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This division was very successful this year, boasting three playoff teams which no other division can claim but wasn’t overly productive for fantasy owners. Let’s get right to it and dive into the AFC North. Baltimore Ravens Quarterback The fantasy darling of the 2019 season, Lamar Jackson was looking to build on his MVP campaign. On the surface it might not seem like a terrible year for Jackson, who averaged 22.79 points per game. But given the fact you had to spend a very high draft pick, often in the second-round range, to acquire Jackson, owners didn’t feel they got...

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MOCK DRAFT TYMEEEE Prefacing this mock a few assumptions QB. We retain Taylor Heinicke to a team friendly deal (2 yrs *8 M with 5 Guaranteed upon signing and incentives up to 12 M total). We also retain Kyle Allen. Alex Smith retires. CB. We retain Ronald Darby here to a AAV of about 10-12 M. Not a bad deal for both parties WR. I assume we go out and grab a decent option in FA. I’m going to play it more conservatively and suggest Marvin Jones here. TE. Logan Thomas remains our main guy at TE but we bring...

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Have you ever listened to a coach's press conference and wondered why they don't take more accountability? I know I do, especially listening to Mike Zimmer. I'm a huge Vikings fan and I even like Zimmer and respect what he's done as a coach, however I wish he would take more accountability. Yes I know we had a young defense this year, yes Hunter, Barr, and Kendricks were all out. Yes, Pierce opted out. I get all that, but a coach still needs to take some accountability. In my opinion, calling a defense the worst you've ever had and calling...

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Divisional Round Previews Day 2 By: David Dzienis #6 Cleveland Browns @ #1 Kansas City Chiefs As a salty Steelers fan it is going to be hard to stay unbiased, but I’ll do my best…also fuck you Cleveland! Now onto the preview. Cleveland needed some tipped passes and luck to get by the Steelers last week while the Chiefs rested at home as the number one seed. Neither of these team’s defenses has been overly impressive this year and their offenses couldn’t be more different. The Browns run all over you and the Chiefs pass everywhere. Despite teams knowing this...

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Divisional Round Previews Day 1 By: David Dzienis#6 Los Angeles Rams @ #1 Green Bay Packers For the first time since the Patriots stunned the Falcons in the largest Super Bowl comeback in history, we have the number 1 defense facing off against the number one offense. The Rams handled business last week against their division rival Seahawks despite having to roll with Jared Goff and his surgically repaired thumb. He was able to play a safe, mistake free game and let Cam Akers and the defense carry his team to this week’s match against the Packers. The talk for...

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