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3 Top Landing Spots for WR Curtis Samuel

Where Will Curtis Samuel Play in 2021? By: Michael Obermuller With the NFL free agency window approaching, the speculation on where players will sign is fully underway. One interesting name on the market is wide receiver Curtis Samuel, who has played for the Carolina Panthers the first four years of his career. The Panthers are… Continue Reading →

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3 Potential Destinations For Adrian Peterson: Where Will AP Continue Playing?

Where Will Peterson Play in 2021? By: Caleb Holfoth (@cmhfilm) Adrian Peterson has had one of the best running back careers in NFL history. The 4-time First-Team All-Pro, 7-time Pro-Bowler, and future first-ballot Hall of Famer is looking for a new team after spending his 2020 season with the Detroit Lions. Peterson has already stated… Continue Reading →

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Top 3 Teams To Trade For Second Overall Pick

Who Will Trade For The Second Overall Pick? As February comes to a close, the 2021 NFL Draft inches closer and closer. In the NFL Draft, the No. one overall pick and No. two overall pick often grab the spotlight — quarterbacks have notoriously been drafted back to back with first and second overall pick…. Continue Reading →

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3 Teams That Should Trade For Marshon Lattimore: Colts Have The Money, Need, and Push

Will Lattimore be a Saint Long Term? The New Orleans Saints are entering a 2021 offseason with lots of question marks. Saints are not only expecting Drew Brees to retire, but they will find themselves deep in with the money sharks. As widely enunciated, the Saints are dead last in cap space. The team will… Continue Reading →

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Four Possible Marcus Mariota Trade Destinations

Which Teams Need The Former Duck The Most? By Rod Villagomez Once upon a time, Marcus Mariota was drafted by the Tennessee Titans with the second pick in the 2015 draft. He joined an organization several years removed from their glory days and searching for a new identity. He went on to lead his team… Continue Reading →

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3 Potential Destinations for WR Desean Jackson: Jackson Could Improve Kirk Cousins’s Weak Spots

Where Will Desean Jackson Sign? By: Jake Rajala Desean Jackson, the Eagles playmaker that’s reminisced for being an elite deep threat, falling backward into the endzone on the goal-line, and muffing punt returns only to score a touchdown, is now no longer a Philadelphia Eagle. The eight-year–long native to Philly was just released in an… Continue Reading →

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Three Potential Landing Spots For Tim Patrick: A Return to Denver?

Where Could Tim Patrick Land? By: Teddy Ricketson Tim Patrick is a restricted free agent coming off of a 2020 campaign with the Denver Broncos. Going undrafted in 2017 out of Utah, Patrick was signed and eventually cut by the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers before eventually landing with the Broncos. Now the 27-year-old… Continue Reading →

Three Quarterback Options for the San Francisco 49ers

Which QB Could Kyle Shanahan Go After in 2021? By: Brennan Sokowski Given the 49ers’ current quarterback situation, it’s an obvious thought that they could be in the market for an upgrade at the position. Jimmy Garappolo’s current contract situation gives the 9ers some much needed flexibility at the position, as he’s due just $4.6M… Continue Reading →

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3 Free Agency Destinations For Leonard Fournette

Where Could Playoff Lenny Land? By Jared Clifton Playoff Lenny got his fresh start in Tampa Bay, after a somewhat surprising late offseason release from the Jaguars. Once again, he gets an opportunity to choose his next adventure, as he enters free agency in a deep free agent running back class. Conventional wisdom has him… Continue Reading →

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Top Landing Spots for Justin Houston

Where will Houston land this off-season? By: Austin Ebersole (@EbersoleAustin) For ten seasons now, Justin Houston has been reeking havoc in backfields and destroying game plans. With 97.5 career sacks, multiple Pro Bowl selections, and a sack title, Houston would be a great addition for multiple teams this off-season who are looking to get after… Continue Reading →

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Top Destinations for Von Miller

Where Will The Broncos Pass Rusher Land? By: Brady Atkins With recent rumors reporting that Von Miller, a longtime pass-rusher with the Denver Broncos, a three-time All-Pro and a Super Bowl MVP, suggesting that Miller is on his way out from Denver– a unicorn is about to hit free agency. All 32 teams in the… Continue Reading →

Top Fits For Haason Reddick

Which Team Needs The Cardinals Elite Pass Rusher? By: Adam Martin @thereggambler1 Linebacker is a position that sometimes gets forgotten about but is important to a teams overall success. There are a few teams who need to improve in this area and they would do well to bring in Haason Reddick. Reddick has been with… Continue Reading →

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Potential Landing Spots For Rob Gronkowski: A Return to Tampa?

Where Will Gronk Land? By: Brennan Sokowoski Rob Gronkowski is the most interesting man at every party that he goes to. NFL and sportscasters all over the globe are as obsessed with Gronk’s lifestyle as arson is with fire. However, Gronkowski’s football life has been anything but exciting, unless you count the three super bowl… Continue Reading →

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5 Free Agency Destinations for Free Agent Brandon Scherff

Where will Brandon Scherff play in 2021? By: Menachem Ickovitz (Twitter: @menudo_man) One of the most coveted free agents this off-season is expected to be guard Brandon Scherff. He played the 2020 season for the Washington Football Team on the franchise tag. Scherff was drafted at pick #5 in the 2015 Draft by Washington. Since… Continue Reading →

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3 Potential QB Replacements if Russell Wilson Leaves

Will Russell Wilson Leave Seattle? Written by: Benedetto Vitale – Twitter (@TalksVitale) The quarterback buzz mill is in full swing and the latest victim is Russell Wilson. Due to recent reports of him voicing frustration about the Seattle Seahawks front office, it’s now speculated by some that Wilson would be open to leaving Seattle. He’s… Continue Reading →

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Al Davis Tribute: Review and Reflection on The Raiders Legendary Coach

By Adrian Gutierrez (AdrianGutierrez@KitchenisDads) The Allegiant Stadium, which has a shell that is as black as the dark side of the moon, stands out in a city that is known for its bright lights, blazing sun, and iconic casino architecture. In name, it is the official home of the Las Vegas Raiders, but for Raider… Continue Reading →

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Three Potential Replacements For Derek Carr

Where Could The Raiders Look If Carr Leaves By: Caleb Holfoth The quarterback carousel this offseason is already off to an exciting start with Matthew Stafford being traded to the Los Angeles Rams. James Palmer of NFL Network reported that several teams have called the Raiders and have made offers for starting QB Derek Carr…. Continue Reading →

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Projecting The 2021 Breakout Players For Each AFC Team

Which Player Will Break Out For Each AFC Squad? By: Martin Williams With each of the 32 organizations looking ahead to the 2021/22 season and how they can improve on the rosters they already have, they will also be looking within at players currently signed.  Here we take an early look at some of the… Continue Reading →

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3 Most Realistic Trade Destinations for Nick Foles: A Return to Philadelphia?

