2017 Fantasy Football: Cam Roughed Up in Ugly Win

After undergoing offseason surgery, Cam Newton is still trying to get back on track entering week three. Cam Newton rested most of the preseason and...

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If an Atlanta Falcons player took a knee during the National Anthem, how would you respond as a fan?

At around 9:00 A.M. (PST) Saturday morning, I woke up and glanced at my Twitter feed. The President of The United States had made comments regarding player protests in the NFL.

Before I go any further, I would like to note for the record that I am aware of my lane.

I am aware that I am a writer and contributor to a blog. However before I was a writer, before I was a blogger, I was an Atlanta Falcons fan and I have been for over 20 years.

When the Falcons organization hired Coach Dan Quinn in early 2015, as a fan, I was elated to see the cultural impact Quinn would have on the team. I was eager to see his approach to winning and his plan for the club’s future.

After an embarrassing performance last week on the road, the Dallas Cowboys are back at it again trying to rebound in the desert. Here’s what to watch for..

Welcome to the NFL.  One week you can look like possible Super Bowl champs.  The next, super chumps.

In just two weeks’ time, the Dallas Cowboys have seen both ends of the spectrum.  After an impressive home victory over a divisional opponent, the Cowboys appeared to be picking up where they left off in 2016.  Last week?  Not so much.

It’s hard to truly evaluate a game like the one the Dallas Cowboys played in Denver.  We all know that this team is not that bad.  Denver is a very good team, especially so in their own building.

You’ve probably heard a lot about their unique personnel and that it was a bad matchup for Dallas.

Everything the New York Giants do on offense needs to be beneficial to the offensive line. The line is what it is; as I mentioned in a previous post, the offensive line is going to be poor all year. That...

CANTON, OH – AUGUST 03: Andre Ellington #38 of the Arizona Cardinals plows into the end zone for a three-yard touchdown in the first quarter of the NFL Hall of Fame preseason game against the Dallas Cowboys at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium on August 3, 2017 in Canton, Ohio. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

The Arizona Cardinals head into week three of the 2017 NFL season to host the Dallas Cowboys on Monday Night Football

The Arizona Cardinals (1-1) finally get to host a home game.  After two weeks on the road, they return to University of Phoenix Stadium to play the Dallas Cowboys (1-1).

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