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FFStatistics Five Interesting Performances: Week 11
In Week 11 of the NFL season, rookies were the talk of the town. Whether they were good or bad, the young guys dominated headlines. We saw players we thought we could trust let us down, some players that just broke through the door of the fantasy landscape, and players we knew had it in them, finally come through. This was definitely a week to look not only at the "Now" but toward the future as well. In honor of the debut of "TheYouthMovementPodcast," the newest podcast to join the FFS family. We're going to take a look at some rookies that everyone should be looking at as the fantasy season winds down. Get your notepads out and let's scout a few of the guys making a name for themselves in 2018, in this weeks FFStatistics...
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34 year old father of 3. I am a foreman for a pool building company where i live. That pays the bills but sports are my passion outside of my family. I was fortunate enough to have a cousin that played pro baseball for 16 years winning the 92 and 93 world series (92 world series mvp) and was a member of the 2004 usa olympic gold medal team and another drafted out of highschool by the Rockies. so i was spoiled when it came to sports. I fell in love with football watching the 92 Dallas Cowboys Run to the title (born in Temple Texas so they were my team) and its only grown from there. im such an unapologetic cowboys fan that my youngest daughters middle name is Dallas. Dont worry though, my content is completely unbiased so enjoy. Thank you.
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