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Art Stapleton, a Giants beat reporter for The Record, offered a fantastic nugget on Twitter early Wednesday. He referenced Week 4 Fantasy Football hero Larry Donnell’s retelling of his own benching. That’s right. All of the fantasy owners that were wringing their hands for benching or neglecting to pick up the big tight end were […]

How did Week 3 treat you? Are you banking on a huge Monday night performance from Peyton Manning or members of his band of merry men? There was some good, some bad and some downright ugly play on the Sunday slate. Colin Kaepernick owners are wringing their hands following another terrible performance. The absence of […]

The NFL kicked off the 2013 season with a high-scoring, wild affair in Denver. Peyton Manning posted a game for the ages, ripping apart a tired and over-matched Baltimore defense. The game played even for a half prior to Michael Oher’s injury, and the surgeon-like Manning went to work. Naturally, Harmon was quick to reach […]

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Harmon’s Podcast 7.15 includes chatter on the Major League Baseball All-Star Game, the Home Run Derby, trade rumors and a lot about social media and pop culture. The Zimmerman-Martin decision came down on Saturday night, and many athletes took to Twitter with a response. For Roddy White and Victor Cruz, their word choices were regrettable […]

I could have copped out and put Kevin Ogletree in this spot. As much as I’d like to celebrate the “one-percenters” out there that had the little-used wide receiver on their rosters (and his family members who started him), Tony Romo gets the nod for the opener. Of course, many owners raised their eyebrows and […]

The “Cinderella” story of 2011 got off to a rocky start. Victor Cruz, the darling of fantasyland, a best-selling author and story of perseverance, had a night he’d rather forget. Cruz finished the night with six catches for 58 yards to lead the Giants, but he also finished the game with several drops. The Cowboys’ […]

The eyes of the sporting world are starting to drift toward London for this iteration of the Summer Olympic Games. The Olympic Trials have been televised in prime time, and my Twitter feed has been chock-full of updates about fantastic finishes, the glory of Michael Phelps and that excitement that builds just ahead of the […]

The Giants drafted Reuben Randle out of LSU this April, and he was expected to work into the rotation and amass those targets vacated by Mario Manningham. On Thursday, those plans changed when it was revealed that Hakeem Nicks sustained a serious foot injury during OTAs. He broke the fifth metatarsal of his right foot […]

I spent the better part of the past 48 hours updating my blurbs on the top 90 fantasy options at wide receiver. Yes, I know that there are inevitable adjustments to be made as players are injured and depth charts are updated. I would have liked to have had the ink dry before starting to […]

At 6-foot-2 and 300 pounds, Liuget has the size to clog up the middle. He’s a solid defender against the run and recorded 12.5 tackles for loss for the Illini. The Chargers ranked fourth against the run last season (93.8 yards per game), but surrendered 14 rushing touchdowns. Next up: New York Giants

Mark Kriegel of FOXSports.com welcomes Super Bowl champion and FOX TV analyst Michael Strahan and Ed O’Neill of “Modern Family” and “Married With Children” to talk some football, fame and drive. Barfly with Michael Strahan and Ed O’Neill

By now you know, the Vikings deactivated Brett Favre for Monday night’s game against the Giants because of his ailing shoulder. It took all of about 10 minutes for the online shop on BrettFavre.com to offer up memorabilia commemorating the occasion. On one level, I have to throw my hands up and say, “Really?!” On […]

If you go channel-surfing through your cable listings, you’ll stumble across the AMC Fearfest. You can find the best and worst (some of those sequels were terrible, no matter how much you love the genre or the “star”) of the horror world. I propose that they chop up the first six weeks of the NFL […]

I didn’t sleep well last night. Perhaps it was the gallon of glorious coffee coarsing through my veins (sponsors are welcome to inquire) or perhaps it was some of the football that I viewed on Sunday. There were some fabulous moments along the way, but there was seemingly some ugliness at every turn. Any football […]

The 2009 NFL season provided more than a few chills, spills and thrills along the way. We entered the year with grand expectations at tailback, and conventional wisdom kept the draft board running back-heavy in the opening rounds. That age-old strategy just might fall to the wayside in 2010 given the number of pass-happy attacks […]