Another week of football has passed and the NFL’s rookies continue to shine. In a week that made the new general manager of the Oakland Raiders, Mike Mayock, look like a genius, new faces continued to emerge as we enter the tail end of the NFL season. Who has emerged as the front runners for Rookie of the Year? Find out in this week’s edition of the Rookie Rankings. As always, let’s start off with a couple of honorable mentions.
“The little engine that could”, “David vs. Goliath”, “You’re too small to play this game”. Montreal Canadiens forward Brendan Gallagher has probably heard all of those catchphrases over the course of his minor and professional career as a hockey player. Standing at a whopping 5’9 (and that’s being generous), “Gally” is certainly not one of the biggest players on the ice by any means. His game is certainly not flashy or pretty to watch, but man oh man, can this guy play the sport of hockey. Continue reading →
There are 22 teams playing on tonight’s slate. That leaves plenty of players at every position to form your team. That also means there is plenty of value players to find. Here are my top players for tonight’s games.
Playoffs continue to inch closer and closer. I know my leagues are coming down the to the wire, so I’m sure you’re going through the same thing. If not, consider yourself one of the lucky ones and keep up the hard work! Glory doesn’t come to those who don’t put in the work. If you’re out of the playoff hunt, I hope you haven’t stopped playing wanting to play spoiler to league mates and screwing them over. That’s also a fun alternative while preparing for next season. Nonetheless, I do hope y’all are staying competitive throughout the rest of the season to nab some bragging rights of sorts.
Since we last met, several rookies, have risen and fallen in the rookie hierarchy, and for various reasons. With many rookies continuing to have impressive scoring performances, it’ll be the little things that separate the candidates as the season progresses. Continue reading →
Kinlaw has been an unstoppable force for the Gamecocks on the defensive line. He bursts through opposing offensive lines and creates an immense amount of pressure. Kinlaw doesn’t just show up against the Gamecocks’ weaker opponent. He plays well against conference opponents such as Alabama as well.
Alex Kielar and The Scorecrow creator Johnnie Black discuss the cheating allegations against the Houston Astros, including what sort of punishment/s they might potentially receive. Also, hear what we had to say about the top 15 free agents and where they might land. We also discussed the biggest needs of their teams, the Yankees and Twins, including what they will look like next year. Find us anywhere you find podcasts and be sure to follow us on social media! Continue reading →