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- Published: 22nd Jun 2010
- ISBN: spamftball00109
- Pages: 228
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A team-by-team preview of the season featuring 228 stat-packed pages. Includes schedules, a review of the draft, detailed recaps of the previous season, depth charts and all the stats you could possibly need. It also offers predictions for the upcoming season as well as complete fantasy rankings.
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The Sporting News guide is a must have for any self respecting NFL fan and this year's edition is no exception. It's full of the usual team and player analysis, behind the scenes articles and fantasy analysis. My only quibble is their prediction for the AFC West. The Broncos at 4-12 behind the Raiders and Chiefs. Shurely, shome, mishtake...
Posted on 26th Jul 2010 at 21:00:44 BST.
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