Tag Archives: Eli Manning

The NFL’s Veteran Quarterbacks and What’s Next for Them

Nickolas Loza | January 16th, 2020

The NFL’s most experienced quarterbacks are getting older, with that being said, the new era quarterbacks get ushered in like Kansas City Chiefs Patrick Mahomes, Houston Texans Deshaun Watson, and Baltimore Ravens Lamar Jackson. But we aren’t focused on the young guns today, we’re focused on the grizzled experienced vets who’ve been in the league for a long time, specifically any quarterback who’s older than 35. I’ll go over what the future holds for them and what could happen to them. To be covered they also have to be relevant and have the possibility to play in a big role next season. Continue reading

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2019 Fantasy Football Week 15: Starts, Sits, and Sleepers

Joshua Abbe, Mason Thompson, Mike Fanelli | December 14th, 2019 

To help fantasy football players with their roster construction, three of our writers have provided some insight on which players they would start, would sit, and consider a sleeper for this week. Be sure to follow all of them on twitter and ask any of The Scorecrow’s fantasy writers for fantasy advice.

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Detroit Lions Week 7 Recap- Woof.

Tom Greene | October 21st, 2019

If we could describe this 42-30 loss to Kirk Cousins and the Minnesota Vikings in one word, the word in the title would describe it best. Woof.

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Fantasy Battle: Evan Engram vs Hunter Henry

Joshua Abbe | Aug 28th, 2019 

In one of the closest position battles out there between two tier two tight ends provide an opportunity to provide fantasy points on your roster when you pass on Travis Kelce, Zach Ertz, and George Kittle. With both Hunter Henry and Evan Engram in offenses that should produce targets, they have the capability to be top tight ends at the end of the season. According to Fantasy Football Calculator, Engram has an ADP of 5.09 (TE5) while Henry has an ADP of 6.04 (TE6) makes for an interesting choice during the draft process. Let’s look at some positives and negatives for both players at their current ADPs.

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Is Eli Manning’s Time Up In New York?

Dale Money | February 14th, 2019

Missing the playoffs for the sixth time in seven years, the New York Giants offense was simply never able to gel into the well-oiled machine that was expected of them with the dynamic playmakers on its roster including Odell Beckham and Saquon Barkley.

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Week 12 Streaming Options: QB, TE, D/ST, K, and Deep “Boom” Plays

Travis Finkel | November 21st, 2018

Hello, Patrick Mahomes and Jared Goff owners. Welcome to Week 12 edition of streaming options. After Monday’s performance, I’m sure you’re sick to your stomach thinking that you have to start somebody else at quarterback. There is hope for you, I would feel less anxious than a Travis Kelce owner who needs a win this week. If you are that Travis Kelce fan, we’re going to try to get you a touchdown with your TE streamer in Week 12. The tight end wire doesn’t really offer much more than a touchdown prayer at this point.

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Week 10 Streaming Options: QB, TE, D/ST, K, and Deep “Boom” Plays

Travis Finkel | November 7th, 2018

Week 10 offers some relief from a Week 9 “bye-pocalyspe.” This past week we were forced to throw out names like Derek Carr and Joe Flacco as streaming options and that didn’t go as well as someone people had needed. Week 9 was a week where good streamers were needed desperately, but in reality there just weren’t many great options. Here’s to a better Week 10.

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Week 8 Streaming Options: QB, TE, D/ST, K, and Deep “Boom” Plays

Travis Finkel | October 24th, 2018

Week 7 streaming went pretty well if you tuned in. Hope you snagged some of the featured players. Unfortunately, Ricky Seals-Jones got injured and did not return to the blowout game Thursday night. Let’s get right to Week 8.

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Week 7 Streaming Options: QB, TE, D/ST, K, and Deep “Boom” Plays

Travis Finkel | October 18th, 2018

Has anyone noticed that my “boom” plays go boom a week or two after I feature them? So unfortunate in the timing. Albert Wilson, c’mon man! Went off this past week. And don’t even get me started on Mason Crosby. Recommended him last week, and he saw plenty of opportunities and missed everything. If he hit all 6 of his kicks including his extra point attempt he would’ve had 21 points. 21. From a kicker. Then he goes and scores 17 against the Niners the next week.

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NFL Week 5: Award Winners

Richard Benites | October 11th, 2018

Football last week was just as emotional as it was historic. Records were broken and upsets were aplenty, as we already now find ourselves in Week 5 of the 2018 NFL season; and wow, what a season it’s been so far. No team is without a win and yet two teams remain undefeated, talk about closely contested. As always, we here at The Scorecrow will discuss all of the league’s goings-on and more. So, without further ado, here are our picks for the NFL Week 5: Award Winners.

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Start Em’ Sit Em’ – Week 4

Frank Dyevoich | September 30th, 2018

We spend a lot of time analyzing players and matchups so that we can gain an advantage over our opponents. We try to figure out why things happened the way that they did and what we can learn from it to help us in the future. We dig deeper so that we can pinpoint matchups to target and start players that we might not be starting every week. I am not going to tell you to start Patrick Mahomes and Drew Brees, or Odell Beckham Jr. and Michael Thomas. That is a waste of both my time and yours. So let’s shy away from the obvious and figure out who needs to be in your lineups this week.

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New York Giants: 2018 Season Preview

Frank Dyevoich | September 1st, 2018

2017 was a year that the New York Giants hope to erase from existence. They had Super Bowl aspirations going into the season after they finished with an 11-5 record in 2016, but the team completely imploded as they finished with 13 losses, the most in the history of the franchise. No one could predict the onslaught of despair that would befall the New York Giants last year.

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