Tag Archives: Mason Rudolph

Six Players Who Could Be Traded This Offseason

Tanner Elliott | May 25th, 2020

Every offseason we get reports of more and more notable players on the trade block. This year is no different. Even though the NFL offseason may look different due to the coronavirus, that does not mean that high profile players will not get traded. Here are six players that could possibly change jerseys this offseason.

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Thursday Night Football Week 11 DFS

Brandon Braasch | November 14th, 2019

Tonight’s divisional game is huge for both teams. The Pittsburgh Steelers head into the Dawg Pound to face off against the Cleveland Browns. Both teams just came off of huge victories. The Browns are in a must-win scenario if they want to make it into the playoffs. The Steelers need a win to stay in the division race with the Baltimore Ravens. Here are my top players in this huge AFC North matchup.

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TNF Fantasy Preview: Pittsburgh Steelers vs Cleveland Browns

Mike Fanelli November 14th, 2019 

Two weeks from today is Thanksgiving and that means the NFL regular season is on the back nine. With the San Francisco 49ers losing in overtime Monday night to the Seattle Seahawks, every team has lost at least one game this season. Meanwhile, the Miami Dolphins pulled off their second straight win, defeating the Indianapolis Colts, throwing NFL draft junkies for a spin. Last week’s Thursday night game between the Oakland Raiders and Los Angeles Chargers was entertaining, close, and offered plenty of fantasy points.

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Monday Night Football DFS Week Eight: Dolphins vs Steelers

Brandon Braasch | October 28th, 2019 

This Monday Night game does not really have much excitement in terms of teams making the playoffs. The Pittsburg Steelers could still go on a run and make the playoffs but it’s a long shot. The Miami Dolphins, however, are winless on the season. That does not mean there is not still money to be won and fantasy players still playing. Here are my best players in this potentially ugly Monday Night contest.

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

Joshua Abbe, Mason ThompsonGivanni Damico | October 26th, 2019

Well back again to go into week eight of the NFL season and you’re either sitting comfortably or barley hanging on hope to get into the playoffs.  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 week eight. 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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The Walsh Way – Week 3 DFS Values

Kevin Walsh | September 20th, 2019 

Well, week two was a bit of a disaster. The big Raiders trap was set, and we all fell for it. Granted Tyrell Williams did score and Darren Waller didn’t kill you, when you have 40-50% of them when you enter 150 lineups, it’s going to cause some issues.

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What’s Next with Ben Roethlisberger and Drew Brees Injuries?

Nickolas Loza | September 16th, 2019 

Week two in the NFL was a bad one for injuries, as two star quarterbacks went down with long term injuries. In this article, I will describe their injuries and talk about how it will affect their respective teams.

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Fantasy Football Round Table: Preseason Dynasty Edition

Mike Fanelli, Joshua Abbe, Mason Thompson, Devin Davis, Connor Neal | Aug 21st, 2019

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.

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