Category — Chargers
Dez Bryant flips out on some reporters? What else is new? Did he really say something about “ghetto?” We didn’t think so.
Despite losing 6 in a row, Cowboys are on a roll.
November 13, 2015 No Comments
According to a joint statement from DraftKings and FanDuel: “Nothing is more important” than the “integrity of the games we offer.”
October 6, 2015 No Comments
Getting a top-tier quarterback in fantasy football is pretty important for most players. The very best can be counted on just about every single week, as they don’t have bad matchups like some of the others. They definitely come with a pretty high price tag, but here is a look at the top five to target in 2015.
The Green Bay Packers were able to talk Randall Cobb into staying in town, so that means Rodgers has a chance to pretty much play 2015 with his favor targets back. That is scary news for everyone else in the NFL. Rodgers will use Cobb and Jordy Nelson pretty frequently, but he will also look at his running back Eddie Lacy as well as other targets throughout the year. He is generally considered the best quarterback in the game right now, and his fantasy football numbers back that up.
Luck took a huge leap in 2014, as he officially entered the top tier of talent at the quarterback position. As we get ready for 2015, he could very well be even better. The Indianapolis Colts have done a very good job of rebuilding their team on the fly. They now have some of the best receivers in the NFL, and veteran Andre Johnson in particular is going to be huge for Luck in fantasy football. Eventually, Luck is the guy most likely to take over for Rodgers as the best quarterback in the NFL.
It is pretty obvious that Manning is starting to slow down at quarterback. However, it just goes to show how dominant he is when he is still considered a top five fantasy football quarterback at such an advanced age. The Denver Broncos have done whatever possible to make sure he has sufficient targets to throw the ball to. He might be one hit away from a major injury, but his numbers can’t be denied.
People don’t really view him as a top-tier quarterback yet, but he has a chance to be pretty good in 2015 as far as fantasy football is concerned. He is somebody who works very hard at his craft, and he has a new weapon in Jimmy Graham to utilize this season at the tight end position. He enters the top five for the first time in his career.
The man who just lost Jimmy Graham as a target still stays in the top five simply because he throws the ball so often. The New Orleans Saints are built around him, and he is going to get a chance to put up huge numbers. He is starting to get up there in age, but he is pretty significantly better in fantasy football compared to the like of Ben Roethlisberger, Cam Newton, Matt Ryan and any other challenger for that No. 5 spot.
July 29, 2015 No Comments
Stabler, known by many as “The Snake” (and a few other nicknames), passed Thursday from complications of colon cancer. He was 69. Stabler was a character on and off the field.
Bill Williamson delivers an appreciation.
July 9, 2015 No Comments
Surprised our favorite headline got squeezed.
May 13, 2015 No Comments
Adrian Peterson’s agent is hoping to get his client out of Minnesota, but the Vikings pull the strings. Do they grin and bear it or trade him? Gamble on a running back in the draft? Maybe ship him to Oakland for Raiders’ pick and then some?
March 25, 2015 No Comments
March 5, 2015 No Comments
Dude, shit happens.
For some reason, I keep thinking I’m going to wake up tomorrow and realize this really didn’t happen. Cheers!
December 8, 2014 No Comments
Raiders finally win 1, but this is some of the funniest shit I’ve seen in a long time.
November 21, 2014 No Comments
The Texans couldn’t pass on Jadeveon Clowney, the best player in the draft. For Johnny Football? Please. Cleveland made some interesting choices (a homeless guy told you all that, huh?) and we can’t wait to see if Blake Bortles is as good as advertised or maybe as overrated as his girlfriend. The rest of the story…
May 9, 2014 No Comments