Last month we touched on the first four games of the Miami Dolphins schedule for the 2020 season, predicting a lamentable 1-3 start. From here we move forward into the … Continue Reading Miami Dolphins schedule predictions: part two
As the insufferable wait for the season continues to limp on, it is time for my awards predictions for the Denver Broncos in the 2020 season. We will be predicting … Continue Reading 2020 Denver Broncos post-season awards predictions
It’s safe to say that John Elway screwed the pooch in 2017. These three selections however are particularly heart breaking given the next player taken
This week, that means some advice on four veterans that you should be wary of in your draft. This doesn’t mean that the players listed below…
The NFL fantasy football season is ramping up and wild speculation is rife on strategies for 2020. Here at TimeSkew…
the least of the Broncos worries in 2020. Finally, they have to make sure the young offensive core can grow and learn with each other
After a season which saw a dominant Chiefs squad win their first Super Bowl, the most explosive offense in the NFL is once again gearing…
They added depth at corner and on the front seven. This marks the third in a recent string of very good drafts by John Elway
to compete with the fringe roster candidates. Furthermore, He was the second to last player taken, the expectations should not and are not too high.
He likely will not have any fantasy relevance in normal fantasy leagues. His ceiling is probably a boom or bust flex option in 16+ team leagues.
for one year, and Jurrell Casey is on the wrong side of 30. Agim is a developmental project and maybe some decent depth in 2020.
The 1st round of the NFL Draft went smoother than I thought. The tech people around the league are the real winners of the 1st round….
Jeudy is about as good of a complement to Courtland Sutton as you could get. Jeudy’s ability to separate makes him an elite receiving threat
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Don’t you wish you had the ability to go back in time to fix a mistake? To undo a decision at the time seems the right …
On Friday, Broncos agreed to terms with almost 27 year old, 2x pro-bowl running back, Melvin Gordon. Aside from the immediate excitement of revenge games versus his former team the Los Angeles Chargers, the running game will take a leap forward in 2020. Denver and MGIII agreed to a two year deal worth $16 million, $13.5 million guaranteed, making him the 6th highest paid running back in the league. Denver will be one of only three teams with two pro-bowl running backs on their roster. While I’m not thrilled about the contract, I’m enticed by Gordon’s pass catching ability, as well as his blocking ability, and am hopeful this move will make sense come the end of 2020.