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Daily Fantasy Football Picks: DraftKings 10/2/16 Main

Philip rivers Quarterback San Diego Chargers Daily Fantasy Football Draft Picks

October 2nd, 2016

Best NFL Daily Fantasy Football Picks for 10/1/2016

Pos Player Team Salary

QB Philip Rivers SD $6,900
RB Matt Jones WAS $4,300
RB Carlos Hyde SF $4,200
WR Tyler Lockett SEA $3,900
WR Julio Jones ATL $9,200
WR Tyrell Williams SD $4,400
TE Eric Ebron DET $3,700
FLEX Antonio Brown PIT $9,700
D Houston HOU $3,200

QB Cam Newton CAR $7,800
RB Devonta Freeman ATL $5,500
RB Mark Ingram NO $5,900
WR Doug Baldwin SEA $6,100
WR Steve Smith BAL $4,500
WR Demaryius Thomas DEN $6,700
TE Gary Barnidge CLE $3,600
FLEX Jeremy Maclin KC $6,000
D Carolina CAR $3,400

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The system is simple, precise, and gives players the best shot at winning in DFS. FreeDFSPicks emails members a free DFS lineup for play on DraftKings or Fanduel to our members and suggest what you should play that day.

Our picks below will always be based on match-up, location, and best dollar value on either DraftKings or Fanduel.

We will keep it consistent so you can count on our picks and continue your research to find those variables to set your line apart from the rest. We will also not bore you with every bit of detail as to why we made pick. NO excuses here, we stand by our picks 100%.

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Daily Fantasy Football: DraftKings & Fanduel Week 4

Daily Fantasy Football

September 28th, 2016

Best NFL Daily Fantasy Football Draft Picks

FreeDFSPicks team aggregates all the data from the top DFS subscription based sites, Players, and Experts to give you our picks for FREE. Why go to a bunch of sites and waste time doing research our team has done for you.

The system is simple, precise, and gives players the best shot at winning in DFS. FreeDFSPicks emails members a free DFS lineup for play on DraftKings or Fanduel to our members and suggest what you should play that day.

Our picks below will always be based on match-up, location, and best dollar value on either DraftKings or Fanduel.

We will keep it consistent so you can count on our picks and continue your research to find those variables to set your line apart from the rest. We will also not bore you with every bit of detail as to why we made pick. NO excuses here, we stand by our picks 100%.

These picks are must haves if you plan on winning on any platform. We suggest you use these picks in multiply variations for your best chance at winning those big money GPP tournaments.

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Daily Fantasy Football Draft Picks: Fanduel Week 3

Andrew Luck Daily Fantasy Football Draft Picks

September 21th, 2016

Best NFL Daily Fantasy Football Draft Picks for Fanduel Week 2

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We will keep it consistent so you can count on our picks and continue your research to find those variables to set your line apart from the rest. We will also not bore you with every bit of detail as to why we made pick. NO excuses here, we stand by our picks 100%.

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Daily Fantasy Football Picks for DraftKings Monday Night 9/12/16

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September 12th, 2016

Best NFL Daily Fantasy Draft Picks for DraftKings Monday Night 9/12/16

Pos Player Team Salary

QB Blaine Gabbert SF $5,200
RB DeAngelo Williams PIT $7,000
RB Matt Jones WAS $4,700
WR Antonio Brown PIT $9,800
WR Pierre Garcon WAS $4,400
WR Jamison Crowder WAS $3,800
TE Jordan Reed WAS $6,600
FLEX Tavon Austin LA $5,000
D Pittsburgh PIT $2,900

QB Kirk Cousins WAS $7,400
RB Todd Gurley LA $7,800
RB Carlos Hyde SF $5,600
WR DeSean Jackson WAS $6,100
WR Josh Doctson WAS $3,000
WR Kenny Britt LA $3,900
TE Niles Paul WAS $2,500
FLEX Vance McDonald SF $3,100
D LA Rams LA $3,800

FreeDFSPicks team aggregates all the data from the top DFS subscription based sites, Players, and Experts to give you our picks for FREE. Why go to a bunch of sites and waste time doing research our team has done for you.

The system is simple, precise, and gives players the best shot at winning in DFS. FreeDFSPicks emails members a free DFS lineup for play on DraftKings or Fanduel to our members and suggest what you should play that day.

Our picks below will always be based on match-up, location, and best dollar value on either DraftKings or Fanduel.

