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The #1 Fantasy Football Player Most Discussed On Social Media For 2013

Brandwatch analyzed a data set of more than 130,000 public mentions on social media in the U.S. to determine what fantasy football fans are saying about their favorite players on Twitter, Facebook, sports forums, and major fantasy football networks.

The results, below.

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Ravens Lose To Broncos, But Come Out On Top On Twitter

NFL season is back, which means lots of buzz on Twitter.

During Thursday night’s kickoff game between the Baltimore Ravens and the Denver Broncos, the latter may have won the game – but they lost in terms of Twitter mentions.

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Twitter-Powered Sports App “Beyond The Box” Curates Real-Time Content From Your Favorite Teams And Players

Calling all sports junkies: a new (free!) app called Beyond the Box is the answer to your live sports coverage prayers.

Beyond the Box aggregates NFL, NBA, MLB, and NHL news, analysis, rumors, videos, photos, and player thoughts from 1,000 media sources and 2,000 players into a personalized sports timeline that you can curate based on your favorite teams and athletes.

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The 2013 NFL Draft According To Social Media [INFOGRAPHIC]

Football fans, heads up: social media is the next NFL draft expert.

Turn off ESPN, ignore NFL.com, and dial your radio to another channel. All you need is Twitter to accurately predict what’s going to go down starting tonight during the 2013 NFL draft.

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In The Wake Of The Te’o Scandal, Redskins Players Duped By @RedRidnH00d

Looks like Manti Te’o isn’t the only football player who’s been femme-fooled online.

According to the NFL, at least four players on the Redskins were duped during the 2012 season by a hacker posing as a woman sending them messages online and hoping to meet them in person.

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NFL Vs. EPL: Who Wins The Social Media Playoffs? [INFOGRAPHIC]

In the age-old battle of football versus football, which ones comes out on top on social media?

American football is a uniquely American phenomenon, with the National Football League (NFL) representing its top players. British football – or soccer, as Americans call it – is a global phenomenon that spans continents and its best-known league is the English Premier League (EPL).

So which of these leagues is the big winner on social media?
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Teen Uses Twitter To Land NFL Star Prom Date

Sometimes tweeting for a celebrity date goes wrong, but other times? Well, you land an NFL star as your prom date and everything is hunky dory.

This post is about the latter scenario, thankfully.
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How The NFL Is Embracing Social Media [INFOGRAPHIC]

As social media usage has boomed it has quickly become adopted by the major professional sports leagues around the world, with both teams and players setting up official accounts on Twitter and Facebook that attract the attention of millions of fans.

This has also led to complications, as players, sometimes forgetting just how public these platforms are – and other times, being all-too clear – make controversial statements that put pressure on their club and teammates, risking sponsorship deals and sometimes irreparably damaging careers.

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NFL Lockout Ends For Real: Why Tweeters Should Care

The NFL lockout has finally come to a close after five months of only shaky guesses about our professional football league’s future — thankfully, the new 10-year labor contract will let the season to unfold as normal starting tomorrow. Why should fans of Twitter be just as appreciative as fans of the NFL?
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Twitter Scores During Super Bowl XLV

Last year, between 40 and 50 percent of all tweets during the height of the Super Bowl were related to the game. And this year Twitter will capitalize on this huge fan base by offering Super Bowl fans a new way to join in on the game-day excitement. Partnering with the Super Bowl and Visa, Twitter is creating an all-in-one location for the best of Super Bowl tweets from the fans, the players, the coaches and the commentators. So take off those foam fingers from time-to-time and get tweeting.
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