After a big Week 1 in College Football, there is a tight pack at the top of the standings, with Hank leading after going 21-1 last. The Machine, Brendan Jones, has joined the weekly picks and by default, will be given the worst record from last week, which was 17-5. The Miami, Florida, Florida State and South Florida games have all been canceled due to Hurricane Irma so we have a few less games to pick this week. A friendly reminder, all picks are straight pick ’em, not against the spread. GamesB-FrankPeteHayesNorlandWoodingBovardMordecaiB-FoxBartmanAntonJacksonHankBrendan Last Week20-220-219-320-219-317-520-219-320-220-220-221-117-5 Overall Record20-220-219-320-219-317-520-219-320-220-220-221-117-5 1 Alabama vs Fresno...Read More
Day: September 7, 2017
This season I plan on writing a weekly blog offering an optimal NFL Draftkings Lineup for the week. A couple stipulations before we begin so everyone understands the premise here. It’s a tournament lineup. If you don’t know the difference between a tournament and a cash game essentially tournaments are the huge contests with big prizes and tons of entrants. You want variance and stacks. I am only going to give one lineup. The real path to success in these tournaments is entering multiple lineups and diversifying your risk. Offering up like 7 lineups a week would make for...Read More
Don’t let the first few weeks of football season distract you from following as tight of a playoff race as baseball has seen in over 20 years.
News broke out of Believeland today that recently acquired safety Calvin Pryor had been released from the Cleveland Browns after an “internal matter”, which was later to be confirmed as a fist fight before Browns practice with wide receiver Ricardo Lewis. Pryor was released just days before the Browns opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers on September 10th. Pryor was a first round pick by the New York Jets and was recently traded to the Browns on June 1st. This is sure to be the Jets’ only win they are going to get the whole year, they clearly won this...Read More
The Chicago Bears released their unofficial 53-man roster Wednesday morning. While there were no glaring roster spots that stood out, the fact that rookie Tarik Cohen is listed as the second-string running back is something that is hard to not admire. Cohen was selected in the fourth round of this past NFL Draft by the Bears out of North Carolina A&T (gonna go out on a limb and say more than half of you, my self included, don’t know what the A&T stands for) and had a pretty solid preseason performance, rushing for 121 yards on 19 carries. Obviously...Read More