The biggest names associated with the Chargers’ pick were Herbert and Tua Tagovailoa leading up to the draft. However, Tagovailoa…
The Chargers have actually done something this offseason. After seeing how doing not a lot the last offseason barred the team from making consecutive…
This was news we got Thursday afternoon as I hesitantly held on to my power rankings article, because I thought that if I released it, I would jinx it and they wouldn’t play week 6, but that didn’t matter as they followed suit with the other professional sports leagues. The seasons over and I could barely get a handle on what the league had to offer.
Josh Johnson and the Wildcats appeared to have all eyes in the football world on them after their drubbing of the Defenders. Unfortunately, that attention may have caused some stage fright as they lost to a lackluster Guardians offense. The offense was able to push the ball downfield, but came up short when they needed points the most. They had 4 drives in the second half that made it into their opponent’s territory and got only a single touchdown out of them.
Week 3 has wrapped up and has reminded us that the XFL is still a new league, which means its teams are still figuring things out and getting better. So, those gaps in talent that we saw in week 1 not as large as we thought they were.
8. Tampa Bay Vipers (0-2) It is hard to place the only team yet to score an offensive touchdown anywhere, but last. Though they had troubles once again at the … Continue Reading XFL Power Rankings: Week 3
A week of XFL action has finally passed, so now we kind of have a basis for how the teams can perform and thus can start judging them. Thus here are the team power rankings going into week 2.
TEAMS ON BYE: Arizona Cardinals, Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Chargers, Minnesota Vikings Waiver Group: May be available to you (ownership above 50% Lower than 90%) QB: CLE Baker Mayfield … Continue Reading Fantasy Football 2019: Waiver Wire Week 12 Pick ups
Week 1 of the 2019 college football season is in the books with week 2 just on the horizon and everything so far is pointing towards it being another exciting season of college students spending their Saturdays colliding into one another. Now some of these players will one day get paid for their efforts and play in the NFL. So, naturally I end up asking which school produces the best players which then leads to asking which has the best team which then makes me create rosters on Madden and other football games to find out, but why not find out by measuring their in-game production? Well, I did just that a few years ago when I made a fantasy league of teams made up of players from the same college and this year I decided to bring it back and share it with everyone. Now, how about I give you the rundown on the league, or should I say leagues, I’ve created.
By Pride Moving into the final quarter of this long series and finishing up the NFC teams, we have the NFC East division. It seems to be pretty standard with … Continue Reading NFC East – Fantasy Defenses Win Championships
This new stock of rookie quarterbacks looks interesting to say the least. Despite many labelling them as a weak draft class, 4 of the 11 Quarterbacks selected are expected to take up the starting job for their teams. If not right off the bat, then after they gain some wisdom from the veteran on their roster. Those four signal-callers are obviously Kyler Murray, Dwayne Haskins, Drew Lock, and Daniel Jones. Though I contend that if there was another rookie quarterback who will make a couple starts for their team, I would have to go with Gardner Minshew.