must have been cocky after their overtime victory against New Orleans in Week One, because the Bengals absolutely dominated this game. Even without A.J. Green, Andy Dalton and the Bengals other offensive weapons made the Falcons defense look atrocious. Mohamed Sanu had an amazing game catching only three passes but putting up 84 yards including a 76 yard touchdown. Dalton still didn’t look fantastic overthrowing his receivers in the red zone, but it didn’t really matter in the end since Matt Ryan was unable to do anything against the Bengals solid defense.
Detroit Lions at Carolina Panthers: Once again, the Lions found a way to lose a game they could have won: Nate Freese missed two field goals, Joique Bell lose a fumble near the red zone, Matthew Stafford threw an ugly interception, and even Calvin Johnson dropped a touchdown. The Lions also committed stupid penalties which either stalled their drives or helped lengthen Carolina’s. The Panthers played a good game, but they did have a lot of help especially on defense. Even with Greg Hardy though, the Panthers showed their defensive prowess finishing with four sacks on Stafford.
St. Louis Rams at Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Clearly the Buccaneers were overrated in the offseason: they were expected by many to win the NFC South after bringing in Lovie Smith as coach and Josh McCown as quarterback. However, the Bucs are now 0-2 after losing to the Sam Bradford and Chris Long-less Rams 19-17. The game was pretty boring overall—not only was there a rain delay but also neither team really did much. The Rams pulled off the win by being the slightly better of two bad looking offenses.
Seattle Seahawks at San Diego Chargers: The Chargers reminded everyone this weekend that the Seahawks are human just like the rest of us. The Seahawks offense has never been good on the road, and the Chargers didn’t give them a chance to start against their less-than-perfect defense. So, rather than risk Russell Wilson playing well the Chargers just held the ball on offense for 42 minutes. That’s right, 42 minutes—against the Seahawks defense. The Chargers kept the defense out there for so long that some of the players, including Richard Sherman and Earl Thomas, started cramping up. The Chargers really had their way with the Seahawks, and eventually beat the defending champs 30-21.
Houston Texans at Oakland Raiders: Raiders fans may as well start looking forward to the 2015 NFL Draft, because they’ll be lucky to win a game this season. The Texans looked great, and the only thing keeping them from being considered real contenders in the AFC this season is Ryan Fitzpatrick. Fitzpatrick did fine against the Raiders though, but that’s really not saying much. If the Raiders offense continues to play the way it has been, it may go down in history as one of the worst offenses of all time. Basically all of the Raiders points this season have come in garbage time.
New York Jets at Green Bay Packers: This game was a bit of a shock. The Jets jumped out to a huge lead against the Packers only to see it dwindle away slowly through the rest of the game. Geno Smith had a great game by Geno Smith standards, and it was a little sad to see the victory striped away from him after the late fourth quarter touchdown was called back because of an ill-advised timeout taken on the Jets sideline. This game did show us that the Packers may be a bit overrated this season: they should be 0-2 right now after getting crushed by Seattle Week One and barely squeezing out a victory against New York 31-24.
Kansas City Chiefs at Denver Broncos: This game was a lot closer than it should have been, but maybe the Broncos dedicated all their time leading up to this game to preparing for the Seahawks Week Three. Peyton Manning led his team to a nice lead just to watch his team give up afterwards. With tons of dropped pass, wrong routes, and an overall horrible defense, the defending AFC Champions look like they expect Manning to do literally everything for them. Alex Smith looked great, and the Chiefs offense was able to control the ball for most of the game; so we’re still waiting to see the multi-million dollar defense that John Elway put together this offseason.
Chicago Bears at San Francisco 49ers: The Bears shocked the NFL Sunday Night beating the 49ers 28-20. Jay Cutler really came alive in the second half, but the Bears owe this victory to Colin Kaepernick and his three interceptions. Kaepernick looked horrible and inaccurate in the second half against a Bears team plagued by injuries. Both injured receivers for the Bears ended up playing, however; and Brandon Marshall had a huge night catching three touchdown passes from Cutler.
Philadelphia Eagles at Indianapolis Colts: Andrew Luck finished 20-of-34 for 172 yards, three touchdowns, and an interception. Darren Sproles had 178 yards and a touchdown by himself. The Eagles only won 30-27 though, because Nick Foles struggled greatly trying to complete passes like he did last week against the Jaguars. LeSean McCoy had 102 yards, and it was him and Sproles that really won this game for the Eagles. Luck really struggled against the Eagles defensive line, and it was his late interception to Malcolm Jenkins that really cost his team the game.
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Keys to Daily Fantasy success for NFL Wild Card games:
NFL Lines Wild Card Playoffs - NFL Football Line
Wild Card Weekend Playoff Games
NFL Game Lines 1/3 - 1/4, 2015
Key 1: Pay attention to the projected total over/under total. (Vegas is usually spot on)

