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Fantasy Sports

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  • Confessions of a fantasy football addict

    Confessions of a fantasy football addict
    My name is Soxman and I've been a Fantasy Footballaholic for seven years. I was given my first taste of this highly addictive nectar thanks to RedEye's first (and only) celebrity fantasy football contest. The addiction quickly spread, where I tried...
  • Fantasy football vs. relationships

    Fantasy football vs. relationships
    Ah, fantasy football. First, you pick your team name, like an "ingenious" twist on a disgraced athlete. Like A Rod 4 President. Then you pick the players. You talk about who's hot and who's not preceding the draft as if you have unparalleled intuition,...
  • How to score the perfect fantasy draft

    How to score the perfect fantasy draft
    If you play fantasy football, you're probably tearing your hair out trying to decide whom to draft. That's where we come in. We asked Dan Richman and Jay St. Pierre, two of RedEye's most formidable fantasy minds, to give us their perfect drafts. And at...
  • Stop the 'Football For Girls' crap

    Stop the 'Football For Girls' crap
    Every fall, I brace myself for 1) the pumpkinization of everything remotely edible and 2) the onslaught of bro articles that "explain" football to me. Being a girl, I'm apparently not able to survive Sundays without a cornucopia of dip recipes or 500...
  • The other fantasy football

    The other fantasy football
    Trash talking has begun and every girlfriend is preparing her "why don't you love me as much as you love Matthew Berry?" speech. God bless fantasy football season. I applaud all the ladies who play! But unfortunately, women account for only about 20...
  • 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,"...
  • Could a player draft spice up the NFL's Pro Bowl?

    Could a player draft spice up the NFL's Pro Bowl?
    The Pro Bowl, especially in recent years, has produced as much excitement and intrigue as watching somebody spackle your bathroom. But the NFL is reportedly considering shaking up the format to try to save the game. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL...
  • Five things Matt Vensel got right and wrong this season

    Five things Matt Vensel got right and wrong this season
    Over the past five months, I have rambled and ranted about the Ravens after each of their games in our weekly online column, Five Things We Learned About The Ravens. It has been an honor to take over for the great Kevin Van Valkenburg, who is now at ESPN....
  • Keep your eye on the fantasy football with 'Fantasy Life'

    Matthew Berry's book sure makes a lousy first impression. The ESPN fantasy guru introduces us to a league where, each year, the last-place finisher is forced to get a humiliating tattoo. Look, I'm all for tribal hazing; I went to seventh grade too. I stop...
  • Fantasy baseball: Help is out there if you know where to look

    Whether by injury or ineffectiveness, nearly all fantasy owners have gaps in their lineups that need to be plugged. Staff writer Tim Hubbard looks at a few players who can be cheap solutions. Jenrry Mejia New York Mets | SP Talk about taking a...
  • Some All-Star observations (Orioles, Markakis, Cecil, Uehara)

    Some All-Star observations (Orioles, Markakis, Cecil, Uehara)
    The Orioles have four players in July 16th’s All-Star Game for the first time since 2005 and three starters for the first time since 1997. That’s pretty hard to fathom for me, a guy who has covered the event a bunch of times and only once...