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Week 2 Fantasy Rankings: Wide receiver

Week 2 Fantasy Rankings: Wide receiver
  • Week 2 Fantasy Rankings: Wide receiver FWC: Week 2 Fantasy Rankings: Wide receiver

    Putting together Week 2 fantasy wide receiver rankings is always a challenge. Check out the overreactions, the injury worries, and the WRs on the start ’em/sit ’em bubble.

  • Super Spain thrash Croatia FWC: Super Spain thrash Croatia

    Spain’s next generation of stars put on a sensational show as they inflicted a 6-0 defeat on World Cup finalists Croatia in the UEFA Nations League – the heaviest loss in Croatia’s entire history.

  • The Chiefs’ unique brand of physical dominance, explained in one play FWC: The Chiefs’ unique brand of physical dominance, explained in one play

    The Mahomes to Hill connection is as fun as advertised, and impossible to stop. If there was any doubt about the Chiefs being able to produce explosive plays with a second year quarterback, those concerns can be put to rest. The Chiefs’ offense did whatever the hell they wanted to against the Chargers. The Chiefs were already well-run from a…

  • Stanford's Bryce Love ruled out for Saturday's game with undisclosed injury FWC: Stanford’s Bryce Love ruled out for Saturday’s game with undisclosed injury

    Bryce Love rushed for 136 yards on 22 carries in Stanford’s win over USC last Saturday.

  • Week 2 Fantasy Football Rankings: Running back FWC: Week 2 Fantasy Football Rankings: Running back

    Le’Veon Bell’s holdout and Leonard Fournette’s injury loom over the Week 2 fantasy RB rankings. Which running backs are moving up and which are moving down — and which are worth picking up off the waiver wire.

  • Hewitt: US Open glory not yet sunk in FWC: Hewitt: US Open glory not yet sunk in

    When he arrived in New York, Britain’s Alfie Hewett had one target – to leave with both singles and doubles titles in the men’s open division of the wheelchair tennis draw at the US Open.

  • Players could be forced to pay agents FWC: Players could be forced to pay agents

    The Premier League’s top footballers could soon be forced to pay their own agents – rather than rely on their clubs to pay them – in what is set to be the most radical changes to the way football agents work in England.

  • Rockets in position to make another move? FWC: Rockets in position to make another move?

    The Rockets set a franchise record for most wins in a season with 65 victories last year. The team didn’t take home a coveted NBA championship but GM Daryl Morey believes no matter what pinnacles a franchise reaches, there’s always room to improve.“When you’re trying to win a title there’s always fine-tuning, you can always get better,” Morey said (via…