Posts tagged NFL
2019 Fantasy Football Draft Prep: Everything You Need to Know to Win the Game

For a long time, fantasy drafters found themselves prioritizing running backs in draft for the first two picks. There was this persistent belief that RBs were always the strongest option for succeeding in their league. Even so, there’s been a new trend for wide receivers to go early in picks, and there are many reasons you may want to prioritize wide receivers in your next fantasy draft. Here are four reasons to consider picking wide receivers over running backs this upcoming season.

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4 Things To Know About Buying NFL Salute To Service Gear

The National Football League (NFL) Salute to Service initiative is a program that seeks to Empower, Connect, and Honor military veterans for their great service, sacrifice, and heroism. This program has been able to raise over $26 million since 2011 for military and veteran non-profit organizations. To guide you further, here are 4 things to know about buying NFL Salute to Service gear:

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Pantene’s New Super Bowl Ads Remind Us That Dads Play A Key Role In Their Daughters’ Development

The first of 2016’s Super Bowl ads have begun to roll out a few days ahead of the big game on Sunday – including a set of Pantene ads featuring NFL stars DeAngelo Williams, Benjamin Watson and...

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NFL Tough Guys Need Dads, Too

"What do you think you missed not having a dad around?" Marshawn Lynch, the grumpy, often-fined National Football League star for the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks, was asked that question. Lynch, raised on the mean streets of Oakland, California, by a single mother, said: "Nothing. My mama played both parts." When asked, however, why he finds it difficult to "trust" people, Lynch tells a story about his father: "I think it started earlier, when Mom would (take me over to my dad's) house. 

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Hope Solo: US Soccer Doubling Down on Domestic Violence Double Standard?

It takes a lot to match the N.F.L these days when it comes to missteps in the handling of players charged with assaulting family members and loved ones. But Thursday, at a time when domestic violence in sports is dominating the national conversation, U.S. Soccer did just that — again — by keeping Solo in goal when she shouldn’t have been anywhere near it.

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