The Buffalo Bills started their 2019 by almost making a trade that would, in theory, help out there passing attack. That trade would have been for Antonio Brown. They dodged a bullet there and saved a couple of draft picks in the process. Instead, they signed free agents John Brown and Cole Beasley. They still, however, need some receivers and I will get into that later. Continue reading →
What an unbelievable day in the world of baseball. In the aftermath of the Houston Astros cheating punishments, AJ Hinch was fired by the Astros, Alex Cora has stepped down from the Boston Red Sox manager job and Carlos Beltran did the same with the New York Mets. That’s when the world of baseball collapsed.
Many thought that the Raiders got a steal when they traded for Steelers receiver, Antonio Brown for third and fifth-round picks. Well, we all know how that turned around. Not only has Brown’s playing career turned completely upside down, but his whole life has as well. After his last blunder which showed him live-streaming a profane outburst against his ex-girlfriend in front of multiple police officers, he has lost all but any chance he had at returning to the NFL.
We have hit 2020 and with the turn of the new decade, we here at The Scorecrow are putting together our All-Decade teams for each franchise. So who made the All-Decade team for the Washington Capitals? Let’s take a look. Continue reading →
The NFL’s most experienced quarterbacks are getting older, with that being said, the new era quarterbacks get ushered in like Kansas City Chiefs Patrick Mahomes, Houston Texans Deshaun Watson, and Baltimore Ravens Lamar Jackson. But we aren’t focused on the young guns today, we’re focused on the grizzled experienced vets who’ve been in the league for a long time, specifically any quarterback who’s older than 35. I’ll go over what the future holds for them and what could happen to them. To be covered they also have to be relevant and have the possibility to play in a big role next season. Continue reading →
Home sweet home. Coming off a disappointing three-game road trip, The Miami Heat bounced back with a win over the San Antonio Spurs. And they did it with a much-improved defense, particularly in the fourth quarter. Miami held the Spurs to 23 points on 36 percent shooting in the period. The win puts the Heat at 28-12 for the season.
Here are my takeaways from Wednesday’s victory over the Spurs.
Tuesday’s and Thursday’s continue to be a big night in the NHL and tonight is no different. When building your lineups tonight, these three select games might be “chalky” but they also may yield less risk. Grab your note pads and pens and jot down some beauties, it’s time for Ice Picks! Continue reading →