How does SnapCall Sports produce relevant questions in real time? Through our team of quick-thinking, sports-loving color commentators called Gamecasters asking the questions and commenting as the action develops.
As a lifetime New York sports fan, Mike learned to question play calls from a young age. And as a researcher for ESPN’s statistics and analysis team, he gained a deep knowledge of players, trends and tendencies that make him the perfect man to draw up a SnapCall.
Ross, a seasoned, sports professional, brings nearly 10 years’ experience as a sports journalist including, writing for SB Nation and USA Today. He’s also shared his talents with the likes of STATS Inc., ESPN, and CBS. He loves that SnapCall Sports gives him the opportunity to help revolutionize the sports industry by creating a different kind of sports content for the fan.
As a disciple of advanced sabermetrics, Jonathan is fascinated by trends, tendencies, and the situational side of sports. Combine that with the fact that’s he’s done statistical research with MIT professors, and it all adds up to a beautiful mind for SnapCall Sports.
As a diehard Cubs fan, Michael doesn’t just write about the game. He lives in the game. Literally. He resided in the rooftop apartments overlooking Wrigley’s centerfield for two years. And if that’s not evidence enough of his fanhood, he’s also worked as a writer for Next Impulse Sports – a Top 50 website recognized by Time Magazine’s Tech Team.
Andy knows all about making accurate predictions. He’s written for the nation’s most accurate fantasy football draft rankings website, DraftSharks, for two years. And as a former athletic director and architect of two sports programs, he also knows what makes organizations tick.
Alex knew early that sports casting was his calling, earning recognition for his talents in high school and college as a CBI Nominated Sportscaster. A diehard Boston fan with a soft spot for Alabama football, Alex loves all kinds of sports–from football to hockey to competitive eating.
Being raised in Boston, it’s hard not to love sports. And Luke was no exception. His love for sports runs deep as both a player and avid fan. In fact, his dream growing up was always to find a reputable job that showcased his love of sports. Well, Luke looks like dreams do come true!
A competitive sports player since the age of five and a lover of numbers, Hunter offers a unique perspective as a Gamecaster. Hunter uses his analytical background to create interesting predictive questions based on trends other broadcasters may not see.
Having worked as a researcher for NHL Studios, Craig reigns as SnapCall Sport’s in-house hockey guru. He’s also no stranger to calling a fast-paced game on the fly – he’s the in-game statistician for New Jersey Devils radio.
There's one guy who brings the Gamecasters together and helps make it all happen: Sports Director, Jimmy Young. Learn what makes Jimmy
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January 15th, 2018 - You called all the action from the Divisional Round, and now we're onto the Conference Championships. Just as everyone expected, the four QBs are Tom Brady...Blake Bortles...Case Keenum...and Nick Foles? Oh boy. Should they be getting the next banner stitched up in New England already? This will surely be the battle of underdogs just to get to the big game.
The Jacksonville defense is very real and scary, but their 45 points in Pittsburgh was far from the norm. To have a shot, Leonard Fournette will have to prove to be healthy, and get chunks of yards every time he touches the ball. If they can get TDs, and not settle for FGs, while keeping Tom Brady off the field, they just might keep this one close enough to pull off a late Case-Keenum (yes, that's a term now).
As for the NFC, it's up for grabs. Defense, defense, defense will be the name of the game in Philly.
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