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Rants by @DanClasgens
The Cincinnati Bengals currently have the No. 11 in this week’s NFL Draft. With a new head coach in Zac Taylor and so many holes to fill it remains to be seen what direction the franchise will go.
There have been some monumental disappointments to come out of the first round of the NFL Draft in recent years. We take a look at our list at some of the biggest draft busts of all-time. Continue reading
The NFL Draft is rapidly approaching and in Episode 91 of The GetSportsInfo Podcast we dive deep into things with NFL Draft Bible Scouting Director Joe Everett and layout everything fantasy owners need to know.
The NFL Draft is rapidly approaching and players at all positions are under on the microscope. Leading up to the NFL Draft I will examine some prospects that could make a fantasy splash in the near future.
The NFL Draft is just a couple week away and with that I have an April update of my 2019 fantasy football rankings. We’ll add in the rookies after they have landing spots, but the dust is starting to settle a bit following all the free agent signings.
It’s officially the fantasy football offseason, if there is such a thing. This time of the year mostly only the diehards are thinking about fantasy football. But it is the perfect time of the year to be thinking about starting a new league. Here are some tips to consider.
This month marks the 2019 Keeneland Spring Meet in Lexington, KY and with that a chance for me to visit one of my favorite places on earth. It easily tops the list of one of my favorite sports places.
With the NFL Draft looming and free agency in the rear view mirror it is time to talk some dynasty fantasy football. I welcome in Cory Evans host of the Dynasty Dude Pod to look some intriguing story lines so far this offseason.
Growing up in Cincinnati, there’s nothing better than Opening Day. Baseball’s oldest franchise has celebrated it like nobody else from over a decade. From the Findlay Market parade, to the smell and sounds of the ballpark returning to the banks of Ohio, it is a one-of-a-kind experience.