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FFG: ESPN’s Beth Mowins

The Featured Football Girl series profiles fascinating women who are in some way under the NFL's umbrella.  Beth Mowins set her career goal at a very young age. Raised in Syracuse, New York in the 1970’s. she was enthralled with all sports, including the NFL. Though she lacked allegiance to a particular NFL ...

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Cleveland Browns Buying Guide

With fantasy draft day fast approaching, Pat Fitzmaurice is taking a team-by-team look at every key player’s fantasy football value relative to his current ADP (average draft position). We move to the Factory of Sadness in Cleveland.  To borrow a phrase from the band Fun...

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How Feminism Could Have Saved Hugh Freeze and Ole Miss

I am your typical Ole Miss fan. My whole family went there. I was raised to revere The Grove, the Manning family, and devote Saturdays to my beloved Rebels. I’ve never lost a . I am not your typical Ole Miss fan. My family isn’t from Mississippi. I was raised to question the church, fight the patriarchy, and devote my time to supporting social ju...

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Fitz on Fantasy: Complete Fantasy Football Rankings by Position

Fantasy draft season is approaching full swing and player value is rapidly crystallizing. Take Cowboys rusher Ezekiel Elliott who’s ADP has dropped from 1.03 to almost 1.06 over the past month, largely due to reports that a short suspension from a year-long domestic violence investigation looms. I have Elliott all the way down at 1.09 for reasons that...

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Colin Kaepernick may be without a team but he’s still generating plenty of revenue for the NFL. Kaepernick ranks no. 39 on the NFLPA’s list of the Top 50 players, based on NFL licensed merchandise sold. The period tallied extends from March 1 to May 31. Kaepernick officially opted out of his contract on March 3 as the new 49ers regime made clear the...

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Letter from the Editor: There’s No Place Like Home

Most things in life are passing ships in the night. Relationships. Jobs. Fantasy football rosters. Then there are the few pillars that inspire sustained passion. For me, TheFootballGirl.com is one of those gems. The site humbly launched back in 2009.  Tom Brady only had three Super Bowl rings and fidget spinners did not yet rule the world. I launche...

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