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 →
At this point in the fantasy season, your team is starting to really take shape. Your first-round picks are either great, good but not great, or disappointing. Your other rounds look similar, with a variety of unlikely names in the top 12 at their positions through this stage of the season. Continue reading →
Make sure to set those alarm clocks extra early on Sunday as the Carolina Panthers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers face off at 9:30 AM EST from London. Not only do you need to get your fantasy lineups set but also to get in on the betting action for this game. Hopefully, if you bet the Patriots -17 on Thursday night you didn’t panic and hedge your bets after their slow start as the Patriots won 35-14. However, the original over/under was set at 43 in most spots and the over hit thanks to Tom Brady‘s second rushing touchdown of the game, which came with just under four minutes left in the contest.
It’s time for the Week 6 Fantasy Streamers! The teams on bye this week have doubled from two to four teams, so here are some options you can use to replace a quarterback, tight end, defense/special teams, and Kicker. 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 →
The 2019 NFL season is already a quarter of the way finished and team’s identity are starting to shape into form. At this point, there are only three undefeated teams left in the New England Patriots, Kansas City Chiefs and surprisingly the San Francisco 49ers. Meanwhile, there are six winless teams and almost half the league is sitting at 2-2. If this course continues, the playoff race will be as exciting as ever, but what have we learned over the first quarter of the season? The Scorecrow family has put together another roundtable giving you their opinions on five NFL questions. Be sure to follow all the writers on twitter and ask any questions you may have regarding their answers. Without any further ado, let’s get into it.