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GM’s Office: Building a Dynasty Part 1

This entry is part 8 of 7 in the series Fantasy Football: GM's Office

Now that the trade deadline has come and gone for a majority of fantasy leagues it is time to take this column in a new direction. Starting right now this is a Dynasty fantasy football column. As a guy who is currently in three dynasty leagues, one as commish, I’ve gained a considerable amount of …

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Chiefs vs Rams – The Best Game Yet! ( This Year)

This game cannot come soon enough. For once I’m actually looking forward to Monday. This game has a ton of stars on both sides, and with the game being moved to Los Angeles we will get to see all of them. The only drawback to this game is there will be few if any defense …

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Steelers Spotlight- Week 11

As we are officially passed the mid-way point of the regular season, it’s time to look at the progress of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Currently, the Steelers reign atop the AFC North at 6-2-1. Pittsburgh heads into Jacksonville this week riding a 5-game win streak. In the first few weeks of the season, the Steeler’s looked …

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Dave Gettelman

Giants Thinking Draft

The New York Giants are finally in dire need of a quarterback to rebuild their franchise. Their unbelievable awfulness this year has at least secured them the overall top draft pick. Oakland is a close second, but after trading Amari Cooper to the Cowboys and Khalil Mack to Chicago, they have positioned themselves high, but …

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Steelers Offense – Does it Need Bell?

Tomorrow is November 13th. In other words, it is the last day Le’Veon Bell has to report to the Steelers and sign his franchise tag. While nothing is official, reports are now indicating that Bell plans to sit out this season in hopes of free agency. The problem is, based on Bell’s track record, no …

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Evaluating Giants David Gettleman 1st Off-Season

After Geno Smith replaced as quarterback of the New York Giants, Ben McAdoo and Jerry Reese were replaced. The one who replaced the latter was David Gettleman who formerly was the General Manager of the Carolina Panthers and had roots in the Giants organization as the Director of Player Personnel.  While the task put ahead …

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The Mara Tradition: Visionaries with Blind Spots

The Mara’s approach to running the New York Giants displays a rare loyalty in the NFL but also exposes blind spots in their approach to building for the future. Tim Mara established the New York Giants football team in 1925 with an investment of $500. He passed the team on to his sons, Wellington and …

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Jon Gruden – Crazy Like a Fox, or Just Crazy

The molting of the Raiders roster continues apace under first-year retread Jon Gruden.  Weeks after flipping defensive and offensive cornerstones Khalil Mack and Amari Cooper for high draft picks, Oakland sloughed off defensive end Bruce Irvin, cutting the veteran outright.   The rapid change has spooked some Raiders faithful.  Why is Chucky Gruden behaving like …

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