Season Two of The GetSportsInfo Podcast debuts with a deep look at some intriguing 2018 free agents from a fantasy perspective and a look at some of the latest offseason headlines.
Rants by @DanClasgens
Regardless of whether you’ve played fantasy baseball for years or if this will be your first season, there are numerous topics, strategies, and details that must be addressed before and during the season. This is the first of a three-part overview of what you need to organize a fantasy baseball league, construct your rosters, and – most importantly – win! Let’s get to it.
I am happy to announce that I will be returning for a second season as a fantasy writer /ranker at Pro Football Focus! I really enjoyed my first year with PFF as a contributor.
Growing up in the 1980’s was a much different experience than today’s millennials face. Reflecting back on some of the things from that decade will make you laugh. Still, for me there were so many positive memories.
The 49ers reached a deal with quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo this week, making him the NFL’s highest paid player. He is set to earn an NFL-record $27.5 million per season on his new five-year deal including an eye-popping $74.1 million in guarantees and a $35 million signing bonus.
The Philadelphia Eagles upset the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII, winning the franchise’s first Super Bowl. Jason Kelce gave the ultimate victory speech.
It was one of the most heart-felt speeches I ever witnessed and a perfect fit for the fans in Philly.
The free agency signing period in the NFL is right around the corner and fantasy owners have plenty of names to keep their eyes on. Here’s how things stand entering the Super Bowl around the league.
It’s hard to believe that it has been 29 years since Joe Montana drove the 49ers the length of the field to hit John Taylor for a scoring strike with 0:32 on the clock, as San Francisco knocked off Cincinnati to win Super Bowl XXIII. Lost in one of the greatest comebacks in Super Bowl history was just how good the 1988 Bengals were as a football team.
Growing up as a kid in the 80’s there were very few Super Bowls that turned out to be good. The two best games of the decade involved my favorite childhood team, the Cincinnati Bengals, losing on two occasions to the San Francisco 49ers. For the most part the games were blowouts. In fact from the ’83 Raiders to the ’93 Cowboys the average margin of victory in the world’s most watched event was 23 points.
After 51 Super Bowl matchups some trends have developed that could offer some insight on how you approach this year’s contest from a betting perspective.