Now I know what you’re thinking. DST is just a throw away position, they’re just a dime a dozen. However, I attest that every slot in your fantasy roster is important and needs attention so that you can build the best team you possibly can. If you don’t believe me, then don’t come crying to me when you lose by 5 points one week, because your throwaway defense gave up over 300 yards and 4 touchdowns. That’s not a threat it’s just a warning.
In this episode we take a segment from our 2019 Fantasy Football WR busts episode. We discuss our thoughts on Kennan Allen and why he will bust in 2019.
With the Oakland Raiders impending move to Las Vegas, the Los Angeles Chargers recent move from San Diego, and many other rumored moves, the potential for a team moving in the near future is not an unheard of concept. Additionally, the last team to be inducted into the NFL was the Houston Texans in 2002, which means that if no new teams are added by 2021 that we will be in the longest period of time without a new addition to the NFL. With both those points in mind, here are the top 10 potential expansion or relocation cities.
In this video we take a segment from our 2019 fantasy football WR sleepers episode (Live on 6.12.19) and discuss what the fantasy football outlook for Dante Pettis is for 2019.
Sony Michel Will Bust in 2019 Fantasy Football
In this episode we take a segment from our latest podcast and discuss is Kareem Hunt is a sleeper or a bust in 2019 fantasy football. We discuss what could … Continue Reading Kareem Hunt’s 2019 fantasy football value
Earlier this week, the least hyped draft of all the 4 major American sports took place. Yes, it was once again time for the MLB draft, the time of year where MLB front offices curb their attention away from the field, midseason, to select players to fill-up the rosters for their farm teams and maybe get luck and get a couple MLB stars. This year the Oakland Athletics selected Logan Davidson, a shortstop out of Clemson, who is not on their football team. I think it’s been nailed into everyone’s heads enough that Kyler Murray was the A’s first round pick last year only to have him leave for the NFL after a Heisman-winning football season at Oklahoma.
What can be said about the short-lived Alliance of American Football? It had hype going in, it had a sustainable buzz thereafter, and though the play was shoddy at times it was what many fans craved. Especially after having to bear witness to what football and Spongebob fans alike would attest to being a terrible finish to the NFL season. Unfortunately, the strong backing that the league was presumed to have was actually not strong at all and Tom Dundon shutdown the alliance so that he could focus on getting a bunch of jerks to go on a deep playoff run.
In this theoretical breakdown of a scenario I thought up while incredibly sleep deprived, we’re going to create the best team possible from each division, then seed them and run a tournament in Madden between the teams to see which team comes out on top in the Madden 2019 Simulator. Bold indicates the starter or starters. Wherever there was controversy or a tie between deciding the players, the one with the higher Madden rating won out. If you have any disagreements about the players picked, the seeding, or have an improvement for next season’s rendition, let us know in the comments.
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Big Man Mike here with my hot takes of the season. While these takes are pretty spicy, they are actually takes that I can reasonably see happening during the 2019 season. If you want to argue them, agree with them, or tell me my thoughts are stupid, throw them down in the comments below.
Big Man Mike here with something I thought would be a pretty helpful index for everyone who has those thoughts regarding when a player should be benched or dropped due to injury.
As the dust begins to settle after the NFL Draft and as OTA’s being, the picture is starting to become clear about which teams are looking hot and which teams are looking like a garbage fire. I will be ranking every team by the strength of their roster, the strength of their schedule, potential injury impacts, and coaching changes. I will also be giving my prediction for each team’s record to end the season out.
In a combination of marathoning Designated Survivor and seeing the Instagram photos of Tom Brady, Jimmy Garoppolo, Baker Mayfield, and many other QBs at the Kentucky Derby, I thought of an interesting scenario. In a situation where an event incapacitates every single starting NFL QB in 2019, which teams would be the best off? In this article, we will be ranking the backup situation on each team in the case of this situation.
Just under a month after the 2019 NFL Draft, each team seems to have their QB situation locked down for the upcoming season. In this article, we will be rating how likely each team is to move on from their starting quarterback in the next few years. This article will be ranking solely the starting quarterbacks, so the quarterbacks that just recently got drafted and are expected to start the year on the bench, including Drew Lock or Daniel Jones, are excluded.
By Pride As of late the Tight End position has been kind of a throw away position. Unless you have one of the top tight ends in the league, the … Continue Reading The Revitalization of the Tight End