With the bulk of free agency ending and the draft quickly approaching, it is time for fans to see if the newest additions to their team was worth the money that was spent.
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.
The 2020 season only has one game left, The Super Bowl, which means that the off-season is quickly approaching. Teams will be getting ready for the Draft in April, making changes to the coaching staff/ team management, and working on their rosters for the 2020 regular season. Right now, one of the biggest challenges facing teams is how to deal with their free-agent players. Normally there are a few big names that enter the free agency, especially at QB, but this year there seem to be quite a few QBs on in the market.
I truly believe that this sport is like no other, and part of why I love it so much is connecting with other people about the NFL; college ball; the draft; what strategies their team might go for in the coming year; what we think about certain players and their trajectories and any other related topics that cross our minds. Basically, I love talking about the game.
Raiders vs Chiefs: Can the Chiefs Defense Stop the Raiders Run Game & Solidify Their Position as First in the West?
One of the biggest rivalries in NFL history takes place this Sunday at 3:25 CST between the Raiders (6-5) and the Chiefs (7-4) in Arrowhead Stadium. The Chiefs come into this game coming off a bye week where they were able to get extra rest, while the Raiders come off an embarrassing performance in New York against the Jets to the tune of 34-3.
It is Thursday SkewNation! That means we finally have football back! In this article I am going to go through all 32 teams and give you my Power Rankings on them heading into week1.
The 2019 Fantasy Football season has finally arrived, kickoff is just a two days away. While many fantasy owners have been put on cruise control after their draft heading into week 1, you just like actual NFL teams, should be looking at the waiver wire to see which players could help your roster in the future. There is no rule that after your draft is complete you cannot pick guys up off the waiver wire until week 1 is complete. So, you being an active manager and taking a look early on could lead you to find some absolute steels. We are going to be using Yahoo’s ownership percentages and discussing 3 players we think you should stash on your bench if you have the depth to do so…