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The end of an era?
Since he was drafted first overall during the 1998 NFL Draft, Denver Broncos' quarterback Peyton Manning has been in the discussion as to who the best... Full Story | Player Stats: Peyton Manning
The forgotten man
By Dave Holcomb | Archive
 
Which Smith is better?
By Max Zelenko | Archive
 
You can only pick one
By Steve Schwarz | Archive
PASSING
# PlayerYards
1Saints Drew Brees 4952
1Steelers Ben Roethlisberger 4952
3Colts Andrew Luck 4761
4Broncos Peyton Manning 4727
5Falcons Matt Ryan 4694

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RUSHING
# PlayerYards
1Cowboys DeMarco Murray 1845
2Steelers Le'Veon Bell 1361
3Eagles LeSean McCoy 1319
4Seahawks Marshawn Lynch 1306
5Ravens Justin Forsett 1266

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RECEIVING
# PlayerYards
1Steelers Antonio Brown 1698
2Broncos Demaryius Thomas 1619
3Falcons Julio Jones 1593
4Packers Jordy Nelson 1519
5Broncos Emmanuel Sanders 1404

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Reference Charts
Team-By-Team Injuries
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Team-By-Team Injuries
 AFC TEAMS:
 NFC TEAMS:
 Matt Jones, RB, WAS5/26/2015 2:15:00 PM 
Description: It appears that rookie running back Matt Jones has the inside track to be the team\'s third-down back. Insight: That is the Roy Helu role from last season. He is apparently ahead of Silas Redd and Chris Thompson and at this point would be the handcuff for Alfred Morris.
 Josh McCown, QB, TAM5/26/2015 11:54:00 AM 
Description: Browns quarterback Josh McCown opened their OTA as the starting quarterback, notes beat reporter Tony Grossi. Insight: As expected McCown is ahead of Johnny Manziel, but it\'s a long time from May until Opening Day in September.


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The All-Improved Team
The NBA is the only sport, out of the four major ones, that has a "Most Improved Player of the Year Award." As a result, with... Full Story | Player Stats: DiengDr.GreenDa.GreenButlerTeague
Smoke and mirrors
By Dave Holcomb | Archive
 
NBA's new "Bulls"-eye
By Dave Holcomb | Archive
 
Frustration in Philadelphia
By Dave Holcomb | Archive
 
POINTS PER GAME
# NamePPG
1Thunder Russell Westbrook28.15
2Rockets James Harden27.37
3Cavaliers LeBron James25.26
4Hornets Anthony Davis24.35
5Kings DeMarcus Cousins24.08

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ASSISTS
# NameAPG
1Clippers Chris Paul10.22
2Wizards John Wall10.03
3Nuggets Ty Lawson9.60
4Thunder Russell Westbrook8.57
5Warriors Stephen Curry7.74

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REBOUNDS
# NameRPG
1Clippers DeAndre Jordan14.95
2Pistons Andre Drummond13.46
3Bulls Pau Gasol11.78
4Mavericks Tyson Chandler11.52
5Magic Nikola Vucevic10.95

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 EAST TEAMS:
 WEST TEAMS:
 Harrison Barnes, SF, GSW5/27/2015 11:59:00 PM 
Description: Warriors small forward Harrison Barnes had his best game of the postseason to help send the Warriors to their first NBA Finals in 40 years. Insight: Barnes shot 50 percent from the field, finishing with a postseason-high 24 points. He also had seven rebounds and a steal. Golden State won the series against Houston, 4-1.
 James Harden, G, HOU5/27/2015 11:57:00 PM 
Description: Rockets guard James Harden had just a terrible Game 5 in the Western Conference Finals against the Warriors. Insight: It was probably the worst game Harden played all year. He shot just 2-of-11 from the field and turned the ball over 13 times. The 13 turnovers is a new NBA playoffs record. Harden shot well at the line and finished with 14 points, six rebounds, five assists and three steals.


