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There were a lot of fantasy owners out there who got burned by the likes of San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle in Week 14, and Ian Rapoport wasn't excluded. 


The only difference between Rap and everyone else? Well, at least if Kittle knocked you out of your fantasy playoffs, he wasn't publicly chiming in to troll you about it over Twitter as he did to Rapoport. 

Four characters with only one, full word says all that needs to be said in this one. Kittle went off for one touchdown and 210 receiving yards on nine targets and seven receptions against the Denver Broncos defense this Sunday. 

Over his last four performances, Kittle has averaged more than 100 receiving yards per game with two total touchdowns and no fewer than six receptions in any of those four games. 

What does all of this mean? It doesn't look like Rapoport and those burned by the second-year TE will be the last victims of the fantasy football playoffs anytime soon. 


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