Thursday, June 2, 2016

2010 Fantasy Football: Tight End (TE) Best Value Picks

2010 fantasy football draft guide: tight end TE best value picks. Welcome to the 2010 fantasy football season! Here are my top 3 tight end TE best value picks to begin the 2010 fantasy football season. Best value picks are based on a standard mixed NFC/AFC single season redraft fantasy football league for the 2010 season. Tight end TE best value picks are based on players who offer the best value at their likely draft position in 2010 fantasy football drafts. These players will likely have a history of successful seasons in the NFL, and because of their history, are somewhat safer and more reliable draft picks for fantasy football teams during the 2010 season. For additional fantasy football rankings and draft tools, check out my Blog at Hawk Fantasy Sports.

Tight End (TE) Best Value Picks

Zach Miller – Oak
If you are looking for outstanding value at the tight end position for a mid round draft pick in your fantasy football league, then look no further than Zach Miller in the forgotten land of Oakland. New quarterback Jason Campbell is a tight end loving passer, which was more than evident in Washington as he made Chris Cooley into the leading receiver for the Redskins. Gifted with outstanding size, speed, and pass catching ability for a tight end, Miller who is commonly ranked around the #15 spot among all fantasy football tight ends, could easily make a leap into the top 10 scoring tight ends during the 2010 season, with an outside shot at being a top 5 scoring tight end.

Brent Celek – Phi
After posting an outstanding 971 receiving yards and 8 touchdowns last season, Celek is still commonly underrated in fantasy football tight end rankings entering the 2010 season. In terms of overall fantasy football value, the difference between scoring for the #1 drafted tight end and Celek will likely amount to an average of 1-3 points less per game for fantasy teams. So with a draft pick likely 20 plus spots after the #1 drafted tight end, fantasy football teams can get essentially the same tight end value later in their draft.

Owen Daniels – Hou
Before Daniels suffered his torn ACL injury midway through the 2009 season, he was on the verge of having a huge breakout season. So while knee injuries are definitely a concern in football, Daniels at just age 27 is plenty young enough to recovery fully and make a push to become an elite tight end in the NFL during the 2010 season. With a pick around the #10 tight end drafted in your fantasy football league to begin the 2010 season, Daniels offers fantasy teams the value of being a top 5 scoring tight end in 2010.

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2010 Fantasy Football -- FREE Printable Cheat Sheet

The one thing that is essential to have at any live fantasy football draft, is a fantasy football cheat sheet with position rankings. Over the years I have used a cheat sheet at all of my fantasy sports drafts, and cannot imagine drafting my teams without one. However there is one problem that I experience every year, and that is finding a good FREE printable cheat sheet to use.

While numerous fantasy football websites offer printable cheat sheets, they typically only have cheat sheets available that offer rankings for one position per page. In other words, you have to print off one page for the quarterback, one page for the running backs, one page for the wide receivers, and so on down the line for each position. To say it lightly, this is a major pain. Not to mention I rarely agree with their rankings anyway, which really defeats the purpose of having a cheat sheet at your draft in the first place. So instead of relying on and using other websites for my printable cheat sheet, I have created my own all-in-one free printable fantasy football cheat sheet for the 2010 fantasy football season.

Offering a couple of different fantasy football printable cheat sheets to choose from, including a cheat sheet with individual IDP player rankings, as well as cheat sheets with and without BYE weeks. You can view each cheat sheet by following the specific cheat sheet article link below:
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2010 Fantasy Football – Free Printable Cheat Sheet — includes: QB-RB-WR-TE-K-D-DL-LB-DB

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2010 Fantasy Football – Free Printable Cheat Sheet — includes: QB-RB-WR-TE-K-D-DL-LB-DB (WITH BYE WEEKS)

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2010 Fantasy Football – Free Printable Cheat Sheet — includes: QB-RB-WR-TE-K-D-TOP 75

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2010 Fantasy Football – Free Printable Cheat Sheet — includes: QB-RB-WR-TE-K-D-TOP 75 (WITH BYE WEEKS)

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2010 Fantasy Football – Free Printable Cheat Sheet — includes: QB-RB-WR-TE-K-D-DL-LB-DB (WITH BYE WEEKS) — Large Font

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2010 Fantasy Football – Free Printable Cheat Sheet — includes: QB-RB-WR-TE-K-D-TOP 100 (WITH BYE WEEKS) — Large Font

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PRINTING DIRECTIONS: (if needed) — CONTINUE PAGE 2

When printing this 2010 Fantasy Football Cheat Sheet, a new webpage will open when clicking on the article title link above. (if the page does not open, it is likely because you have your pop-up blocker on and you will need to disable it for the time being)
When you see the cheat sheet, Right Click anywhere on this webpage and select “PRINT PREVIEW
The print preview page should open and display the cheat sheet ready to print on one single page.
If this is the case, then go ahead and click Print.

