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Authors Articles by Sam Sudderth '20

Sam Sudderth '20

Sam Sudderth '20
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Week 6 of the NFL came as a shock for some, and a pleasant surprise for others. Mark Ingram picked up where he left off in the Saints offense, Lesean McCoy had 24 carries, Jay Ajayi tore his ACL, and the Cardinals somehow won a game. All of these events and more had a significant fantasy impact for many,...
With the fifth week of football kicking off this Thursday night between the Patriots and the Colts, there are many players you should hope to snag or possibly drop before the start of the week. A big part of Week 5 is players returning to the field after serving 4 game suspensions. These players will hope to make an...
Week 3 provided a more accurate representation for how players will continue to perform, or not perform, throughout the rest of the season. It proved that many players can be consistent with their performances, and that others, despite what you may hope in terms of benefitting your team, are truly inconsistent players. Week 4 also brought upsets, a team's...
For many players, week 2 has significant value in terms of carving out an important role in the team or showing that they can be consistent. Having a good first week does not necessarily mean that they will perform well throughout the season. Having played in 2 games now, players give a glimpse of whether or not they will...
For many players, week one of the NFL started with a bang; high yardage games, touchdowns, broken tackles, interceptions, and highlight reel plays. These players proved that they are not all hype, and they have got what it takes to be great players this season. For other players, week one was full of dropped balls, missed throws, fumbles, interceptions,...
The NFL season kicks off this Thursday leaving all fantasy football players eager for the first matchup between the Eagles and the Falcons. The start of the season brings many questions for fantasy players about their teams. Everyone wonders what players will emerge as sleepers, who will put up disappointing numbers, and who will end their season early due...
Speeding on the ice, the puck glides rapidly towards the boards. It is a sprint to get there first. Each player racing against the other, leaving there trails behind them carved into the ice. Nearing the puck, the player extends his stick and whacks it towards his team mate, barely reaching the puck before his opponent. Moving forward, guarding...
The Chalk-Covered hands of rock-climber Nick Choy reach for the next hand hold. Using every last ounce of strength to beat the wall, he swings his leg upward to the foot space. With one powerful movement, he grabs the last grip, completing the wall. Freshman Nick Choy has been rock-climbing for about two years and isn’t stopping anytime soon. Around...

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