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Fantasy Football 2018: The Madden Curse and Training Camp Previews

Co-Hosts David Burke and Adam Cubbage discuss the ‘Madden Curse’ and how it will impact Antonio Brown, upcoming NFL training camp battles (in New Orleans, Houston, Dallas, Seattle, and Miami) to watch, The importance of making sure players can play, and much more! 14 more words

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Be on the lookout in your mailbox for the 2018 Houston Texan magnetic schedule!   I have just finished stuffing envelopes and mailing out these schedules. 53 more words

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2018 AFC South Standings Predictions

  1. Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jaguars surprised many last season by coming very close to going to the super bowl. However, this team could be just as good in 2018 as they were when they almost knocked off the Patriots in the AFC Championship last year. 1,535 more words

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Fantasy Football 2018: All About The Rookies

Co-Hosts David Burke and Adam Cubbage discuss the NFL Draft, what surprised them on draft night, their top-10 rookies in fantasy football for 2018, who to target in rookie only drafts in round two and beyond, and they debate rostering players who are better real life players than fantasy assets.

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NFL Good Guy J.J. Watt Makes Another Massive Donation

A gas main explosion in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin devastated the Madison suburb on Tuesday night. Firefighter Cory Barr was killed in the explosion, which injured 15 people; Barr was the only fatality. 691 more words

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J.J. Watt Donates $10K To Help Fallen Firefighter's Family

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt has donated $10,000 to help the family of a Wisconsin firefighter killed in an explosion. 183 more words

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J.J. Watt Donated $10,000 To Family Of Firefighter Killed By Explosion

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Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt was named the NFL’s 2017 Walter Payton award winner for his charitable efforts off the field after Hurricane Harvey devastated the Houston area last fall. 215 more words

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