Advice: These projected over/under numbers indicate that you should probably be taking one of the above Defenses, while you should limit the total number of Arizona offensive Players/Kickers given their low projected amount of offensive output.
Most Undervalued Daily Fantasy Players:
Ryan Lindley ($6700): Lindley is the only true value option play this weekend (given the reality that all other QB are $7800 and up). Last week Lindley threw for 316 yards and 2 TD (both to Michael Floyd). He did throw three picks, however SF leads the league in interceptions (23). It will be crucial for Lindley to be a great game manager and not make mistakes. With inexperienced RB’s beside Lindley, the Cardinals won't have the luxury of a super run dominant game plan. For the Cardinals to truly become  a team of destiny despite all of the detrimental injuries they’ve suffered, Ryan Lindley needs to have an incredibly efficient game.
Dan Herron ($5400): Dan Herron is expected to be the lead back again for the Colts against a Bengals defense that allowed the 5th most fantasy points to RB this year. Being the lead back in Indianapolis is not the same as it is elsewhere. Herron has a season high of 12 carries for 80 yards. He's added about three receptions for 30 yards every week to his rushing yardage, which has been low despite averaging 4.5 ypc. I feel like Dan Herron has been efficient on every occasion and the colts have under-utilized him, which may be the result of protecting him for the playoffs or keeping their secret unknown weapon a secret. Nonetheless, the fact that he is priced below some other teams back-up running backs gives credence to our belief that Dan Herron is a great play for his value.
Other RB options: Reggie Bush is cheap given early season expectations, but it could be for a very good reason since he very may well still be affected by his lingering injury, or worse he’s simply a nostalgic ageing veteran. Bush had an impressive game vs (a poor) Chicago team, scoring and matching a season high six receptions, then went back to below average in the finale. He's averaging just 3.9 ypc and is seemingly an afterthought in the Detroit offense with Joique Bell playing well. DeAngelo Williams is expected to play this weekend vs Arizona's 4th best run defense, which only means that he’ll have the opportunity to Vulture carries from Jonathan Stewart. Kerwynn Williams ($5200) is also someone to consider since he’s been impressive when he gets the work, averaging 4.6 ypc, though not yet scoring. He should see the bulk of the carries, while not being used as a threat in the passing game at all.
Martavis BryantL ($5600): Martavis Bryant is a good play since he has the real potential to put up huge WR1 receiver numbers. However, there is risk since Antonio Brown will draw the majority of targets and his number have been sporadically boom and bust all year. What we like most about Martavis Bryant  is that he could be used as a both a vertical and horizontal weapon this week with the injury to bell. This means he could potentially get 5+ carries and could also draw 2-3 screen opportunities in situations that that would otherwise go to Bell. Scoring 8 TDs on 26 receptions (48 targets). According to PFF, that's 0.64 fantasy points per opportunity. Bryant is 6'4" and fast and Baltimore's secondary had no answer for him in the end zone the last time they played as Bryant scored 2 TDs on three receptions for 44 yards. The Ravens give up the 5th most points to WR, and PFF rates them in the bottom half of the league in pass coverage.
Other WR options: Donte Moncrief ($5200) always has the potential to have a huge breakout game with Luck at the Helm.  Cole Beasley ($5600) saw nine targets last week, hauling in 6/57. Nine was his season high, but he's been steadily seeing around five targets a week. However, if you’re looking for an undervalued Cowboys receiver Terrance Williams may be the better choice representing more potential upside.
