Matthew Berry (a.k.a. The Talented Mr. Roto), ESPN's Senior Fantasy Analyst
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Michael Smith, host, Numbers Never Lie
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Matt Williamson, NFL Scout for ESPN.com
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June 22, 2005 story by Dr. Z of Sports Illustrated on Scientific Football 2005 - This is the article where Dr. Z touted Scientific Football 2005 in part by saying, "I've never seen such a complete look at this phase of the game [the passing game]."
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