Where Will The Eagles Legend Land? By: Kyle Strater After what has been an eventful career, the former Super-Bowl MVP, Nick Foles, had a very down year with the Chicago Bears in 2020. Foles is still a starting caliber quarterback, but will be playing with a chip on his shoulder in 2021, and if he… Continue Reading →

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Top 3 Landing Spots for Orlando Brown Jr.

Where Will The Ravens Tackle Land?        By: Chris Moore (Twitter: @fantasy_moore) The Ravens appear to have found themselves in trouble with offensive linemen Orlando Brown Jr. Brown has recently stated his frustration with the organization, making it clear he views himself as a left tackle and wants a trade. Brown has been playing right tackle… Continue Reading →

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Kansas City Chiefs: 4 Reasons Why They Didn’t Repeat Super Bowl Victories

What changed for Mahomes from Super Bowl 54? By: Martin Williams One year on from winning their first Super Bowl in 50 years, and days after a crushing defeat to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as they looked to defend their title, the Kansas City Chiefs have a long offseason to think about what could have… Continue Reading →

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Why The Value of a Great Defense Holds True: Buccaneers Super Bowl Proves It

Why Defense Wins Championships By: Brady Akins It’s third down and long, Super Bowl Sunday– the Kansas City Chiefs, Patrick Mahomes, and the rest of their Andy Reid led, superpowered offense face a situation they’ve seen before. Kansas City found themselves tasked with 194 third-down attempts in the 2020 regular season. They converted on 95… Continue Reading →

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Top Five Fits for Free Agent Quarterback Tyrod Taylor

Where will Tyrod Taylor land? Written By: Menachem Ickovitz (Twitter: @menudo_man) The quarterback roulette wheel is spinning again this off-season and Tyrod Taylor is getting his turn to be focused on in this article. Taylor spent the last two seasons with the Los Angeles Chargers and with the emergence of Justin Herbert it is unlikely… Continue Reading →

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Top Five Quarterback Options for the Patriots

Which Quarterback Should Start for the Patriots in 2021? By: David Buskirk (Twitter: @DBus49) The New England Patriots have become one of the most iconic teams in NFL history because of Tom Brady and Bill Belichick’s partnership. However, In 2020, the unthinkable happened. Tom Brady left Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots. Belichick was… Continue Reading →

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All-Time Great NFL Head Coach Marty Schottenheimer Passes Away at 77

Remembering legendary head coach Marty Schottenheimer Written By: Menachem Ickovitz (Twitter: @menudo_man) Long time NFL Head Coach Marty Schottenheimer passed away at the age of 77. The news comes only a few days after his family announced that he was moved into hospice care for complications caused by his Alzheimer’s Disease which he’s been battling… Continue Reading →

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Top 5 QB Options for the Carolina Panthers

Who is the Best QB for the Carolina Panthers Next Year? Written by: Benedetto Vitale (Twitter: @TalksVitale) Now with the Super Bowl complete, it’s time to put full focus and attention on the offseason. The Carolina Panthers currently have a young roster, specifically on the defensive side of the ball. Offensively, look for the front… Continue Reading →

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Bruce Arians vs Andy Reid: Head Coaching Timelines and Life Journeys

Andy Reid, Bruce Arians, and their Winding Paths to Super Bowl LV by Scott Mangan (Twitter: @fantasyspatula) 1974 Fade into a bar in Blacksburg, Virginia, 1974. The bartender — a recent Virginia Tech graduate — is a straight shooting, football loving, blue collar boy from York, PA.  Son of a machinist father and a candy… Continue Reading →

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Three Potential QB Replacements if Kirk Cousins Leaves the Vikings

Who Could be The New Vikings QB? By: Adam Martin With NFL trade talk in full swing and a few big names being traded already, another potential player that could be on the move is Kirk Cousins. Despite having a lackluster 2020 campaign, the 32-year-old NFL veteran has drawn some attention from other teams in… Continue Reading →

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Three Teams That Could Trade For Taysom Hill: WFT Could be a Fit

Could Taysom Hill Be Starting Elsewhere in 2021? By: Joe Pepe The 2020 NFL season is ending Sunday with the Super Bowl. We all know, though, that football is a year-round sport due to its offseason. 2021 will be an intense offseason compared to recent years due to the free-agent market’s amount of talent. One… Continue Reading →

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Five Quarterback Targets For The San Francisco 49ers

Where Does Kirk Cousins Land? By: Brady Atkins The San Francisco 49ers sit in an uncomfortable spot heading into the 2021 offseason. They’re just over one calendar year removed from competing for a Super Bowl. For the 2019 season, San Francisco set the league on fire en route to 13 wins, the conference’s number one… Continue Reading →

Super Bowl Preview: Chiefs vs Buccaneers

The OL/DL Matchup Is Vital on Sunday By: Najeh Wilkins (Twitter: @najehwilk) The Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are in a showdown for Super Bowl 55 in Tampa Bay. There are many storylines in play that will affect the game and who comes out victorious. Here is what you should look out… Continue Reading →

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3 Potential Landing Spots for Ryan Fitzpatrick

Will Fitzmagic Return to Miami? By: Benedetto Vitale (Twitter: @TalksVitale) It appears as though this offseason we’ll be witnessing the quarterback shuffle. First, we had Matthew Stafford and Jared Goff swap teams. Rumors are swirling around Deshaun Watson and Kirk Cousins. Plus, we have a deep quarterback class in the draft this year. With so… Continue Reading →

