Tag "Tyreek Hill"

Splash’s Week 1 Team of the Week

With Week 1 in the books, it is time to look at the best performers at each position. This will only concern this week. It should be a mix of usual suspects and random one-game wonders.

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Splash’s 2021 All-Pro Predictions

With the season just around the corner, it is time to look at 26 players who could earn All-Pro spots in 2021.

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Fanelli’s Fantasy Files: Wide Receiver Pro/Con Rankings

The 2021 NFL season is just around the corner, and fantasy football drafts are picking up the pace by the hour. As fantasy players prepare for their fantasy drafts, I have provided my current top-36 at the wide receivers position with quick pros and cons for each player.

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Kansas City Chiefs 2021 Season Preview

Entering the 2020 season, the Kansas City Chiefs had their sights set on starting a dynasty after winning Super Bowl LIV. For the reigning champs, there was no Super Bowl hangover.

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Kansas City Chiefs 2021 Fantasy Preview

The Kansas City Chiefs have the most explosive offense in the NFL, lead by Patrick Mahomes. While Mahomes deserves lots of credit and is the face of the league, his supporting cast of Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill is the best receiving duo in the NFL. Let’s look at what fantasy players can expect from the Chiefs this season.

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Heller’s Three Burning Questions 3.0: Kansas City Chiefs 

With the 2021 NFL Draft over and the schedule officially being released, it’s time for my third annual 32 part series where the top three questions will be posed for each NFL team. Here are those three questions for the Kansas City Chiefs.

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Houston Texans Offseason Preview

The Houston Texans quickly went from being a near perennial playoff contender to revealing an actual foundation as stable as a house of cards. The team is reluctant to do anything toward moving Deshaun Watson, making managing free agency that much more difficult.

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NFL’s Golden Goose Theory

Winning in the NFL is hard. Even the best teams in the NFL lose about 25% of their games in a given season. In a cutthroat league, teams must maximize the number of winnable games they have in a season.

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Corrigan’s Gambling Corner: Super Bowl Sunday

We have finally reached the biggest gambling day of the year, Super Bowl Sunday. While this is one of the best days of the year, it also marks the end of football season. Let’s finish this season off strong.

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