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Still one of the best
There have been quite a few disappointing fantasy goalies through the first half of the season, however, Carey Price is not one of them. Price gave...  Full Story | Player Stats: Carey Price
Lightning does strike twice
By Dave Holcomb  | Archive
 
Three waiver wire pickups
By Max Zelenko  | Archive
 
From oil to steel
By Dave Holcomb | Archive
POINTS
# NamePoints
1Stars Jamie Benn87
2Islanders John Tavares86
3Penguins Sidney Crosby84
4Capitals Alex Ovechkin81
4Flyers Jakub Voracek81

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PLUS / MINUS
# Name+/-
1Lightning Nikita Kucherov38
1Canadiens Max Pacioretty38
3Lightning Tyler Johnson33
4Lightning Ondrej Palat31
5Blackhawks Jonathan Toews30

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GOALIE WINS
# NameWins
1Canadiens Carey Price44
2Capitals Braden Holtby41
2Predators Pekka Rinne41
4Lightning Ben Bishop40
5Islanders Jaroslav Halak38

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 METROPOLITAN:
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 Corey Crawford, G, CHI5/27/2015 11:02:00 PM 
Description: Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford was solid again, allowing just two goals on 32 shots in the, 5-2, victory in Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals on Wednesday. Insight: Crawford made 30 saves in the victory. Crawford had a poor Game 5, allowing five goals, but he rebounded nicely for this one. He has a .920 save percentage in this series. Game 7 is on Saturday.
 Frederik Andersen, G, ANA5/27/2015 10:59:00 PM 
Description: Ducks goaltender Frederik Andersen had another poor showing in Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals as Anaheim lost to Chicago, 5-2. Insight: Andersen allowed four goals on 22 shots, making just 18 saves in the game. The final score for Chicago was an empty-netter. In the last three games, Andersen has allowed 13 goals on 90 shots. Up until that point, Andersen was so stellar, but at this point, fantasy owners cannot count on Andersen showing up in Game 7, which is on Saturday.


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Fielder of dreams or another nightmare?
The calendar has flipped over to 2015 and you know what that means don't you boys and girls? It means it's time for my annual Prince Fielder fantasy... Full Story| Player Stats: Prince Fielder
 
Ramirez could be in line for a big season
Max Zelenko | Archive
 
Justin Upton isn't scared
Max Zelenko | Archive
 
Class of 2015: Best seasons
Dave Holcomb | Archive
BATTING AVERAGE
# NameAVG
1Marlins Dee Gordon.376
2Rangers Prince Fielder.368
3Orioles Jimmy Paredes.353
4Indians Jason Kipnis.342
5Dodgers Adrian Gonzalez.341

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RUNS BATTED IN
# NameRBI
1Nationals Bryce Harper43
2Marlins Giancarlo Stanton42
3Mariners Nelson Cruz38
3Rangers Prince Fielder38
3Diamondbacks Paul Goldschmidt38

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EARNED RUN AVERAGE
# NameERA
1Pirates A.J. Burnett1.37
2Dodgers Zack Greinke1.48
3Braves Shelby Miller1.50
4Nationals Max Scherzer1.51
5Athletics Sonny Gray1.77

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 AL TEAMS:
 NL TEAMS:
 Kolten Wong, 2B, STL5/27/2015 11:43:00 PM 
Description: Cardinals second baseman Kolten Wong went 1-for-5 with a solo home run in the, 4-3, victory over the Diamondbacks on Wednesday. Insight: Wong hit a solo shot in the first. St. Louis walked off on an Diamondbacks error in the ninth to win, 4-3. Wong is hitting .316/.373/.483 with six home runs and 23 RBI in 174 at-bats this season.
 Mark Trumbo, LF, ARI5/27/2015 11:42:00 PM 
Description: Diamondbacks outfielder Mark Trumbo was 1-for-2 with two walks and a home run in the, 4-3, loss to the Cardinals on Wednesday. Insight: Trumbo hit his home run in the fourth to score the first Arizona run of the night. The Diamondbacks actually took the lead, 3-2, but the Cardinals scored two runs in the ninth to win. Trumbo is hitting .265 with eight home runs and 22 RBI in 151 at-bats this season.


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