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“The League: Season 2' FX The League: Season 2 This FX series follows a group of friends obsessed with their fantasy-football league, although its comedic appeal reaches beyond big sports fans.”
“In a real-life plot twist, the National Football League came close to crashing the storyline of "The League," a TV show on cable channel FX about six friends who play in a fantasy-football game.”
“Some marketers dreaming of more revenue are gambling on the fantasy-football phenomenon.”
“The NFL could then sell that to statistics companies and fans, who want every piece of data they can find to improve their fantasy-football teams.”
“One of the many tricks of management the New England Patriots have displayed in recent years is the ability to find receivers most people consider too small or too slow and turn them into fantasy-football pinups.”
“In the wake of the NFL lockout's resolution, the Eagles scooped up free agents as if they were picking players in a fantasy-football draft—cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha, defensive end Jason Babin, quarterback Vince Young, tackle Cullen Jenkins, running back Ronnie Brown and wide receiver and former Giant Steve Smith among them.”
“Note to all fantasy-football aficionados: Brandon Jacobs doesn't like you.”
“Right after he helps us pick our fantasy-football team.”
“With backfields growing more crowded, a handful of stars holding out or serving suspensions and several teams breaking camp without a clear lead receiver, fantasy-football owners are facing unprecedented confusion.”
“We asked nine fantasy-football experts to label some of this year's most controversial players as overrated, underrated, or just right.”
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