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Mitchell Trubisky: 3 Potential Landing Spots

Could Trubisky be the Heir to Tom Brady? By: Cody Molla This upcoming offseason is sure to be full of headlines surrounding the quarterback position. There are many signal callers whose futures remain unknown and there seems to be lots of shuffling of the deck ahead. The first domino has officially fallen with the recent… Continue Reading →

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Top Five Quarterback Options for Washington

Will Taylor Heinicke Return? By: Tayyib Abu (@tayyibabu1) The quarterback carousel began in earnest over the weekend. Late on Saturday, news broke that Matthew Stafford was heading west to become a Los Angeles Ram. The first significant domino fell over the weekend. The Rams got their man at quarterback, Stafford and Sean Mcvay could form… Continue Reading →

5 Potential Fits for Geno Atkins

Where Could the Bengals Legend Sign? @Calvin_SGF Geno Atkins has had a fantastic career, and he has been a force on the Bengals’ defensive line for most of his eleven NFL seasons. The 32-year old has made eight Pro Bowls during his NFL tenure while earning a first-team All-Pro nod twice. However, he was severely… Continue Reading →

Top 5 RB Targets for the Buffalo Bills

The Bills Need to Build Around Josh Allen By: Caleb Holfoth The Buffalo Bills had a top 5 scoring offense this season that was led by its top 3 passing offense. However, Buffalo did struggle running the ball. Quarterback Josh Allen was by far the most effective runner on the field for Buffalo the whole… Continue Reading →

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3 Potential Landing Spots for OBJ

Which Teams Should Acquire the Browns Star WR? By: Kyle Stracher (Twitter: @DarthSpooz) After bursting onto the scene as one of the most exciting receivers in the NFL, Odell Beckham Jr. has become an icon in the NFL. After 3 straight pro bowls to start his career, Beckham has not been the same since. Beckham… Continue Reading →

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Five Teams That Should Trade for Tua Tagovailoa

Teams That Should Trade For the Dolphins QB By: Adam Martin With the season almost over teams are looking at potential improvements that can be made for next season. One team who just missed out on the playoffs was the Miami Dolphins. With a good young defense and some talented pieces on the offense, the… Continue Reading →

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NFL Prospects Damaged by Cancelled Combine

Combination Lock: Five Small School Stars That Are Damaged Most From the Cancelled NFL Combine By: Jared Clifton (Twitter: @unstuckintime82) With the January 18th announcement that the NFL will forego the tradition format for the 2021 NFL Combine in Indianapolis this year, the task of scouting and identifying prospects for this year’s NFL Rookie Draft… Continue Reading →

Three Landing Spots For Stephon Gilmore In 2021

Which Team Can Make a Huge Splash at the Cornerback Position? By: Joe Pepe The New England Patriots had their first season without Tom Brady in 2020, and the dynasty fell back to Earth. The Patriots went 7-9 and missed the playoffs this year with endless questions about their franchise and the future. Although the… Continue Reading →

3 Destinations For Chargers Hunter Henry

Which Squad Will Land the LA Chargers TE? By: Chris Moore (Twitter: @fantasy_moore) With the 2021 offseason only a couple of weeks away, it’s time for NFL teams to start thinking about what their rosters will look like for the next year. Now is the time to be looking and talking about where potential players… Continue Reading →

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Three NFL Teams That Could Sign JuJu Smith as a 2021 NFL Free Agent

Where Could JuJu Smith Land as an NFL Free Agent Signing? By: Trenton Robert (Twitter: @TRobertsNFL) In 2017, JuJu Smith-Schuster entered the league as a baby-faced rookie with many question marks. But the USC product had potential, and he proved that early in his career, becoming the first player in NFL history to record five… Continue Reading →

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5 QB Options For the Broncos this 2021 NFL Off-season

Is Drew Lock the Long Term Answer at QB? By: David Buskirk (Twitter: @DBus49) Broncos Country is heading into the offseason with questions and concerns about the quarterback position. Going into 2020 there was more faith in Drew Lock being a potential answer to the neverending search for a franchise quarterback than there is going… Continue Reading →

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Where Will AJ Green Land? Green Bay and Baltimore Crack the List

Which NFL Squad Should Acquire the Bengals Legend? By: Drew Feinberg (@Drew_Feinberg) Heading into the 2021 NFL season, every fan from every fan base has the hope and dream of signing one of the star-studded free agent wide receivers; whether it be Kenny Golladay, Allen Robinson or Chris Godwin. However, when that dream turns to… Continue Reading →

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3 NFL Teams That Need Deshaun Watson’s Talent the Most

Which Team Should Acquire the Texans Star QB? By: Benedetto Vitale (Twitter: @vitaletalks) The Houston Texans franchise is in quite the debacle heading into the offseason. Currently, they sit with little to no draft capital, are over the projected salary cap, and have a disgruntled superstar quarterback. Additionally, they still must find their new head… Continue Reading →

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5 Defensive Stars with Potential New Landing Spots

Which Defensive Stars Will be on the Move? By: Eric Sojash (Twitter: @SojashSports) Von Miller  Von Miller, the eight-time Pro Bowl edge rusher for the Denver Broncos has had a forgettable year to say the least. With high hopes coming into the season of building on a Hall of fame career, Miller suffered a season… Continue Reading →

Five Wide Receivers the Ravens Should Target

Which WR Stud Should Baltimore Gift Lamar with? By: Tayyib Abu (Twitter: @TayyibAbu1) The Baltimore Ravens endured a strange 2020 season. They came into the season as the favorites in the AFC; they didn’t even make it to the AFC Championship game. That is not good enough after Baltimore got bounced out by the Titans… Continue Reading →

5 Players the Vikings Should Target This Off-season

Which Off-season Addition will Propel the Vikings to the Playoffs? By: Noey Melendez (Twitter: @noeymelendez) The 2020 season is a wrap for the Minnesota Vikings. A roller coaster year led by Mike Zimmer, the purple people eaters finished an underwhelming 7-9. Minnesota got off to a horrid 1-5 start, fueled by the horrible defense which… Continue Reading →

