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212area has new update 13 hours ago Falato’s Fantasy Corner: New Fantasy Football podcast debuts
Lingo even casual Fantasy Football players should know Nick Falato discussed some of the more rudimentary terms of Fantasy Football while providing a lot of tips and tricks on how to maximize said terms in the inaugural episode of Falato’s Fantasy Corner. In this episode Know the lingo about the sport within a sport: Waiver wire: How to maneuver, work, and manipulate your league mates to put yourself in a better position to win your league. Most casual players fail to successfully take advantage of the waiver wire; Nick discusses the importance of the tool and how to maximize it to your advantage. PPR: Means “Points Per Reception.” It’s vital to fantasy success to KNOW your league settings and scoring format before the draft. Way too many people go into drafts blind and it’s such a dereliction of duty. By knowing the format, you’ll increase your odds of having success. ADP: Means “Average Draft Position.” Where players are being drafted throughout the industry. This is a consensus list on specific players that gives fantasy owners an idea of where the player’s value lies. Streaming: A fantasy ideology that is popular with quarterbacks, defenses, and tight ends. Instead of having an every-week starter at a position, you play the matchups and work the waiver wire to get the most points out of each week. Handcuff: A term used when you draft a star running back and his back-up. If the star suffers an injury, then you have the backup to fill his void instead of losing out on a potential great fantasy position (i.e. Minnesota RB). RBBC: Running back by Committee. A.K.A., not the most desirable fantasy outcome for star running backs. Teams like the New England Patriots have been known to utilize RBBCs. Super Flex: Instead of the normal “Flex” position, a super flex allows a team to start a second quarterback. This changes the entire draft strategy and gives quarterbacks more precedent in a league. Snake Draft: Typical fantasy drafts where the first pick in the first round selects last in the second round and the last pick in the first round selects first in the second round. Auction Draft: A much more comprehensive draft style where owners auction players with a cap set at an agreed amount of money. FAAB: Means “Free Agent Acquisition Budget.” Adds a totally different dynamic to the waiver wire. Instead of waiver claims, an owner has to commit a part of their waiver budget to select a player off the waiver wire. The owner who puts the most money forward is rewarded with the player. IDP Leagues: “Individual Defensive Player.” Leagues that have a slot designated for defensive players that accrue fantasy points through tackles, pass defense, interceptions, sacks, and tackles for a loss. Keeper Leagues: A-league where owners keep players from the previous year and sacrifice the upcoming draft selection depending on where the kept player was selected the year prior (i.e. spending a 12 round pick on Mark Andrews and losing a 12 in the upcoming draft). Ceiling & Floor: A player’s ceiling is the highest he should score in a given week and his floor is the lowest. Stacking: A strategy commonly used in DFS (Daily Fantasy Sports) where a quarterback is teamed up with his receiver, running back, or tight end. Then if the quarterback throws a touchdown to the receiver, it’s double the points because each player is rewarded a touchdown. Stacks can also be had for defenses and kick returners.
212area has new update 13 hours ago Giants news, 8/7: Dalvin Tomlinson on growth of Patrick Graham, more
Photo by Michael Hickey/Getty Images Friday Giants and NFL headlines Good morning, New York Giants fans! Dalvin Tomlinson talks about Patrick Graham Current Giants’ defensive coordinator Patrick Graham was the team’s defensive line coach when Dalvin Tomlinson was a rookie defensive tackle in 2017. Tomlinson has grown into a solid player and a leader since then. He said Thursday during a videoconference that Graham has also grown. “He is a great guy who has grown a lot. You can just tell it’s a lot of pretty much the same techniques,” Tomlinson said. “I always catch him coming into the D-line room and talking to us all the time. We are his favorite group, I guess you could say, because he used to be a D-line coach. He’s always teaching us different techniques that remind me of the stuff he used to teach my rookie year. A lot of great stuff going on and we just keep improving on the techniques he’s teaching us.” Entering his fourth season, Tomlinson said Graham’s defense allows him to be “super aggressive” and that it reminds of his collegiate days playing for Alabama. More headlines Identifying the Biggest Missing Element in Giants' Pass Rush “It’s an environment that has to be created,” Umenyiora said of pass rushers on a team. “(Lorenzo) Carter, (Oshane) Ximines—these guys can be very good pass rushers, but somebody has to be there to explain to them and teach them the actual art of pass rushing.” Here's why Giants' Daniel Jones, not Kyler Murray, could be this year's MVP-level breakout QB - CBSSports.com Opt-out deadline passes, with 67 NFL players taking option - ProFootballTalk J.J. Adams: No block party for Rysen John in New York, Giants camp is all about business | Winnipeg Sun “I walked around the neighbourhood before training camp started, but I haven’t driven or Ubered anywhere, so I haven’t hit up the city,” said the 22-year-old. “My main focus has been training camp, ever since I’ve been here, ever since I flew into New Jersey. My experience out here has been pretty surreal, honestly. “Playing Division 2 football, and now jumping up to the NFL level … like I said, it’s the dream. You dream of this as a kid, and now it’s right here in front of your hands,” he added. “You have to take advantage of the opportunities that you have right now. So far it’s been a blessing, pretty surreal, but at the same time though just trying to stay focused on what I need to do and just do my part.” In case you missed it Giants’ roster move: Dominique Ross, UDFA linebacker, waived Coronavirus or not, Daniel Jones focused on improving both personally and as a team this season Five cornerbacks on other rosters who could help the Giants Blake Martinez wants to be “calming factor” on Giants’ defense How Giants’ Daniel Jones stacks up vs. other NFL starting quarterbacks Nick Gates: Giants aim to give him “fair shot” at center and tackle BBV Podcast You can find and subscribe to Big Blue View radio from the show’s home page. You can find all the shows on our Big Blue View Radio Hub Page. You can also find the shows and subscribe on all your favorite podcast apps: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Pocket Casts | Spotify | Stitcher | RSS Other BBV platforms BBV on TwitterBBV on FacebookBBV on InstagramBBV Radio (available on all of your favorite podcast platforms)BBV on YouTube
212area has new update 13 hours ago Inside Benjamin Bifalco’s alleged plot to fix an NCAA basketball game
Benjamin Bifalco graduated from Wagner College on Staten Island last year with a major in finance and minors in government and political science. But he did his most intense research for a senior project at which he failed miserably: attempting to fix an NCAA college basketball game. For this, he is now facing up to...
212area has new update 13 hours ago Rockefeller Center’s Top of the Rock Observation Deck Reopens to the Public
On Thursday, August 6, the famous Top of the Rock observation deck reopened to the public after temporarily closing in March 2020. Located atop 30 Rockefeller Plaza in Midtown the historic observatory offers 360-degree views of New York City, including some of the best vistas of the Empire State Building and the rising skyline of Billionaires' Row.
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Friday Specials in New York City

 
304 W 56th St, New York NY, 10019
Happy Hour
All House Brands $5.50
Selected Wines By The Glass $5.50
All Beers $5.00
 
783 8th Ave, New York, NY 10036, New York NY, 10036
Happy Hour Mon-Fri Until 8pm
$6 Bud, Bud Light, and Coors Light
$7 Sauvignon Blanc & Pinot Noir
$8 Margaritas, Cosmos, Peach Sangria, Lychee Martini, Pomegranate Fizz & Strawberry Basil Martini
 
25 W 51st St, New York City NY, 10019
Happy Hour M-F 4pm-7pm
$5 select drafts
$8 select wines by the glass
$9 specialty cocktails
 
348 W 52nd St, New York NY, 10019
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