Tight End
Heath Miller ($5000): Miller finished the season as the 11th best PPR TE, unowned in most season long fantasy leagues and rarely seen in DFS lineups. The Ravens are middle of the pack when it comes to points allowed to TE. Miller has seen anywhere between 1-14 targets this season, but typically gets 5-7 per game. The key is that Heath Miller will become more of a weapon in short yardage and goal line situations that would otherwise be run plays designed for Bell.
Ryan Hewitt ($4500) If Jermaine Gresham does sit, Ryan Hewitt could be an intriguing option as the most undervalued tight end this week since Andy Dalton may be forced to target the ex-Stanford player given the extent of injuries plaguing all of his receivers.
Weather conditions to consider:
The ONLY game in which weather conditions WILL likely play a major factor is between the Steelers and Ravens. Adding to the problems of rain, Heinz Field has been ranked as the worst grass field in the NFL in the two most recent player surveys. The stadium, which opened in 2001, also hosts University of Pittsburgh and high school playoff games. The field tends to get easily torn up and often must be resodded. Bad weather is expected to make the conditions even sloppier. The forecast calls for 100 percent chance of rain, and the most significant rainfall is expected to come right before kickoff.
NFL wildcard game Key Injury Reports:
Le'Veon Bell – Has been officially ruled out, however given the nature of the injury (hyperextended knee) and the fact that he’ll have all off-season to recover if the Steelers loose we still recommend checking in to see if Le'Veon Bell suits up and attempts to warm-up pre-game as anything reported by Adam Schefter has been notoriously wrong ALL YEAR. With Bell out this weekend, ESPN.com notes that Josh Harris is in line to start in his place, with Dri Archer and the recently-signed Ben Tate, to a lesser degree, also in the mix for touches in the Steelers' backfield on Saturday.
After bell left last week’s game against the Bengals, Harris wasn't targeted in the passing game, but did finish with five carries for seven yards. Archer had 2 catches for 19 yards and 1 carry for -1 yards. While newly signed Ben Tate could potentially Vulture carries from both. However, it's not entirely clear how the workload would be divided. Archer's top-notch speed makes him a threat as a receiver, but his lack of size raises questions about both pass-blocking and running between the tackles. Thus, Archer will likely be used as a 3rd down back with Harris getting more early down carries, however the Steelers will likely roll with the hot hand so it is really a crap shoot as to the projected carries for each back.  
Le'Veon Bell Injury Advice: This uncertainty should make many daily fantasy players hesitant to roll with any of the Steelers back-up running backs, however what should really make you want to stay away is that the unproven running backs still have a (Fan Duel Daily Fantasy Value) higher than more proven running backs like the Colts Dan Herron. This means any potential upside has already been factored into their price making the Steelers RB back-ups even more unattractive. We believe the best way to take advantage of the Le'Veon Bell injury from a valuation perspective is by starting Martavis Bryant who the Steelers may have to creatively make a larger part of their Offense and may even get 5+ carries, or rolling with Steelers Tight End Heath Miller who will be targeted in short yardage and goal line situations that would otherwise be designed run plays for Bell.  
Other Notable Injuries:
