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  • Fantasy waivers: Is it time to find a backup to Tom Brady?

    Fantasy waivers: Is it time to find a backup to Tom Brady?
    Would you believe that Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has as many touchdown passes (a league-leading six) and has thrown for more yards per game (262.5) than Peyton Manning (255.5)? Of course, no one's suggesting that you take Cutler before the...
  • Fantasy football recap: Week 2 brings pains, chances for gains

    Week 1 lulled us into a false sense of security. With no long-term injuries to major stars, many fantasy football owners likely breathed a bit easier knowing their seasons weren't over before they started. Most times, though, the left jab sets up a...
  • Fantasy updates: Gordon news creates opportunity

    Friday afternoon proved quite eventful in NFL news--and that's in the same week as Ray Rice's security video bombshell. Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was indicted on child injury charges. According to various reports, he's being charged...
  • Adrian Peterson's discipline of boy 'exceeds' standards: D.A. official

    All-Pro running back Adrian Peterson crossed the line when he struck his child with what has been described as a “switch” this year, a Texas prosecutor said. Speaking at a news conference Saturday, Phil Grant of the Montgomery County...
  • All Football Is Fantasy Football

    Ray Rice, a running back for the Baltimore Ravens, renders a woman in a casino elevator unconscious. The NFL views a tape of him dragging her limp body out to the lobby and responds by giving him a two-game suspension. People become irate and start...
  • Fantasy lineup for Week 2: Expect Jordy Nelson to rebound

    Fantasy lineup for Week 2: Expect Jordy Nelson to rebound
    If you lost, don't panic. If you won, don't gloat. It's Week 2 of fantasy football: redemption or retribution could be at hand. I don't have to tell you Week 2 is critical. You can pawn off your lineup mistakes from the season opener on new players...
  • Kristin Cavallari says she'll never play fantasy football

    Kristin Cavallari says she'll never play fantasy football
    If you get tired of hearing about other people’s fantasy football teams, just imagine how Kristin Cavallari feels. The TV personality and wife of Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has to constantly endure fantasy football talk from random strangers....
  • Fantasy football: Wild-card Wednesday

    Fantasy football: Wild-card Wednesday
    Since companies are losing $13 billion a year in productivity to fantasy football, you probably are reading this while you're supposed to be on the phone with a customer, filing a flight plan or sewing up a patient on the operating table. Fantasy has...
  • Fantasy waivers: Don't force it with Forsett

    I have a wife who plays fantasy football. Let me tell you, a spouse who's really into fantasy can be a blessing and a curse. About that curse part ... Once, not too long ago, I inadvertently advised my wife to commit the cardinal sin of fantasy:...
  • Seth Meyers explains how he broke his 'million-dollar nose'

    Seth Meyers explains how he broke his 'million-dollar nose'
    Seth Meyers broke his "million-dollar nose" over the weekend and lived to tell the illustrated tale. The large-beaked "Late Night" host shared the gruesome details Monday night with the help of visual aids after revealing what he looked like before...
  • Because football before everything

    Because football before everything
    Football culture has always perplexed me. The level of obsessive fandom and ownership exhibited by followers of the teams seems to come before everything else in life, arguably more so than it does for fans of baseball, hockey or basketball. Perhaps my...