If the cheat sheet does NOT appear to print on one single page, then check these printing settings:
Make sure that the setting “shrink to fit” is selected on the print preview page so that all information is listed on one single page.

If this does not work, check these additional printer settings:
Set all margins to 0.25 inches, but set the bottom margin at 0.50 inches
Select “portrait” for the page orientation
Delete any headers and footers

For more Fantasy Football rankings, check out my Blog at Hawk Fantasy Sports

Good luck at your draft and in your league this season!

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2010 Fantasy Baseball: Starting Pitcher (SP) Comebacks

2010 Fantasy Baseball Draft Guide: Starting Pitcher (SP) Comebacks. Starting Pitcher (SP) Comeback selections are based on a standard scoring system in mixed AL/NL fantasy baseball leagues for the 2010 season. Scoring system stats include: wins, losses, strikeouts, era, and whip – (W, L, K, ERA, WHIP). IP = innings pitched during the 2009 season.

Starting Pitcher (SP) Comeback selections are based on players who have the potential to post a significant increase in pitching statistics during the 2010 season, as compared to their 2009 or previous season stats. Each players age for the 2010 season is provided after their name.

Top 10 – Starting Pitcher (SP) Comebacks 2010

#1 – Jake Peavy – Chicago White Sox (29)
After several years of being considered a potential top 5 overall fantasy baseball starting pitcher, Peavy’s fantasy baseball stock is at the lowest value it has ever been over the last 6 years. Several rankings across numerous fantasy baseball sites, have Peavy typically ranked somewhere between the #20 and #30 slot among all fantasy baseball SP options entering the 2010 season, with some sites even ranking Peavy after the top 30, including yahoo fantasy baseball who has Peavy ranked at #36 among all SP eligible pitchers. In my book, if you can draft Peavy anywhere after the top 20 SP taken, you will be getting an absolute steal for your fantasy baseball team in 2010. Expecting a return to an ERA around 3.00 or below, as well as 200 plus strikeouts and potentially 15 plus wins, is definitely possible from Peavy during the 2010 season.
2009 Stats: 101 IP, 9 W, 6 L, 110 K, 3.45 ERA, 1.12 WHIP
2010 Stat Projections: 200 IP, 15 W, 6 L, 220 K, 2.95 ERA, 1.15 WHIP

#2 – Brandon Webb – Arizona Diamondbacks (31)
Anytime a major league pitcher returns from shoulder surgery, you never know what to expect, no matter who the pitcher is. Brandon Webb is no different entering the 2010 season, as he could easily return to his previous All-Star caliber performance as a starting pitcher, or he could easily endure rough times on the mound while trying to regain his pre-injury form. With essentially a 50/50 percent chance at being an outstanding comeback player or a major bust, I will take my gamble on selecting Webb as a successful comeback player during the 2010 season. I think numbers in the range of 12 wins, 160 strikeouts, and an ERA around 3.30 is reasonable to expect from Webb during the 2010 season.
2009 Stats: 4 IP, 0 W, 0 L, 2 K, 13.50 ERA, 2.00 WHIP
2010 Stat Projections: 180 IP, 12 W, 6 L, 160 K, 3.30 ERA, 1.20 WHIP

#3 – Chad Billingsley – Los Angeles Dodgers (25)
After an All-Star performance as a SP over the first half of the 2009 season, Billingsley completely fell apart during the second half of the season. With this bitter taste in the mouths of numerous fantasy baseball managers entering the 2010 season, Billingsley is carrying basically zero hype among fantasy baseball managers entering their leagues draft for the 2010 season. Typically ranked outside the top 20 overall SP for fantasy baseball teams, Billingsley at just age 25 has not even entered his prime yet, and already has a major league season of 16 wins, 201 strikeouts, and a 3.14 ERA under his belt from the 2008 season. All in all, the potential for Billingsley to have an outstanding bounce back season in 2010 is definitely possible.
2009 Stats: 196 IP, 12 W, 11 L, 179 K, 4.03 ERA, 1.32 WHIP
2010 Stat Projections: 210 IP, 16 W, 8 L, 220 K, 3.40 ERA, 1.25 WHIP

