Last week, Detroit had a 24-14 lead on Minnesota before ultimately losing 28-24. It’s happened yet again: the Lions have a lead and appear well on their way to victory before ultimately crumbling late and snatching defeat from the jaws of victory. It feels like it’s happened so many times in the Dan Campbell era–the… Read More The Lions Defense is Horrendous
The Browns beat the Vikings on the road this past weekend 14-7, improving to 3-1 and in a three-way tie for first place in the AFC North with the Bengals and Ravens. This game was supposed to be a shootout between two high-powered offenses, but in a surprising twist, it wound up as a low-scoring… Read More Cleveland Browns Week 4 Analysis: Defense Wins Championships
Last Saturday, Oregon walked into Columbus and beat Ohio State for the first time in program history. Prior to Saturday, Oregon was 0-9 against Ohio State including a loss in the 2014 National Championship, as well as a loss in the 2009 Rose Bowl. While the final score of 35-28 might not seem like a… Read More What Has Happened to Ohio State’s Defense?
It’s about damn time. I can’t stand watching a go up for a three then lean into the defender to try and draw contact, and still get the call: When you shoot a jump shot, you are entitled to your vertical space based on where you take off from, and you should not be able… Read More NBA to Re-Examine Rules On “Unnatural Motions” by Jump Shooters to Intentionally Draw Fouls; PLUS, All-Defense Team Announced
Anyone who owns Tampa WRs in fantasy football knows the Rams are expected to be a tough matchup. The Rams are currently the stingiest defense in the league against wide receivers in fantasy. So what can Godwin/Evans/AB owners expect on Monday night against the Rams? Is there any chance the Bucs receivers can turn in… Read More Outlook for Bucs WRs Against Rams: Not Good