It’s gameday. Primetime Arrowhead against a division opponent. Get your minds right by catching up on some hot links and money-making locks of the century, of the week.
Monday Morning Piss Heater: Wade Davis Being Unhittable In 2015
We got your piss hot with 2015 Wade Davis highlights. A dominant member of the Royals bullpen during their two World Series runs and championship in 2015, Davis was an automatic game over when he entered games. He was truly impressive. Save travels, Saveman. We will never forgot you.
I’m Not Drunk on Drink, But I’m Catching a Smooth Buzz
We tickled your nether region with some love for Eli Drinkwitz. Drink’s got something going in Columbia. Recruits are coming left and right, getting some beef on the offensive line, and he singled handedly ended Dan Mullen in Florida. Pour yourself a glass of the good stuff and enjoy some Drink.
Creed Humphrey Friday: Week 12
We gave you some hot Creed content despite it being the bye week. Humphrey maintains his spot atop the PFF leaderboard for centers, and these links show you why.
We kept up with Scobes’ journey. He’s been on the Injured List but was re-activated and back in action for a Week 12 update as part of your regularly scheduled program.
FROM AROUND THE WEB
Seth Keysor charted every snap from Creed Humphrey over 6 games. You know this is worthy of a click. You click. We click. We all click for Creed.
Is Frank Clark back? I am Jack’s Kombucha Girl meme. We’re willing to wait and see but if the past few games are any indication, Clark’s resurgence could mean big things for the Chiefs defense.
MCGANNON: 8 – 4 (16 – 10 overall)
SCOBES: 4 – 8 (14 – 11)
|NYG @ MIA||+6.5 / -6.5||MIA||NYG|
|IND @ HOU||-10 / +10||IND||IND|
|MIN @ DET||-7 / +7||MIN||MIN|
|PHI @ NYJ||-5 / +5||PHI||PHI|
|ARI @ CHI||-7.5 / +7.5||ARI||ARI|
|LAC @ CIN||+3 / -3||CIN||LAC|
|TB @ ATL||-10.5 / +10.5||TB||ATL|
|JAX @ LAR||+12.5 / -12.5||LAR||LAR|
|WAS @ LV||+1.5 / -1.5||LV||LV|
|BAL @ PIT||-4.5 / +4.5||BAL||BAL|
|SF @ SEA||-3 / +3||SF||SF|
|DEN @ KC||+9.5 / -9.5||DEN||DEN|
|NE @ BUF||+2.5 / -2.5||NE||BUF|