#4 – Ervin Santana – Los Angeles Angels (27)

#5 – Scott Kazmir – Los Angeles Angels (26)

#6 – Ricky Nolasco – Florida Marlins (27)

#7 – Francisco Liriano – Minnesota Twins (26)

#8 – Shaun Marcum – Toronto Blue Jays (28)

#9 – Tim Hudson – Atlanta Braves (34)

#10 – Justin Duchscherer – Oakland Athletics (32)

For additional Fantasy Baseball Rankings and Info check out my Blog at Hawk Fantasy Sports

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2010 Fantasy Football: Quarterback (QB) Busts

2010 fantasy football draft guide: quarterback QB busts. Welcome to the 2010 fantasy football season! Here are my top 3 quarterback QB busts picks to begin the 2010 fantasy football season. Bust picks are based on a standard mixed NFC/AFC single season redraft fantasy football league for the 2010 season. Quarterback QB bust picks are based on players who have a high probability of posting a major decline in fantasy football stats for the 2010 season, or simply will have a hard time living up to their fantasy football expectations for the 2010 season. For additional fantasy football rankings and draft tools, check out my Blog at Hawk Fantasy Sports.

Quarterback (QB) Busts

1. Brett Favre – Min
If a true fantasy football bust defines a player who will be drafted early in fantasy football drafts and has a major regression in stats as compared to their previous season, then Brett Favre is easily one of my top picks to become one of the biggest busts in fantasy football leagues in 2010. At age 40 to begin the 2010 season, and then turning 41 midway through the season, Favre will likely have a near impossible time replicating his 4200 passing yards, 33 touchdowns, and 7 interceptions season from 2009 again in 2010. As a backup QB on a fantasy football team, Favre is worth it. As an every week starter, no way.

2. Ben Roethlisberger – Pit
The combination of off-field issues as well as on-field losses on offense for the Steelers, should without a doubt hurt Roethlisberger’s fantasy football value in 2010. Suspended for the first 6 games of the 2010 season, Roethlisberger will not only have to return midway through the season to find success, but he will also have to contend with not having Santonio Holmes (traded), Limas Sweed (Achilles injury – will miss the entire 2010 season), and Willie Parker as weapons to use on offense. If you ask me, I am steering clear of Big Ben on any of my fantasy football teams in 2010.

3. Vince Young – Ten
A ridiculously strong finish to the 2009 season has plenty of fantasy football managers jumping back on the Vince Young bandwagon to begin the 2010. However I will not be one of those managers who are about to be ripped off by Young in 2010. As a late round flyer pick I might be willing to spend it on Young, but as a mid round backup QB draft pick, I would rather take my chances on drafting a mid level RB who could breakout.

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2010 Fantasy Football Rookie Rankings - Linebacker (LB)

2010 Fantasy Football Linebacker LB Rankings Rookie Rankings are based on a standard mixed NFC/AFC single season redraft fantasy football league for the 2010 season. LB position eligibility includes defensive players who are LB position eligible. Individual player profiles, scouting reports, and stat projections will be available as the 2010 season approaches. For additional 2010 Fantasy Football Rankings and Draft Tools check out my blog at: http://ift.tt/1SU8ZB5

Linebacker (LB) Rookie Rankings are based on a standard fantasy football scoring system, with scoring categories including:
Solo Tackle: 1 point
Assisted Tackle: .5 point
Interception: 3 points
Sack: 2 points
Pass Defended: 1 point
Forced Fumble: 2 points
Fumble Recovery: 2 points
Blocked Kick: 2 points
Safety: 2 points
Touchdown: 6 points

1. Rolando McClain – 1st round 8th pick – Oakland Raiders
2. Sean Weatherspoon – 1st round 19th pick – Atlanta Falcons
3. Daryl Washington – 2nd round 47th pick – Arizona Cardinals
4. Sergio Kindle – 2nd round 43rd pick – Baltimore Ravens
5. Rennie Curran – 3rd round 97th pick – Tennessee Titans
6. Sean Lee – 2nd round 55th pick – Dallas Cowboys
7. Brandon Spikes – 2nd round 62nd pick – New England Patriots
8. Koa Misi – 2nd round 40th pick – Miami Dolphins
9. Pat Angerer – 2nd round 63rd pick – Indianapolis Colts
10. Donald Butler – 3rd round 79th pick – San Diego Chargers

