If you’re reading this, you’re in a mood. Either an amazing mood, as the Packers walk away with a 23-22 victory over the Lions, or a mood as only Stephen A. Smith could describe, which is the mood of most Lions fans-including yours truly. We feel like the Herman’s Hermits line that was in this title, “Oh me, oh my”, we’re Leaning on the Lamp Post. It’s something that happens year after year with this team. From the batted ball against Seattle to the 10-second runoff against Atlanta, and do I even mention the picked up pass interference flag against Dallas in the playoffs? The list goes on and on.
We have another primetime divisional matchup. The Green Bay Packers are looking to win and stay on top of the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC North. The Detroit Lions need to win or they will drop to the last place in the division. Here are my top players in this Monday Night NFC North slugfest.
Ah yes, it was a duel of top-tier QBs in Detroit this afternoon. Matthew Staffordtook on Patrick Mahomes in a battle that Lions fans won’t forget, but may want to. A day that looked promising early, and even late, turned for the worse as Darrel Williams crossed the goal line to seal the deal for the Chiefs. Continue reading →
In tonight’s game, the Philadelphia Eagles travel to Green Bay to take on the 3-0 Packers in a game some are calling a must-win for the Eagles. Unlike the past few Thursday Night games, this one should be entertaining and very fantasy friendly. There are several players I would feel comfortable playing in tonight’s game but first let’s take a look at my predictions from last week.
After two years of constant turmoil between the players and coach Mike McCarthy, the Packers and specifically General Manager Brian Gutekunst, finally did what all Packer fans had been calling to be done for years: McCarthy was fired. For the second consecutive season and only the third time since Aaron Rodgers had taken over as the starter, the Packers ended up missing out on the playoffs. With McCarthy out, Gutekunst led a coaching search that ended with the team hiring former Titans Offensive Coordinator Matt LaFleur as the new head coach. Continue reading →
Week two in the NFL brought more Saints-Rams drama, another unbelievable performance by Patrick Mahomes, and some surging MVP odds for a certain quarterback that’s maybe a running back. We present to you our offensive and defensive players of the week, along with a breakout performance, disappointing effort, and a storyline that you should be monitoring. Continue reading →