Aaron Rodgers on the Cover of ESPN The Magazine’s NFL Fantasy Preview


Aaron Rodgers on the Cover of ESPN The Magazine’s NFL Fantasy Preview

Aaron Rodgers on the cover of ESPN The Magazine
Aaron Rodgers on the cover of ESPN The Magazine

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After hearing “no” for most of his football career, Aaron Rodgers paved his own way to becoming a Pro Bowl quarterback. He has gained respect from Packers teammates and fans by showing that not only is he a good player but he has good character as well. In “Above It All,” ESPN The Magazine writer Tim Keown looks at how far Rodgers has come, and reveals why you will want to draft him in your fantasy league this year. Also in The Mag’s NFL Fantasy Preview, on newsstands now, writer Christopher Harris lists 13 genuine revelations that will help you dominate your league, in the Fantasy Football Strategy Guide “So Crazy It’s Genius.”

Now that the 2010 FIFA World Cup is over, ESPN The Magazine’s Luke Cyphers takes a glimpse back on the past four weeks to see how World Cup South Africa fever has affected the U.S.’ view on soccer—and what it could mean for the sport in the future, in “Transition Game.” And… “Player X,” MLB, talks about what it’s like to hear your name mentioned in swirling trade rumors, most of the time without even knowing the real truth to the situation.

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Fantasy Football Preview:

Draft of the Titans

Think your draft is a gathering of pigskin maniacs? Peek inside the rubber room of Vegas’ World Championship of Fantasy Football, a gathering of the earth’s most competitive players. By Justin Heckert – Link

Pick This Way

Lesson No. 1: Don’t walk into a draft empty-handed. Lesson No. 2: Do walk into a draft with this cheat sheet in your hands.

Also in ESPN The Magazine:

‘Til Debt Do Us Part (MLB)

Frank and Jamie McCourt are in the middle of a bitter divorce. At stake: money, pride and the LA Dodgers. By Molly Knight – Link

NASCAR’s Got 99 Problems, But Racing Ain’t One

What’s a racing circuit to do when ratings and attendance are down? Follow our 12-step plan for recovery! By Ryan McGee – Link

Born To Be Hated, Dying To Be Loved (NBA)

Going from top prospect to pariah has been hard on Rashad McCants. Getting back in the NBA won’t be easier. By Chris Palmer – Link

24/7 Card Stud (Poker)

For every poker star there are dozens of guys like Eric Baldwin, who plays fringe tournaments to bluff a buck. By Tim Struby – Link

“I’m More Of An Artist” (Tennis)

Tennis’ Gael Monfils already has the style. His fans would like to see him add a little substance. By Carmen Renee Thompson – Link

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Jennifer Cingari Christie

Based in New York City, Jennifer Cingari Christie is a Communications Manager for ESPN Films and Original Content. Her projects include the critically-acclaimed 30 for 30 documentary series, ESPN The Magazine and The ESPYS, among others.
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