Other Linebacker (LB) Rookies

Roddrick Muckelroy – 4th round 131st pick – Cincinnati Bengals
Ricky Sapp – 5th round 134th pick – Philadelphia Eagles
Navorro Bowman – 3rd round 91st pick – San Francisco 49ers
Eric Norwood – 4th round 124th pick – Carolina Panthers
O’Brien Schofield – 4th round 130th pick – Arizona Cardinals
Darryl Sharpton – 4th round 102nd pick – Houston Texans
Perry Riley – 4th round 103rd pick – Washington Redskins
Phillip Dillard – 4th round 115th pick – New York Giants
Thad Gibson – 4th round 116th pick – Pittsburgh Steelers
AJ Edds – 4th round 119th pick – Miami Dolphins
Keenan Clayton – 4th round 121st pick – Philadelphia Eagles
Stevenson Sylvester – 5th round 166th pick – Pittsburgh Steelers
Arthur Moats – 6th round 178th pick – Buffalo Bills
Travis Goethel – 6th round 190th pick – Oakland Raiders
Josh Hull – 7th round 254th pick – St. Louis Rams

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2010 Georgia Bulldogs Football Schedule and Results

Set forth below is the 2010 Georgia Bulldogs Football Schedule: it includes each game date, opponent, location, result/time, team record, and AP Top 25 weekly ranking, if applicable.

Led by freshman quarterback Aaron Murray, the Georgia Bulldogs football team enters its 119th year as one of the winningest programs in college football history. The Georgia program has won three national titles, twelve conference championships, and achieved a .646 overall winning percentage.

The 2010 Georgia Football Schedule includes games against familiar foes and perennial SEC rivals: Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Kentucky, Mississippi State, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Vanderbilt. The 2010 schedule also includes non-conference games against Colorado, Georgia Tech, Idaho State, and Louisiana-Lafayette.

2010 Georgia Bulldogs Football Schedule and Results Week 1

Date: September 4, 2010
Opponent: Louisiana Lafayette
Location: Athens, Georgia
Result/Time: W 55-7
Record: 1-0
AP Top 25 Ranking: 23

2010 Georgia Bulldogs Football Schedule and Results – Week 2

Date: September 11, 2010
Opponent: South Carolina
Location: Columbia, South Carolina
Result/Time: L 17-6
Record: 1-1
AP Top 25 Ranking: 22

2010 Georgia Bulldogs Football Schedule and Results – Week 3

Date: September 18, 2010
Opponent: Arkansas
Location: Athens, Georgia
Result/Time: L 31-24
Record: 1-2
AP Top 25 Ranking: N/A

2010 Georgia Bulldogs Football Schedule and Results – Week 4

Date: September 25, 2010
Opponent: Mississippi State
Location: Starkville, Mississippi
Result/Time: L 24-12
Record: 1-3
AP Top 25 Ranking: N/A

2010 Georgia Bulldogs Football Schedule and Results – Week 5

Date: October 2, 2010
Opponent: Colorado
Location: Boulder, Colorado
Result/Time: L 29-27
Record: 1-4
AP Top 25 Ranking: N/A

2010 Georgia Bulldogs Football Schedule and Results – Week 6

Date: October 9, 2010
Opponent: Tennessee
Location: Athens, Georgia
Result/Time: W 41-14
Record: 2-4
AP Top 25 Ranking: N/A

2010 Georgia Bulldogs Football Schedule and Results – Week 7

Date: October 16, 2010
Opponent: Vanderbilt
Location: Athens, Georgia
Result/Time: W 43-0
Record: 3-4
AP Top 25 Ranking: N/A

2010 Georgia Bulldogs Football Schedule and Results – Week 8

Date: October 23, 2010
Opponent: Kentucky
Location: Lexington, Kentucky
Result/Time: W 44-31
Record: 4-4
AP Top 25 Ranking: N/A

2010 Georgia Bulldogs Football Schedule and Results – Week 9

Date: October 30, 2010
Opponent: Florida
Location: Jacksonville, Florida
Result/Time: L 34-31
Record: 4-5
AP Top 25 Ranking: N/A

2010 Georgia Bulldogs Football Schedule and Results – Week 10

Date: November 6, 2010
Opponent: Idaho State
Location: Athens, Georgia
Result/Time: W 55-7
Record: 5-5
AP Top 25 Ranking: N/A

2010 Georgia Bulldogs Football Schedule and Results – Week 11

Date: November 13, 2010
Opponent: Auburn
Location: Auburn, Alabama
Result/Time: L 49-31
Record: 5-6
AP Top 25 Ranking: N/A

