BRYAN KNOWLES grew up watching Joe Montana and Steve Young ply their trade at quarterback, so he has somewhat overly-inflated expectations of how quarterbacks should perform. This has certainly done him no favors over the past decade or so of watching the San Francisco 49ers. A graduate of UC Davis and San Jose State University, he has opted to eschew all the useful advice those august institutions have supplied him with and become a sportswriter instead. He’s been published at Bleacher Report and Fansided, and currently lives in Chicago with a wife who for some reason puts up with him.
Scramble's final preseason article goes into the big questions: Can anything stop Patrick Mahomes? Will Kyle Shanahan be coach of the year, or the first coach fired? And will Andrew ever figure out American betting odds?
6 comments, Last at 04 Sep 2019, 03:01pm by Mountain Time ---- formerly Ninjalectual
Bryan and Andrew head up to the bitter north, where they debate if Cleveland is for real, if the Steelers can survive the loss of the Killer B's, and whether or not anyone in the NFC North is actually good.
25 comments, Last at 26 Aug 2019, 06:37pm by Will Allen
Bryan and Andrew continue their look at the 2019 Over/Unders with a trip out west, where they argue as to whether the Broncos and Raiders will be worse, whether the 49ers will realize last years' potential this year, and if they can find anything at all to disagree about.
8 comments, Last at 22 Aug 2019, 10:43am by Jetspete
Why was the Eagles' season so weird, and what does that tell us about how Nick Foles might fare in Jacksonville? How did Amari Cooper's arrival change Dak Prescott's style in Dallas? What do Ben Roethlisberger and Deshaun Watson have in common? And why must Seattle do everything different than anyone else does?
2 comments, Last at 15 Aug 2019, 02:40pm by Vincent Verhei
Bryan and Andrew are back for another season of Scramble for the Ball! This year, they start their trip through the league's Over/Unders out east, where they question if anyone will ever catch the Patriots, if the Jets will ever figure out what they're doing, and if the Giants are really as bad as everyone thinks they are.