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The Absolute WORST Fantasy Offenses of 2019

Alex Kurpeski  Every season there are a few offenses that are just a death knell for skill players in fantasy football. Whether it’s due to a subpar quarterback, a bad offensive line, or simply bad play calling, there are always a few teams that fall into this category. This article should help you avoid drafting

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LA Chargers Fantasy Preview

Our breakdown of the AFC West continues with one of the more interesting offenses in the AFC: The Los Angeles Chargers. Is there fantasy value to be had here? Let’s take a look and find out. Quarterback At this point, you know what you’re getting with Rivers. He’s a reliable low end QB1 that will

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2019 Kansas City Chiefs Fantasy Preview

Welcome to the first of our Fantasy Football Season Previews. We start off with a team everyone should invest in: The Kansas City Chiefs. But where does the value lie on a team with so many stars? Let’s take a look. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes is an absolute stud and will be for many years. Currently,

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15 Players primed to regress during the 2019-20 season

Alex Kurpeski The NBA is a league made up of players constantly rising and falling in terms of talent and value. As the game evolves, once valued skill sets become more archaic and formerly dominant players become afterthoughts. Last week we talked about some potential breakout candidates for the upcoming season, including newcomers to the

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15 Players that will Breakout during the 2019-20 Season

Alex Kurpeski The term “breakout” gets thrown around a lot in the world of sports media. Every off-season we hear speculation from each of the major sports leagues regarding players on the verge of a “breakout”. For me, this term holds a different meaning that is dependent upon the context of the player in question.

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The Mysterious Millennial Pastor responsible for New York’s latest Super Team

Alex Kurpeski For the longest time, it seemed as if you could bet your house on the fact that Kevin Durant would be leaving the dynastic Golden State Warriors for the lowly New York Knicks. Initially, many questioned Durant’s motivations, as the idea of leaving the Bay Area for New York seemed foolish on paper. 

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