What do Paul George, Kevin Ware, Joe Theismann, and Alex Smith have in common? If you were watching football on Sunday, then you know that they all suffered a gruesome sports injury – a lower leg fracture involving both bones in the lower leg. In medical terms, this is a Tib-Fib fracture. In sports terms, these injuries dominate more than one list of gruesome sports injuries.
The Los Angeles Chargers are coming off yet another victory in week 10. They are 7-2 heading into week 11. Joey Bosa is back and will play on a snap count today against the Denver Broncos. When Bosa and Melvin Ingram are on the field at the same time, they tend to wreak havoc. It is great news for the Chargers and exciting news for the fans. Whenever an elite player comes back from injury, it’s always a plus, especially when your team is on the verge of 1st place in the AFC.
The 2018 MVP Race is More Competitive Than Many Expect
The NFL is a crazy and wild place. A team could win the super bowl one year then be sub .500 the next year. While football may be a team sport certain individuals help their teams way more than any other player. That one player is usually referred to as the most valuable player or MVP. But some players impact the game so greatly that it goes beyond just their teams MVP but instead the leagues most valuable player.
Tony Gonzalez has earned the right to be a candidate for the Pro Football HOF class of 2019. Today we will be going over why he should get in, some background info on him, and some of his accolades during his career.
When looking at the MVP race this NFL season, you tend to hear the same names mentioned as the top candidates. Names such as Todd Gurley, Drew Brees, Patrick Mahomes, and Philip Rivers. These are some of the names that come to mind. However, there is a player that has been playing outstanding football, but is not receiving nearly the amount of recognition the players I listed are. The player I am speaking so highly of is Ben Roethlisberger.
Welcome to the first edition of The Scorecrow’s Best Bets. Each week, we will look at the current line for every game and which ones seem like guaranteed winners. Our blog will include stats, history, and sometimes straight up gut feelings. Let’s start with some TNF.
Ladies and gentlemen, and children of all ages who can read, we have reached the tipping point of the fantasy season. The playoffs are around the corner and we only have three more weeks to get our teams into postseason shape. The most important piece of advice that I have for all the fantasy owners out there is to be aware of your league’s trade deadline. There is no worse feeling than agreeing on that last trade that puts your team into championship contention and you go to propose it and instead you see those evil words “Deadline passed.”