1. Fantasy Bust Alert: Thomas Jones

    Thomas Jones proved to be a steal last year, coming up with big numbers after a disappointing 2007 campaign. He finished with 1,312 rushing yards and a career-high 13 touchdowns...

    Dan Clasgens Written by Dan Clasgens about 5 years ago 321 reads 8 comments

  2. Fantasy Baseball All-Stars: Hitters

    It's time to announce my fantasy all-stars and we start with a look at the hitters. C—Joe Mauer, Minnesota Twins.381 BA, 15 HR, 49 RBI Mauer has been one of the most valued commodities in all of baseball...

    Dan Clasgens Written by Dan Clasgens about 5 years ago 122 reads 2 comments

  3. Cincinnati Reds Interested In Scott Rolen

    The Cincinnati Reds have hovered around the .500 mark for most of the season and currently sit at 41-43. In most years, it would seem that would be enough for the Reds to be sellers at the trade deadline...

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  4. Randy Moss: Fantasy Spotlight

    It was just two years ago that Randy Moss helped re-write the record books, catching 24 touchdowns as the Patriots rolled through a perfect season...

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  5. Fantasy Feedback: Sophomore Breakout

    It’s never too early to start thinking about the fantasy season. Some have already started e-mailing me there questions...

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  6. Fixing Interleague Play

    Interleague play finally winds down in Major League Baseball this weekend, ending the most bizarre setup in all of sports. After 13 years of the stuff, MLB still is missing the boat. I am not anti-interleague, nor do I love it...

    Dan Clasgens Written by Dan Clasgens about over 5 years ago 235 reads 1 comments

  7. Fantasy Football: Where Do They Fall?

    The 2009 Fantasy Football season promises to be one of the tougher seasons to prognosticate in some time. Several factors, ranging from players coming back injuries to guys on new teams and even ...

    Dan Clasgens Written by Dan Clasgens about over 5 years ago 216 reads 7 comments

  8. Fantasy: Zobrist Pick Up of the Year?

    We are through 10 weeks of the fantasy baseball season and while there are still a ton of games to go, it's getting to the point where you can start to figure out which picks were steals and which ones were busts...

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  9. Bengals Beat: Chad Ochocinco Shows Up

    In a bit of surprise move, Chad Ochocinco showed up to the Bengals’ OTAs on Tuesday, a week earlier than expected. He took a physical, then participated in his first voluntary workout with the team since 2007...

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  10. Cincinnati Bengals' Worst Seasons Ever

    The 2008 Bengals started the season by dropping their first eight games, on pace to becoming the worst team in franchise history...

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  11. MLB Draft on TV Will Not Work

    I consider myself to be a pretty big fan of Major League Baseball and I must say I love the MLB Network. Catching the "nation's pastime, all the time" has been a huge success...

    Dan Clasgens Written by Dan Clasgens about over 5 years ago 365 reads 2 comments

  12. Fantasy Outlook: 2009 Bengals

    Prior to last season the Bengals were a hotbed for fantasy owners to pluck for talent on draft day. Carson Palmer, Chad Johnson, T.J. Houshmandzadeh, and Rudi Johnson were all elite performers that could be counted on for big-time production...

    Dan Clasgens Written by Dan Clasgens about over 5 years ago 206 reads 8 comments

  13. The Cincinnati Bengals: A Lost Generation

    When your favorite team has only mustered one winning season in 18 years, it's sometimes hard to remember why they're your favorite team to begin with. Often in sports, fans are not made, they are born...

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  14. Bengals Have 10-Win Potential

    They say football is a game of inches. In the salary-cap era of the NFL, the difference between 6-10 teams and 10-6 teams is minimal. Coming off a 4-11-1 season in 2008, it sounds a bit far fetched to look at the Cincinnati Bengals as a playoff contender.

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  15. Votto, Phillips Out of Cincinnati Reds Lineup

    The Cincinnati Reds got a big boost on Saturday when first baseman Joey Votto returned to the line-up for the first time in eight days. Votto homered in his first two at bats, but the Reds lost to the Cleveland Indians 7-6...

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  16. Changes Ahead in Cincinnati Bengals' Offense

    It doesn’t take rocket science to figure out that when your team finishes 4-11-1 that changes need to me made. The Cincinnati Bengals wiped the slate clean this off-season after a disappointing ...

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  17. Homer Bailey Returns to the Reds' Rotation

    The Reds placed pitcher Edinson Volquez on the 15-day disabled list on Thursday due to back spasms, paving the way for Homer Bailey to return to the majors. Bailey will pitch in Volquez's spot Saturday night against the Indians...

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  18. Chris Henry: The Next Chapter

    Later this summer the Cincinnati Bengals will welcome the crew of HBO’s Hard Knocks for 50 days to their practices, inside their locker room, and everywhere in between for an all-access look at the team...

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  19. Bengals: The Zimmer Touch

    Before becoming the Cincinnati Bengals’ head coach Marvin Lewis made a name for himself as one of the best defensive minds in the NFL...

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  20. Volquez Pulled with Back Spasms

    The Reds dropped their second straight game to the Padres on Saturday as they lost to the Padres 6-5 in 16 innings. The loss could turn out to be more costly than just the standings would indicate...

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  21. Flashback: 1988 Bengals

    It’s hard to believe that it has been over 20 years since Joe Montana drove the 49ers the length of the field to hit John Taylor for a scoring strike with 0:32 on the clock, as San Francisco knocked off Cincinnati to win Super Bowl XXIII...

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  22. Around The NFL

    Let's check out some of the latest headlines from around pro football... BENGALS PICKED BY HBO HBO Sports, NFL Films and the Bengals announced the Bengals will be the subject of HBO's ...

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  23. Triple Crown: Filly Favored in Preakness

    There hasn't been a Triple Crown winner in horse racing since 1978, and it appears unlikely that we will see one this year either...

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  24. Votto Day-To-Day

    WIRE TO WIRE - Listen to our latest Reds podcasts as we break down the winning streak and set the table for the rest of the month and beyond I must admit I was a networking event last night and looked and saw Joey Votto getting carried off the field...

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