Need a friendly ear and some direct advice for your survival pool picks? Friend me on Facebook. Or hit me up on Twitter @kevinkaduk. Earlier this week, I asked every member of our survival football panel to submit their top 3 picks. Jay Hart, one of our esteemed editors, wrote back almost immediately
A new season of the National Football League is upon us and wide receivers everywhere can finally feel free to be themselves without worrying about being hit in the pocketbook.
Two of the top three favorites are on the road and two other solid picks are teams that might have poor seasons. What's a survival football player to do?
After winning last season’s Super Bowl and stocking up even more in the offseason, the New England Patriots should again be survival football’s equivalent of the silver bullet. You know, in case of emergency, break glass for Tom Brady. There’s a possibility the Patriots could be favored in each game
From this point, you can still look at the schedule grid and fantasize about making it through to the end unscathed. Or is it? It’s hard to ever feel that optimistic about survival football because the margin for error is so small. Are you ready to flaunt one of survival football’s biggest guidelines
Between traditional fantasy leagues, survival pools, confidence pools and DFS, there is no shortage of routes to get a little action on your normal weekend of NFL games. On Friday’s episode of “Grandstanding,” we introduced the game and held the first draft among its first four participants: Frank Schwab
Do you like picking the outcomes of professional football games? While thousands have learned to love the fun that is Yahoo’s annual survival football contest, this year promises to be the best edition yet.
Sergio Garcia said he “wasn’t very smart” after deciding to slam his club into a bush during Friday’s second round of The Open Championship. The defending Masters champion had a frustrating fourth hole, taking out his anger on some nearby bushes.
Joey Votto (right) made sure Zack Cozart got the ball from his first All-Star hit. Give this to Joey Votto: He knows All-Star history when he sees it. According to C. Trent Rosecrans of the Cincinnati Enquirer, Votto immediately instructed a team rep to do anything necessary to retrieve the ball that
On the eve of his number-retirement ceremony in Chicago, Mark Buehrle confirms the tallest of tall tales about his playing career.
Talk about awkward. “I don’t really like New York,” Hayes said in March. “It’s too big, it’s dirty, trash everywhere, too many people."
Russell Beckman is suing the Bears over his right to wear Packers gear. Should the Chicago Bears have the right to deny field access from fans wearing opposing colors? Green Bay Packers fan Russell Beckman doesn’t think so — and he’s taking the Bears to court over his right to wear green and gold at
Somewhere there’s a Fox Sports researcher who wants to get away. In an awkward but funny moment, Joe Buck saw a woman kiss Brooks Koepka after he won the 2017 U.S. Open in record-tying fashion. The Fox Sports announcer identified the woman as Becky Edwards, a pro soccer player who used to be in a relationship
Jordan Spieth wasn’t part of the high-profile horde of players that missed the cut at Erin Hills. “Today was an off day,” Spieth told reporters afterward at Erin Hills. The problem is that Spieth has been taking too many Ls at majors since melting down at last year’s Masters.