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​Amon-Ra St. Brown is the absolute truth! So far this season he is ranked WR4 with a 87% snap count, 24 total targets resulting in 17 receptions, 180 yards and 3 touchdowns and let’s not forget he had 2 rushing attempts last week for 68 yards (that is more rushing yards than 4 of the top 10 RBs)  THE TRUTH. In the final 6 weeks of the season last year, he was on fire with 5 Top 10 finishes and 1 Top 5 finish averaging just over 25 FFPs per game in standard PPR leagues. Also remember that he is...

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What's up everybody? Welcome back to the Truth Serum Round Table. This week we will cover what happened in Week 2 as well as predict a few things for Week 3 and beyond. Our guests this week are a few of TSF's most loyal:  Jason Parker, Bobby Swan, Richard Mikhaylov, and Captain Kirk Davenport!   bbcgossip.com For the first time since 2011 the Jaguars, Jets, and Lions all won on the same day. Which of these three teams has the best chance to put together a winning season?  Richard: Without injuries, this would easily be the Jets. But I think the...

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1. Audra Bonds 227.32 2. Daniel Miller 210.78 3. Dominic Cribari 209.12 4. Joey Fickle 199.50 5. Drew Michael DeVinney 196.40 6. Bobby Swan 196.16 7. Zach Kurtz 190.44 8. Ben Kayser 190.02 9. Boogi Bowen 188.10 10. Jacob Powlistha 187.06 x2

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Week two is in the books and it was one for the ages. We witnessed a little bit of everything this week as some of the superstars of week 1 came crashing back down to Earth and the some of the disappointments from week 1 rose from the ashes. The NFL season is now in full swing and we have a brand new list of Breadwinners and Bedshitters for week 2.    Breadwinners   Lamar Jackson foxbaltimore.com   Lamar Jackson looked like his former MVP self on Sunday in his dominant performance against the Miami Dolphins. Jackson was 21/29 for...

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Welcome back to the Waiver Watch of Truth! Week #2 was a wild one and there’s plenty of action to be had on the wire.    Quarterbacks   Tua Tagovailoa, Miami – If you did not scoop Tua from the wire last week, there is certainly going to be more competition for him this week. Tua was on fire Sunday in a fourth quarter comeback against Baltimore – throwing for 469 yards and 6 TDs. It would be foolish to expect that level of production every week, but it at least provides proof that Tua carries a high ceiling this...

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