Tuesday’s Lead: Week 1 Fantasy Football Rankings for PPR, Standard Leagues

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Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports, Pictured; New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara (41) celebrates with wide receiver Austin Carr (80)

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Week 1 Fantasy Football Rankings!

They’re here. Finally. Our award-winning fantasy crew spun up Flex and position-by-position rankings for PPR, Standard and Half-Point PPR leagues. You’re welcome…

Lay the Mack Down
The Monsters of the Midway got more monstrous this weekend as the Bears acquired Khalil Mack from the Oakland Raiders for two first-round draft picks and a significant portion of Jon Gruden’s dignity. How good is the newly minted highest-paid defensive player in NFL history? Pretty good, apparently. After Mack landed with Chicago, da Bears’ Super Bowl odds shortened from 100-1 to 40-1

Key Injuries To Know
Perhaps Drake said it best: “I’m like a sprained ankle, boy. I ain’t nothing to play with.” Keeping up with injuries is an important, yet tedious, part of being an invested NFL bettor. Here are all the bum ankles, creaky shoulders, and every other bodily ailment we’re monitoring ahead of Week 1

Spreads, Over/Unders
One page with clearly laid out betting odds for every Week 1 game? We exist to provide you with exactly that


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To Tell the Truth

One of the best ways to grow as a bettor is to dig deeper than the final score. College football scores can often be misleading because of turnovers, bad luck, or a damn marching band coming onto the field during play. Ken Barkley picked out a few dishonest box scores from Week 1, and would you look at that — Alabama played better than their 37-point win over Louisville suggests…

Bah, Harbaugh
Week 1 is in the books and the biggest (and most bet) game of the weekend included Michigan coming up short in crunch time like a pair of faulty dentures. You just hate to see something like that happen to everyone’s favorite gambling grinch, Jim Harbaugh…

Week 2 Projected Spreads
Looking to get a head start on the market? Collin Wilson provided his projected spread for every Week 2 college football game to help you get the best number possible…


Paul Lo Duca

Buffalo at Baltimore (under 40.5). Paul likes the Ravens to beat the Bills in a low-scoring affair…

See All of Paul’s Picks

BlackJack Fletcher

Tennessee -1 at Miami. The Dolphins ain’t gonna be swimming up field that often this season with Ryan Tannehill at the helm…

See All of BlackJack’s Picks

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Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports, Pictured; Juventus midfielder Miralem Pjani (5) and Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale (11)


Colleges Podcast: Stuckey and Collin are back for the newest episode of “The Action Network Colleges Podcast” featuring the debut of our Bad Beats Hotline

Champions League: The soccer world is on international break for the next fortnight, which gives us time to mull over Champions League futures odds

Ryder Cup: After winning his second tournament on the bounce, Bryson DeChambeau is a lock for the Ryder Cup. Who will be joining the idiosyncratic star? Jason Sobel weighs in

Recency Bias: Lane Kiffin’s Florida Atlantic University Owls laid an egg against Oklahoma on Saturday. While everybody else is selling FAU, John Ewing is advising you to buy low

Is Roger Coming Around?: Roger Goodell hasn’t been too keen on the whole gambling thing, but is the Commish adjusting with the times? A new policy allows NFL players to accept comps from casinos up to $250