2010 Georgia Bulldogs Football Schedule and Results – Week 12

Date: November 27, 2010
Opponent: Georgia Tech
Location: Athens, Georgia
Result/Time: W 42-34
Record: 6-6
AP Top 25 Ranking: N/A

Source(s):

“Historical Scores – Georgia,” jhowell.net
“2010 NCAA Football Rankings,” ESPN
“Georgia Schedule and Scores,” University of Georgia

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2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa by EA - Video Game Review

The World Cup is a huge deal for millions of people around the world and, though Americans tend to not be among these people, EA has pleasantly created a game for those of us who enjoy the most popular sport in the world. The game is a huge improvement over the previous FIFA World Cup video games, which featured disappointing graphics and stunted gameplay. Instead, EA has really put the pedal to the medal to add the little details that make a sports game so fun.

Graphics and Premise

For those unfamiliar, the FIFA World Cup is the largest soccer tournament in the world where nations compete to decide who is the best team of all. The matches can be extremely exciting and extremely competitive, so a video game representing it should capture this. EA does make an effort this go around to add a little more excitement and real-world feel to this game by their clever use of cut scenes to sidelines where we see realistic representations of famous coaches. The crowd, though still somewhat cardboard, is more realistic than every and their chants reflect which teams are playing. Unfortunately, the fan cheering does not always match the action of the game very realistically, which can be a tad frustrating. You’ll be asking yourself “why are they cheering now?” all too often when playing FIFA World Cup South Africa.

However, this game does a better job than any previous EA FIFA game at making you feel like you’re in the action. Players can choose from a whopping 199 nations, making the possibilities near endless, and EA has put the extra work in to make sure that the famous players from each of these teams are easily recognizable. The great graphics of the Playstation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii allow players to really look like they’re standing right in front of you.

Gameplay

FIFA World Cup is designed to please past EA players as well as people new to soccer gaming. EA wisely invented a two button mode, where players pass, shoot, and dribble without having to know complicated button placements. The game also feels more realistic than ever: balls will hit referees, players will run into one another organically, and the ball falls through the air in perfect physics. Besides the normal mode of controlling your team, this game also features a Captain Your Country mode where you control a single player throughout the tournament. Most useful of all for this style of gaming is a new detailed performance box that explains how well your doing during the match instead of afterward. This really helps you know what to do and what not to.

Story of Qualifying is a number of very difficult challenges that allow you to relive famous moments or create your own. One of the most powerful additions to this game, however, is the online play. Not only is online multiplayer available, but EA will upload new realistic scenarios as the World Cup is going on. The game is great on many levels, but falls through on a few minor details. The announcers have annoyingly little to say; they repeat themselves even more than in normal FIFA Soccer games, which will have you wanting to put them on mute after a while. The game features new music, as with all FIFA Soccer games. The game gets about an 8/10.

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2010 Fuel Efficient Trucks

A truck is a great vehicle to have, but they are even better when they get great gas mileage. If you are thinking about purchasing a new 2010 truck, consider one of these gas saving rigs.

2010 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab 2-WD

The standard Vortec 2.9L I-4 engine offers an EPA estimated 25mpg on the highway and 18mpg around town. The available 3.7L I-4 engine offers an EPA estimated 23mpg on the highway and 17mpg around town, while the Vortec 5.3L, V8 engine offers 20mpg on the highway and 15mpg around town.

The Chevy Colorado has a lot to offer, including its standard 4-wheel anti-lock braking system, head curtain side-impact airbags, stabilityTrak with traction control, OnStars Automatic crash Response for the first year and 44 cu. ft. of cargo room. The Colorado is backed by a 100,000 mile/5year transferable Powertrain limited warrant and has a vehicle starting price of $16,985.

2010 GMC Canyon

The 2010 GMC Canyon, with its Vortec 2.9L Inline 4-cylinder engine with 4-speed automatic or 5-speed manual transmission, gets an EPA estimated 25mpg on the highway and 18mpg around town. It has a starting price of $16,985 and 100,000 mile/5year GMC Powertrain limited warranty and courtesy transportation with roadside assistance.

Standard features include 44 cu. Ft of cargo room with two-tier loading, seating for 5 adults, cruise control, automatic locking rear differentials and heavy duty Z85 suspension. There are standard head curtain side air bags on each side of vehicle to protect the first and second row passengers and one year of OnStar is included with the safe and sound plan. The Canyon is available in Summit White, Red Orange Metallic, Onyx Black, Navy Blue, Fire Red, Merlot Jewel Metallic, Grey green Metallic and Pure Silver Metallic.

