They did it. The previously winless San Francisco 49ers were made to look like Superbowl contenders as they easily disposed of a terrible New York Giants team that came into season 2017 sprouting championship aspirations. And after the game, the 49ers celebrated like they had just won the big game. It was great to see a team who has struggled so bad, get rewarded for staying with it. And even better to see it happen against the Giants. Ben McAdoo is about to be cashing welfare cheques. Continue reading NFL FANTASY GAME WEEK 11
Going to gloat about my team for a minute. The Eagles are finally good. And fun to watch. Denver came into the week allowing just 21 points per game and the most yards they’d allowed in a single game was 276. Philly just put up 51 points and 419 yards. They scored so much that the organisation had to issue an apology because they ran out of fireworks. The Eagles now head into the bye week at 8-1 and the leagues best record. I have everything crossed that this is the year the “no ring” jokes stop. Not getting ahead of myself though. Continue reading NFL Fantasy Preview Game Week 10
And just like that we’re at the halfway mark of the season. Round 9 is another rough week with Chicago, Cleveland, Minnesota, New England, Pittsburgh and the LA Chargers all on the bye week. These 6 team byes are where your depth gets really tested.
It’s been made all the more interesting with the trade deadline passing on Tuesday night. I have to admit, I didn’t even know it was coming until it was upon us and then there were a few blockbuster moves throughout the league. I’ll touch on those a little bit later. Continue reading NFL Fantasy Preview Game Week 9
Round ten was a quieter affair in terms of goals, with only 23 scored compared to the 35 in round nine. Both Manchester teams kept their title credentials rolling with victories, to sit one and two. Despite Spurs losing to United, they remain third, with Chelsea and Arsenal continuing to battle for the last Champions League spot. Continue reading EPL FANTASY GAME WEEK 11 PREVIEW
Round nine of the Premier League had it all- upsets, comebacks, thrashings and plenty of goals (35 of them to be precise). United faltered, but City marched on to sit top of the pile, heading into the second quarter of the season. We’ve also seen our third managerial casualty of the season, with Ronald Koeman being sacked at Everton, which let’s face it we all could see coming. Continue reading EPL FANTASY GAME WEEK 10 PREVIEW