St. Louis Cardinals vs. Los Angeles Dodgers National League Division Series Game 1 Friday, Oct. 3 in Los Angeles Adam Wainwright vs. Clayton Kershaw Game 2 Saturday, Oct. 4 in Los Angeles Zach Greinke vs. TBA Game 3 Monday, Oct. 6 in St. Louis TBA vs. TBA Game 4 Tuesday, Oct. 7 in St. Louis (if necessary) TBA vs. TBA Game 5 Thursday, Oct. 9 in Los Angeles (if necessary) TBA vs. TBA Cardinals
By Jake Brown on Sep 30, 2014
Week 5 of the NFL fantasy season is usually primetime for fantasy owners to panic. If you're an owner of LeSean McCoy, Demaryius Thomas, Eddie Lacy, or Tom Brady, the second-guessing and self-loathing is probably at an all-time high right about now. Lucky for everybody but Tom Brady owners (the man has no offensive line and that's tough to combat) these guys are likely to turn it around soon. LeSe
By Greg Fortier on Sep 30, 2014
If your NFL team struggles to sell tickets, you might not have to struggle to watch their home games on local TV anymore. The Federal Communications Commission just struck down the rule that keeps NFL teams' home games off TV when the game has not sold out. In a unanimous 5-0 vote, the FCC has made it legal to for local and cable channels to air an NFL game that is not sold out locally, setting up
By Joe Kukura on Sep 30, 2014
Shhh—do you hear that? That’s the sound of Georgia running back Todd Gurley silencing the critics who decided that he was slowly being pulled out of Heisman contention due to a lack of carries. From this point forward, Athens police should consider giving a misdemeanor to offensive coordinator Mike Bobo if Gurley gets less than 25 carries in a game following the performance he had against Tennesse
By Tyler Waddell on Sep 30, 2014
The Giants' offense is finally starting to click, the Vikings have a new spark plug at running back, and the Ravens' backfield may finally be taking shape. Let's see how that affects fantasy football's top waiver wire pickups as we get set for Week 5: Eli Manning (QB - NYG): After looking like he had never even played a down with his wide receivers through preseason and early in the regular season
By Matthew Shovlin on Sep 30, 2014
Well, well, well. Look at who is moving back up National Football League power rankings after back-to-back victories. The New York Giants looked like one of the worst teams in all of the NFL in Weeks 1 and 2 of the 2014 season. Quarterback Eli Manning was being hung out to dry by offensive linemen not giving him protection, and by wide receivers failing to reel in and hold onto catchable passes. N
By Zac Wassink on Sep 30, 2014
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