Kyle Bosworth

#58LB,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 245
Born:
College: UCLA
Birth Place: Irving, Texas
Draft: Undrafted
  • 2017 Fantasy Football Draft Prep: New trio ready to lead Cowboys again
    CBS Sports

    2017 Fantasy Football Draft Prep: New trio ready to lead Cowboys again

    The Dallas Cowboys might be the easiest team to figure out when it comes to their Fantasy value. They have three potentially elite players in Ezekiel Elliott , Dez Bryant and Dak Prescott , and those are the only players from Dallas who will be drafted in the majority of leagues. Sure, you might see a Cole Beasley here or a Jason Witten there. Darren McFadden is also an option as a handcuff for Elliott. And it's not fair to rule out Dan Bailey at kicker -- but he's a kicker. The focus for the Cowboys in Fantasy and reality will be on Prescott and Elliott building off their amazing rookie seasons in 2016, and Bryant has to show his performance from the NFL playoffs last year is a sign of things

  • Study: Patriots fans rank as NFL's 2nd best
    Patriots Wire

    Study: Patriots fans rank as NFL's 2nd best

    The New England Patriots have created the second best fanbase in the NFL, according to one study by scholarblogs.com. The study used three metrics to measure the team brands to calculate the “best” NFL teams. The three factors the study used were fan equity, road equity and social media following. Here’s what they wrote on the Patriots, who finished behind the Dallas Cowboys and ahead of the Philadelphia Eagles, New York Giants and Pittsburgh Steelers. First, Patriot fans may be bandwagon fans.  But at this point it is tough to tell.  The team has been excellent and the fans have been supportive for a long time.  And even when things tend to go wrong for the Patriots they come out ahead.  I believe

  • Open thread: What is your favorite Detroit Lions play of all time?
    Pride Of Detroit

    Open thread: What is your favorite Detroit Lions play of all time?

    I feel like recently we’ve been very lucky as Detroit Lions fans. It may not feel like it, considering the team still hasn’t won a playoff game in well over two decades, but stay with me here. Since the 2011 season, the Lions have been a part of some amazing games. Whether it was the classic “Monday Night Football” game against the Chicago Bears that pushed Detroit to 5-0 in 2011 or the comeback(s) against the Dallas Cowboys, the Lions have been one of the most entertaining teams over the past five or six seasons. But let’s take those amazing games and trim them down to one specific play. Today’s Question of the Day is: What is your favorite play in Detroit Lions history? My answer: It has to