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Nate Gerst

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I'm a contributor at Sports Unbiased, and a Fantasy Football and NFL writer. My goal is to bring you the facts that can help you win your fantasy league. Once the facts are provided the rest is up to you.

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New Orleans Saints Record: 11-5 Offense Passing: 2nd Offense Rushing: 25th Defense Passing: 2nd Defense Rushing: 19th Seattle Seahawks Record: 13-3 Offense Passing: 26th Offense Rushing: 4th Defense Passing: 1st Defense Rushing: 7th Keys to the Game New Orleans: The Saints have finally won their first road playoff game in franchise history and are one step closer to the Super Bowl. Last week they kicked a last minute field goal to beat Philadelphia in a tough game. This week it doesn't get much easier as they prepare to travel to Seattle to take on the Seahawks. The Saints will need to follow a simple game...

New Orleans Saints Record: 11-5 Offense Passing: 2nd Offense Rushing: 25th Defense Passing: 2nd Defense Rushing: 19th Philadelphia Eagles Record: 10-6 Offense Passing: 9th Offense Rushing: 1st Defense Passing: 32nd Defense Rushing: 10th Keys to the Game New Orleans: The Saints are coming off a very convincing win at home versus the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. However, during week 15 and 16, the Saints lost back-to-back road games. The Saints have had a hard time on the road this season; they have only won three of their eight games. This weekend they travel to Philadelphia where the fans will be loud and the...

Kansas City Chiefs Record: 11-5 Offense Passing: 24th Offense Rushing: 10th Defense Passing: 25th Defense Rushing: 22nd Indianapolis Colts Record: 11-5 Offense Passing: 17th Offense Rushing: 21st Defense Passing: 13th Defense Rushing: 26th Keys to the Game   Kansas City: The Chiefs played the Colts in week 16 and lost 23-7. There were several problems throughout that game that they need to correct this time if they want to win. First, the Chiefs must limit the amount of turnovers. Last time they had 4 turnovers and I don't care if your the greatest team on earth, it's hard to win a game when you...

NFL fans are classified as some of the craziest fans of all sports. These fans are willing to bear the weather just to watch their team. It doesn’t matter if it’s 110 degrees in Texas or eight degrees and snowing in New England, you will always find NFL fans anytime of the year in any weather rooting for their team, however, when does passion go too far? In the past few years around the NFL there have been key incidents that make me question, how far is too far? Throughout the years there have been several fans killed around the league, death threats to players, and more. One incident was when Brandon Jacobs took a screen shot of...

Over the last few seasons many analysts and NFL players have stated that the game of football has been getting too soft.  In fact, some people may say they could watch a game of backyard football that is more physical than the NFL.  Now that might be an exaggeration but the fact is that the NFL has been trying to remove the physical nature of the sport; adding new penalties and rules that prohibit players from certain contact in one way or another. The NFL has went as far as removing the old ESPN segment “Jacked Up.” I am sure many of you remember the segment where Shannon Sharpe would be screaming and yelling “YOU GOT JACKED...

As we approach week 13 of the NFL season, the AFC playoff race is heating up. For teams like the New England Patriots, Denver Broncos, and Kansas City Chiefs it seems they will be a sure lock to be one of the top six teams. However, the interesting race seems to be for the last wild card position which is currently head by the 5-6 Tennessee Titans. All the teams fighting for the last wildcard spot have losing records and with five games remaining anything could happen. Let the fun begin!     Denver Broncos - 9-2 The Broncos are currently in first but with a loss this past weekend things have gotten closer for the top...

The Buffalo Bills made a statement on Sunday that the season is far from over. In a lopsided win over the New York Jets the Bills are now 4-7 and 2-2 in the division. Unfortunately for many Bills fans, Buffalo usually is out of the playoff race by this time every year. However, this year that is not the case (not yet at least). Yes, Buffalo is a long shot to make the playoffs but fans and players are finding a reason to “Billieve.” Buffalo finds themselves still in the playoff hunt for the last wildcard position, but this isn't going to come easy. Buffalo has their bye week this coming week and after that they need to play some...

Detroit Lions Record: 5-3 Offense Passing: 2nd Offense Rushing: 21st Defense Passing: 26th Defense Rushing: 14th Chicago Bears Record: 5-3 Offense Passing: 14th Offense Rushing: 13th Defense Passing: 23rd Defense Rushing: 29th Keys to the Game Detroit: Over the last four match ups versus the Bears, Calvin Johnson has had 19 catches, 231 receiving yards, and a lone touchdown. For a guy who just had 329 receiving yards in one game, many would expect better stats. Now if the Lions want to win they will have get Johnson involved but their focus should be getting that rushing attack back. Reggie Bush and...

Buffalo Bills Record: 3-6 Offense Passing: 28th Offense Rushing: 7th Defense Passing: 18th Defense Rushing: 17th Pittsburgh Steelers Record: 2-6 Offense Passing: 8th Offense Rushing: 28th Defense Passing: 4th Defense Rushing: 31st Keys to the Game Buffalo: Buffalo has gone through three different quarterbacks this season thus far, but this week they may get their starter EJ Manuel back. The Bills, and the fans, both hope he can come back, but that doesn't guarantee a W. This week they face the Steelers who have done very well at defending the pass. So, instead of relying on their quarterback to throw it all...

Washington Redskins Record: 3-5 Offense Passing: 12th Offense Rushing: 5th Defense Passing: 28th Defense Rushing: 22nd Minnesota Vikings Record: 1-7 Offense Passing: 23rd Offense Rushing: 16th Defense Passing: 29th Defense Rushing: 11th Keys to the Game Washington: Robert Griffin III looks to finally be back, Alfred Morris is running well, and the offense is clicking, but why do the Redskins only have three wins? Well, you have to point at the defense. The defense ranks in the bottom half the league and only has nine interceptions and five fumble recoveries. If the Redskins want to continue to be in the...
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