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Rams Addiction Podcast, Episode 90: Season Two Finale

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Rams Addiction Podcast, Episode 89: Joe Barksdale

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Rams Addiction Podcast, Episode 88: Microcosm

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The Fantasy Files: 10 Things I Know, I Think, I Doubt: Week 16

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The Fantasy Files: 10 Things I Know, I Think, I Doubt
Week 16

You’re in one of four places this week. Either you’re (1) playing in your league championship; (2) playing in a consolation game; (3) not playing at all; or (4) in a poorly run league that goes through Week 17. Since it’s championship week for most of us, let’s get right to the important stuff.

I Know…

1. Odell Beckham Jr. will have a huge game against the Rams. The rookie WR hasn’t dipped below 9 points since October 12. Just to give you some perspective, the St. Louis Cardinals were still playing the San Francisco Giants on that date.

2. Eli Manning is a tossup this week. He’ll either get you at least 22 points or go below 12. There will be no in-between with Eli.

3. Russell Wilson is a much better play this week than some are giving him credit for. Arizona does a good job shutting down RBs, so expect Wilson to throw it a lot and scramble. Also, with Arizona starting Ryan Lindley at QB, look for Seattle to dominate time of possession, which means the ball will be in Wilson’s hands. Continue reading

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Rams Addiction Podcast, Episode 87: 3rd & Inches

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The Fantasy Files: 10 Things I Know, I Think, I Doubt: Week 15

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The Fantasy Files: 10 Things I Know, I Think, I Doubt
Week 15

When it comes to Fantasy Football, perception is reality, right? If you’re a fantasy football guru, then the answer is usually yes. By monitoring your team every week, you know who’s hot and who’s cold, who’s injured and who’s lighting up the scoreboard. We tend to know which guys can be counted on and which guys are leaving us hoping for more. For the most part, perception is reality when it comes to fantasy sports.

Enter Colin Kaepernick.

No other quarterback in the NFL has been getting slammed like Kaepernick over the past few weeks. Even Jay Cutler probably thinks the media is being quite harsh. As I listened to Kaepernick’s melancholy press conference, I wondered if his fantasy numbers were matching the outrage, or if everyone was just dogpiling on the man whose team lost to the Raiders.

What I found out shocked me. Continue reading