We will keep it consistent so you can count on our picks and continue your research to find those variables to set your line apart from the rest. We will also not bore you with every bit of detail as to why we made pick. NO excuses here, we stand by our picks 100%.

These picks are must haves if you plan on winning on any platform. We suggest you use these picks in multiply variations for your best chance at winning those big money GPP tournaments.

One thing we always suggest in Daily Fantasy Sports is to play responsibly. Bankrolls can disappear quickly. Be sure maintain a DFS bankroll that does not affect those other things you need to do in life.

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Best NFL Daily Fantasy Draft Picks 2016

NFL Daily Fantasy Draft Picks for 2016 FreeDFSPicks.com team aggregates all the data from the top DFS subscription based sites. We win

September 7th, 2016

Best NFL Daily Fantasy Draft Picks 2016

Here are your top NFL Daily Fantasy Draft picks for August 9th (Main) FreeDFSPicks team aggregates all the data from the top DFS subscription based sites, Players, and Experts to give you our picks for FREE. Why go to a bunch of sites and waste time doing research our team has done for you.

Our system is simple, precise, and gives players the best shot at winning in DFS. FreeDFSPicks emails members a free DFS lineup for play on DraftKings or Fanduel to our members and suggest what you should play that day.

Our picks below will always be based on match-up, location, and best dollar value on either DraftKings or Fanduel.

We will keep it consistent so you can count on our picks and continue your research to find those variables to set your line apart from the rest. We will also not bore you with every bit of detail as to why we made pick. NO excuses here, we stand by our picks 100%.

These picks are must haves if you plan on winning on any platform. We suggest you use these picks in multiply variations for your best chance at winning those big money GPP tournaments.

One thing we always suggest in Daily Fantasy Sports is to play responsibly. Bankrolls can disappear quickly. Be sure maintain a DFS bankroll that does not affect those other things you need to do in life.

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Fantasy Draft Picks: DraftKings Millionaire Maker Week 1

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September 9th, 2016

Best NFL Daily Fantasy Draft Picks for DraftKings Millionaire Maker

Here are your top NFL Daily Fantasy Draft picks the DraftKings Millionaire Maker FreeDFSPicks team aggregates all the data from the top DFS subscription based sites, Players, and Experts to give you our picks for FREE. Why go to a bunch of sites and waste time doing research our team has done for you.

Our system is simple, precise, and gives players the best shot at winning in DFS. FreeDFSPicks emails members a free DFS lineup for play on DraftKings or Fanduel to our members and suggest what you should play that day.

Our picks below will always be based on match-up, location, and best dollar value on either DraftKings or Fanduel.

We will keep it consistent so you can count on our picks and continue your research to find those variables to set your line apart from the rest. We will also not bore you with every bit of detail as to why we made pick. NO excuses here, we stand by our picks 100%.

These picks are must haves if you plan on winning on any platform. We suggest you use these picks in multiply variations for your best chance at winning those big money GPP tournaments.

One thing we always suggest in Daily Fantasy Sports is to play responsibly. Bankrolls can disappear quickly. Be sure maintain a DFS bankroll that does not affect those other things you need to do in life.

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Cardell Hayes Suspect In Will Smith Death

Tyler Gamble on Sunday identified Cardell Hayes, 28, as a suspect in the shooting death of former New Orleans Saints DE Will Smith.
April 11, 2016

Cardell Hayes Suspect in Will Smith shooting death was former prep star

New Orleans Police Department spokesman Tyler Gamble on Sunday identified Cardell Hayes, 28, as a suspect in the shooting death of former New Orleans Saints DE Will Smith.

Gamble said the investigation was ongoing but did not release further details. Online court records show Cardell Hayes pleaded guilty in 2014 to one count each of possessing an illegal weapon and possessing drug paraphernalia.

According to NOLA.com, Cardell Hayes was a former Louisiana prep football player, who starred at Warren Easton High School and played for a developmental team locally as recently as last year.

He was considered one of the state’s top prospects during his high school days, but his freshman season would have come in 2005 and likely disrupted by Hurricane Katrina.

Cardell Hayes also sued the New Orleans Police Department in 2005 over his father’s shooting death at the hands of police. The high-profile suit was settled in 2011, and one of the officers named as a defendant was having dinner with Smith just before the shooting occurred, according to The Advocate.

Here’s an image of retired police captain William Ceravolo with former Saints RB Pierre Thomas and Smith, purportedly to be from their dinner shortly before the shooting.