What to Expect From Nick Sirianni

Eagles Fans Can Have More Confidence in Carson Wentz By: Brennan Sokowoski  It is official! The Philadelphia Eagles have a new head coach by the name of Nick Sirianni! The 39 year old former Indianapolis offensive coordinator will come into the Nova Care Complex with one thing in mind, FIX CARSON WENTZ! However, before we… Continue Reading →

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Why Justin Herbert Will Be The Next Great QB

Justin Herbert’s play under pressure gives the Chargers hope By: EJ Daniels (Twitter: @edaniels77) Coming out of Oregon, Justin Herbert was a highly accomplished quarterback. Many NFL scouts salivated at his physical tools and his uncanny arm talent. If Herbert didn’t comeback for his senior year, he would’ve undoubtedly been the number one QB taken… Continue Reading →

5 Destinations For Trey Hendrickson

By: Jeremy Trottier (ClutchWDN) With the 2021 offseason only a few weeks away, and many players being off of long-term contracts, this is the prime time to start talking about where free agents should go.   The best team to start with in this is the New Orleans Saints, as they have very minimal cap room… Continue Reading →

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NFL Stars That Could Be Cut This Off-season

By: Joe Pepe With the 2020 regular season in the rearview mirror, we turn our eyes to the 2021 NFL season. The landscape of the NFL will be dramatically different with the free agents and rookies from the draft, changing each team’s rosters. However, there is another piece we must look at that happens every… Continue Reading →

Keys to Bills AFC Championship Victory

By: Courtney Burrow (Twitter: @luvtractor3) The Buffalo Bills march into Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday to face defending Super Bowl champs, the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Divisional Showdown.  The Bills are coming off a 17-3 win over the Ravens, and the Chiefs were 22-17 over the Browns where Mahomes was injured and is in… Continue Reading →

5 Free Agent Targets for the Detroit Lions 2021

Which Profiles Should Dan Campbell Seek? By: Rachel Maries (Twitter: @rachmariesports) The Detroit Lions are set to start the 2021 season with a new general manager, a new head coach, and hopefully a new winning culture. This means that plenty of offseason moves are on the horizon. So let’s take a look at 5 potential… Continue Reading →

Top 5 Free Agent WRs

By: Kyle Stracher In a league where passing is now dominated, teams receiving corps can change their entire season. With many teams looking to improve their passing game, here are the top 5 free agent wideouts in this year’s free agency. Allen Robinson In this year’s free-agent class, Allen Robinson is the WR1. Robinson has… Continue Reading →

Jared Goff: 5 Potential Landing Spots

By: Jared Clifton (Twitter: @unstuckintime82) Goff Season:  A Look at Five Possible Trade Suitors for Jared Goff Coming off a 10-6 Wild Card season, where the Rams also went into Seattle and knocked off the NFC’s #3 seed quite convincingly, it stands to reason that the Rams will persist with Jared Goff for at least… Continue Reading →

3 Off-Season Player Targets For the Browns

By: Davis Byrd The Cleveland Browns are coming off the back of their best season in 18 years. Finishing the season with an 11-5 record, a road playoff win and a heartbreaking one score loss to the defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs. They look to be on the doorstep of Super Bowl contention… Continue Reading →

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5 Free Agents Targets for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

By: Ian Evans Which Star Free Agents Fit Tampa’s Mold? The Buccaneers have had an outstanding season thus far as they have made it to the NFC Championship game. Their success does come off the brilliant play of Tom Brady, the adaptability of head coach Bruce Arians and offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich, as well as… Continue Reading →

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Five Potential Landing Spots for Jadeveon Clowney

By: Brady Akins Five teams that could bid for the talents of the three-time Pro Bowler Who is Jadeveon Clowney, aside from that guy that made that tackle in college you’ve seen approximately 18,000 times on your Twitter feed? The answer, as seen through Clowney’s seven-season resume, isn’t black and white. Clowney has been just… Continue Reading →

Top 5 Free Agents: Running Backs

The 2021 NFL free agency is right around the corner and this year it’s loaded with talented running backs. As RBs are one of the most dynamic positions in football, teams will be playing musical chairs finding the best fit for their franchise.  Between this year’s free-agent class and the prospects available in the draft,… Continue Reading →

3 Potential Starting Colts QBs in 2021

By: Trenton Roberts (Twitter: @TRobertsNFL) As we enter Conference Championship week, 28 teams are already looking forward to next season. While the Chiefs, Bills, Buccaneers, and Packers continue to fight to keep their championship aspirations alive, the rest of the league is stuck looking on, longing to be in their places. That is the nature… Continue Reading →

5 Coaches on the Hot Seat in 2021

By: Menachem Ickovitz Are Any 2020 Playoff Coaches On The Hot Seat Next Season? While this off-season’s coaching hires are still being finalized, it is never too early to look ahead to next off-season to determine which coaches might find themselves without a job. Of course many things can happen between now and next off-season,… Continue Reading →

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Four Offseason Moves the Arizona Cardinals Need to Make in 2021

By: Sid Krishnan The Arizona Cardinals entered the 2020 season with sky-high expectations after the blockbuster deal in which they acquired All-Pro WR DeAndre Hopkins. However, the team failed to live up to the hype, finishing with a mediocre 8-8 record. Kingsbury’s team has many holes but also has a lot of potential. In order… Continue Reading →

5 Landing Spots For Gardner Minshew

Could Minshew Mania Stay In the AFC South? By: Tayyib Abu (Twitter: @TayyibAbu1) For 28 teams, the NFL offseason program is now in full flow. Only four remain in the Super Bowl chase, everyone else is planning for next year. Teams will map out roster moves, personnel decisions and draft strategies over the next few… Continue Reading →

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3 Reasons Why Aaron Rodgers Will Win MVP Next Season

By: Jake Rajala (Twitter: @rajala_jake) 2020-2021 MVP Favorite Aaron Rodgers Should Repeat His Success Next Year Aaron Rodgers is gearing up for a frigid Lambeau NFC Championship battle against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday at 3:05 ET. Rodgers will head into this matchup with a lot of confidence built off his 2020 regular season… Continue Reading →

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What Does Dan Campbell Bring to Detroit?

