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.
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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.
Bryan and Andrew have let their fantasy rosters slide while preparing for the season to begin. Now they must pick through the remnants of the waiver wire to build a roster out of the dregs of the league, sorting through the Jameis Winstons and Russell Gages of the world to create something vaguely cromulent.
Bryan and Andrew's offseason tour continues as they turn their attention to the individual stats and awards! Patrick Mahomes tickles them pink, Dak Prescott is in the pink, and Matt Nagy's slip may be pink.
Bryan and Andrew finish their tour of the league's over/unders with the AFC North. Are the Browns for real, or is the pull of the Factory of Sadness to strong? Are the Steelers contenders, or will the ghost of Ben Roethlisberger's arm strength doom them? And what does Zac Taylor do here, exactly?
We're back! The Loser League makes it's triumphant return in 2021 with new rules, new prizes, and a new weekly column where we can all kvetch about all of our favorite terrible football players.
Bryan and Andrew finish off the NFC by looking up North, where we wonder how warm Matt Nagy's seat can get, whether the Vikings are young or just inexperienced, and how to best serve filet of braised kneecap.
Fitting the best possible roster under the 2021 salary cap? Easy. Doing so and still being able to field a team in 2022? A little tougher.
Bryan and Andrew turn their attentions to the AFC South, where pessimism abounds: questionable quarterbacks in Indianapolis, questionable staff in Jacksonville, and questionable everything in Houston.
Bryan and Andrew take a spirited look at the NFC South, questioning the past of Sam Darnold, the present of Taysom Hill, and the future of Tom Brady.