The battle for the AFC South continues on Thursday Night Football as the Houston Texans (6-4) host the visiting Indianapolis Colts (6-4) in a week 12 rematch between contemptuous division … Continue Reading T.N.F. Bout to Propel Victor Towards AFC South Crown
In the first half of this article we examined potential usurpers for Giants head coach Pat Shurmer based on how’d they fit and benefit Daniel Jones’s development as a quarterback. In this portion we’ll flip to the defensive side of the field, looking at possible candidates that would help the young Giants defense grow.
On Saturday November 16th, Colin and his team held his workout to showcase his abilities and reinforce that he is capable of being an NFL Quarterback. We will take a look at the discrepancies between him and NFL over this workout showcase and how Colin’s team has successfully maneuvered for their best opportunity for him to sign for an NFL team.
The rumblings of Pat Shurmer’s job in danger combined with the fact that his coaching style generally lacks style and philosophy leads many to wonder who the Giants next coach will be, if Shurmer is in fact fired. Let’s take an early look at some prospective options that may fit and improve some of the positional weaknesses or strengths on the roster.
It has been three years since Lamar Jackson and Deshaun Watson have faced each other on a football field. Take it back to Oct. 2, 2016, when the electric signal-callers compiled 854 yards of total offense and 8 combined touchdowns. Spectators were gifted with a 42-36 shootout win for Watson and his Clemson team over the Jackson led Louisville squad.
Jets vs. Giants is always fun, right? This Sunday we have the quarter-annual Snoopy Bowl and this year’s installment has tons of interesting and fun matchups within the game to watch. There are also some fantasy implications to examine
ARTICLE UPDATE: SEAHAWKS CLAIM WR JOSH GORDON FROM WAIVERS Impact: The move will likely push receivers David Moore and Jaron Brown out of three wide receiver sets for Seattle, although … Continue Reading UPDATE: SEAHAWKS CLAIM WR JOSH GORDON FROM WAIVERS; What it Means for Fantasy Football
On Monday the Miami Dolphins added another draft pick to their growing stash. They traded Kenyan Drake to the ailing Arizona Cardinals for a Conditional 6th round pick in 2020. The Cardinals have been dealing with depth issues in their backfield starting with David Johnson 2 weeks ago suiting up and then not playing, signaling that the injury that kept him out of practice was more serious than originally thought. Chase Edmonds had a breakout game with Johnson on the sideline rushing for 126 yards and 3 Touchdowns.
On Monday, the New York Giants and their green counterparts the Jets agreed to a trade, sending DL Leonard Williams to Big Blue in exchange for 2020 3rd and 5th round picks. Now, at first glance this looks like another headscratcher by Gettleman seeing as the defensive line is one of the deeper groups on the roster combined with the fact Williams is an upcoming UFA. But although there may be more pressing needs I’m willing to be patient because I do see potential and good ole’ Dave does deserve a chance with how we’ve seen his draft picks play out thus far (TRUST THE PROCESS FOLKS). At the end of the day however, Williams is a member of the Giants and I want to examine what he adds.
This Sunday, the New York Giants get their two biggest weapons on offense and are playing a statistically bad defense, which should bode well for one side of the ball, but as for the other side…well that’s more in question. The Giants have their own bad defense, aside from a few bright spots, and they’ll go toe to toe with an Arizona Cardinals offense that has begun to click, led by their centerpiece, Kyler Murray.
The reigning MVP of the National Football League had already been dealing with a left ankle injury the whole season. Tonight on a 4th and 1, QB sneak play Patrick Mahomes injured his right knee. Something you rarely every see on a sneak play.
The season really needs to slow down! Six weeks have gone by and everyone is inching closer to the playoffs. These are probably the toughest part of your schedule with injuries and bye weeks on the rise. Capitalizing on waiver is so important. Always look for players who are on bye weeks since those won’t show at the top of many list.
In 2017, Leonard Fournette was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 1st round as the 4th overall pick. The LSU back brought life to the Jacksonville Jaguars and gave them a shot in the Playoff’s. He also forced Blake Bortles to step up and had the best year in his career. Unfortunately, after controversial calls, the Jaguars lost to the Patriots in the AFC Championship game. But Fournette was still a fantasy relevant player.
Another week has come and gone and now we are almost a third of the way through the season. There have been some surprising players that have emerged this year, but on the other hand there are also the players that are disappointments. Of the top 12 QB’s that were drafted by ADP only 6 of them are in the top 12 by fantasy points scored. Three of them were injured and thus have missed games so its no surprise they have dropped from the top 12, but there are 3 that so far have been huge disappointments.
Another week in the books and for once we didn’t have any major injuries which is good. The downside is that we don’t have many waiver picks to talk about. … Continue Reading Fantasy Football 2019: Waiver Wire Week 6 Pick up’s
Expectations for the Big Blue offense going into the season fluctuated. Optimistic Giants fans like yours truly saw a unit with potential whilst almost everyone else saw a unit that would overall be mediocre because of the quarterback situation. What was universally agreed on was that Evan Engram and Saquon Barkley would be forces in the game we all love, fantasy football, no matter the quarterback.