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Fantasy Football Countdown: The playoffs approach

By Kelvin Butler, reporter.   With the playoffs approaching, and while most of the top teams don’t care, there is still hope for a low seed to come up and win the whole league. With most of the undefeated teams, or one or two lost players being on good teams, you would assume the last few NFL weeks are ideal […]

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Colin Kaepernick has an NFL problem

Colin Kaepernick has an NFL problem

By Kelvin Butler, reporter Colin Kaepernick is a very polarizing figure in sports who sacrificed his future in the NFL by kneeling during the national anthem, in protest over the police brutality among the African-American community. This leads to what some people would refer to as being black balled by the NFL. Right now, Kaepernick is in a lose-lose situation […]

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Vikings at Redskins 11/12/17

Savage Vikings prepare to skin the Lions

By Kelvin Butler, reporter. The Minnesota Vikings are heading to Ford Field on Sunday, Oct. 20 to face off against the very bad luck Detroit Lions (y’all know why) on the seventh week of the glorious 100th NFL season. The disgruntled Lions got cheated out of an opportunity to win when they faced the Green Bay Packers, but that’s life. […]

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Top 5 boom or bust fantasy football players

Top 5 boom or bust fantasy football players

By Kelvin Butler, sports reporter. Here’s the top 5 fantasy football players that win or lose you games, after the first quarter of the young and hopeful NFL season. Tyler Boyd (wide receiver, Cincinnati Bengals) – After having two huge games with 10+ targets, he finally had a bad game in his third week, so he’s a good flex option […]

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Frustrated Fan: See no evil, call no evil

Frustrated Fan: See no evil, call no evil

By Joe Thornton, editor-in-chief. Dear Roger Goodell, Hey buddy! Long time no see! Maybe that’s the same thing I should say to the refs that are being paid thousands of dollars on Sundays. You know, the ones who really only work one day of the week, and have one task, but still can’t seem to get it right? And your […]

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NFL’s week 14 brings stress to fantasy owners

NFL’s week 14 brings stress to fantasy owners

By Joe Thornton As if finals season wasn’t stressful enough, many college students have another source of stress in these turbulent times — fantasy football playoffs. Hopefully, you’re in a better spot than I am going into week 14. As you can see, the standings are especially tight in this league. With week 13 finishing up soon, I am roughly […]

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The NFL continues to produce domestic abusers

The NFL continues to produce domestic abusers

By Joe Thornton, editor-in-chief Over the weekend, a video surfaced of Chiefs’ running back Kareem Hunt pushing over a woman and then kicking her in a hotel. This video was from an altercation that occurred back in February with the video being part of a police report. Both the Chiefs’ organization and the NFL stated this is the first time […]

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Frustrated Fan: Le’Veon Bell continues to prove me wrong

Frustrated Fan: Le’Veon Bell continues to prove me wrong

By Joe Thornton, editor-in-chief. Dear Le’Veon Bell, Wow. It is week 10 in the NFL, which means the Steelers just finished playing their ninth game in a row without you, their “star” running back. I made a mistake, saying in a previous article that it was “mandatory” that you return to the Steelers by week 11, but you knew that […]

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For whom the Bell tolls

For whom the Bell tolls

By Joe Thornton, editor-in-chief. For those who follow the NFL, you know all about Le’Veon Bell and the drama he’s left in his wake. If you drafted him in fantasy, I send condolences your way for the wasted pick. For those who know nothing about him, Bell is one of the elite running backs of the NFL. If you were […]

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Not-so-Frustrated Fan: an electric week of NFL football!

Not-so-Frustrated Fan: an electric week of NFL football!

By Joe Thornton, editor-in-chief. Dear NFL, My God. What an exciting week of football. So many young quarterbacks making their mark on the the league already. We’re in the midst of a transition period in the NFL with these multiple new stars taking the league by storm. The teams I decided to bandwagon onto last week (Rams and Browns) were […]

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