By: Noey Melendez Following another lackluster season (5-11) for the Detroit Lions and their fans, the organization is already looking to make some changes and bring some new faces in this offseason. One, in particular, is a man who was part of a dreadful 0-16 season with the team back in 2008. Dan Campbell. The… Continue Reading →

5 Free Agents That Should Be Avoided

By: Benedetto Vitale (Twitter: @vitaletalks) The NFL playoff race is nearly finished and 28 teams await patiently for the 2021 offseason. The free agency period is scheduled to start in late March, and there are plenty of talented players who will be searching for a new team.  However, each franchise will be taking a gamble… Continue Reading →

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Coach of The Year Candidates

By: Vonora Lewis  The playoffs are officially in effect and this weekend are the divisional games. Three coaches have stood out for their outstanding performances this year. These coaches are being considered for coach of the year because of their excellent leadership, determination, and the ability to build players to the best of their abilities…. Continue Reading →

NFL Coaching Carousel – LA Chargers

By: Eric Mintzer (Twitter: @mintsports) In 2020, the Chargers witnessed a glance at the future. Fortunately for Los Angeles, the future looks bright. To finish the season, the Chargers won four in a row to end with a record of 7-9. Out of the nine losses, six were by eight points or less, meaning they… Continue Reading →


5 Candidates to Replace Brian Schottenheimer

By: Jared Clifton (Twitter: @unstuckintime82) Take Your Best Schott: Five Outside the Box Candidates to Replace Brian Schottenheimer as Seattle’s New OC In somewhat of a surprise move, the Seattle Seahawks and OC Brian Schottenheimer parted ways after three seasons. Despite a hot offensive start to the 2020 season and the eighth-best finish in points… Continue Reading →

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5 Candidates to Replace Doug Pederson

By: Kyle Stracher (Twitter: @DarthSpooz) Who will the Shiny Head Coach in Philadelphia? After Doug Pederson and the Philadelphia Eagles had a very disappointing season for the Eagles, the front office decided it was time for him to go. In his five years as Head Coach, the Eagles went 42-37-1. Not bad, but by no… Continue Reading →

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Matchup to Watch in Each Divisional Game

Which Stars Need to Show Up This Weekend? By: Brady Akins (Twitter: @BardyAkins) Welcome to the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs, where we say goodbye to a few fan favorites and turn our attention to the future. Russell Wilson has packed away his pots and pans, Mitchell Trubisky has dusted off the shelves in… Continue Reading →

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Julio Jones: Top 3 Landing Spots

By: Chris Moore (Twitter: @fantasy_moore) The End of An Era in Atlanta? Since he entered the NFL in 2011, Julio Jones has established himself as one of the best wide receivers in the entire league. A generational talent for the Falcons, Jones has produced seven 1,000 yard plus receiving seasons. Jones has two seasons where… Continue Reading →

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Richard Sherman: Top 3 Landing Spots

Which Contenders Would be a Fit For Sherman? By: Cody Molla (Twitter @Cmolla1) Since entering the league in 2011, Richard Sherman has been one of the elite Cornerbacks across the NFL. Immediately making an impact, Sherman earned three consecutive 1st team All-Pro honors in 2012-2014. His involement in the legion of boom became well documented… Continue Reading →

Splash Off-season Moves For All 32 NFL Teams

Which moves will re-shape the NFL? By: Rachel Maries (Twitter: @rachmariesports) Arizona Cardinals The Cardinals were an intriguing team this season. Felt like they were almost there, but not quite. While some position groups were strong (wide receiver), others left something to be desired (secondary). The Cardinals need a veteran piece at safety. How about… Continue Reading →

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3 QBs The Saints Should Target in the Offseason

Which Quarterback Will Replace Drew Brees? The New Orleans Saints currently await their playoff game next week vs the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. However, questions surround the franchise about the jeopardy of the QB position next year. Per Adam Schefter, Drew Brees has signed a deal with NBC to be a broadcaster this April. With the… Continue Reading →

Las Vegas Raiders Free Agents: Re-Sign or Walk

By: Dylan Bishop The Raiders are now looking forward to the offseason after finishing with an 8-8 record this past season. They do have a superb roster, especially on offense. Nonetheless, this offseason is critical for Mike Mayock and Jon Gruden’s team, as they are looking to add pieces to the roster to hopefully solidify… Continue Reading →

By: Kim Hukari

3 Teams that could Upset in Week Two

Las Vegas Raiders The Las Vegas Raiders had an excellent win in thrilling fashion against the improved Carolina Panthers squad. Now Las Vegas gets to return home to battle a loaded New Orleans Saints team in their first game inside Allegiant Stadium. The Raiders flashed their high powered offense and unraveled an improved pass rush… Continue Reading →

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Taylor Heinicke: 3 Most Likely Landing Spots

Could Taylor Heinicke head to the NFC East? By: Nate Schlottman: Twitter @FantasyTurf Taylor Heinicke’s performance in the Wild Card game this past Saturday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers was electric even though the Washington football team did not come up with the win.  Taylor showed a lot of promise throwing for 306 yards, 1… Continue Reading →

5 Bold Predictions: 2021 Playoff Edition

by Scott Mangan (Twitter: @fantasyspatula) What a season it has been. What a year it was. What a year 2021 already is! Man, I don’t know what happens next. In sports or in the world. But I’m thankful for all I have right now. I’m thankful for the world of sports and the role it’s… Continue Reading →

Deshaun Watson: Top 3 Landing Spots

By: Eric Mintzer (Twitter: @MintSports) Could Deshaun Watson be a Chicago Bear? Chicago Bears In the 2017 Draft, Bears GM Ryan Pace traded up from the number three pick to the number two pick. Infamously, the Bears selected Mitchell Trubisky second overall. Later in the first round, the Chiefs selected Patrick Mahomes, then the Texans… Continue Reading →

Saints 2021 QB Outlook: Who’s The Heir?

