Month: October 2020

October 17, 2020


This week we get a column featuring 2 primos giving their best bets for Week 6. Primo Nico Gutierrez went 4-1 last week, and I went 3-2. We’re back with a column breaking down each of our picks for Week 6:

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October 16, 2020

Adentro y Afuera, Week 6 QUARTERBACKS

Now that we’ve got 5 games in, we have a good enough sample size. We know that Aaron Rodgers is much better than many had him projected to be. There’s some question about whether Lamar Jackson was worth the high draft pick. Cam Newton is fairly clearly the best value pick among the QBs.

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October 13, 2020

Los Waivers Week 6: Chasing Chase & Streaming for Dak

As I write this, it’s hard to get the image of Dak Prescott’s gruesome injury out of my head. This is on a par with Joe Theisman (also on MNF), Napoleon McCallum and in baseball, Moises Alou. So glad he got immediate care from one of the leading surgeons, so we’re all hoping for him to attack his rehab as well as he did the Washington defense.

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October 8, 2020

Adentro y Afuera, Week 5 QUARTERBACKS

You bucked all the expert advice to fade Aaron Rodgers, now you’re reaping the benefit. Or you banked on Matthew Stafford building off the dominant 8 weeks he had before his season was derailed due to a back injury. And there are those of you feeling uneasy about Josh Allen’s availability with the Titans-Bills game moved to Tuesday (and hopefully no further out). 

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October 6, 2020

Quarter Quandaries: Los Waivers, Week 5

OK, a quarter of the season is in the books. No more talk of small sample sizes. We’ve now had 25% of the season done. These players are either who they are, or well on the way to becoming who they are. What’s interesting, several rookie WR have either already broken out or on the cusp. 

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October 2, 2020

Adentro y Afuera, Week 4 QUARTERBACKS

We’re running out of adjectives for the start that Russell Wilson has had up to now. With 14 TDs, no QB in history has hit that mark through 3 games. Patrick Mahomes in 2018. Peyton Manning in 2013. Tom Brady in 2007. Dan Marino in 1984. None of them hit that mark. That’s how incredible this season could be for Wilson.

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