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Monthly Archives: November 2011

We are beginning week 9 and I thought it would be fun to take a look back at the first 8 weeks in Fantasy Football. Most Impressive Player: Aaron Rodgers continues his dominant ways week after week.  I would guess that most people who have him as their starting quarterback are in first place (like me) or at the top of your league.  There are only a couple of other quarterbacks who even come close to the fantasy numbers he puts up. Pleasant surprise: Cam Newton has been incredible.  He clearly has the best value in all of fantasy because most owners drafted him really late or even picked him up off waivers.  He can score touchdowns on the ground or in the air, which allows more options for fantasy points.

Join host Bryce Johnson and Sports Spectrum staff writer Aaron May for Sports Spectrum Magazine's podcast called "SPORTS YAPP." Wednesday, Bryce talked to ESPN’s NBA expert, Chris Broussard. Chris talks about his life, his career, his faith, LeBron James, his relationship with Skip Bayless, and a little Christian hip-hop. In today's episode we yapp about Peyton Manning, Tebow mocking, the upcoming NFL weekend, LSU and Alabama, and run another “Tap Drill.”

1. Green Bay Packers- They probably had the best bye week, too, since they are the best at everything else. 2. Pittsburgh Steelers- Troy Polamalu is all over the field on defense. He’s amazing, and the Steelers need to be taken seriously again. 3. San Francisco 49ers- They are making plays by throwing the ball to lineman. Are you kidding me? The 49ers are unbelievable at this point. Wow, I’m impressed. 4. Detroit Lions- The defense was the story this week by absolutely dominating the Broncos. The Lions really needed a win after they dropped two in a row...

“When I was a child, I talked like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child. When I became a man, I put childish ways behind me.” I Corinthians 13:11

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