2010 Suzuki Equator Extended Cab

Available with an aluminum16-valve DOHC in-line 4-cylinder engine and 5-speed manual transmission, the 2010 Suzuki Equator Extended Cab gets an estimated 23mpg on the highway and 19mpg around town. With a starting price of $17,520, the Equator is backed by American best 7-year 100,000 Mile Powertrain warranty including roadside assistance and courtesy vehicle program.

This rugged sports truck has many safety features to offer including its 4-wheel Anti-lock Braking System with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD), dual-stage driver and front passenger airbag restraint system, Roof-mounted curtain side-impact and rollover airbags for head protection, front seat-mounted side-impact airbags. Available exterior colors are Liquid Metal Metallic, Glacier White, Gunpowder Black and Red River.

2010 Toyota Tacoma Double Cab 4×4

4.0-liter DOHC EFI V6 with automatic 5-speed transmission, get an EPA estimated 20mpg on the highway and 16mpg around town. The 2010 Toyota Tacoma is a low emission vehicle and pushes 236 horsepower at 5200RPM.

Features of the Tacoma include seat mounted side airbags, front and rear side curtain airbags, anti-lock brake system, 3-point seat-belts in all front and rear seats, child restraint system and rear child door locks. Starting at $26,750 the 2010 Toyota Tacoma is available in Super White, Pyrite Mica, Timberland Mica, Black Sand Pearl, Silver Streak Mica, Magnetic Gray Metallic, Speedway Blue and Barcelona Red Metallic.

2010 Honda Ridgeline RTS

The 2010 Honda Ridgeline RTS with its 3.5-liter 24-valve SOHC I-VTEC V6 engine with 5-speed automatic transmission gets an estimated 20mpg on the highway and 15mpg around town. Available in Bali Blue Pearl, Alabaster Silver Metallic and Dark Cherry Pearl and has a starting price of $31,555.

The Ridgeline RTS comes standard with a variable torque management 4-wheel drive system, 4-wheel independent suspension and locking rear differentials. Safety features include the anti-locking brake system, dual stage, multiple threshold front airbags, front side airbags, side curtain airbags with rollover sensor, vehicle stability assist with traction control to keep you in charge and a tire pressure monitoring system to keep you informed.

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2010 Father's Day Gift Guide for the Fishing Dad

Do you have a Dad who loves to fish? There is nothing your fishing Dad would love better on Father’s Day then some great fishing items. Not sure what to get your favorite fishing Dad? Read more to find your Dad the perfect gift this Father’s day.

Solid Oak Fishing Rack $25

If you’re looking for something that’s a little more practical and within your budget, then this is the gift for you. Dad’s who like to fish often have more then one pole laying around. Help dad this year get more organized with a rod rack. This wall rack is made from solid African teak so it will last a long time. It can accommodate six different rods. It comes with all the hardware to easily mount to a wall and has padded inserts so the rods stay protected from the wood.

Fishing Gift Basket-Caught the Big One $80

There is nothing better then a good gift basket, because it’s not like just getting one gift. You’re getting a bunch of gifts in one. This basket has the right name for all the things inside. This basket includes: Fishing creel basket, wild smoked salmon, olive oil and sea salt crackers, fishing themed coffee mug, barnacles snack mix, honey teriyaki beef jerky, perfect potful coffee, east shore dipping pretzels and fake fish bate which is a container filled with gummy worms. This is something any fishing Dad will get a kick out of.

Angler Backpack $90

Tackle boxes are becoming a thing of the past with these new backpacks out. No more lugging tackle boxes along with all the other things you have to carry. This one straps to your back. This backpack is designed with a fisherman in mind. It has ten different pockets so they can stay organized. It also has a padded belt to give you firm comfortable support.

Aquapac 650 Utility Case $30

There is nothing worse then going out and enjoying a nice day fishing only to find out your wallet is wet, your money is soaked and your phone feels a little heavier then when you first got there. This case is waterproof and best of all it floats. It has an adjustable neck cord for easy transportation.

The Strike Bundle with Fishing Rod Game $47

Just because Dad likes to fish doesn’t mean he enjoys all the different types of weather Mother Nature likes to offer us. That’s where this hand game comes in. On days Dad can’t get out and enjoy real fishing he can stay home and fish from his living room. This game has 3 different types of game play modes including career fish, bass pro shops tournament and quick fish. Its lakes are all based on real lakes and have accurate fish behavior. This is something any fishing Dad would love.

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