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In a week where your humble Scramblers were holed up in airports and moving vans, Bryan and Andrew discuss just how many games a fan can watch in a day.
The rookie quarterback's performance against the Bills was the sort of eye-wateringly terrible day we love. But can it hold a candle to David Carr and the rest of Texans ignominy?
With the London games restarting after a year absence, our resident international correspondent Andrew schools Bryan on just how the game of Gridiron is working out abroad.
Urban Meyer calls the experts to figure out what he can do about his malfunctioning Lambo. Plus, we announce our brand new Week 3 winner and make picks for the biggest losers of Week 4.
This year's pack of highly-touted rookie quarterbacks hasn't exactly gotten off to the world's hottest start. Bryan and Andrew go through the Big 5 + 1 to try to find opportunities for the young bucks to actually put up a win or two.
Now that you can set your Loser League lineup every week, you have a decision to make—go for the floundering rookie, or find a devastating defensive matchup? We look at the historical numbers to see which strategy works better. Plus, we announce our veteran Week 2 winner and make picks for the biggest losers of Week 3.
There are seven 0-2 teams in the league as we enter Week 2. Bryan and Andrew sort through the wreckage of so many seasons, to try and separate the truly dead from the mostly dead.
Aaron Rodgers' worst-ever day highlights the results from the first week of Loser League. Was it the worst day ever from a star passer? Plus, we announce our highly surprising Week 1 winner and make picks for the biggest losers of Week 2.
The Houston Texans, best team in the AFC? The Green Bay Packers, last place in the NFC? Week 1 injected its usual dose of chaos into the NFL landscape. Bryan and Andrew try to parse through the wreckage.