Welcome to the 2017 SB Nation Bracket War Room! SB Nation has run a fantasy football live chat during the NFL season called the Fantasy War Room. The notion behind it was to put our experts at your disposal to help you answer those burning questions for your fantasy football lineups.
Selection Sunday is behind us, and the 2017 NCAA basketball tournament Cheap Michael Jordan Jerseys For Kids has tipped off with the First Four. It only seemed fitting to carry the “War Room” idea over to bracket advice. You have numerous brackets, and plenty of bragging rights and other assorted “things” on the line. This chat is meant to provide you with all the advice you can handle from our college basketball experts. We will have a mix of talent providing advice this week. Some days you’ll get a mid-major expert, other days a major conference expert, and other days a national writer who covers a little bit of everything.
Maybe Cleveland is so confident in Brian Hoyer (which would be a repeat of the Derek Anderson fiasco) that it doesn’t use one of those picks on a quarterback, but it probably should. I’m not sure the Browns will be able to do anything to get Teddy Bridgewater, should he still be the consensus No. 1 pick, but there are a number of good QB prospects next year, and they should take one of them early. Even if they have to move up to do so.
What’s the worst that could happen? Is it worse than having wound up with Weeden and Richardson?
Up next: A benched Weeden and starting Jason Campbell face possibly Cheap MLB Authentic Jerseys the best defense in the league in Kansas City.