I will always feel that, if you are an American, that the national anthem is the opportunity for us all to stand up together, to be unified, and to show respect for our country, Brees said. To show respect for what it stands for, the birth of our nation. There will always be issues with our country, there will always be things we’re battling. And we should always strive to make those things better. But if the protests become that we’re going to sit down, or kneel, or not show the respect to the flag of the United States of America and everything that it symbolizes, everything it stands for, and everything our country has been through to get to this point… I do not agree with that.
I feel like that is a unifying thing. The national anthem and standing for the national anthem, and looking at the flag with a hand over the heart is a unifying thing that should bring us all together. And say, ‘You know whatWe know things are not where they should be, but we’re going to work and strive to make things better.’ To bring equality to all people — men, women, no matter your race, creed, religion, it doesn’t matter. Equality for all. But if you’re an American, then I will always believe that we should be standing, showing respect for our flag, with our hand over our heart.
The fantasy blocking breakdown series reviews the impact that run and pass blocking have on fantasy football performance, using methodologies detailed here.
This week’s fantasy blocking breakdown will detail the dominant run blocking of the Tennessee Titans, highlight an upside path for fantasy managers with Todd Gurley on their roster, review whether Jay Ajayi will start to produce anytime soon for his fantasy squads and take a look at what led the Giants’ passing game to post big point totals.