Who you should pick up for your fantasy football team this week and why

Andrew Olson Contributor  Week two of the NFL season is a wrap. Among the things that came with it is a lengthy list of injuries and some good old fashioned junk time scoring. During fantasy drafts, guys who play on bottom feeder teams can be overlooked. Although, for receivers, you could argue it helps boost value, if there is a key player on a team … Continue reading Who you should pick up for your fantasy football team this week and why

Waiver wire pickups for week two of the fantasy football season

Andrew Olson @SwolsonPC The first NFL Sunday of the year is like Christmas morning to most diehard fantasy football fans. Waking up early, turning on pregame coverage, as you sit looking to tinker with your lineups. For many, that excitement can turn to panic in just seconds. For instance, many owners watched the consensus No. 1 pick this year, David Johnson, go down for a … Continue reading Waiver wire pickups for week two of the fantasy football season

Steph Curry may be down, but no panic for Golden State

Marshall Hastings Special Projects Editor @Marsh_Hastings Before we let this panic storm burn, let’s take a second and look at the big picture. Yes, Steph Curry may very well be out for the next two weeks. Yes, it could be even longer than that, depending on how the May 1 re-evaluation of his knee goes, but let’s look at the big picture. Chris Paul is … Continue reading Steph Curry may be down, but no panic for Golden State

Boston Bruins setting themselves up for disaster

Brendan McLean Staff Writer @Brendan_McLean5 The Boston Bruins are on the verge of becoming the laughing stock of the National Hockey League. Last week, I wrote about how the Bruins should move on from Claude Julien. Clearly, the club disagreed with me and most fans when they decided to bring back Julien for another season. Julien is an awesome coach, no one will disagree with … Continue reading Boston Bruins setting themselves up for disaster

Major League Baseball Losing its Appeal

Brendan McLean @Brendan_McLean5 Staff Writer I think we can all agree that America’s pastime, baseball, is quickly losing its allure. Fifteen years ago, baseball was the most popular sport in this country, and it wasn’t even close. Now, baseball is lucky to come in third. With the Mets taking on the Royals, this Sunday, baseball will officially be back. The NFL and NBA have clearly … Continue reading Major League Baseball Losing its Appeal