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NFL is Back – Fantasy FootBall is back – My Life is Back

Football is Back – NFL is Back – My life is Back

Oh Yeah baby, NFL is back, and you can expect it to be just as intense as it has always been. 1 key factor will be different, you won’t have screaming fans. Maybe 1, this guy….ME.

Now although the stands will be empty due to social distancing, my fantasy football is back, and that is a whole lot of awesome. Now that the dust has settled, let the trash talking resume.
Be sure to check out our post on fantasy football resources. The exhaustive list we put together includes every excellent Twitter follow. All the best podcasts, blogs, and websites you should be visiting, and apps to download to your phone. Find that at our Fantasy FootBall Guide article.

NFL, Football, back live
NFL is Back Baby!

Yes, there are a few changes:

No Fans in the stands – Who wants covid anyways?

Players won’t be hovering over each other on the sidelines

No Cheerleaders 🙁 No Mascots No Sideline Reporters

We lost some NFL players who opted out. More than 66 opted out to date…

8 of the 66 were from the New England Patriots!!! They are going to have one hell of a bad season.
Here’s the full list of opt outs in the order they opted out:

Shon Coleman, OT, San Francisco 49ers

Travis Benjamin, WR, San Francisco 49ers


Josh Doctson, WR, New York Jets


Malcolm Pridgeon, G, Cleveland Browns

Drew Forbes, G, Cleveland Browns

Colby Gossett, G, Cleveland Browns


Rashaan Melvin, CB, Jacksonville Jaguars


Brad Seaton, OT, Tampa Bay Buccaneers


Lucas Niang, OT, Kansas City Chiefs


Albert Wilson, WR, Miami Dolphins

Allen Hurns, WR, Miami Dolphins


Rolan Milligan, S, Indianapolis Colts

Marvell Tell, CB, Indianapolis Colts


Sam Beal, CB, New York Giants

Nate Solder, OT, New York Giants

Da’Mari Scott, WR, New York Giants


Russell Bodine, C, Detroit Lions

John Atkins, DT, Detroit Lions


Colby Gossett, G, Cleveland Browns


Ukeme Eligwe, LB, Las Vegas Raiders


Marcus Gilbert, OT, Arizona Cardinals


Skai Moore, LB, Indianapolis Colts


Andrew Billings, DT, Cleveland Browns


D.J. Killings, DB, Las Vegas Raiders

Jeremiah Valoaga, DE, Las Vegas Raiders


Jordan Lucas, S, Chicago Bears


Josh Harvey-Clemons, LB, Washington Football Team


Ja’Wuan James, OT, Denver Broncos


Christian Miller, OLB, Carolina Panthers


Geronimo Allison, WR, Detroit Lions


Jamize Olawale, FB, Dallas Cowboys


Matt LaCosse, TE, New England Patriots

Patrick Chung, S, New England Patriots

Dont’a Hightower, LB, New England Patriots

Brandon Bolden, RB, New England Patriots

Marcus Cannon, OT, New England Patriots

Danny Vitale, FB, New England Patriots

Najee Toran, C/G, New England Patriots


E.J. Gaines, CB, Buffalo Bills

Lerentee McCray, DE/LB, Jacksonville Jaguars


C.J. Mosley, LB, New York Jets


Marqise Lee, WR, New England Patriots

Chandler Brewer, OT, Los Angeles Rams


Isaiah Prince, OT, Cincinnati Bengals

Josh Tupou, DT, Cincinnati Bengals


Damien Williams, RB, Kansas City Chiefs


Devin Funchess, WR, Green Bay Packers


Jordan Mack, LB, Carolina Panthers


Marquise Goodwin, WR, Philadelphia Eagles


Michael Pierce, DT, Minnesota Vikings


Star Lotulelei, DT, Buffalo Bills


Eddie Goldman, DT, Chicago Bears


Anthony McKinney, OT, Tennessee Titans


Jason Vander Laan, TE, New Orleans Saints

Cole Wick, TE, New Orleans Saints


Eddie Vanderdoes, DT, Houston Texans


Kyle Peko, DT, Denver Broncos


Stephen Guidry, WR, Dallas Cowboys


Andre Smith, OT, Baltimore Ravens


Caleb Brantley, DL, Washington Football Team


Maurice Canady, CB, Dallas Cowboys


Chance Warmack, G, Seattle Seahawks


De’Anthony Thomas, WR, Baltimore Ravens


Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, G, Kansas City Chiefs


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