In Week 15, 60% of the players on the Worst List rebounded with pretty great games. Tee Higgins caught a touchdown which got him to a very respectable 16.3 Fantasy points. Dalvin Cook had a huge day with both 95 yards rushing and 95 yards receiving. His big reception for a touchdown helped propel the Vikings to the playoffs as well as contribute 27 points … Continue reading Fantasy Football’s Worst: Davante’s Disappointing Weekend
The Chicago Cubs have not been quiet in the offseason. They were not the Mets, who spent almost a billion dollars in free agency on top choices like Carlos Correa and Justin Verlander, but they definitely made moves. The Cubs were not completely silent last year with signings of Marcus Stroman and Seiya Suzuki. The idea of free agent signings is very simple, to make … Continue reading Cubs Scorecard: Offseason Moves Graded
How did the players fare after they were on the Worst list in Week 13? Let’s double check. Deshaun Watson had a serviceable fantasy game with 16.3 points and almost 300 yards passing. After two games with under 40 yards rushing, Derrick Henry broke for 121 yards rushing, 34 yards receiving on three catches, and a touchdown for 20.5 Fantasy points. Mark Andrews is still … Continue reading Fantasy Football’s Worst: Steffon Diggs took the Day Off
As usual, we had some major rebounds for some of the players on the Worst list from Week 12. Tony Pollard (24.6) had two touchdowns in Week 13. Donovan People-Jones (13.3) went back into double digits with a punt return for a touchdown. Christian McCaffrey had 146 yards from scrimmage and a whopping eight catches to net him 28.6 Fantasy points. Deebo Samuel cracked double … Continue reading Fantasy Football’s Worst: Where Did The Dolphins Offense Go?
The Bears have stayed steadfast focused on preserving a high draft pick in the 2023 NFL draft. The Bears have now lost six in a row. They have lost 9 of their last 10. Things look very good in Week 14 as they have a bye. Then, they get the Bills and the Eagles in back-to-back weeks and finish the season against the Lions and … Continue reading Bears Takeaways: Chicago keeps the eyes on the prize
At least a couple of the players on the Week 11 Worst List rebounded this week. Saquon Barkley (15.2) salvaged his Fantasy Week with a touchdown because he only had 40 yards rushing. He had four catches which only netted him 13 yards so that touchdown was critical. Dameon Pierce, however, had another forgettable week with 4.6 Fantasy points. With nobody on bye, if you … Continue reading Fantasy Football’s Worst: The 49ers Saints Game Destroyed 7 Fantasy Players
In 2014, Aaron Rodgers told Packers fans to “R-E-L-A-X” after a 1-2 start to the season. The Packers went on to a 12-4 season and lost to the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC Championship games. In 2016, after a four-game losing streak (4-6 start), Rodgers said the Packers were going to “run the table” to end 10-6 and get into the playoffs. They won every … Continue reading Are You Going to Bet Against Tom Brady?
The over for this week’s Bears game wasn’t 60, but it was 50. Another points free-for-all. You can’t call it a shootout because neither Falcons QB Marcus Mariota or Justin Fields threw for more than 160 yards. Maybe you could call it a runoff since the Bears ran for almost as many yards as they passed. This week’s culprit for the Bears 27-24 loss was … Continue reading Bears Takeaways: Another Week, Another 3 Point Loss
Last weeks Fantasy Worst list had mostly repeat offenders this week. Deandre Swift (8.2 points), David Montgomery (5.4) and Alvin Kamara (7.5) didn’t fare much better this week. DJ Moore (6.9) also had another rough week prompting another quarterback change, back to Baker Mayfield, in Carolina. However, the Green Bay offense rebounded, but I am not sure how many Fantasy managers started Christian Watson. Welcome … Continue reading Fantasy Football’s Worst: Is AJ Brown injured?
Another week and another 30 point game for the Bears offense. And another 30-point game for their opponent. The Bears lost another heartbreaker to the Detroit Lions, 31-30. Taking a 24-10 lead into the fourth quarter should have spelled victory for the Bears but the NFL gods had other ideas for the Bears who have now lost three in a row, and six of their … Continue reading Bears Takeaways: Justin Good, Defense Bad, Bears Lose