Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Writers Wanted - Thursday Night Football

We are looking for writers to cover Thursday Night Football for us this NFL season!  All we ask of you is that you watch Thursday Night Football, and by Friday morning, recap the game and breakdown the fantasy football side of things.

Quote from Week 1 last season, when Peyton Manning threw 7 touchdowns on the Baltimore Ravens defense:
What Peyton Manning did to that poor Baltimore Ravens defense last night was just unfair.  27 completions for 462 yards and 7 touchdowns?!  On opening night?!  C'Mon Man!  The Denver Broncos offense can't possibly do this on a weekly basis right?  Or is the Ravens D just that bad without Ray Lewis, Ed Reed and the rest of the gang that left Bmore.  Either way, somehow, Eric Decker was left out of all the fun.  Even Andre Caldwell caught his 1 catch in the endzone.  Decker was targeted 7 times, but only hauled in 2 catches for 32 yards. Demaryius Thomas (5 catches, 11 targets, 161 yards), Wes Welker (9,11,67) and Julius Thomas (5,7,110) each caught a pair of TDs.

Not that they needed too, but the Broncos could not move the ball on the ground.  21 rushing attempts went just 67 yards and no carry went further than Montee Ball's 9 yard run.  Knowshon Moreno led the team with 9 carries, Ball had 8 and Ronnie Hillman saw 4.
Click here to read the Ravens side of things.

We aren't asking you to get to technical, but rather give your opinion on what you saw that Thursday, and what you think it means moving forward in fantasy football.  In return, we will link back to your blog, twitter, podcast, etc. at the end and give you a chance to explain to readers who you are and why they should be following you!

Take a look at this seasons Thursday Night Football schedule, and if your favorite team is playing, or you just think the game will be a great matchup, sign up!

Thursday NightAwayHome
Sept 11SttelersRavens
Sept 18BuccaneersFalcons
Sept 25GiantsRedskins
Oct 2VikingsPackers
Oct 9ColtsTexans
Oct 16JetsPatriots
Oct 23ChargersBroncos
Oct 30SaintsPanthers
Nov 6BrownsBengals
Nov 13BillsDolphins
Nov 20ChiefsRaiders
Dec 4CowboysBears
Dec 11CardinalsRams
Dec 18TitansJaguars

More examples from last season:

Jets v Patriots
Eagles v Chiefs
Rams v 49ers
Browns v Bills
Giants v Bears

We are also looking for Monday Night Football help!

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