Posts From Andersen Pickard

HOF Case – Scott Rolen

Let me say this right off the top. Scott Rolen deserves to be in the Hall of Fame. What is even more of an affront is that he only received 10.2% of the vote last year. Sometimes I don’t understand what the voters are looking at, but I will attempt to help them out.

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Los Angeles Rams Fall in Tough Fashion for the Second Week in a Row

The Los Angeles Rams have lost two games in a row for the first time in the Sean McVay era. They lost 30-23 to the reigning Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles in Los Angeles which drops them to 11-3 this season.

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What’s Going on with the St. Louis Blues?

Fights in practice turned into a practice of cuteness for the St. Louis Blues this week. On top of that, a potential fire sale is on the horizon as the NHL season is inching toward February 25.

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The Cure Bowl Preview

Welcome College Football fans we are in the midst of bowl season. With the Cure Bowl being established in 2015 it brings the American Conference and Sun Belt Conference together for not only competition on the field but also bringing awareness to Breast Cancer in the process as well. This year’s game brings us two high scoring teams as both teams average over 25 points per contest as Tulane Vs. Louisiana-Lafayette should make for a great contest.

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Camellia Bowl Preview

This game is a battle of Eagles. Georgia Southern will take on Eastern Michigan in Alabama today at 5:30pm ET. This game shapes up to be very low-scoring with both defenses ranked in the top 45 in the country.

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Can Alex Ovechkin be Reunited with the Stanley Cup?

We all saw the celebration of Alex Ovechkin after winning his holy grail, the Stanley Cup. It can probably be safely said, that it never left his side unless it was in the hands of a teammate. Also having another huge first in his life, this time becoming a father, Ovechkin has had an incredible 2018.

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Player Spotlight: Domantas Sabonis

This week I wanted to start off a new weekly segment where we spotlight one player in the league who might be flying under the radar, but when you dig deep into the stats they are having a great season thus far. The player spotlight this week is focused on Indiana Pacers third-year player Domantas Sabonis who is having a very productive season.

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All You Need is a Kittle

If you are still in the fantasy playoffs and have George Kittle as your tight end, you’re playing him this week. He has proven to be an every week starter in fantasy this season. We have seen him put up monster games like he did this past Sunday when he was five yards shy of breaking the all-time single-game record for yards by a tight end set by one Shannon Sharpe. Again he is in your lineup for the remainder of the season.

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Is Le’Veon Bell a possibility for the Chiefs?

Le’Veon Bell will be a hot name going into free agency as he held out for the 2018-19 NFL Season preserving his body for the upcoming season. He is expecting $17 Million this season and could have a monster season back with a new team. It will most likely not be the Pittsburgh Steelers as the relationship has soured and the Steelers have clearly shown they are willing to move on from him by starting James Conner and letting Bell sit on the bench while not giving him a new contract.

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Week 15 Streaming Options: QB, TE, K, D/ST, and Deep “Boom” Plays

It’s Week 2 of the fantasy playoffs for most of you. Hopefully, Dak and Lamar led you to glory. Hopefully, Josh Allen can lead you to glory this week if you can’t get your hands on Dak. I’m hesitant about Lamar Jackson given that Joe Flacco could steal snaps from him. Every point counts now. Full-time starters > quarterbacks named the starters who might surrender some passing snaps. So I would rather play Josh Allen than Lamar Jackson this week despite the Tampa Bay matchup.

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