Week 12 of the NFL produced several unpredictable results. There were rare wins for the Redskins, Jets, and Buccaneers. Two NFC powerhouses dominated Sunday’s headlines. Baltimore made a big statement on Monday night. Continue reading →
Alright, it’s time to cook up some winning lineups once again. Hopefully, last week you were able to construct a nice winning lineup based on some of the plays mentioned in last week’s article. It certainly wasn’t my greatest week ever, but that happens from time to time. Nonetheless, I’ve put in the research to help us get back on track this week. Continue reading →
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.
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.
Through four weeks in the National Football League, three unbeaten teams remain: the San Francisco 49ers, New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs. Six winless teams also remain. Who impressed and who disappointed this week? Tyler, Anthony, and Austin once again bring you their picks for offensive and defensive player of the week, breakout player of the week, disappointment of the week, as well as some storylines you should be following.
The 2019 NFL season is already a quarter of the way finished and fantasy owners’ are starting to realize their team is perfect. Whether your team is 0-4 or 4-0, you can’t get lazy and accept the record. Fantasy owners need to be active in trade talks, waiver wire adds, and reflect on what they did wrong during the draft. So what have we learned over the first quarter of the NFL season fantasy wise? The Scorecrow family is here to help with all that, putting together another roundtable giving you their opinions on five fantasy football 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.