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Fantasy Sports

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  • Tim Tebow on more ESPN fantasy teams than one actual starting NFL QB

    Tim Tebow on more ESPN fantasy teams than one actual starting NFL QB
    Tim Tebow is really kicking butt in fantasy football this year -- and, no, I'm not talking about as an owner in some fantasy league out there. I mean as an actual football player drafted by franchise owners on their fantasy teams. Of course, Tebow...
  • Let's trade President Obama for the UK's David Cameron in the World Leader Fantasy League [Letter]

    Let's trade President Obama for the UK's David Cameron in the World Leader Fantasy League [Letter]
    World events over the last month or so have proven that we do have a very creditable terrorist threat, not only to the Middle East, but to Europe and the U.S. As this is the start of the NFL season and all the fantasy leagues are in full force, I...
  • Ex-NFL star Warren Sapp joins fantasy sports start-up Rivalry Games

    Ex-NFL star Warren Sapp joins fantasy sports start-up Rivalry Games
    Football Hall of Famer and NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp has invested in and accepted a position at a fantasy sports start-up located in Santa Monica. A friend of a friend introduced the former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Oakland Raiders defensive tackle...
  • Separate fantasy football finds from fool's gold

    Here's a common mistake when making fantasy football decisions: Opportunity does not equal production. You see it all the time. A player has the pedigree -- whatever that means, really -- and virtually no competition at the position. His team...
  • NFL wants fantasy football-based curriculum in elementary schools

    Back when I was in elementary school, we used to play paper football. It didn't resemble actual football whatsoever, but we didn't care because it was called football and we loved football. Too bad we didn't have fantasy football -- and a guy like NFL...
  • Deconstructing a fantasy football draft

    Deconstructing a fantasy football draft
    Well, this is awkward. Two weeks ago, I pounded my virtual fist on the table as I complained about fantasy experts who devalue the quarterback when dishing out advice. I proffered my philosophy in no uncertain terms: Draft one of the three elite signal-...
  • ‘Book of Life’ spins colorful folk-art fantasy tale

     
    Animated characters are often inspired by animals, toys or fairy-tale princesses. But in “The Book of Life,” an animated fantasy […]...
  • 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...
  • Top 3 books from Moravian Bookshop: Paperback nonfiction

    TREES UP CLOSE: THE BEAUTY OF BARK, LEAVES, FLOWERS, AND SEEDS By Nancy Ross Hugo (Timber Press, $15) This book offers an intimate, revealing look at the beauty of leaves, flowers, cones, fruits, seeds, buds, bark and twigs of most common trees....
  • Fantasy football may cost $13 billion in lost productivity, firm estimates

    Fantasy football may cost $13 billion in lost productivity, firm estimates
    Fantasy football may cost employers more than $13 billion in lost productivity as millions of Americans who spend the season helming imaginary football teams spend work hours reviewing player statistics and managing their pretend rosters. Chicago-based...
  • 10 fantasy football questions I think I can answer

    10 fantasy football questions I think I can answer
    There is no secret trick to fantasy football, not that I’ve discovered — yet. You can build what the experts say is a good team, what the math says is a winner, what your gut tells you is can’t-miss, and then it all comes crashing down...