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Author: Mike Quilty

What’s the Deal with Fantasy Sports?

The concept of fantasy sports appeared back in the 1950s (when a fantasy golf league was created) but gained worldwide acceptance in the 1990s (when introduced online). During the last decade, this industry has grown enormously. Compare the numbers from 2012 ($2.9 billion) and 2015 ($26.4 billion) to see how in a period as small as three years online fantasy sports has increased the revenue. Already in 2015, this industry was larger than event promotions in the US! Fantasy sports require building a virtual team of known professionals. Participants earn points for successful performance of a team they’ve built....

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Protein-rich foods: meet 10 of them and learn how to use them in your diet

It is okay that protein is the main item of diets that promise great weight loss in a short time, but do not forget that it is much more than a means to get to weight loss. Composed of amino acid chains, protein is very important for a healthy life, being able, among other things, to influence the capacity of muscle contraction, production of antibodies and construction of new tissues.The ideal amount of protein to consume per day varies according to the characteristics and the organism of each one; but in theory ranges from 0.8 to 1.2 grams per pound that the person weighs. That is, someone of 60 kg should consume between 48 and 72 grams of protein per day. In addition, because they are amino acid combinations, in order for the fraction to take place properly and the nutrients to be absorbed, we should avoid the intake of liquids during the meals – which dilutes the gastric juice – and to chew the foods well.If you are interested in including the protein in a healthy way in your routine, see the following list. However there are always more practical ways, one of which is by consuming protein bars. To find out more, just click on https://www.bestadvisers.co.uk/protein-bar. Here are 10 protein-rich foods that you can add to your daily menu. Soy (34g protein per 100g)Soy is an important...

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Tom Brady- The Greatest Leader in Sports History

The Greatest Leader in sports-Tom Brady is going back to his 9th Super Bowl. Brady’s gone from the 199th pick in the draft, to arguably the greatest Athlete of all time. Brady’s play on the field is well documented, and his numbers are historic. The country has watched him grow as a player since 2001 and he’s gotten even better with age. Tom Brady could have 2 HOF careers, 2001-2007 and 2007-2018. It’s incredible what he has accomplished, and he has this team hungry to atone for last years’ Super Bowl loss. Mandatory Credit: David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports...

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Stephon Gilmore named First Team All Pro

The Patriots cornerback Stephon Gilmore was named First Team All Pro by the AP today. The shutdown corner has been worth every penny since arriving in New England last year. Gilmore has proven to be one of the elite cornerbacks in the NFL, and is arguably the Patriots MVP this season.

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Running Backs Will Be a Major Factor For This Offense

The air attack for the Patriots has looked more and more like last year each week. When Brady was MVP, I have the numbers to back it up. But the running game needs to be more consistent for this team to succeed. Health has taken a few guys out of the plan. Now it’s time for the remaining 3 to really be at their best.

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Sony Michel is a Vital Piece to Patriots Offense

Sony Michel has been a key contributor to this Patriots Offense. Without the rookie RB the offense looked unbalanced and predictable against Buffalo. Sony is on his way back, weather it’s Sunday Night or not is up to the medical staff and coaches. You know Sony wants in, he’s just waiting for the word.

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