Big Birds Don’t Cry: A Retro Diary of The Seahawks/Falcons Game

9:00 AM - Game day. Easily the most nervous I’ve been about a Seahawks game since Super Bowl XL. Speaking of which, can someone confirm that Bill Leavy is no where near Atlanta? In fact, can we confirm that he is out of the country altogether? You’re probably wondering how a Boston kid like myself became a [...]

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Episode 46: “Tequila and Coors Light Fueled Roller Coaster Ride.” Featuring Matt L’Heureux

This week, Moe Koltun hosts Matt Schwimmer and Matt Cott to talk about the fantasy spin on some Major League Baseball offseason transactions, Moe rants about the Hall of Fame and afterward the gang discusses its flaws and possible ways to fix it, we answer your Twitter questions, do the usual, fun 21 questions, and [...]

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Free Agent Focus: Bourn & Lohse

With Adam LaRoache resigning with the Nationals, three big-name free agents remain. For the sake of this article, I won’t discuss Rafael Soriano because his value is very clearly tied to where he signs, as it will determine his role. Although I think a team like the Tigers will take a shot on him as [...]

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Fantasy Baseball Catcher Preview

By Greg Jewett (@gjewett9) “Price is what you pay, value is what you get.” Warren Buffet Catcher is not only a difficult position to play and produce in, but it is also extremely tough to predict. It almost reminds me of tight end in football– if you reach early for the top player(s) at the [...]

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NBA Status Report & Fantasy Outlook: The Pacific Division

By Jim Ehmann (@xlr82pdx) Jim is breaking down every NBA division for fantasy. Click Here for Jim’s thoughts on the Northwest Division, and Here for his thoughts on the Southwest Division. Los Angeles Clippers (27-8) The Clippers are hammering teams on a regular basis, despite having two of their top bench players (Chauncey Billups and Grant Hill) [...]

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Sports Gambling for the Weekend Ahead

By Matt L’Heureux After a strong Wild Card Weekend showing, where three of my four Twitter plays delivered – the lone detractor the result of some misplaced trust in Joe Webb – I’m feeling confident heading in to the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs. But before we get to the American version of football, [...]

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Betting Futures in the NFL Playoffs

Truth #1: Sportsbooks will take more bets on Super Bowl futures in the week leading up to the Wild Card round than any other week of the year. Truth #2: This is one of the WORST weeks to bet Super Bowl futures. (Says the guy holding a +4000 Seahawks Super Bowl future from Week 3) [...]

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Rookie Running Backs: Sophomore Slump or Breakout?

The fantasy football season has come to an end for most and, especially for those who don’t play fantasy baseball, the focus shifts to next August’s fantasy football draft. With that being said, a good first place to look is towards rookie running backs to see if the sophomore “slump” or a breakout season is [...]

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