We are back with a solid slate of picks last week. I went 2-1 bringing my overall record up to 17-9-2 (these are not including my future picks.) It’s time to win ourselves some more money. With the holidays coming up, it will be nice to have some extra cash. Let’s get rich!
Welcome back to another week of college football picks! I’m hoping to recover from a relatively poor week of picking last week after a great Week One. I’m picking teams to win, not to cover the spread. Let’s get into it.
We have a full slate of NFL games today to kick this 100th NFL season into full gear but it also means we are inching closer to the 85th Draft in league history.
After the trade filled weekend, we just had we now have two teams with multiple first-round picks in Oakland and Miami. Miami seems to be in the driver’s seat for the top pick in the draft based on the eye test of their roster but we always have surprises when the season actually plays out.Continue reading →
Welcome to the first week of my game picks. In this series, I will pick every single game that is being played on Saturday’s (plus any good games on Fridays). For the sake of my reader’s eyes not glazing over, I will only give my reasoning on picks for five games and they will always be the first five games in the article. Let’s get into it.
Watching Justin Herbert made me feel like I was already scouting a professional. He has all of the intangibles that a good NFL quarterback is supposed to have, and his decision to return to Oregon just shows that he wants to improve even more to ensure that he’s ready for the NFL. Herbert has the body of a pocket passer, but don’t let that fool you. The man can still run when he needs to escape trouble. He’s the complete package of arm strength, accuracy, and the ability to run. This is my third year scouting, and I can safely say that Herbert is one of the most well-rounded prospects that I’ve scouted. Continue reading →
Offensive line prospects are hard to get behind, especially when they are lacking a Quenton Nelson or a Taylor Lewan as we have been spoiled in recent memory. However, this interior offensive line class while it doesn’t have a Quinton Nelson it does have several starter level talents for teams in need at the position. Continue reading →