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Bold Fantasy Predictions For Week 6 In The NFL

By Michael Horvath, 1 month 2 weeks ago
Put your hand up if you had Gary Barnidge scoring more fantasy points last week than Rob Gronkowski? Anyone? How about Josh McCown throwing for 457 yards and two touchdowns? Or how about Adrian Peterson scoring zero fantasy points? Ah ha! Got you there! Peterson was on his bye last week. What I’m getting at is making fantasy football predictions is never easy, but it sure is a lot of...

Seattle Seahawks vs. Cincinnati Bengals Preview and Prediction

By Scott Whittum, 1 month 3 weeks ago
One of the more intriguing matchups of Week 5 in the NFL will take place at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati as the Seattle Seahawks will be looking to upend the undefeated Cincinnati Bengals. These two teams last met during the 2011 regular season when Cincinnati defeated the Seahawks at Century Link Field by a score of 34-12. Seattle escaped with their lives on Monday night with a 13-10...

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Cincinnati Bengals Preview and Prediction

By Mike Dussault, 1 month 4 weeks ago
The 3-0 Cincinnati Bengals host the 1-2 Kansas City Chiefs Sunday in an interesting AFC clash that could have an effect on the playoff seedings come January. The Chiefs are coming off two tough losses — one where five turnovers did them in against divisional rival Denver, and another where they were thoroughly outplayed by the Green Bay Packers. The Chiefs have a lot of talent on...

Cincinnati Bengals vs. Baltimore Ravens Preview and Prediction

By Mike Dussault, 2 months 6 days ago
The Cincinnati Bengals visit the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, with the Ravens still looking for their first win of the season after losing their first two games out west. The Ravens were surprisingly shredded by Derek Carr and the Raiders, as the loss of Terrell Suggs for the season loomed large over their defense, which gave up almost 500 total yards. The Bengals meanwhile are off to a...

10 Bold Fantasy Predictions For Week 3 in the NFL

By Michael Horvath, 2 months 1 week ago
Week 3 of this young NFL season is coming up, but first let’s take a look to see how my Week 2 bold predictions fared. I just took a look. You don’t want to see my bold Week 2 predictions. Seriously, don’t look them up. No good can come from that. Instead let’s focus on Week 3’s bold predictions and hope that I get better at making such brazen, off-the-...

Why You Should Start Colin Kaepernick and Other Start/Sit Fantasy Advice for Week 2

By Michael Horvath, 2 months 1 week ago
Week 1 is in the books and it provided many surprises for fantasy owners as well as unbelievable frustration as well. Who would have guessed that guys like Marcus Mariota, Andy Dalton and Alex Smith would outscore supposed studs like Peyton Manning, Drew Brees and Russell Wilson? Who would have thought that Brandon McManus (he’s a kicker), would score 18 fantasy points? That’s...

San Diego Chargers vs. Cincinnati Bengals Preview and Prediction

By Mike Dussault, 2 months 1 week ago
The San Diego Chargers and Cincinnati Bengals both looked impressive in their first contests of the new season. While the Chargers had to mount a significant comeback after being down 21-3 to top the Detroit Lions, things were never in doubt for the Bengals against the Raiders.  That's how opening weeks can go, and it's important not to read too much into things good or...

Pacman Jones Slams Amari Cooper's Head onto Helmet, Stays in Game

By Jasmine Watkins, 2 months 2 weeks ago
It doesn't have to be playoff football for players to be amped. During the Bengals-Raiders game, things got a little out of hand. Adam "Pacman" Jones let his emotions get the best of him and pushed receiver Amari Cooper's head into his helmet. Jones was given a personal foul, but surprisingly not ejected.    Nothing major, but a fine should be on...

NFL Scouts Talk Anonymously About AFC North Teams

By Athlon Sports, 3 months 3 weeks ago
In 2014, the AFC North sent three teams to the playoffs. The division is once again poised to be a battle and continues to rank among the most competitive in the NFL. The Steelers, Bengals, and Ravens all have very legitimate chances to make the playoffs again. But what about Cleveland, which hasn’t made the postseason since 2002 and has had a revolving door at both head coach...