Daniel Corrigan | March 8th, 2020
Nick Jehamy| January 12th, 2020
The Giants didn’t come into the 2019 season with playoff expectations. With how the division played out the Giants were statistically still alive through a majority of the season but there was no chance that they were pushing themselves into the playoffs even with the rest of the NFC East’s shakey play this season. The 4-12 had some highlights though. Daniel Jones started a majority of the season and quieted down many of those who questioned the Giants decision in drafting him over Dwayne Haskins last year, Saquon Barkley produced another 1,000+ yard season rushing, and the Giants come out of the season with the number four pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. Continue reading
The 2019 fantasy season has come and gone. Hopefully, you were able to bring home some titles and all the bragging rights (and money) that comes with it. However, the calendar has flipped to 2020 and it’s (probably) never too early to prepare for the upcoming fantasy season. The Scorecrow family is here to help fantasy owners get a jump start on the 2020 season, putting together another roundtable giving you their opinion on five fantasy football questions. Be sure to follow all of the writers on twitter and ask any questions you may have regarding their answers. Without any further ado, let’s get into it.
Brandon Braasch | December 9th, 2019
This Monday Night Football game is a matchup between two NFC East teams. The Philadelphia Eagles play at home vs the New York Giants. The Eagles are 5-7 and the Giants are 2-10. It might be hard to believe but if the Eagles win this game, that will put them into a tie in first place at 6-7 for the NFC East. Here are my top players in this matchup.
Joey Ricotta | November 10th, 2019
Welcome into the GPP/Tournament plays article for Week 10. Let’s start by saying, any picks used or mentioned for cash games can be played in tournaments. I think that’s an important thing to know and can sometimes get confused whenever the two are mentioned separately. For that reason, I’ve tried to avoid mentioning my cash game plays for this article. There’s merit to using or fading certain players in tournaments, whether it be ownership expectations, bust potential, etc. But, as I said earlier, just about all of the cash game plays are viable for tournaments. If you’d like to see who I like for those types of contests, you can check that out here. With that said, let’s get to some other picks I like for tournaments.
Brandon Braasch | November 4th, 2019
A lot has changed since the last time the Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants faced off. That was the first game of the season for both teams and Eli Manning was the starting quarterback for the Giants. Daniel Jones is now the starting quarterback. The Cowboys beat the Giants in that game and then went on to win two more games before dropping three in a row. They then beat the Philadelphia Eagles and now sit at 4-3 at the top of their division in the NFC East. Here are my best players in this divisional matchup. Continue reading
At 2-3-1, division and/or playoff hopes seem far-fetched. Not many teams, if any, come back from 2-5 (or 2-4-1) to play meaningful football in January. But, .500 teams after week eight still have a chance, and the Lions had a chance to get back into the race with that record.