This year more than any other year in recent memory we have seen the value in having depth at the quarterback position. The Jets, Steelers, Saints, Dolphins, Panthers, Jaguars, and Titans have all used multiple quarterbacks this year either from inconsistent play or from lack of success by the starter.Continue reading →
We are already through about a third of the season! Before you know it, February will be upon us and Tom Brady will be winning his 15th Super Bowl or something like that. In this week’s edition, Austin, Tyler and Anthony hand out awards to a couple rookies, while also criticizing some veteran players. Continue reading →
Welcome back to my weekly college football game picks and locks! Last week, I went 7-3 on my locks (70.0% success rate for those who struggle with math). This week, I have selected eight games for Damico’s Depository segment of this article.
The National Football League sure can be wacky. Congratulations are in order if you were an NFL fan that predicted the San Francisco 49ers would be undefeated through five weeks in the NFL. The Chiefs fell from the ranks of the unbeaten. To the surprise of absolutely nobody, the Evil Empire in New England keeps chugging along behind Bill Belichick and Tom Brady. Let’s dive into some awards for week five in the league. Continue reading →
My son Eli who is three years old recently discovered the movie Wreck-It Ralph and he is absolutely in love with it. The movie is premised around a video game called Fix-It Felix Jr. where the main character uses a golden hammer that fixes everything he touches. Well, I found a handy dandy golden keyboard so I’m going to give this a shot and fix every winless team with my golden touch.
The teams I have left to cover are the New York Jets, Arizona Cardinals, Washington Redskins and the Cincinnati Bengals. Each day this week I will be making stops to all these places and giving them some ideas on just how they can turn things around both immediately and long term.Continue reading →
Welcome to the beginning of the second quarter of the NFL season. We have now seen four games each from 30 teams and only three from the New York Jets and San Francisco 49ers, due to them having a bye in week four.
With it being still pretty early in the season, anything can happen. You get a better idea of who players and teams are, but normally in October, the rust wears off for every team and should be seeing their best from here on out. But for rookies, it’s just a bit different. Continue reading →