The Walsh Way – Week 3 DFS Values

Kevin Walsh | September 20th, 2019 

Well, week two was a bit of a disaster. The big Raiders trap was set, and we all fell for it. Granted Tyrell Williams did score and Darren Waller didn’t kill you, when you have 40-50% of them when you enter 150 lineups, it’s going to cause some issues.

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RFA Report: Charlie McAvoy

Dom Lunardo | September 19th, 2019

After bursting onto the scene in October 2017, Charlie McAvoy and the Boston Bruins were on the clock as training camps from across the NHL kicked off. The 21-year old, smooth-skating defenseman was one of four high profile restricted free agent blue-liners this summer, joining teammate, Brandon Carlo, and the likes of Zach Werenski and Ivan Provorov. It took a few months, but McAvoy and the Bruins reached a 3-year/$14.7M contract extension. 

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Cardboard Boxseats Episode 6: Nick, Gabe, and Bad Basketball Jokes

Gabe Botero | September 19th, 2019

This episode Nick and Gabe talk about the results from this year’s FIBA tournament and the Kevin Durant’s Wall Street Journal article drama! Also Shaun Livingston and Joe Johnson. We were surprised about Team USA’s performance in the tournament and even more surprised by the championship game. How many of our bad basketball jokes can you hear us say without rolling your eyes? Subscribe and follow us on Social Media! Continue reading

Thursday Night Football Week 3 DFS

Brandon Braasch | September 19th, 2019 

Well, it is time for week three. If you thought the last couple of Thursday night games were offensively rough, then wait for this one. In 2018 when the Tennessee Titans faced the Jacksonville Jaguars in Jacksonville, the final score was 9-6. The Titans ultimately ended up winning the field goal battle. Here are my top DFS picks for the Titans vs Jaguars Showdown contest.

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JJ Redick on narrative about Jimmy Butler being a bad guy: ‘Its not true’

Jacari McRae    | September 19th, 2019 

For the past three seasons, we’ve heard Jimmy Butler get called anything but a great leader. The national media painted Butler as a cancer to teammates, particularly younger players. However, New Orleans Pelicans guard J.J. Redick told Zach Lowe on his podcast that he doesn’t buy that narrative. Despite playing with Butler for less than one full season with the Philadelphia 76ers, the veteran guard had plenty of time to learn about Butler as a teammate. Continue reading