Four teams are left. Only three games to go. In Episode 123 of The GetSportsInfo Podcast I look at this weekend’s matchups and argue why I think Conference Championship weekend is THE best day of the NFL season every year.
Two spots in the Super Bowl are on the line in this week’s NFL Playoff action. For those playing with weekly lineups or in one-and-done formats we’ve got you covered with our Conference Championship edition of the GSI Cheat Sheet.
There is so much hype built around Super Bowl Sunday each that sometimes the game is lost in the shuffle. Conference Championship Sunday features double the action and fewer glitz and glamour. It’s the reason it is actually my favorite football day of the year!
At the end of each fantasy season it is important to take note of both good and bad performances and identify some players who had a good outputs from the year and identify which of them still have a chance to take up a notch next season.
With Sam Wyche passing away many fond memories popped up for Bengals’ fans. It’s hard to believe that it has been over 30 years since 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.
We have a second weekend in a row of four great NFL Playoff games on tap. Which teams will win? Which players will go off? In Episode 123 of The GetSportsInfo Podcast I give some quick takes on how I expect each of the Divisional Round contests to unfold. Continue reading
We have eight teams left standing entering the second weekend of NFL Playoff action. For those playing with weekly lineups or one-and-done style formats we’ve got you covered with our Divisional Round GSI Cheat Sheet.
The 2019 fantasy football season is in the books. It was definitely a year that brought some surprises and a fair share of disappointments. Now it’s time to honor some of the best and worst performances with some our fantasy awards.
I have been playing fantasy football for three decades. As we turn to 2020 and a dawn of a new decade I look back on these last 10 years and it blows my mind to see how far things have come in the industry and beyond.
The calendar has hit January and the NFL postseason is ready to kickoff. In Episode 121 of The GetSportsInfo Podcast I make my predictions for the playoffs, look at some various fantasy formats to keep you engaged, and discuss some of the coaching changes taking place. Continue reading