Week 6 Fantasy Numbers

Week 6 in the NFL was not a week of great match ups - but a week of blow outs and close ones. Out of 14 games, 5 games were separated by 4 or less points, and 4 games were separated by 10 or more. In situations like these when the Patriots aren't heading to... Continue Reading →

Texans Shut Down Mahomes

Tyreek Hill, who’s been out since week 1, made his reappearance noteworthy, scoring a TD for the Chiefs on their opening drive. Still, the Chiefs offense would struggle converting plays into points. The surprise star - Houston Texans QB, Deshaun Watson. He emerged this football Sunday with 280 passing yards, 1 passing TD, 2 rushing... Continue Reading →

The Replacements

Mark LoMoglio - Associated Press If you read, "The Year of the Injured QB" or have been caught up with the NFL in the slightest, you would know this years starting quarter backs have been sent to the bench. Normally, this would have been a photo of #10 Eli Manning, but he has passed the... Continue Reading →

The Year of the Injured QB

Carolina Panthers' Cam Newton, is merely one casualty of the NFL's 2019 season. Going into week 3, 10 of 32 teams have injured starting or back up quarterbacks. 2019 will be remembered as, "The Year of the Injured QB." Also known as, the year of the replaced QB. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS Drew Brees is a... Continue Reading →

OBJ Returns to Metlife

Monday September 16, 2019 Monday night football was a tale of two 0-1 teams. Neither the Jets or Browns were able to clinch a win in week 1, and this would be the difference. The first quarter was not action packed. The real story is OBJ’s return to MetLife and his reception of fans who... Continue Reading →

Fantasy Football Week 2

Sunday’s games including Patriots @ Dolphins, Cardinals @ Ravens and Cowboys @ Redskins were all “in the bag” wins in my book. After week 1’s display of athleticism by Brady, Prescott and Jackson, there was no way they would be beat offensively unless otherwise challenged. Masterblog’s fantasy football team is as follows: QB Dak Prescott... Continue Reading →

Raiders Ride on Denver

Raiders stun Denver and the nation with calculated win in the final game of week 1. The young team worked well together in their debut with rookies spread into the mix. QB Derek Carr was superior with 259 passing yards, 1 touchdown and 0 sacks. Among the rookies was running back Josh Jacobs, 1st round... Continue Reading →

Wil Lutz Worth it – Saints Place Kicker Wins Game with 58 Footer

The first Monday night football game consisted of the New Orleans Saints and the Houston Texans. It’s been almost a decade since QB Drew Brees won a Super Bowl ring and it showed early in the game tonight. With only 3 points in the first half, the Saints struggled to make offensive gains. Entering the... Continue Reading →

Will Dallas Amend Daks Deal After Show Out?

Sunday football is just heating up around the 4 o’clock hour. The New York Giants faced the Cowboys at AT&T stadium in Arlington, and it was a spectacle. The first few plays between the rivals were a back and forth effort with one touch down a piece in the first quarter. Saquon Barkley, 22 out... Continue Reading →

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