BORN TO RUN



Axios Sports unveiled its 2019 Fantasy Football rankings this week. Topping this year’s list is: 1. Alvin Kamara, Saints. 2. Sauqon Barkley, Giants. 3. Christian McCaffrey, Panthers. 4. David Johnson, Cardinals. 5. James Conner, Steelers. 6. Todd Gurley, Rams. 7. Le’Veon Bell, Jets. 8. Devonta Freeman, Falcons. 9. Joe Mixon, Bengals. 10. Ezekiel Elliott, Cowboys (holdout pending). To view the complete Top 25 list of RB Rankings for 2019 click here.

On Today’s Scorecard

NFL – Eagles: 1-5 SUATS preseason Thursdays … Falcons: 0-7 SU / 1-6 ATS preseason vs. AFC East … Bengals: 0-7 UNDER preseason vs. NFC East, Redskins: 1-5 UNDER preseason Home One … MLB – Cubs: Darvish 9-2 $ August … Braves: Teheran 8-2 $ vs. NL East this season … Angels: Heaney 5-1 $ August … Astros: Sanchez 7-0 $ August, Athletics: Fiers 8-0 $ August.

Grinding Out The Profits

What you learn one week can often set the table for the next. Consider: in Week One of the NFL preseason Cleveland used a rushed tempo, no-huddle offense as QB Baker Mayfield took the Browns 89 yards for a score in just over two minutes. And that was without his main weaponry … Washington QB Dwayne Haskins threw two picks and showed that he’s just not ready for the starting gig … QB Josh Rosen overcame brutal protection to lead solid drives, completing 13-of-20 passes for 191 yards … Buffalo rookie RB Devin Singletary accounted for 16 rushing and 21 receiving yards as part of a 46-yard scoring drive for the Bills. He was elusive and patient and was called “a natural” by the ageless wonder Frank Gore … The Jaguars drafted a good one in Ryquell Armstead, who ran hard showcasing dominance and shiftiness for his first real NFL action … Patriots’ rookie N’Keal Harry looked good, but also got hurt: Harry made two excellent, physical catches but then limped off to be looked at by medical staff …
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