Tag Archives: Stefon Diggs

Minnesota Vikings Season Review

David Lehr | January 12th, 2019

The Minnesota Vikings‘ season was one with many highs and many lows, and they were one of the most talked about teams all season. Paying a guy who had played in one playoff game 84 million dollars will do that to a franchise, but the Vikings season was not all about Kirk Cousins (although it definitely felt like it at times).

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Eating A Mahomes Size Helping Of Crow

Matt Woolsey | October 31st, 2018

When you decide you are going to become a fantasy football analysis it is fun when you get to celebrate your takes. For example, it has been well documented that I prefer Adam Thielen over Stefon Diggs before the season started.

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The Return of Diggs vs Thielen

Matt Woolsey | October 24th, 2018

A few weeks ago I wrote an Adam Thielen vs Stefon Diggs article and from what I gathered from some comments it was not well received. I asked the Brass at The Scorecrow to let me have a do-over because many felt my article was a little one-sided.

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Don’t Digg Yourself A Hole, Get Hooked On A Thielen

Matt Woolsey | October 5th, 2018

We are a quarter of the way done with the NFL season. Wow, seriously, that sucks, it’ll be Super Bowl Sunday before we know it. But until then, there are still a lot of NFL games left to watch and a lot of fantasy football left to play.

Before the season started the Vikings upgraded their quarterback when they signed Captain Kirk Cousins to a three-year, fully guaranteed deal. The fantasy community then started the debate, Stefon Diggs or Adam Thielen.

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Minnesota Vikings: 2018 Season Preview

Robby Messer | August 22nd, 2018

As the preseason gets started, it’s time to take a look at how teams might fare heading into the season. There will always be surprises that will make all prognosticators look foolish, but, let’s face it, that’s half the fun! That being said, let’s start taking a look at the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC North. A division which has the chance every year to produce a top team with Aaron Rodgers leading the Packers, but as we learned last season, it was a different Case entirely.

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