The Baltimore Ravens beat the Cincinnati Bengals 27-3 on Sunday, bringing their overall record to 4-1. This is the best start through the first five…
It’s week four in the NFl and here at TimeSkew, we thought it was high time that we put our collective heads together to give you a comprehensive wrap up … Continue Reading Week four: a Skewed perspective
Power rankings for week 1 of the 2020 NFL season are here! With the season opener on the horizon, it seems fit that we start ranking the teams. Let’s
We’re back, just like I said we would be! Last time we spoke, we took an in depth look at the rise of Miles Boykin, and why he is the … Continue Reading Fantasy football 2020: AFC North series III
The 2020 NFL schedule was released just over a month ago, which was very surprising despite the Coronavirus outbreak. This move by the NFL not only…
Day three of the 2020 NFL draft has come to a close. The Cincinnati Bengals made it clear with their selections that defense was of
The Cincinnati Bengals finally address a need at one of their most depleted position groups, Linebacker. With the 65th pick of the 2020 NFL Draft
Help is on the way. The Cincinnati Bengals selected Tee Higgins, Wide Receiver from Clemson with the first pick of the second round. This comes
November 9th, 2019 – In the final moments, LSU’s Joe Burrow with sedulous determination ran 18-yards down to Alabama’s 7-yard line for an emphatic and decisive
Check out Time Skews Latest 2020 1st Round NFL Mock Draft as we dive deep into in depth draft analysis!
Welcome to “Path To The Draft.” A new take on mock drafts where multiple scenarios are presented with different options at every pick. Ultimately, it…
A few years ago, this would have seemed unthinkable, but the toll of injuries and the wear and tear from his physical style of play have worn the former MVP down so much, that the last time we saw him on the field, he looked a shell of his old self.
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When Adam Gase spoke to the media this summer he said “We’re going to play meaningful games in November and December.” Not many people bought into it, myself included. But with just five more weeks left in the regular season, we are finally witnessing the New York Jets team this offseason had promised, and Adam Gase’ late July assertion might hold some weight, however little it might be. This past Sunday Sam Darnold and the Jets showed up and showed out, with Darnold posting his third consecutive game of 3+ TD’s leading his team to victory over the Oakland Raiders 34-3, and earn their third straight victory. (Their longest win streak in two years)
After a torrid hot start to the 2019 season, John Ross quickly found himself on IR. A tragic loss not only for Bengals but for fantasy owners everywhere. Ross was looking to finally breakout from his early career slump before a shoulder injury cut down his season in half. Now set to return for week 13 with a cupcake schedule to close out the year and absolutely nothing to lose, here’s why John Ross will win you your championship.
It’s easy to get swept up in the beginning of a season and think one good game makes a great player. Maybe they had beginners’ luck, or they may have just played a bad team. It’s important to look at the big picture, here are three players that you should pump the breaks on before you make any big changes to your fantasy team.