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  • Fantasy Fix: Build on these receivers

    Fantasy Fix: Build on these receivers
    I've been playing fantasy football for longer than many RedEye readers have been alive, and there's been one constant in all that time: You build a great fantasy team with running backs. Not anymore. If you want to have a great fantasy team these days,...
  • Cam Newton has Panthers in unfamiliar territory -- above .500

    Cam Newton has Panthers in unfamiliar territory -- above .500
    Cam Newton had you worried there for a while, didn't he? Go ahead and admit it. If you're a Carolina Panthers fan, you were ready to press the panic button after the first month of the season. If you have Newton on your fantasy roster, you were ready to...
  • Fantasy Football Rivals: SoxMan versus The King of Geeks (Week Three)

    Fantasy Football Rivals: SoxMan versus The King of Geeks (Week Three)
    It’s Week Three of the Survivor League where my arch rival – and Chicago’s #1 White Sox Fan – Soxman and I go up against each other in fantasy football. Last week saw Soxman boasting as he had a great week while I only managed a...
  • Fantasy Fix: Don't overlook these tight ends

    Fantasy Fix: Don't overlook these tight ends
    Having a marquee tight end in fantasy football is important to win your league. One would think you need one of the big names—Jimmy Graham, Rob Gronkowski (when healthy), Jason Witten or Tony Gonzalez. But this year it's a different story. Most of...
  • Fantasy Fix: Not too late to get a QB

    Fantasy Fix: Not too late to get a QB
    As Lovie Smith used to say, fantasy football players look at the season in quarters. Well, if after the first four games you still need a quarterback, I have the answer. Alex Smith, E.J. Manuel or Brian Hoyer will help your team; they have been solid...
  • Fantasy Football Rivals: SoxMan versus The King of Geeks (Week Four)

    Fantasy Football Rivals: SoxMan versus The King of Geeks (Week Four)
    The hottest rivalry since "Rowdy" Roddy Piper versus "Superfly" Jimmy Snuka is heating up! The Comix Warriors, fantasy football team of Chicago's King of Geeks (as christened by Laurence Holmes of NBC5 and 670 The Score) was more devastating than the...
  • Screenwriter struggled to transform 'Big Fish' into Broadway musical

     Screenwriter struggled to transform 'Big Fish' into Broadway musical
    NEW YORK — Recently, writer John August watched a DVD of "Big Fish," the 2003 film directed by Tim Burton for which he wrote the screenplay. He says it was an enjoyable but odd experience. "I kept wondering, 'Why aren't they singing?'" recalls...
  • Fantasy Fix: Bears-Giants gold mine

    Fantasy Fix: Bears-Giants gold mine
    The Bears host the Giants on Thursday in what should be a great game. And it should be a track meet, as the Bears are beaten up on defense and the Giants defense has been nonexistent. Which means both teams could have fantasy game changers. Jay Cutler,...
  • Totally ’80s The Goldbergs recap: Why’re You Hitting Yourself?

     
    Totally '80s The Goldbergs recap: Why're You Hitting Yourself? (Original airdate on ABC Oct. 15) Beverly tries to play matchmaker for her father, while Adam and Barry bond after they discover a scrambled adult TV channel. Totally Well Done: “I...
  • Panel explores living with autism

    Panel explores living with autism
    What is it like to live with an autism spectrum disorder? What do those diagnosed with autism feel are the positives about their disorder? What are their challenges?          On Saturday, Nov. 10, a panel of students, alumni and staff from the FOCUS...
  • Interview: Nick Kroll working his way to the big leagues

    Interview: Nick Kroll working his way to the big leagues
    Nick Kroll always wanted his own TV show, but that doesn't mean the comedian best known for his role as Rodney Ruxin on FX's "The League" thought it would actually happen one day. "When you get started, you're just trying to get booked at an open mic,"...