by Nicholas Cicale (@nickcicale) This piece is pretty easy to figure out. Throughout you fantasy football draft there are a handful of teammates that have similar value, are fighting for roles in their offense, and are going in or around the same spot. Here, I go through a few of these situations for each positionContinue reading “Fantasy Football: Players That Should Have Their Team’s Trust (and Yours)”
Tag Archives: Preseason
2014 MLB Preview #15-10
You’ll be finding playoff contenders from this point on in my rankings. Since I started writing my power rankings a few weeks ago, a lot of things have changed, most of them injury related. I’ve adjusted my remaining team rankings accordingly but am leaving my projected records the same (they’re too hard to change acrossContinue reading “2014 MLB Preview #15-10”
2014 MLB Preview #22: Minnesota Twins
Minnesota Twins (72-90) Team Ace: Ricky Nolasco Breakout Player: Josmil Pinto The Twins’ as a team ranked 29th in ERA last season, and their notable improvement is with their starting rotation. Expecting a huge jump in production would be unrealistic but they could find themselves in the 16-20 range.
My 2013 Preseason NFL Awards Predictions
MVP 1. Tom Brady, QB Predicted Stats: 4600 passing yards, 39 passing TDs, 10 int It’s really, really hard to go against Tom Brady or Peyton Manning in the preseason for MVP, because come the end of the year you know they’ll be getting votes. Brady loves to show off whenever the Patriots are facingContinue reading “My 2013 Preseason NFL Awards Predictions”
NCAA Football: 2013 Preseason Top 25 Deli Poll
There’s the USA Today Coaches Poll, The Harris Poll, The Legends Poll, and now, one week before the start of college football, I would like to introduce The Deli Poll, the newest measure of college football success. 1) Alabama 2) Ohio State 3) Stanford 4) Georgia 5) Texas A&M
Kicking Off the Preseason the Right Way: Five reasons the Pro Bowl should be moved to the NFL preseason.
by Nicholas Cicale (@nickcicale) Two weeks into the preseason and I’ve already watch more sports over the last two weeks than I did almost all summer. The games are meaningless and might not even feature everyone’s favorite teams, yet millions are tuning in to see whatever game their local cable provider decided to air because,Continue reading “Kicking Off the Preseason the Right Way: Five reasons the Pro Bowl should be moved to the NFL preseason.”