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Who is the best Survivor Pool pick for Week 8

  • Dallas Cowboys (77%, 17 Votes)
  • Denver Broncos (14%, 3 Votes)
  • Detroit Lions (9%, 2 Votes)

Total Voters: 22

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Bo Mitchell 2014 Week 8 Fantasy Football Position Rankings

Every week during the 2014 NFL season I’ll post my weekly position rankings to help you set your fantasy lineup (as will Anthony Maggio). Adjustments will be made throughout the week to account for news, injuries, etc. Post questions in the comments below or on Twitter @Bo_Mitchell.

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Aaron Rodgers at New Orleans
Peyton Manning vs. San Diego
Andrew Luck at Pittsburgh
Philip Rivers at Denver
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Maggio Week 8 Fantasy Football Position Rankings

Every week during the NFL season I’ll post my weekly position rankings to help you set your fantasy lineup (as will Bo Mitchell). Adjustments will be made throughout the week to account for news, injuries, etc. Post questions in the comments below or on Twitter @MPLSMaggio.

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Week 8 Fantasy Football Pants Party Podcast

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Bet the Mortgage: Week 8, 2014 NFL Best Bets

Well, after a couple big weeks, Tony was probably due for a downer. He had backed off a weekly-betsbit, citing tough lines, and it was probably good he did. It wasn’t a disastrous week, but the 1-3 mark dropped him behind me for the season.

I’ve been slowly and steadily going up more than down. Last week a 3-1 accelerated the pace. Here are the standings for the season.

  Week 7 Season Week +/- Bankroll Season +/-
Tony 1-3 16-12 -$1,400 $14,906 +$4,906
Andy 3-1 17-11 +1,472 $15,430 +$5,430

 

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Ballsy: Maggio’s Week 8 Waiver Wire Wonders

Every Thursday on 1500ESPN’s Fantasy Football Pants Party, Anthony Maggio and Bo Mitchell field their Ballsy teams—a full fantasy lineup comprised only of players available in at least half of ESPN leagues. Each week Zoneblitz.com will publish a preview, with my top rated at each position among the Ballsy-eligible players.

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Wolf, Polian are first HOF Contributor Candidates

The Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Contributor Committee has nominated Bills and Colts GM Bill Polian and Packers GM Ron Wolf as the first two candidates for enshrinement through the new contributor position created earlier this year.

Polian and Wolf were selected from a list that reportedly included 11 candidates:

  • Paul Tagliabue
  • Eddie DeBartolo
  • Pat Bowlen
  • Art Modell
  • Art McNally
  • Steve Sabol
  • Gil Brandt
  • Bobby Beathard
  • George Young
  • Polian
  • Wolf

Polian and Wolf will advance automatically to the final vote, along with senior committee nominee Mick Tingelhoff, where they will need a “yes” vote from 80 percent of the full committee in order to earn induction into the Hall of Fame.

Polian was instrumental in building the Buffalo Bills into four-time Super Bowl participants in the 1990s and he also drafted Peyton Manning to Indianapolis, which led to a Super Bowl win and a number of playoff appearances. Wolf rebuilt a long-wayward Packers team, trading for Brett Favre and winning a Super Bowl in the process.

The addition of the contributor slots has been controversial. Many favored separating executives, referees and other non-players from the players to give them a better chance to compete. Regular readers to this space largely agreed, but were critical that doing so meant one fewer senior committee selection in three of the next five seasons.

More coming on this announcement later. Share your thoughts on these two nominations below.

The HOF Contributor committee's selections will result in:

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