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Margins of victory in season long fantasy football leagues are slim and typically losing comes down to those 1 or 2 moves you didn’t make to secure victory. Here at First and Ten Sports, we celebrate those moves, especially when yours truly killed the week with 155 points. The league’s

Victory or defeat, covering the number or protests of the national anthem…the biggest story of each week in the NFL continues to be injuries to key players. Let’s face it, football is a combat sport and players get jacked up quicker than a degenerate gambler who owes his bookie. We

The final cut day before Week 1 of the NFL regular season usually results in some shocking moves. Given the current size of team rosters, the pressure on teams to win now and the huge salaries dedicated to top draft picks and free agents, cut day is down right cold

The Minnesota Vikings must be cursed. I blame Adrian Peterson and someone should go out and get a switch and beat him with it. Oh wait, he did that already. As the Vikings were getting ready to christen their new outdoor football stadium and with the season’s prospects on the

Tell me if you heard this story before. The Cowboys have the best offensive line in the league and a runner in the backfield who could be a game changer. If they can keep their starting QB healthy, they are poised to be title contenders. Well, it just happened again,

Before I get accused of making a bad joke about African-American’s supposed love of chicken, my headline refers to free agent QB Robert Griffin III’s visit to the New York Jets on Friday night. As reported by First and Ten Sports own East Coast correspondent Dick Burns, RGIII went out to

You may be asking yourself, what does $60 million (estimated $58.7 million) get you in 2016. If you are that guy they interviewed prior to the January 2016 Powerball, a bunch of hookers and cocaine. If you are the New York Football Giants, it gets you a flashy new defense.

The NFL is extremely shrewd and cutthroat. As the rookie combine starts and ends in Indianapolis, teams began the process of cutting their high paid, underperforming veterans. Some of the higher profile names to get the axe last week were from the St. Louis (soon to be the LA) Rams, namely

Take from someone who has had his fair share of bad haircuts, it sucks getting cracked on for a bad look. But I have to say, the ribbing Dallas Maverick future Hall of Fame forward Dirk Nowitzki is getting from his teammates on social media is just wrong. He don’t

Can I say I was surprised by Eagles’ owner Jeffrey Lurie firing Chip Kelly with one week remaining in the regular season. Not really. Let me know if you’ve heard this one before. College coach with a lot of hype comes into the NFL with some kind of gimmick system, makes