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Fantasy Football Quick Hits; Waiver Wire Edition for Week 8

Fantasy Football Quick Hits; Waiver Wire Edition for Week 8

  The San Diego Chargers will play against the Denver Broncos on Thursday Night Football. That means it’s the start of Fantasy Football. Here is a quick list of additions to give your team an edge over your opponent. Jerick McKinnon Now in Minnesota, McKinnon’s receiving ability makes him a running back two and strong […]

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Matador Fantasy Football Podcast Episode No.1

Matador Fantasy Football Podcast Episode No.1

Find out who will be week 7 's studs and duds

Introducing a brand new style of podcast. The Matador Fantasy Football Podcast features contributors Conner Faulk and Ernesto Casillas, who have the run down on the top fantasy players for the upcoming week. Tweet your questions to @Matadorfantasy and the duo can give you every advantage towards winning your matchups on Sunday.

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Football Friday: SEC Football, broken officiating, and Derek Carr’s ceiling

Football Friday: SEC Football, broken officiating, and Derek Carr’s ceiling

Kenneth Berry is back in the booth with Shaka Dixon and Pete Camarillo. The Sundial sports team recap the big match-ups of last weekend’s college football action. They try to find a solution to the broken UCLA Bruins, along with bad football officiating at every level. Once again, the trio gets into the evolving style […]

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Football Friday: The Oakland Raiders and developing a young quarterback

Football Friday: The Oakland Raiders and developing a young quarterback

Shaka and Pete discuss the debacle that is the Oakland Raiders. They also talk about the difficulty of developing a young quarterback as well as the crop of the young guys coming out of the draft. This week ends on a cliff hanger, but the Pete and Shaka have plenty more commentary to bring listeners […]

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Sundial Sports Podcast: Football Friday Episode 1

Shaka Dixon, Pete Camarillo, and Andrew Martinez talk about what is trending in the NFL. They talk about the latest in the Roger Goodell and Ray Rice controversies. Also talk about the changing importance of positions in a passing league. The Sundial Sports staff also discusses some of the best match-ups and story-lines happening in […]

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NFL players’ misconduct caused by violent culture of football

NFL players’ misconduct caused by violent culture of football

Football’s violent culture Junior varsity football is an eye-opening experience. It starts the during the fading weeks of the summer  as a one or two week training camp premised on the purported character building qualities of violence and depravity. In it you learn the 5 or 10-year-old pads assigned to you protect against little more […]

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Roger Goodell and the NFL Players’ personal conduct

Roger Goodell and the NFL Players’ personal conduct

Allow Goodell and the NFL an opportunity to sort out their public relations nightmare.

  $44.2 million is what NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell reportedly earned in the 2013 fiscal year. What is certainly a large amount for a person who does not even play a down of football, Goodell has been earning his salary with the amount of headlines the NFL has captured recently. Josh Gordon’s initial season ban, […]

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Sundial captures reaction for on-going Ray Rice saga: Storify

Ray Rice captured headlines this week by being released from the Baltimore Ravens. While his career remains in jeopardy after the tape of him hitting his wife was released, questions also remain about whether or not the NFL new about the tape of Rice hitting his then fiance in the face when they issued a […]

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NFL upholds Josh Gordon year-long Suspension: Storify

NFL upholds Josh Gordon year-long Suspension: Storify

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The Sundial’s Fantasy Football Guide: Realistic Expectations for your Fantasy Draft

The Sundial’s Fantasy Football Guide: Realistic Expectations for your Fantasy Draft

  The NFL season begins Sept. 5, but football fever is already in the air. Fantasy football patrons across offices, social medias, and inner-circles are preparing to win their leagues. Rather you play for fun, money, or bragging rights, winning should always be the objective. No matter the size or motivation of your league, the […]

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Seahawks make smart move with low-cost aquisition of Raiders’ Pryor

Seahawks make smart move with low-cost aquisition of Raiders’ Pryor

    NFL teams began their quest for Super Bowl XLIX Tuesday with the beginning of offseason training activities (OTA). OTAs are teams’ first opportunity to welcome new players and assimilate them with team culture. The defending champion Seattle Seahawks added one more new addition, by exchanging a seventh round pick in this year’s draft […]

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The NFL slams down on fun, yet again

The NFL slams down on fun, yet again

Is the National Football League sending the message to its players, “No having fun”? Earlier this week, the league’s Vice President of Officiating announced that players would no longer be able to dunk the ball over the goal post after a touchdown. League meetings ended Wednesday with several decisions on rules and proposals. Original confirmation of the new […]

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