And the fun continues. Entering week three, just as we’re starting to figure out who might be good and who might have taken a step back on the field this season, more teams are starting to lose guys to domestic violence issues off the field.
Arizona Cardinals RB Jonathan Dwyer is the latest Neanderthal (allegedly, I guess) to see his season affected. Allegations surfaced that Dwyer abused his girlfriend and an 18-month-old child. Classy. At least the Cardinals learned from the Vikings’ mistakes and immediately saw to it that Dwyer would not set foot on the field again in 2014 by putting him on the Reserve-Non Football Injury list. So part of what I’m watching will be how the Cardinals, already down a QB and playing a less-than-totally-healthy Andre Ellington at RB, react heading into a big game against San Francisco. Continue reading
Well, it wasn’t a great week of betting, but considering how wacky the on-field results were and how mediocre our straight-up picks went, I think we can be happy we survived and lived to bet another day.
Both of us went 2-2 in week two. Tony hit his upset which left him slightly up for the week. I missed mine so I was down. Both of us are incrementally up for the season so far. Here’s the standings board.
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Here are our bets: Continue reading
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