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Ranking Top 10 Young Receivers in the League

by Debbie Baratz • October 23, 2015

The 2011 NFL draft class had a nice-sized group of wide receivers with a few standouts including Randall Cobb, A.J. Green and Julio Jones. These players have improved over their three seasons, avoiding sophomore slumps and now they sit among the top 10 young receivers in the league. Take a look. A.J. Green (Cincinnati Bengals) […]


NFL Players Most Likely to be Traded at the Deadline

by Debbie Baratz • October 27, 2013

For the NFL, the clock is ticking for its annual trade deadline as its set to end at 4:00 p.m. ET on Tuesday after being open since March. From Sunday’s slew of games giving a final look at some players, look for the next 48 hours to have some movement. There will be some surprises […]


Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Week 8

by Debbie Baratz • October 23, 2013

The NFL has reached the halfway point of the season and in Week 7, came some ugly injuries. Teams are still undergoing bye weeks with six of them enjoying one in Week 8. Between those absences and players sidelined from injuries, there’s holes to be filled on fantasy football teams. Here’s a look at Week […]


Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Picks Week 7

by Debbie Baratz • October 15, 2013

Six games have been completed in this 2013 NFL season and two teams remain undefeated, the Denver Broncos and the Kansas City Chiefs. One comes as a surprise while the other no so much thanks to its talented quarterback. But we all know a quarterback is only as good as the teammates who support him […]


Plagued by Injury, Is There Any Hope for the Flailing Falcons?

by Debbie Baratz • October 12, 2013

For the 1-4 Atlanta Falcons, their bye week couldn’t come at a better time this week. This team has lost its top wide receiver Julio Jones for the season. Its second player in the receiver duo, Roddy White, is now battling a hamstring injury, and fingers are crossed its running back Steven Jackson will return after the […]


Week 4 Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Picks

by Debbie Baratz • September 25, 2013

The NFL is approaching Week 4, which means the season is hitting the end of its first quarter. There’s been a lot of interesting story lines and surprising wins. Which brings us to Week 4’s fantasy football waiver wire picks. Here’s some suggested additions for your fantasy team. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill (Miami Dolphins)- O.k, maybe you […]


When Will Roddy White Return to Full Speed After High-Ankle Sprain?

by Debbie Baratz • September 15, 2013

On Sunday, the Atlanta Falcons got their first win of the 2013 NFL season against the St. Louis Rams, 31-24. This came as one of its top offensive weapons, wide receiver Roddy White, continues to not play at top form. Since mid-August, he’s been battling a high-ankle sprain, which is impairing his play. Last week, […]


NFL Teams Primed for an Upset in Week 2

by Debbie Baratz • September 14, 2013

As we enter the second week of the NFL season, teams are still trying to find their place. Some will continue to exceed expectations while others will again be slow leaving the starting gates. Here’s a look at Week 2’s potential upsets. Yep…this is one of the many reasons why we love the game. Carolina […]


Steps to Solve the NFL’s Growing Concussion Crisis

by Debbie Baratz • September 13, 2013

After the recent $765 million NFL settlement with 4,500 former league players for on-the-field concussion-related brain injuries, this represents just the first step in the ongoing challenge to combat the league’s concussion crisis. There’s more that can be done and here’s a few steps that could move it along. Wear Pads For the 2013 season, the NFL […]


Does Honey Badger Have a Shot at Defensive Rookie of the Year?

by Debbie Baratz • September 9, 2013

After a less than desirable end to his LSU college career, safety Tyrann Mathieu (aka Honey Badger), landed on his feet in the third round of the NFL Draft with the Arizona Cardinals this spring. He is already off to a good NFL start after Week 1. On Sunday, the rookie started in his first […]