Author: @BostonBongo

Fantasy Advice: WR2/Flex, TEs and Defenses

Week four —  back again to give you a little more fantasy support, if you need it 🙂 Iim going to focus on WR2/Flex 1st then TEs and Defenses. PPR leagues apply and I am not advising you to play obvious fantasy studs like Julio, Antonio, Kelce or Gronk. WR2/Flex : Danny Amendola- Amendola is Brady’s slot guy, back from a concussion in week one that kept him out week two and limited him in week three as a precaution. With Cooks and Gronk tearing it up, look for Amendola as Brady’s go-to guy. Need I mention he is...

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CTE: Where to Place the “Blame”

THE ISSUE Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy – CTE – has become the biggest issue facing the NFL. After doctors examined the brain of ex-Patriot and NFL star Aaron Hernandez, they discovered he suffered from CTE. Hernandez hung himself in his prison cell while awaiting an appeal of his murder conviction. CTE has affected many other former players as well. Who is to blame for concussions? Where do they begin? The NFL faces an issue that they never created. The NFL has adopted protocols to prevent reoccurring concussions to current players. They have a physician with no team affiliation who puts...

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Fantasy Breakout Starts Week 3

Week 2 in the NFL had many fantasy surprises and disappointments. I am here to try and help you set your QB and RB2/Flex positions. Now, the proceedings use a PPR scale. Obviously, if you have studs like Rodgers, Brady, Brees, Bell or Freeman, you will start them regardless of their match ups. I don’t do obvious, so here we go. Quarterback outlook QBs: Cam Newton- Owners have been down on him with good reason.  He has taken a beating over the first two weeks. Have no fear, as New Orleans rolls into Charlotte just in time to remedy...

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