Tich’s Take

Everybody daydreams. It takes us away from our normal lives into a pseudo-reality where we make up the rules. This comes from the human condition of loving to have power, even if it is inside our own heads. So, it is only natural that fantasy football has taken over America. …

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Fantasy Football – Part two

Hot: QB – Michael Vick – While the Eagles may not be the strongest team as a whole, Vick currently leads all QBs in standard scoring fantasy points. Considering this week’s game versus the Broncos will likely be a high scoring shootout, Vick would be a smart play. RB – …

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I think…

I think Matt Forte is the most underrated player in the NFL. His 805 rushing yards is second in the league, and his league leading 1,241 yards from scrimmage is on pace to threaten Chris Johnson’s record of 2,509 back in 2009. The reason I think Forte is underrated? He …

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Fantasy 4-1-1 advice for mid-season

Entering week seven of the season, fantasy owners are beginning to deal with a new obstacle — player bye weeks. One minute you feel like your team is great, and the next minute you realize two of your star players have the upcoming week off and you panic. That’s one …

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Fantasy 4-1-1, Here are tips for week six

As mid-season approaches, young talents becoming potential threats for teams What a year it has been so far. What’s this? The Lions look unstoppable? What’s that? The Colts are out of playoff contention already? James Harrison hasn’t been fined yet? For fantasy owners, it’s been the equivalent of a scramble …

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Fantasy 4-1-1: NFL week 4

Four weeks into the NFL season, and the injury bug is in full affect. But just as head coaches have to adjust their depth chart, so do you. Now is the time to search the waivers for steals. Plenty of quality players, such as Jason Campbell, Fred Davis and Deion …

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Fantasy 4-1-1: NFL week three key starts and sits

Week two of the NFL season is all about one word — adjustment. Now, you’ve seen what your team’s productivity looks like, so adjust accordingly. If your starting players had solid opening day performances, run with them again but make sure to not write off any of your players under-performed …

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Need help with your team?

As week one of the NFL season approaches, fantasy owners everywhere are undoubtedly slaving over what players to start, fretting over the most insignificant reports of injuries to players on their team and analyzing every game log of every player in the league. But, as we enter the threshold […]

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