Fantasy football drafts are only weeks away. We will be unveiling our top 15 fantasy running backs. Has Gurley done enough to dethrone Le’Veon Bell? Continue reading Fantasy Beasts’ Top 15 Fantasy Running Backs With Projections for 2018 NFL Season.
In the NFL there is constant competition at pretty much every position. Front offices try to find replacements for aging players or those, who will soon demand contracts they can’t afford. That creates an environment, where every man is working as hard as they can to earn a starting spot. Only competition gets the best out of football players and it is vital for a team’s success. I picked out the eight positional battles that will be most interesting to watch through training camps and beyond. So here they are:
The Power Gang is back at it. Listen to us chime in and react to another action packed episode of Power.
In episode 66 of The Defy Life Podcast the guys introduce the new look, answer fan questions, discuss NFL franchise players WNBA pay equality and more!
Lebron James sat court side cheering his new teammates wearing Lakers shorts, purple shoes, and a watch that looked like it could put my kids through grad school.
In her first Wimbledon since having a baby in 2017, Serena Williams was unable to defeat Angelique Kerber, who was the first German woman to win Wimbledon since Steffi Graff in 1996.
Now that we’ve talked about the top overall players in the NFL, I want to shift my focus more towards the young up-an-coming stars of the game. Specifically, I will look at players coming into their second and third seasons, who are not looked at like that quite yet. So you won’t see any names like Alvin Kamara or Carson Wentz. This list includes those who have already seen the field a lot, had their last year cut short by injuries or just didn’t get the opportunities to shine quite yet. But what combines them all for me – I think they could break through this upcoming season.
I am back in MD after being in AL for 6 months, which means screenings galore!!!! I got to screen Sorry to Bother You Wednesday night. Overall, I liked the film, but after an hour in, I figuratively started scratching my head. I went with a friend of mine, and we both agreed that the movie took a weird turn at the midway point. For the most part, the movie was enjoyable. I was cracking up at the opening segment. Have you ever blatantly lied about something, and your lie ends up working out for you? (Are you thinking about a lie you told now?) Continue reading Screenings With Migs: Sorry To Bother You