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Factoid: Carson Palmer

Carson Palmer has a tough matchup this week, and not just because the Rams are the team he blew his knee out against last season. The game's in St. Louis, and that's a defense that's done a pretty nice job against opposing quarterbacks at home.   more »

Fantasy Index Weekly: The Tuesday sneak peek is available now

We stop producing Redrafter season-long rankings after the calendar turns to December. However, we have posted a PDF with some short blurbs to help out teams with Tuesday waiver deadlines...  more »

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Fantasy Index Super League: Super League results for Week 12

Richard Cawley of Brooklyn, N.Y. ran away from the pack in the Super League this weekend with 194 points...  more »

Trivia: December 1, 2015

What are the only two teams that have called three different cities home? (And to clarify, not talking about in-market moves like Washington playing in Maryland or the Jets/Giants playing in New Jersey). answer »


Viva Murillo!: Be A Spoiler!

Spoilers are the worst, aren't they? Whether it's your favorite show or a movie you wanted to see, they ruin everything right when you least expect it. They're really annoying, which is why you should be one if you can't make the playoffs.  more »


Scheduletron: Strength of schedule

Checking in with the weekly look at Strength of Schedule. I’m going with wins and losses this time, and they indicate that when it comes to playoff spots, two teams to keep an eye on are Kansas City and Washington.  more »

Andy Richardson: A Day of Football

Seemed like kind of a hectic day of football. Games moved quickly, points were scored in flurries, players got hurt. And then it all finished with a wild shootout in Seattle and a snowy overtime battle in my old stomping grounds of Denver. Fun day, let's get to it.  more »


Trivia: November 30, 2015

The Browns and Ravens play tonight. Jamal Lewis went over 200 rushing yards in games for both of these franchises. What other three running backs turned this trick in the '80s? All three of these retired running backs have first names that start with the same letter. Two also have last names starting with the same letter and had an NFL team in common. answer »


Ian Allan: The fallacy of drafting running backs early

The way this season is unfolding, I’m thinking that next year I might just pretty much ignore running backs in the first three-four rounds. What is the point, after all, if the bust rate is so high? Doesn’t it make more sense to load up on the franchise-type pass catchers like Julio Jones, Antonio Brown, Rob Gronkowski and whatnot, knowing that the running back position will need to be addressed and managed during the season anyway.  more »


Around the NFL: Ware to start for Kansas City

There have been conflicting reports on whether Charcandrick West (hamstring) would be able to play for Kansas City today. The team had him listed as questionable, and we kind of assumed it would be Spencer Ware in the lineup. It's not official, but that's the way the Sunday morning reporting is going.   more »


Trivia: November 29, 2015

Seattle hosts Pittsburgh today. Who was the last Seahawk to score a point against the Steelers in an NFL game? answer »

Trivia: November 28, 2015

Who are the only two current starting quarterbacks who wear mouthguards not on their upper teeth but on their lower teeth? These quarterbacks start against each other on Sunday this week. answer »

NFL Injury Report: MNF injuries

The Ravens and Browns have submitted their injury listing. No big surprises for either team – nothing that everyone didn’t see coming on Friday.  more »

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Factoid: Ben Roethlisberger

The Steelers play the Seahawks on Sunday, and that makes for an interesting decision for those holding Ben Roethlisberger. Do you start him against the Legion of Boom? Seattle has had a great defense for the last few years, but it’s a group that’s slipped a little this season. But the game is also in Seattle.  more »

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24 Hours 'Til Sunday: Snapshot previews of all the games

Every Saturday morning, I'll take a quick look at all the week's games, offering my own take on what I think will happen, as well as touching on significant injury news since our Weekly came out. I'll check in every so often over the course of the day to answer questions, too.  more »


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