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Fantasy Rookie Draft: Running Backs – Part 1

This may be the year of the wide receiver, the NFL is certainly devaluing the running back, and the quality of prospects at the position is lacking this year. However, this is fantasy football, and the running back position is still a very important position in your quest for a title. Scott Martin and I featured Tre Mason earlier in the offseason; today I will focus on three others.

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Draft Plan 2014: Free Agency 3.0

With the first round of free agency nearing a close, there are still multiple transactions yet to impact our 2014 draft plan. This article takes a whip around the league to examine some of the recent player developments, along with an early interpretation before we turn our sights towards the NFL Draft.

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NFL Draft – Wide Receivers (Part 1)

This year is looking more and more like the year of the wide receiver, it seems fitting to devote an entire article to the position. I’m going to dig more into these Day 2, potential Day 1 types of prospects over the next couple of weeks and help you filter out the starters, role players and the overrated.

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Fantasy Baseball 2014 – Stats You Need to Know

With opening day around the corner, fantasy baseball managers are either prepping for their draft or evaluating their teams. I have provided a "spattering" of facts collected from 2013. You may view some of these statistics as valuable, while others...not so valuable.  You are the judge.

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Draft Plan 2014 – Free Agency 2.0

With the second week of free agency now in the books, a number of key free agent moves have adjusted our pre-draft player assessment. This article takes a look back at the tier two roster changes that will affect our 2014 dDraft Plan.

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Draft Plan 2014 – Free Agency’s Effect

Last week the fantasy world was set ablaze by free agency. NFL teams were trying to improve their roster in accordance with the new $133 million salary cap (what in the heck is the Dallas Cowboys’ plan?). As the week moved on players around the league were being dropped, added, restructured or given a raise. This article covers some of the fallout affecting our 2014 draft plans.

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NFL Draft – “Chambo” Evaluates the QBs

I’m flying solo on this mission. Scott Martin is too busy with other skill position players (and kicking my butt in baseball) to contribute to this article. We seem to be eye-to-eye on the top-3 anyway, and the general feel on the rest of the class, so I’m going to do my best to take control from here.

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2014 IDP Free Agency Reaction

While the offensive side of the ball has been grabbing all the headlines so far in free agency, Mike Woellert offers his thoughts on the impact free agency has had on the defensive side and its IDP ramifications.

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Fantasy Baseball: New Digs for 2014

No one likes moving! Moving trucks, boxes and unpacking can be a major bummer! Several fantasy baseball sluggers have moved to new teams for 2014. Take a dive with me as we review each of these players’ situations to see if you should target them in your fantasy baseball draft or let the next guy (or girl) take them.

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2014 IDP Free Agent Preview: Defensive Backs

Fantasy Sharks Individual Defensive Player (IDP) Senior Staff Writer Gary Davenport wraps up his preview of the prominent IDP free agents in 2014. This time, it’s the defensive backs, a group headlined by Cleveland safety T.J. Ward and Indianapolis safety Antoine Bethea.

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NFL Prospect Analysis – Part 1

Join Marty and Chambo as they dig in to the NFL draft to discuss a projected early round wide receiver which they can't seem to agree on, another wide receiver which is overrated, and a running back they can agree on. Let’s get started!

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Rebound or Repeat: 2014 Pitchers’ Edition

Fantasy Baseball leagues are won by occasionally taking risks. Whether you grab a potential rebound candidate or take a shot on a sleeper who will be inheriting a starting job, one or two players can make the difference. Take a dive with me as I discuss several former top aces that may be headed for a "lights out" 2014 season or may be "done."  Choose wisely!

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