Cardell Hayes’ attorney in that suit said Hayes received a “large” settlement in that case, in confirming this story to The Advocate. He apparently is not representing Hayes now, however.

While Hayes asked for $4 million in that suit, NOLA.com says the terms being discussed just before the settlement were much lower. Theiir report says the city offered $80,000 apiece for Hayes and his sister and the pair countered with a demand for $125,000 each.

Cardell Hayes used the nickname “Bear” on his Facebook page and recently posted photos that claimed he was an extra — as a football player in a stadium scene — in the movie “22 Jump Street,” according to the New York Daily News.

Smith, the former defensive end for the Saints, was driving in a Mercedes late Saturday through an upscale part of the city called the Lower Garden District when his vehicle was hit from behind by Hayes’ vehicle, an orange Hummer H2, police said.

That caused Smith’s vehicle to hit a gray Chevrolet Impala in front of him. Two acquaintances of Smith’s were in the Impala but not injured.

At some point in the ensuing incident, Smith and Hayes — the driver of the Hummer — exchanged words, police said. That’s when police say Hayes pulled out a gun and shot Smith multiple times. He also shot Smith’s wife in the leg, but she was taken for treatment at a local hospital.

Police said they recovered the weapon and took Cardell Hayes into custody. NOLA.com says he’s been charged with second-degree murder.

In New Orleans and around the NFL, tributes to Smith poured in early Sunday.

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NFL research undercounted diagnosed concussions

NFL research undercounted diagnosed concussions: The NFL research into the dangers of head injuries undercounted diagnosed concussions
March 24, 2016

NFL research undercounted diagnosed concussions

NFL research undercounted diagnosed concussions: The National Football League’s research into the dangers of head injuries undercounted diagnosed concussions, making them appear less frequent than they actually were, the New York Times reported on Thursday.

The newspaper, citing confidential data that it obtained, said an investigation showed the U.S. professional football league omitted more than 100 diagnosed concussions from studies the league commissioned from its teams, including severe injuries to stars like quarterbacks Steve Young and Troy Aikman.

The NFL called the newspaper story “sensationalized.”

Concussions have become a focus of medical research and controversy in sports because of growing evidence that repeated head injuries raise the risk of long-term health problems.

“The Times published pages of innuendo and speculation for a headline with no basis in fact,” the NFL said in a statement, adding the research the paper referred to never claimed to include every concussion.

“The studies that are the focus of the Times’ story used data collected between 1996-2001,” the NFL said. “They were necessarily preliminary and acknowledged that much more research was needed. Since that time, the NFL has been on the forefront of promoting and funding independent research on these complex issues.”

The Times said that when it asked the league about the missing cases – more than 10 percent of the total – officials acknowledged the teams were not required to submit their data and some did not. The NFL said in its statement that the research referred to in the story was partly based on team reports that were encouraged but not mandated.

NFL research undercounted diagnosed concussions

The NFL told the newspaper the missing cases were not an attempt to alter the rate of concussions.

Earlier this month for the first time a top NFL official acknowledged a link between football-related concussions and chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), the degenerative brain condition caused by repeated blows to the head.

A group of retired players sued the NFL accusing the league of covering up the risks of concussions. They won a settlement that could cost the league up to $1 billion but some players have appealed the settlement.

The subject drew more attention from the 2015 film “Concussion,” which starred Will Smith as a doctor who fought NFL efforts to conceal his research on brain damage suffered by players.

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NFL global plan: play everywhere, stay nowhere

NFL global plan: The NFL will stage a 2018 regular-season game in China with the Los Angeles Rams serving as the "home" team
March 23, 2016

NFL global plan

NFL global plan: The NFL will stage a 2018 regular-season game in China with the Los Angeles Rams serving as the “home” team, according to the Los Angeles Times.

No opponent has yet been named. No location either, although it’ll be a surprise if it’s anywhere other than 91,000-seat Beijing National Stadium, the centerpiece of the 2008 Summer Olympics. The NFL likes to do things big.

Commissioner Roger Goodell wouldn’t confirm specifics on Wednesday, saying only that the league is “interested” in going to China and a number of teams have said they want to participate.

“The size and influence of China in the global marketplace can’t be ignored,” Goodell said wistfully.

