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Fantasy football picks week 16

Published Dec. 17, 2014

This is it, the one for all the marbles (or dollars) -- at least for most fantasy football players -- week 16 is commonly known as "championship week." Or, if you're trying to claim some third place money, or the "Toilet Bowl" -- whatever you're playing for, we're here to help you win.

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Fantasy football picks week 15

Published Dec. 10, 2014

Wow, what a first round of the fantasy football playoffs. If you're team was built was round the Denver Broncos and New Orleans Saints offenses, chances are you were rather unceremoniously flushed away in the first round. But, if you've advanced, we'll take a look at some big names who might be good (or bad) plays in the fantasy football playoffs.

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Live "Peter Pan" performance didn't live up to expectations

Published Dec. 8, 2014

Last year, Carrie Underwood led a cast of musical theater performers in a production of the "Sound of Music Live!," that not only delivered a change in the normal programming, but it also drew in a large audience. NBC attempted to recapture the magic with "Peter Pan Live!" last week, and despite all the fairy dust in the world, it barely got off the ground.

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Fantasy football picks week 14

Published Dec. 3, 2014

The playoffs begin this week for most leagues, and if you're now in the tournament for the big pay day (or bragging rights) odds are you have a solid starting group, and a key bench player or two that has produced. Now, you're still not going to find "start Aaron Rodgers" here, but we'll take a look at some big names who might be good (or bad) plays in the fantasy football playoffs.

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Obama should name athlete discipline czar

Published Dec. 2, 2014

When athletes act up the process of discipline can take forever and the complications take away from our ability to pay attention to the games. We need a standardized code of conduct for professional athletes, complete with sentencing guidelines.

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