Bryan and Andrew turn their attentions to the NFC West, where first-round picks are as fleeting as a summer squall. Is Trey Lance ready for prime time? Is Matthew Stafford actually an upgrade over Jared Goff? And can the Seahawks get out of their own way?
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Bryan and Andrew come back for their second Scramble in two days, looking at the over/under lines in the AFC East. They are of Tua minds on Tagovailoa and the Dolphins, but also spare time to talk about Josh Allen and getting caught in sudden New York rain showers.
Bryan and Andrew are back for a sixth year of Scramble, looking at the over/under lines in the NFC East. Will Ryan Fitzpatrick give Washington sturdy quarterback play? Will Dak Prescott give the Cowboys a sturdy quarterback ankle? And can anyone, anyone at all, get above .500 this year, please?
It's hard to find needs on a team that won the Super Bowl and brings back all 22 starters. The Saints, however need receivers, while the Falcons and Panthers both need defensive help.
Below the Mason-Dixon Line, we find the Falcons and Panthers needing defensive backs, the Saints (probably?) needing to find a new quarterback, and the reigning Super Bowl champions needing a running back who can catch.
2020 is finally done! Bryan and Andrew wrap up the year by going back to the beginning and reviewing their naïve predictions from this offseason.
On Sunday, the best of the best go head to head in Tampa. While everybody else celebrates that, we celebrate the
Houston Texans worst of the worst!
A tradition like a number of others! Bryan and Andrew return to figure out whether Tyreek Hill or Travis Kelce will have a better day, if the Buccaneers can resist the urge to punt on fourth-and-short, and whether The Weeknd will be joined by a holographic Michael Jackson.
In one half of the continent, the old gods of the quarterback pantheon remain venerated. In the other, a new faith militant emerges. With one eye on the future, Bryan and Andrew offer praise to those to whom praise is due.