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NFL: Players accuse owners of greed, compromising safety in refs dispute

NFL: Players accuse owners of greed, compromising safety in refs dispute

(Reuters) – The National Football League Players Association (NFLPA) has accused league owners of greed and affecting the safety of athletes as the contract dispute between the NFL and the referees' association continues. The players' union's executive …
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NFL fantasy feedback: Week 3

» If you’re a fantasy owner who has Carson Palmer on their roster, don’t watch his actual peformance. Just look at the numbers. To watch him, it’s constantly an uneven performance, but by fantasy standards, he’s pretty steady. Palmer just threw his third touchdown pass of the day. Even though he only has 144 passing yards, his fantasy stats are pretty respectable. » For every game like Philip Rivers had in Week 2, there are games like he had today. A lot of it had to do with the Falcons defense, but the fact remains, his 173 yards and two interceptions didn’t help anyone who started him this week. Games like that are the reason people were scared away from Rivers on [...]See all stories on this topic »

Madden curse watch week 3: Detroit Lions at Tennessee Titans

In the first two weeks of the 2012 season, Calvin Johnson recorded 14 receptions for 205 yards and 0 touchdowns. Zero. Gone are the two touchdown games and the 14+ yard receptions from last season. Memories. Let’s not digress though, new season, new week and the Detroit Lions are on the road against the Tennessee Titans. ————————————————————————————————————————————– FIRST HALF ————————————————————————————————————————————– Calvin Johnson finished the first half with one catch for six yards, while Jason Hanson ruled the uprights with three field goals. Yes, ruled. Some commish, somewhere, has Hanson on his fantasy team. The Titans’ special teams went back in time calling up a play that won them a playoff game against Buffalo in 2000. Ladies and gents, Music City [...]See all stories on this topic »

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