Paul Brown is the greatest coach in the history of football. Your first inclination may be to think to yourself, “The greatest football coach in history is Bill Belichick.” If this were to account for just the National Football League, I would agree with you. He has won two Super Bowls as an assistant and has coached in nine as the head coach of the Patriots, winning six. That is hard to argue. Continue reading →
The 2019 NFL season is right around the corner! We are knee deep in the preseason as teams are determining who will make the final roster. Every year there are players who come out of nowhere to make the team. To the average NFL fan, the preseason might be boring, but to dynasty fantasy football players, this is the time of the year to evaluate your deep bench. To help with that, the Scorecrow family has put together a mini-series with a handful of writers giving you their opinions on five questions. Be sure to follow all of the writers on twitter and ask any questions you may have regarding their answers. Without further ado, let’s get into it.
For those new to the sports betting world, season-long prop bets are a great place to start. Are you one of the millions of people that play fantasy football? Great, while you are preparing for your fantasy draft. You are researching prop bets in parallel without realizing. During draft prep, you will become higher or lower on players for the season. You may believe a running back will breakout with a revamped offensive line. You may believe a wide receiver will have more yards because the offensive scheme changed. Use the research you did on fantasy to find the player prop bet that matches your beliefs. One thing I like about season prop bets is, it’s a marathon, not a sprint. You have 17 weeks to see if all your research in April-July were correct or not. Below are three Quarterback prop bets I believe are safe to take. Continue reading →
After another disappointing season that saw the Bengals start 4-1 just to end up 6-10. The Cincinnati Bengals finally moved on from Marvin Lewis after a long tenure that saw zero playoff wins in 15 years. Continue reading →
In an intriguing matchup for this fantasy battle, I’m going to look deep into some later round picks to help close out those bench spots with some value when needed. Currently, in 12 Team PPR leagues, both Giovani Bernard and Duke Johnson are going in the 14th round, Bernard as the RB62 and Johnson as the RB64 per Fantasy Football Calculator.
The Cincinnati Bengals are headed into a new era with a new coach in Zac Taylor after finally parting ways with Marvin Lewis. They’re coming off 3 straight losing seasons and Didn’t make any real noise in free agency so they must build through the draft. How did they fare this year? Continue reading →