Trent Richardson – Probable : While only having a minor illness, Trent Richardson has had a dismal year meaning the Colts will have to lean on Dan Herron even more who we believe to be one of the most undervalued backs coming into this week.
A.J. Green – Questionable: (concussion) We believe that A.J Green will play come game time, however given the culmination of other injuries he has suffered over the past few weeks combined with a concussion if he does suit up he’ll probably be used in more of a decoy role taking away his over ability to go over the middle which has historically made him so dangerous.
Jermaine Gresham – Questionable: With a lingering back injury suffered from last week still bothering Jermaine Gresham, we believe he’ll play however will not be 100%. We also tend to believe that A.J Green has been banged up the past couple of weeks and the Bengals are covering up the full extent of his injuries to prevent more men being stacked in the box. Overall we believe that the fact that the Bengals top receiving threats are banged up, but still on the field should lead to more credence to starting Jeremy Hill, or if the numbers pencil out plugging in Mohamed Sanu.
All Injury Reports:
Arizona Cardinals: OUT: Drew Stanton (knee) QB. QUESTIONABLE: Jonathan Cooper (wrist, knee) G; Dan Williams (foot) DT. PROBABLE; Calais Campbell (hip) DE; Larry Foote (knee) LB; Tyrann Mathieu (thumb, hip) S; Frostee Rucker (ankle) DT; Lyle Sendlein (back) C. If Dan Williams can't play it would be another blow to a banged-up defense that has fallen off sharply down the stretch.
Carolina Panthers: DOUBTFUL: Thomas DeCoud (hamstring) S. QUESTIONABLE: A.J. Klein (ankle) LB. PROBABLE: Derek Anderson (illness) QB; Charles Johnson (not injury related) DE; Fernando Velasco (not injury related) G; DeAngelo Williams (hand) RB.Williams will play. We still think Jonathan Stewart should get the overwhelming majority of the carries.
Baltimore Ravens: OUT: Eugene Monroe (ankle) OT; Timmy Jernigan (foot/ankle) DT; Arthur Brown (thigh) LB. PROBABLE: Owen Daniels (non injury related) TE; Chris Canty (thigh/ankle) DE. The Ravens' offensive line has been a problem the past few weeks.
Pittsburgh Steelers: OUT: Le'Veon Bell (knee) RB. PROBABLE: Heath Miller (NIR) TE; Troy Polamalu (knee) S; Ben Roethlisberger (NIR) QB; Ike Taylor (shoulder/forearm) CB; James Harrison (illness) LB; Mike Adams (illness) T; Steve McLendon (shoulder) DT; Michael Palmer (groin) TE. The Steelers will turn to rookie running back Josh Harris with Bell out. It's about as healthy as the Steelers defense has been in months.
Cincinnati Bengals: OUT: Dane Sanzenbacher (concussion) WR; James Wright (knee) WR. DOUBTFUL: A.J. Green (concussion) WR. QUESTIONABLE: Jermaine Gresham (back) TE; Cedric Peerman (concussion, shoulder) RB. Not looking good for Green, which would be a huge blow for the Bengals.
Indianapolis Colts: OUT: Hugh Thornton (shoulder) G. DOUBTFUL: A.Q. Shipley (ankle) C. QUESTIONABLE: Trent Richardson (illness) RB. PROBABLE: Dwayne Allen (knee) TE; Joshua Cribbs (not injury related) WR; Jerrell Freeman (hamstring) LB; Joe Reitz (ankle) G; Erik Walden (knee) LB; Reggie Wayne (groin) WR; Bjoern Werner (shoulder) LB. The Colts' O-line is banged up, but having Allen and Wayne should help Andrew Luck.
Dallas Cowboys: DOUBTFUL: Doug Free (Ankle) OT. QUESTIONABLE: Tyrone Crawford (illness) DT; Anthony Hitchens (ankle) LB. PROBABLE: DeMarco Murray (hand) RB; Tony Romo (back) QB; Bruce Carter (knee) LB; Nick Hayden (shoulder) DT; Zack Martin (ankle) G. With Henry Melton already out, the Cowboys need Crawford healthy along the D-line.
Detroit Lions: OUT: Larry Warford (knee) G. DOUBTFUL: Nick Fairley (knee) DT. PROBABLE: Ezekiel Ansah (toe) DE; Calvin Johnson (ankle) WR.
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Carolina Panthers coaches not sweating Kelvin Benjamin’s drops yet