By: Courtney Burrows (Twitter: @luvtractor3) The New Orleans Saints are heading into the playoffs as the number two seed at 12-4 on the season after beating the Carolina Panthers 33-7 on January 3rd.  Saints are one seed behind the Green Bay Packers and will play the Chicago Bears in the wildcard game this Sunday.  The… Continue Reading →

3 Shocking Studs from the 2020 Season

By Gabriel Foster: Twitter @gurugub The 2020 NFL season has been everything but normal. From unexpected missed games due to COVID-19 to early season ending injuries, this for sure will go down in the record books. Despite the odd season, there have been a number of new faces that emerged and have been the ultimate… Continue Reading →

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Ranking the Belichick Coaching Tree

By: Jake Rajala (Twitter: @rajala_jake) Which Belichick Apprentices Rank The Highest? The NFL stands for “Not For Long”, as the NFL community apprehends all too well. We’ve often heard old school coaches reiterate this saying throughout post-game interviews & mini-camp speeches. This particular phrase relates all too well to the common NFL player & head… Continue Reading →

3 Teams That Could Trade-Up for a Quarterback

By: Ian Evans (Twitter: @ianacevans) Could a Play-off Team Trade Up For a QB? Week 17 is almost upon us, meaning that many playoff-hopeful teams are still jockeying for a spot in the playoff picture. Throughout the season we have seen franchise quarterbacks such as Patrick Mahomes, Deshaun Watson, and Josh Allen, light up opposing… Continue Reading →

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Dwayne Haskins: Top-3 Landing Spots

By: Jake Rajala (Twitter: @rajala_jake) Dwayne Haskins, one of the few college quarterbacks to ever throw 50+ passing touchdowns in an NCAA single-season, has just been released by the Washington Football team. The Football Team holds a tie with the Dallas Cowboys (6-9 records), to sit first place atop the NFC East. Washington can crack… Continue Reading →

5 NFL Free Agent Stars That Could Change Teams

By: Ian Evans (Twitter: @ianacevans) The 2021 NFL Free Agent Class is loaded with talent–From wide receivers who need quarterbacks to solid offensive linemen who could help protect star players, this class is extremely impressive. There’s Dak Prescott and Phillip Rivers to AJ Green and Chris Godwin, there are both young talents and veterans who… Continue Reading →

Saints Should Trade Michael Thomas in 2021

By: Jake Rajala (Twitter: @rajala_jake) Michael Thomas has been in rhythm with a warped 2020 season amid his astonishing young career. The 2019 Offensive Player of The Year in Sean Payton’s orchestra has survived to field a mere seven games in the 2020 regular season. Thomas endured a severe ankle injury that occurred in Week… Continue Reading →

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Top 3 Head Coach Candidates for the Detroit Lions

By: Rachel Maries (Twitter: @rachmariesports) With the Detroit Lions loss this past Sunday to the Tennessee Titans, the Detroit Lions are mathematically eliminated from playoff contention. Naturally, many fans’ minds have moved on to wondering who will take over as the next head coach of this team. Rumors abound, but here are my top three… Continue Reading →

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New York Jets: Top 3 Options with the No. Two Overall Pick

By: Vitale Benedetto (Twitter: @TalksVitale) With the Jets somehow beating the Los Angeles Rams this past Sunday for their first win of the season, the Jacksonville Jaguars took over the number one draft pick for 2021. While New York currently holds the number two pick, there are still two games left in the season. So… Continue Reading →

Allen Robinson: 5 Landing Spots

By: Cody Molla (Twitter: @cmolla1) Allen Robinson has eclipsed the 1,000 yards receiving mark for the third time in his career including back-to-back seasons with an outstanding outing in Week 14. The seventh-year man out of Penn St. has emerged amongst the league’s best wide receivers in the NFL. He plays physical and runs crisp… Continue Reading →

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Ezekiel Elliot: 3 Potential Landing Spots

By: Jake Rajala (Twitter: @rajala_jake) The age of Dallas boasting a moving “great wall” offensive line with a prime, expensive Ezekiel Elliot to display could be a withering chronicle. The Dallas ball-carrier with a reputation for expressing “feed me” has flexed a career-low performance this season in nearly every category (rushing YDs, YPC, rushing TDs,… Continue Reading →

Sam Darnold: 3 Potential Landing Spots

By: Jake Rajala (Twitter: @rajala_jake) Sam Darnold, The once USC royalty at Quarterback touted for possessing enormous up-side at just 21 years old when drafted, as spiraled into a blunder of trepidation at the benefit of an unwanted dysfunctional marriage with Adam Gase. Despite being situated with Frank Gore, Breshad Perriman, an atrocious musical chairs… Continue Reading →

Week 14: NFL Power Rankings

Alas, Week 14 is….almost in the books! We’ve seen the Steelers fortress begin to show weakness & the former NFC Champion, San Francisco move backwards. Over the course of the weekend, Kansas City showed guts and the ability to capitalize success from their defense. Regardless of a strange no call touchdown & a slow-paced game… Continue Reading →

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Kenny Stills: Top-5 Landing Spots

It’s been reported that Texans have shipped out another prominent WR, since trading away DeAndre Hopkins in the off-season. There have been rumors of shipping away big-name players like J.J. Watt, due to their combined cap situation & low win total on the season. Stills is only 28 years old and he’s posted impressive numbers… Continue Reading → — from Washington Football Team at Arizona Cardinals, State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona, September 20, 2020

Top-10 Plays of Week 10

10. Mike Evans Tom Brady delivered a dime to Mike Evans. This play was very relieving after Evans got shut down by Marshon Lattimore in Week 9. Kudos to Brady rejuvenating Mike Evans with more confidence in this NFC South showdown. Evans made the magic happen with this toe-dragging catch. 9. Malcolm Jenkins The Saints… Continue Reading →

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Top-3 Choices for OROY and DROY

By: Rachel Marie (Twitter: @RachelMarieSports) Defensive Rookie of the Year The odds for the coveted Defensive Rookie of the Year Award seem to be ever-changing throughout the first (almost) half of the NFL season. Vegas’ actual odds tend to favor The Washington Football Team’s, Chase Young. But let’s talk about the top three candidates thus… Continue Reading →

