NFL Winners & Losers: Week 6

NFL Winners & Losers: Week 6

Week 6 of the NFL season is in the books and Adam Gase, despite all odds, still has a job. Green Bay fell from the ranks of the unbeaten, the Falcons climbed up from the ranks of the winless, and Derrick Henry proved once again that he is the baddest motherfucker in the league. Let’s break down the winners and losers of week 6 of the NFL season.

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The FBC live blog of the MLB’s Hell Day

The FBC live blog of the MLB’s Hell Day

I have been looking forward to this day since it was announced. I wasn’t sure it would happen, but here we are. EIGHT PLAYOFF GAMES. It may never happen again, folks. So today, we’re going to do something stupid. A live blog from first pitch to last pitch of the eight game slate. Four teams, including two of our World Series champion picks… are on the chopping block. So, here is the plan, according to Indianapolis Coastal Time (aka Eastern time).

Game 1- Reds @ Braves 12pm
Game 2- Astros @ Twins 1pm
Game 1- Marlins @ Cubs 2pm
Game 2- White Sox @ Athletics 3pm
Game 2- Blue Jays @ Rays 4pm
Game 1- Cardinals @ Padres 5pm
Game 2- Yankees @ Indians 7pm
Game 1- Brewers @ Dodgers 10pm

And here… we… go…

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NFL Winners & Losers: Week 3

NFL Winners & Losers: Week 3

Week 3 of the NFL season is now over. The Bears are the most improbable 3-0 team of all time, the Falcons are the most improbable 0-3 team of all time, and the entire NFC East is dogshit just like I predicted. The Dan Quinn and Adam Gase firing watch is in full swing and some people have even started calling Josh Allen an MVP candidate. It’s a weird season but that’s why we love football. Let’s break down the winners and losers from week 3.

Winners

Miami Dolphins
Buffalo Bills
New England Patriots
Cleveland Browns
Pittsburgh Steelers
San Francisco 49ers
Tennessee Titans
Chicago Bears
Indianapolis Colts
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Detroit Lions
Seattle Seahawks
Green Bay Packers
Kansas City Chiefs

Losers

Jacksonville Jaguars
Los Angeles Rams
Las Vegas Raiders
Washington
Houston Texans
New York Giants
Minnesota Vikings
Atlanta Falcons
New York Jets
Los Angeles Chargers
Denver Broncos
Arizona Cardinals
Dallas Cowboys
New Orleans Saints
Baltimore Ravens

Not Listed

Cincinnati Bengals
Philadelphia Eagles

The Fancy Boys Predict the 2020 MLB Playoffs

The Fancy Boys Predict the 2020 MLB Playoffs

Alright so that was something, right? About an hour after my fourth installment of predictions were posted, the league expanded this year’s playoffs to 16 teams. I kinda just tossed my arms in the air about it. Then it felt like the season would be canceled every day for about three weeks. Somehow, almost everyone played 60 games. So here we are, the field is set, and the chaos of a best-of-three first round series is ready for Tuesday. Who will survive all the way through the most bonkers MLB playoffs ever? Well, some of us got together in a digital way and tried to guess at it for your amusement.

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