Marty Funkhouser

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  1. Greg Zuerlein 2018 Outlook

    I never drafted a kicker with actual excitement until this year. This is a huge blow to everyone that likely reached a round or two early for him. Zuerlein gave you a legitimate edge each week.
  2. Josh Gordon 2018 Outlook

    The New England orphanage for wayward souls welcomes another tremendous talent for a measly fifth round draft pick. Let’s see what “culture” can actually accomplish. Sky could actually be the limit.
  3. Jordan Howard 2018 Outlook

    I think we’re going to look at Jordan Howard seven or eight years from now and not even notice he’s accumulated 10,000 yards rushing. Runningbacks are a dime a dozen a lot of the time but he is going to have a Frank Gore or Curtis Martin career. He runs like an anvil with great footwork and vision.
  4. New York Giants 2018 Outlook

    Only two games but Shurmur hasn’t done anything to dispel the notion that he isn’t head coach material. No adjustments on offense. When they’ve beaten you multiple times with uncontested stunts you need to at least try something else. The offense just looks like they’re stuck in sand. I can’t remember the last time the Giants won the line of scrimmage on either side of the ball. You can dress it up and add all of the flashy skill position players you want but it isn’t going to make a difference if you can’t fix the line play.
  5. New York Giants 2018 Outlook

    Same problems. Eli isn’t particularly good anymore I think most people with a realistic view of him understand that he’s very limited at this point in his career and he can’t play behind a line like this. Any team would require athleticism and mobility from their quarterback fielding this offensive line.
  6. Phillip Lindsay 2018 Outlook

    Danny Woodhead. Is there any reason he can’t play that role in the Bronco offense? Seems like there’s certainly room for a back with that skill set.
  7. Greg Olsen 2018 Outlook

    Shame, seems like a legitimately great guy and was as durable and productive a tight end as you could find the past half decade.
  8. Greg Olsen 2018 Outlook

    I don’t think there’s a better tight end on the waiver wire than a healthy Greg Olsen. Or a semi healthy Greg Olsen.
  9. 9/5 - GAME DAY THREAD

    Yankees can still get in, get hot, and have the bounces go their way but it’s looking more and more like it isn’t their year. They’ll have a very nice season and fall short.
  10. Deshaun Watson 2018 Outlook

    I did the low end hookup with Fuller. Fuller scored all 7 of his touchdowns in the 4 games he played with Watson. I didn’t even know that until after the draft but I think it’s good to know for those who haven’t drafted yet.
  11. 8/23 - GAME DAY THREAD

    With how he’s pitched and only a 2 run lead this is a day you’d push for it
  12. 8/18 - GAME DAY THREAD

    As incredible of a hitter and player Paul Goldschmidt has been, I think this year is the best work he’s done. For him to look so completely lost and flat out over matched for that long of a stretch, and to then respond with a streak that nearly puts him on his career pace is actually hard to believe. He’s put himself into the NL mvp discussion.
  13. Greg Bird 2018 Outlook

    Yeah, you’re right. I was lit up when I posted that. He probably won’t get between 5,000-7,000 more chances though that was an incredibly high number and range to come up with.
  14. Jacob deGrom 2018 Outlook

    Scherzer and Nola are deserving candidates and if they were to get the award over deGrom it wouldn’t be that big of a deal but I’d hope a shiny looking win loss record wouldn’t be a deciding factor. Robert Gsellman has 6 wins as a reliever for the Mets.
  15. Greg Bird 2018 Outlook

    What an arrogant douchebag.