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
Ethan Hewett | September 18th, 2019
Let’s be honest, week one probably set our expectations for some of these offensive rookies extremely high. Putting it into perspective, we haven’t seen four rookie pass catchers in their debut going over 100 yards ever before in NFL history. Week two was a reality check for most and reminded us how difficult it is to maintain success in the NFL. While the numbers weren’t as wild this week, there were still several solid rookie performances to highlight and new players who shined starting with a couple of honorable mentions. Continue reading
Mike Fanelli | September 12th, 2019
Last week’s Thursday Night Game was a boring game, in large part due to two impressive defenses and two underwhelming offenses. The matchup this week should be more entertaining between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Carolina Panthers. Entering week two, several fantasy storylines have changed due to injuries and underwhelming opening week performances. One of those players was Jameis Winston, who had a horrible game against the San Francisco 49ers, throwing three interceptions and losing a fumble. Will he bounce back in week two? Continue reading
Brandon Braasch | September 12th, 2019
Week one is complete and it definitely did not disappoint. Week two gets started with a divisional battle between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs the Carolina Panthers. This game will not be anything like last week’s offensive snooze fest. In fact, there will be more scoring in the first half, maybe even the first quarter than all of last week’s game. Let’s take a look at this week’s DFS matchups on FanDuel and DraftKings.
Chad Davis| September 10th, 2019
Week one of the NFL season always has breakout performances, with some of them being unforeseen. In this article, I will provide you with my top standout streaming options for QB, TE, D/ST, and Kicker, going forward into week two. The rostered percentages I present in this are pulled from ESPN Fantasy. Continue reading
Alex Kielar | September 7th, 2019
With the 2019 NFL season kicking off last night between the Bears and Packers, we are now officially in the final season of the decade. I thought I would go over the best moment from each kickoff game this decade, including last night, and rank them. Continue reading
Austin Cunningham | September 4th, 2019
Heading into the second year with Matt Nagy as head coach should be enough to have Bears fans excited. Especially since Mitchell Trubisky will have more of an understanding of the playbook. They have studs in their receiving core with Anthony Miller, Allen Robinson and then adding Riley Ridley in the draft. Plus having Tarik Cohen as a do-it-all type of back, a swiss army knife if you will. We haven’t even gotten to Khalil Mack and the defense. The Bears may have the best set of middle linebackers in the NFL with Roquan Smith and Danny Trevathan. Chicago is in a good position to shake up the entire NFC with another year of Nagy and Trubisky leading the way.