Week eleven in the NFL saw some good, some bad, and everything in between. From blowout victories to notable injuries, to, yes…helmets being removed and used as weapons. Let’s see who caught the eyes of Austin, Tyler, and Anthony this week! Continue reading
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.
Just two seasons ago, a Detroit Lions victory at Lincoln Financial Field seemed nearly impossible. The Lions had fired Jim Caldwell after what felt like the franchise was at a standstill. The Eagles and Doug Pederson were led by Nick Foles after a Carson Wentz injury forced the team to change quarterback hands. They were led to a Super Bowl, something Lions have hoped just to get to since the Lombardi Trophy Era started. Continue reading
Dale Money Aug 8th, 2019
After taking the New England Patriots to the wire, in the AFC title game two seasons ago expectations were high going into last season, however, after an encouraging 3-1 start it would all end up going completely south. Losing seven straight games, it wasn’t until December that they were able to win another one. Inevitably they would finish 5-11 and in the basement of the division.
In those final 5 games, they were kept under 20 points. Things do seem to be trending in the right direction, however. It began in January when they hired John De Filippo as offensive coordinator, and only two months later Blake Bortles was sent packing after 5 seasons in Jacksonville. Continue reading
Pranav Ramasubramanian | April 24th, 2019
The draft is less than 36 hours away and all the teams are getting to ready for three of the busiest days of the year. Nick Foles saved the Eagles from falling into oblivion, but they need some help around Carson Wentz this year if they want to make it back to the playoffs. Continue reading