For the big plays Kelvin Benjamin gives the Panthers, the head-shaking drops still remain.

Benjamin had two drops during Sunday’s 34-3 win against at Atlanta, and Panthers coach Ron Rivera admitted there’s a little concern that continues to happen so late into Benjamin’s rookie season.

“Yes and no. You’d love to have made those plays, and part of it is the youth,” Rivera said.

Benjamin dropped what could have been a 40-yard completion from Cam Newton on the Panthers’ second series. Carolina would go on to score a touchdown on that drive, and on the next possession Newton looked to Benjamin on a short pass that Benjamin misjudged.

“On the first big one it looked like as he was getting ready to catch it he just turned that head,” Rivera said. “And then on the one that was outside, I think he might have underestimated the width of that throw, that it was wider towards the sideline. These are all things he’s going to work on and correct, and I expect him to work hard this week and play very, very well.”

Benjamin’s 11 drops this season are tied for second most behind only Cincinnati receiver Mohamed Sanu. But Carolina offensive coordinator Mike Shula expressed little worry about Benjamin’s drops.

“He’ll be fine,” Shula said. “… I think of Cam having a receiver open and he just overthrows him. Do I get disappointed about it? No. Am I concerned about it? No. Just working on it and getting ready to play the next week.”

Black Monday: With five NFL teams in need of head coaches, could one be looking at a coach with two consecutive trips to the playoffs?

If anyone wants to call Rivera, he made it clear Monday he has no plans of going anywhere.

“I’m happy. Believe me. I am truly happy, excited,” Rivera said. “I mean I’m fired up about where we are right now. We’ve done a great job here, and I do mean it. I’m very pleased with the situation and circumstances. That’s not even a consideration. Please, don’t even throw that out there.”

The Raiders, Falcons, 49ers, Jets and Bears – where Rivera played and coached for more than a decade – are without head coaches.


Carolina Panthers playoff game, Belk Bowl set to boost hotel and restaurant revenue: ‘We’re excited’

Take a college bowl game in uptown Charlotte, add a Carolina Panthers playoff game that seemed improbable just a month ago, and bring an NBA superstar to town.

Schedule it all during the week of New Year’s Eve.

The result: Sold-out hotels, fully booked restaurants and brisk sales of Panthers team hats and T-shirts, according to a half-dozen Charlotte hotel, restaurant and shop owners.

“It’s kind of great that it all fell when it did,” said Chris Conklin, manager of the Aria Tuscan Grill, which is less than a half-mile north of Time Warner Cable Arena. “We’re excited and anticipating a good buzz going around Charlotte this week.”

During what otherwise would be a slow week for sales, Conklin and other business owners are preparing for a boost as the city hosts three major sports events centered in uptown.

The Carolina Panthers’ win against the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday put the team in the playoffs for the second year in a row, with a Saturday matchup against the Arizona Cardinals.

Tuesday night, Charlotte will host college football’s Belk Bowl, between Georgia and Louisville, at Bank of America Stadium.

On Friday, the Cleveland Cavaliers, which signed NBA superstar LeBron James last summer, will play the Charlotte Hornets at Time Warner Cable Arena.

And Wednesday is New Year’s Eve, which uptown hotel manager John Beatty says is always a boon to the city’s hospitality industry.

When the Panthers made the playoffs last year, “we saw a high demand for our hotel rooms,” said Beatty, general manager of The Dunhill Hotel and its restaurant, the Asbury, on North Tryon Street, about a mile from Bank of America Stadium. “Playoff games are big.”

The hotel rented out all 60 of its rooms that weekend, Beatty said. The Asbury, which serves Southern foods such as “maw maw’s cast iron biscuits” and chicken and waffles, was so packed that patrons were placed on a waiting list.

Beatty said he expects another sellout for the hotel this weekend.

“This week overall is going to be strong, with the Belk Bowl being on Tuesday and then New Year’s Eve, which is always a popular night,” he said.

The Sheraton and Le Méridien hotels on South McDowell Street, with 605 rooms between them, have almost reached full occupancy for Tuesday and Wednesday, said Brian Hutchins, who manages both hotels. Hutchins said he is hoping for a similar uptick later this week for the Panthers game.

The Omni Hotel, next to the EpiCentre, has rented out most of its 374 rooms for guests in town for the Belk Bowl and New Year’s Eve. It’s still unclear whether it will see a big influx later this week for the Panthers or Hornets, said Marcella Ceccacci, the hotel’s marketing and sales director.

“We always do extremely well on New Year’s and sell out,” she said. “As of right now, we haven’t seen any pickup (for) this weekend.

“The last week of December, historically for the hotel, has done very well because of the Belk Bowl.”

