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Jeff Pasquino

Fantasy football advice with our fantasy insider Jeff Pasquino right here! Who are some studs, duds and sleepers for Week 3 in the NFL? How about for the Thursday Night football telecast between the Bucs and the Falcons? Listen in here and win the week! Follow Pasquino on Twitter.

KC Joyner

The Football Scientist on here to look at Week 3 in the NFL. Joyner starts with the Eagles game vs. the Redskins where we will see DeSean Jackson (hopefully) return to the Linc. Joyner said that Nick Foles wasn't making good decisions last season and he's continuing that trend, thus far. Joyner is getting the sense that Foles is playing too cautious and he's not wanting to make a mistake. Joyner also talks about the WRs without DJAX and how that is effecting Riley Cooper and Jeremy Maclin. Perhaps Cooper is not the type who can beat his man game in and game out. Follow Joyner on Twitter.

John McMullen

He is a national columnist with The Sports Network. Each week, McMullen goes around the NFL for a week 3 preview. Where does he see an upset? Where does he see a blowout? We also talk to McMullen about the state of the NFL and how the league can improve matters with all the bad PR it's received for it's handling of domestic violence cases. Read that article we discussed in this interview right here. It's all here in our weekly Thursday chat with John McMullen! Follow McMullen on Twitter.

John Keim

ESPN NFL nation reporter John Keim checked in with Mike Gill at 5:05 to talk Eagles and Redskins. DeSean Jackson was limited in practice today, only riding a stationary bike. The plan, according to head coach Jay Gruden is to test the injured shoulder tomorrow, before they travel to Philadelphia on Saturday. Keim said that he isn't sure about the ROI on signing DJAX. Keim also said that he's seen many 'culture changes' throughout his time and it comes down to your QB play and of course wins and losses. There is a definite different atmosphere and vibe, he's not a micro manager like in past years. Follow Keim on Twitter.

Dave Isaac

Our Flyers insider updates us on the status of Kimmo Timonen and what the future holds for the beloved Flyer who could be retiring after this season. It's possible that he'll never play again due to blood clots. How have the Flyers replaced Timonen? In a variety of ways with free agents and incoming rookies. We won't know anymore on Timonen until after the new year it looks like. Follow Isaac on Twitter.

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