Top-5 Teams at Mid-Season

By: Jake Rajala Kansas City Chiefs If Russell Wilson had a defense, the Seahawks would be awarded the crown on top of the NFL. Until that happens, the Chiefs get to be No. 1 in the driver’s seat of the Power Rankings. I don’t care too much about the loss to Las Vegas. The Raiders… Continue Reading →

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Top-5 NFL Head Coach Candidates

By: Gregory Blakley (Twitter: @blakley__) We are officially through ten weeks of NFL football and two head coaches have already been fired. There are a few more teams that will likely relieve their head coach, barring their horrid squad winning out. Both Dan Quinn of the Atlanta Falcons and Bill O’Brien of the Houston Texans… Continue Reading →

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Four Head Coaches on the Hot Seat

Vonora Lewis (Twitter & Instagram: @nora_natish) The 2020 NFL season has been a rollercoaster. Some divisions have been dominating while others are struggling from week to week. Everyone is looking to blame someone. After the departure of Dan Quinn and Bill O’Brien, many analysts and fans are now calling for the firing of several coaches…. Continue Reading →

Top 5 Head Coaches on the Hot Seat

Dan Quinn The scrappy, aggressive head coach for the Falcons has had good runs for Atlanta, but his time is running out. “There was an overwhelming chance that he was going to get fired last season, but the team finished 6-2 with strong victories over San Francisco and New Orleans”. Things haven’t looked to repeat… Continue Reading →

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5 Things We Learned from Week 8

By: Gabe Wasylko (Twitter @GabeWasylko) The Steelers Are For Real I’ll be honest, I did not see the Steelers starting the 2020 campaign 7-0. After a 2019 season where they finished 8-8 and looked like a team destined for a retooling phase, my expectations were low. Although I wasn’t high on the Steelers’ squad, I’ve… Continue Reading →

Top-5 Dark Horse MVP Choices

By: Keith Petersen (Twitter: @_atoadaso) 5: Josh Allen Josh Allen led the Bills to a 10-6 record and a playoff appearance in 2019. Allen managed to get better in 2020. He grew better with his mechanics and the addition of Stephon Diggs helped “a lot!” Right now, Allen and the Bills are 5-2 and Allen… Continue Reading →

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Antonio Brown: 2020 Outlook

By: Eric Mintzer (Twitter: @Mintsports) Making sense of the Bucs signing Antonio Brown Antonio Brown is done with an eight game suspension and officially a Tampa Bay Buccaneer. In Tampa, Brown rejoins Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski with whom he played one game as a New England Patriot. Just a game. Brown adds additional firepower… Continue Reading →

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The Bewildering State of the NFC East: Playoff Implications

By: Madeleine Hudak (Twitter: MaddyHudak_94) For once, the Cowboys are actually an exquisite representation of “America’s Team” in the year 2020. And they’re just one of the four teams who constitute the dumpster fire known colloquially as the NFC East. A division that, collectively, holds a 5-18-1 record heading into Week 7.  The perplexing NFC… Continue Reading →

Top 10 Offensive Rookie analysis-Post Week 6

By: Alex Michael (Twitter: @dynastyguruNFL) In this article, we will take a look at the highest performing rookies so far and assess their performances in comparison to expectations pre-draft, post-draft and up to our current position at Week 6. This means in essence that we will take a look at their college records upon entering… Continue Reading →

5 Things We Learned in Week 6

By: Madeleine Hudak (Twitter: @MaddyHudak_94) The Tennessee Titans Are a Tuesday Team Did anyone miss Thursday Night Football? Not in the slightest? Well, we had a weirder experience, on par with 2020 of course, with a Tuesday night matchup this year. One thing we quickly learned is that Buffalo is not a Tuesday team –… Continue Reading →

Fire Gase

By: Eric Mintzer (twitter: @mintsports) The Adam Gase experiment needs to come to an end. It has run its course and it has failed. Through a little more than a season and a quarter, the Jets have gone 7-14 under Gase. With the release of Le’veon Bell, the team is hopelessly dysfunctional. Ultimately, the Jets’… Continue Reading →

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How the Browns have become AFC contenders

By: Gabriel Anderson It’s been a long journey for the Cleveland Browns. What has it been? 100 years since they started this hot? Actually, they haven’t started this well since Bill Belichick was the head coach. They have gone through a laundry list of quarterbacks and losing seasons in the past decades but the pieces… Continue Reading →

49ers in 2020: What happened?

By: Keith Petersen (twitter:_atoadaso) As we all know, the San Francisco 49ers are coming off of an amazing 2019 season, finishing with a 13-3 record and winning their division on their way to a Super Bowl LIV appearance. Unfortunately, it came to only fall just short late in the game to the Kansas City Chiefs…. Continue Reading →

5 Things We Learned from Sunday

By: Madeleine Hudak (Twitter: @MaddyHudak_94) Houston, We May Have Resolved the Problem Apparently thanks to J.J. Watt, the Houston Texans finally showed up to the 2020 NFL season. Romeo Crennel, somehow, vaulted Houston to their first victory of the season in their 30-14 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars. I said this before, and the Texans… Continue Reading →

Top 6 DPOY Candidates

By: Gladys Louise (Twitter: @neverenoughglt) There really hasn’t been too much surprise in the Defensive Player of the Year award, that is until last year.  Since 2010 seven of the past 10 winners were either edge guys or defensive tackles.  New England Patriots’ cornerback Stephon Gilmore changed that last year.  Was it just an aberration?… Continue Reading →

Top-5 Coaches on the HOT Seat

By: Cody Benjamin (Twitter: @codybenjamin7) Dan Quinn The aggressive defensive head coach of the Atlanta Falcons should come as no surprise being at the top of this list. Starting off the season 0-4 and having two double-digit leads, is not the way Dan Quinn wanted to start his sixth season as Falcons head coach. Finishing… Continue Reading →

NFC and AFC Sleepers

By: Brandi Jane (Twitter: @brand_i13) As the NFL rounds the corner into Week 5, those of us who like to look towards the future is beginning to look to the NFL Playoffs. A very EARLY look at the playoffs. Every year it seems we could count on the Seahawks, Packers, and Patriots to always make… Continue Reading →

3 Undefeated Teams that could lose

By: Alex Fausto (Twitter: @alexfausto27) Seattle Seahawks My first choice might be a shocker, but Seattle’s defense is hanging on by a thread. Here is my reasoning. Besides the Falcons, all games were won by a single score. If Cam Newton made that one-yard run (insert one-yard joke here) the game would have gone the… Continue Reading →

Should the NFL move on from Artificial Turf?