This would be bold, daring and logistically challenging in myriad ways. It’s fraught with failure. It’s also the future the NFL is barreling headlong into. In other words, no matter how American the game of football is, get used to it.
It may be fitting that the Rams will be the home team. As temporary residents of the LA Coliseum, they are freed up while their new palatial stadium is being constructed in Inglewood. Their move from St. Louis ended, or at least curbed, one of the NFL’s most lucrative bargaining chips, gaining sweetheart concessions from existing cities when their franchise threatened relocation to L.A.

While a second team sharing the stadium with the Rams is still an option, is L.A. really ready for two franchises? As such, the most powerful possible relocation target is London, where the league has set up shop since 2007 via the International Series.

London is no longer a threat any mayor in America should take seriously. That’s what China signifies. So too does NFL games being announced in Mexico (2016 featuring the Houston Texans and Oakland Raiders) and speculated for Germany (2017).

London getting a full-time franchise is a back-burner item.

The league’s goal, as reported by Yahoo Sports Charles Robinson this week from the owners’ meetings, is to play games around the globe in an effort to build up interest which can be monetized via international digital media rights. That’s a far greater revenue stream than limiting the league to just one non-U.S. franchise.

It’s not that London isn’t appealing. Its population is nearly nine million, tailing only New York and L.A. There are 40 million more English outside of London and tens of millions more potential fans in Paris, Belgium, Wales and the Netherlands, all just a couple-hour train ride away.

Repeatedly staging games in London has helped produce a dedicated group of football fanatics. Attendance is strong. Television ratings are good. The city has plenty of money, individual and corporate.

It could work.

Except it couldn’t, at least not full-time. The logistics are too great, the burden on all teams too much. Travel, both week of the game and week afterward, shipping equipment, dealing with roster turnover and so on would be an immense challenge in the regular season.

It would become untenable once the team eventually made the playoffs. How do you play Sunday in say San Francisco and then London on Saturday with no advanced notice?

The cost benefits aren’t there. Goodell might covet getting into such a big market, but the NFL is generally cautious and thorough with these things. It took two decades to go back to Los Angles, after all.

China is where this is headed, not to mention Berlin and Sao Paulo and who knows where else.

Having one franchise play eight games in London each season boxes the league into a corner. So why not expand the International Series to eight games a year, play all over the place, and try to duplicate the success of London?

The league is under contract to stage three to four games a year in London going forward, both in Wembley Stadium and a new facility built by the soccer club Tottenham. The new place will be more football friendly – with NFL-sized locker rooms, etc.

Staging the remaining four to five games around mainland Europe (Berlin, Paris, Madrid), Mexico City, Brazil, China and Japan spreads things out. There could be an annual commitment. It could rotate.

The future is mobile and global, not market-by-market via living room televisions. Last season, Yahoo.com broadcast a game from London exclusively over the Internet. The NFL’s goal was to test the global market place. Games can now be sent anywhere and everywhere without dealing with local broadcasts rights and getting on the best channels.

For example, it’s questionable that the NFL could ever garner a big enough slice of the Beijing market to put a franchise there. It would take decades. And even in Beijing, a wealth center by Chinese standards, the median annual income is less than $12,000 U.S., according to a 2015 report by Beijing Today.

By making a big push there, though, could the NFL get just one-tenth of 1 percent of China’s 1.4 billion people to become fans enough to watch at least some games? That would represent a spectacular success, adding 1.4 million viewers, a media market larger than Jacksonville, Buffalo, New Orleans, Charlotte, Indianapolis or Nashville.

“We have fans and potential fans there,” Goodell said.

There’s just too much potential money to not give this a try and too much to put all the league’s international eggs in London’s basket.

The plan could be fairly simple. With eight games a year, each team plays out of country every other year and loses one home game every four.

Some trips are more stressful on teams than others. It takes about six and a half hours to fly from the Northeast to London. It’s about 14 to Beijing. Working that around byes, or even opening a season in Asia, might be an option. Clearly the NFL is willing to try.

Jacksonville, for one, is eager to play internationally every year, with an agreement to stage a game in London each year through 2020 (with a team option that could extend to 2025). The Rams will play in London each of the next two seasons, then reportedly go to China.

Some franchises may want to follow that lead and be more active with this. Others may prefer the opposite. Goodell said more franchises are interested in China “than we can handle and that’s a good thing.”

As such, the International Series will be more than the London Series. It’s been a success thus far, not in paving the way for a franchise in England as initially suspected, but in showing that sustained efforts can create interest abroad.

As technology has changed viewing possibilities, the league is shifting with it. There are bigger and bigger markets to chase.

So China, like it or not, is coming. And it isn’t going way.

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