If 2020 has taught us anything, it is to expect the unexpected, and Week 15 was a clear example of that. The Jets not only won a football game, but did so as 17.5-point underdogs against the Rams! Then, on Monday Night Football, the Bengals upset the Steelers as 14-point underdogs. To sum it up, it was a wild week with unexpected outcomes! With that, … Continue reading 2020 NFL Week 16 Game-By-Game Model Projections
The NFL season is nearing the playoffs and the NBA season is almost under way, but honestly, the MLB is in its best season- the offseason! With so many players, as well as managers and executives, changing organizations, this is a critical time for franchises to progress and improve their teams not just for this season, but in the future as well. Technically, free agency … Continue reading MLB Contract Projections For Top 190 Free Agents
Week 14 was hyped up as a week with many premier matchups, and it certainly delivered. Between Jalen Hurts winning in his first start, the Bills making a statement in primetime, and a back-and-forth affair between the Chiefs and Dolphins, Sunday provides us with tremendous entertainment. However, that wasn’t all the week had in store; Monday Night Football featured arguably the game of the year … Continue reading 2020 NFL Week 15 Game-By-Game Model Projections
There is a common saying in football that anything can happen on “any given Sunday”, and that was extremely true in Week 13. tThere were an extraordinary amount of upsets that took place. Not only did the Colt McCoy-led Giants beat the Seahawks in Seattle, but on Monday, the Washington Football Team was able to defeat the undefeated Steelers. Heck, even the Jets and Jaguars … Continue reading 2020 NFL Week 14 Game-By-Game Model Projections
We knew that we weren’t in for a normal season, and Week 12 illustrated that. Not only did the Steelers-Ravens game get postponed for almost a week, but COVID-19 rules forced the Broncos to play without a quarterback, while several other impact players from various teams were placed on the COVID-19 list. Furthermore, with so many quarterback injuries, teams were forced to play backups, making … Continue reading 2020 NFL Week 13 Game-By-Game Model Projections
Week 11 had some great matchups on slate, and it delivered. Not only were some of the day games tremendous, including two overtime games, but the primetime games were fantastic. Personally, I believe the Chiefs-Raiders game on Sunday Night Football was the game of the year, while Cardinals-Seahawks and Bucs-Rams also came down to the wire! With that, let us examine my model’s projections for … Continue reading 2020 NFL Week 12 Game-By-Game Model Projections
Due to an interesting scheduling quirk, we had SIX late afternoon games in Week 10, and the slate delivered! Not only were some of the early games better than expected, but the late games provided us with plenty of entertainment, including an incredible Hail Mary! Additionally, both the Sunday night game and Monday night game were decided by one score, meaning that we were able … Continue reading 2020 NFL Week 11 Game-By-Game Model Projections
They may not be on fantasy football rosters, but it is impossible to overstate the impact NFL head coaches have. After all, the players on said rosters can be talented, yet if they aren’t being put in a position to succeed, it may not matter at the end. We have seen plenty of talented teams underperform, compared to teams that appear to overachieve. That is … Continue reading NFL Team Building: What Should Teams Be Looking For When Hiring a Head Coach?
The MLB offseason is filled with a lot of player movement, but something that always tends to fly under the radar is the hiring of new coaches. There is a reason why manager hires aren’t extremely exciting; the perception is that they aren’t important in today’s MLB. With front offices more involved in-game decision making, as well as baseball being more of a “three true … Continue reading MLB Team Building: What Should Teams Be Looking For When Hiring a Manager?
Free agency is an exciting time for MLB fans. With so many well-known players on the move, it is understandable that they want their team to do whatever it takes to sign them; the perception of free agents are generally boosted incredibly based on all the rumors and buzz surrounding them. Thus, general managers are praised when they are aggressive when it comes to signing … Continue reading MLB Team Building: Why Relying on Free Agency Can Be Fatal