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TNF Fantasy Preview: Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Carolina Panthers

Mike Fanelli | September 12th, 2019

Last week’s Thursday Night Game was a boring game, in large part due to two impressive defenses and two underwhelming offenses. The matchup this week should be more entertaining between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Carolina Panthers. Entering week two, several fantasy storylines have changed due to injuries and underwhelming opening week performances. One of those players was Jameis Winston, who had a horrible game against the San Francisco 49ers, throwing three interceptions and losing a fumble. Will he bounce back in week two? Continue reading

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Players to Avoid: Christian McCaffrey

Frank Ammirante | July 30th, 2019

Dominance in 2018 High Expectations for 2019

Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey is a terrific all-purpose threat who can run between the tackles and take a screen pass to the end zone. He’s one of the best pass-catching backs in the NFL. McCaffrey broke out in a big way in 2018:

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Start Em’ Sit Em’ Week 9

Frank Dyevoich | November 3rd, 2018

With six teams on bye this week, our start/sit decisions become more crucial than ever. While it is tough to sit players who have a decent role on their team, it is the tough decisions that separate the champions from everyone else. Based on this week’s matchups, I recommend starting and sitting the following players.

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2018 Fantasy Football: Six Replacement Tight Ends

Mike Fanelli | September 10th, 2018

Football is BACK! The first football Sunday of the season has come and gone, while fantasy owners are happy to have football back, it comes at a cost. The most unfortunate part of fantasy football is dealing with injuries.

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Carolina Panthers: 2018 Season Preview

Hunter Neel | August 28th, 2018

Last year the NFC South was easily the toughest division in football. Will that trend continue into this year? Will the Panthers be able to continue their dominance and make another playoff run? Can Cam Newton get back to MVP Form? Find out my thoughts below.

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