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Friday morning start/sit links

I'm meeting some of my buddies from Sports Data Hub this morning - they're from Colorado, which is where we originally met, and they're out here in the big apple enjoying a Sports Media & Technology conference. Should be good to talk shop with them a bit. This morning's post might be a bit light on commentary but I'll be back later with more links and the consensus start/sit picks for the week.

So jumping right in, let's get to the morning linkage...

Comments

Mike Clay said…
Appreciate you getting the AFC Depth Chart Notes posted!

Just to clarify, I rotate between the AFC and NFC each week. This week (the one that was linked) is the AFC. Next Wednesday afternoon, the NFC version will be available.

Thanks, again. I hope all of you find them useful. I know I refer to them at least 20 times a day.
scotteb said…
Loved the helmet design link. Of the three re-designs, I think I liked the Tampa Bay helmet best, but the Patriots one wasn't bad either. Washington really needs to change its team name, and the new helmet just emphasizes that to me.
lechrus2 said…
Shocking the degree of disparity in the rest-of-season rankings between the two sources - RotoArcade and ESPN - even after half of the season has been played.

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