Mecklenburg County saw $15.6 million in revenue and collected more than $336,000 in taxes during the Belk Bowl last year, according to the Charlotte Regional Visitors Authority. More than 45,000 attended the game, renting 9,953 hotel rooms and spending $8.24 million out of pocket.

Those figures are good news for Shawn Lawson, Panthers team store manager.

“We always sell Panthers stuff here in the store, even during the Belk Bowl,” he said. “We’ve seen a big increase in foot traffic, really, the whole month of December … all building up to the game on Saturday. It’s a four-game winning streak. It’s good for business.”

Lawson said he expects the momentum to continue this weekend, when he and employees will stock division-championship merchandise. They’ve already started taking orders for division-style memorabilia on their website, which touts championship hats and T-shirts.

Lee McShane, manager of Irish pub Connolly’s on Fifth, said he expects full staffing this week to accommodate the crowds. “This is a moneymaking time” for employees, he said. “They all go on vacation after.”

Conklin said he hopes Saturday’s game gives Aria Tuscan Grill a boost it normally doesn’t get on Panthers game day because it’s closed Sundays.

“We don’t get that Panthers business,” he said. “(Saturday is) going to be positive.”

Conklin’s reservation book was “getting some action” early in the week, with about 38 members of the University of Georgia’s band expected to eat at the restaurant Monday night, he said.

“It generally would have been a fairly slow week if it weren’t for all these things,” he said.

Conklin also expects a boost when the Hornets play Cleveland on Friday at nearby Time Warner Cable Arena: “LeBron always has a good following wherever he goes.”

Alex Myrick, owner of nearby Blue Restaurant & Bar, agreed: “We are expecting people to come in after the game and hang out.”

This week’s sports blitz also makes it a good time for employers trying to attract top-level talent. Jeremy Gnozzo, founder of Charlotte-based executive search firm Search Solution Group, said his recruiters have been taking calls from clients who want tickets to the Hornets game to woo prospective employees and show them the city.

“Charlotte, in general, is a great city to recruit people to,” said Ashley Goldberg, junior partner with Search Solution Group. “The cost of living, the weather, the sports teams; it’s all really a selling point.”

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Texas Gods Comes Back to Beat SteelCurtainDynasty in League Championship
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Texas Gods remains undefeated in two matchups against SteelCurtainDynasty with an 81.42 to 72.82 victory. Their overall record goes to 16-0, while SteelCurtainDynasty falls to 11-5. A powerful Marshawn Lynch (113 Rsh Yds, 2 TD) picked up 23.30 points this week, although it was a drop-off from his 26.30 points the last time these two teams met. To make matters worse, SteelCurtainDynasty had a starter score zero points (Kyle Rudolph).

Lynch really deserved to get more touches for Texas Gods, as he was able to produce 113 total yards on just 10 touches.

Since Lynch was the high scorer for Texas Gods, it means a different player has now led the team in each of the past six weeks. With 19.50 points, Alshon Jeffery paced the squad in Week 11, while Justin Forsett (31.00 points) was team-leader in Week 12 and Tre Mason (34.40 points) led the way in Week 13. T.Y. Hilton (25.00 points) was tops in Week 14 and Drew Brees (27.20 points) led last week.

Texas Gods has a pair of players cooling off at an inopportune time: Mohamed Sanu and Forsett. Since the playoffs have begun, that duo has dropped 88% and 70% below their respective season-to-date scoring averages. SteelCurtainDynasty had two players who were cooling off in the playoffs: Matthew Stafford and Andre Johnson. During the postseason, that combo has averaged 8.12 and 3.25 points, respectively, falling short of their season-long marks by 49% and 43%.

Texas Gods concluded the regular season in first place with a record of 14-0. With a scoring average of 109.31, they also placed first in the league in that metric. In their only other postseason game on their voyage to the championship, Texas Gods slipped by HuffMoney, 98.40 to 94.70. Texas Gods had the league's best average scoring margin this season, outpacing opponents by 39.50 points per game. SteelCurtainDynasty wrapped up the regular season in third place with a record of 10-4. They also ranked third in the league with 89.41 points per game. In their only other postseason game of the season, SteelCurtainDynasty beat team z, 99.22 to 79.66.
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