The NFL has been progressively transferring from the natural grass fields of old to artificial turf in NFL stadiums with 15 NFL teams utilizing artificial turf presently. NFL players have voiced their dislike for artificial playing surfaces before but following the stretch of terrible injuries for the 49ers playing at MetLife stadium in back to… Continue Reading →

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49ers and Cowboys in 2020: Will they turn it around?

By: Madeleine Hudak To put it simply, this season has been weird. A perfect example is the historically inept Cleveland Browns putting up 49 points against the Dallas Cowboys. Then you have last year’s Super Bowl attendees, the San Francisco 49ers, who lost to the embarrassing NFC East leaders, the 1-2-1 Philadelphia Eagles, in an… Continue Reading →

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Dwayne Haskins Benched: What does Kyle Allen bring?

Dwayne Haskins is out and the former Panthers quarterback under former Panthers head coach Ron Rivera, Kyle Allen gets the starting nod under center. This is far from a situation where a journeyman quarterback steals the show from an atrocious, young quarterback. Kyle Allen is only a year older than Dwayne Haskins (24), he’s had… Continue Reading →

Week 4: 3 Hot Takes

By Christian Nass (Twitter:@Sacksgott) The Cowboys Circus – positive trends at Cleveland Dak Prescott is the first player ever to receive at least 450 passing yards in three consecutive games. His 1,690 passing yards over the first four games of the season set a new NFL record. And if the Falcons hadn’t screwed up the… Continue Reading →

5 Quarterbacks that could lose their job

By: Cody Benjamin (Twitter: @codybenjamin7) Dwayne Haskins    At the beginning of the season Ron Rivera committed to Haskins being his starting quarterback. His poor play through three weeks and lack of decision making when the game is on the line has Rivera and fans pondering if he is the franchise QB of the future…. Continue Reading →

3 Teams that could Upset in Week 4

By: Jake Bevans (@Bevmo4less) Going into week four, we are starting to get a good idea of who our “David” teams are and our “Goliath” teams are and I will highlight some of the underdogs who have a strong chance of squeaking out a win this week.  New England Patriots upset Kansas City Chiefs  Vegas… Continue Reading →

5 Most Disappointing Teams of 2020 so far

By: Christian Nass (@Sacksgott) NEW YORK JETS: The Jets started the season as expected with four losses against the Bills, 49ers, Colts, and Broncos. Nonetheless, they still impressively managed to undercut the rather low bar considerably. No team has a poorer point difference than the Jets (-57). New York mostly seemed simply unimaginative and overstrained… Continue Reading →

NFL Buzz: Ranking the Undefeated Teams

By: Gabriel Anderson Since 1990, 73.8% of teams that started the season 3-0 have made the playoffs. It’s no guarantee though (see 2018 Dolphins). Three games is a relatively small sample size to play with but as we approach week 4 let’s rank the undefeated teams and discuss who is going to remain tough to… Continue Reading →

3 Teams that need their first Win

By: Dylan Sanders (Twitter: @DillySanders) Cincinnati Bengals: vs Jacksonville Jaguars  The Bengals are in good shape to possibly get their first win, after getting a tie last week against the Eagles. Their opponent this week is another one in the bottom tier of NFL teams in the Jacksonville Jaguars. They open as a 3 point… Continue Reading →

NFL COVID-19 Outbreak: How this affects the NFL

By: Madeleine Hudak It was only a matter of time before the first COVID-19 outbreak of the 2020 NFL season. On Tuesday morning, the NFL released a statement announcing that the Tennessee Titans had eight positive COVID tests – specifically, three new player positives and five personnel. The Titans resultantly suspended in-person club activities; despite… Continue Reading →

3 Teams that will start 0-2

New York Jets The Jets offense may need a few weeks to figure out how they’re going to attack. That’s not a good combination rolling into the Week 2 match-up facing the San Francisco 49ers. “Sorry to all my Sam Darnold truthers out there but if I were to predict which quarterback gets benched, I’d… Continue Reading →

3 Teams that could upset in Week 1:

New York Giants Pittsburgh Steelers go on the road to battle the New York Giants. The Top-3 running-back, Saquon Barkley is joined by one of the league’s most underrated quarterbacks, Daniel Jones. “Despite the turnovers, Jones averaged two passing touchdowns per contest! This quarterback didn’t only have consistent performances, he recorded elite prestigiousness that only… Continue Reading →

3 Biggest Match-ups in Week 1

New Orleans Saints vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers:  This match-up doesn’t only display two of the five most talented rosters, dueling it out in Week 1, the game will show two Hall of Fame quarterbacks over the age of 40 years old.  “It will be the first match-up of 40+ year-old QBs in NFL history.“ Tom… Continue Reading →

Minicamp: Highlighting the Top 5 Rookie QBs

1. Joe Burrow- Cincinnati Bengals Joe Burrow has been presented with a unique situation this off-season. The first overall pick hasn’t had the opportunity to throw to his high profile wide receivers, A.J. Green and Tyler Boyd before training camp. It’s been a virtual orientation of instruction for the 2020 rookie class. Burrow wasn’t even… Continue Reading →

Ten Most Talented Position Groups in The League

New England Patriots Secondary  The New England Patriots had a historically good defense for most of the 2019 season. Through eight games, they only allowed four touchdowns and managed to score four defensive touchdowns. Their star No.1 cornerback Stephon Gilmore went on to win defensive player of the year. Pro Football Focus graded the Patriots… Continue Reading →

5 Best Picks for Defensive Player of The Year

Chandler Jones Since Jones entered the league in 2016, Jones leads the NFL in sacks and forced fumbles. The scariest part is that Jones has been even more impressive on a lackluster defense in Arizona, compared to his situation in New England. Fortunately, Jones isn’t only improving his own stature in a Cardinals uniform, the… Continue Reading →

Projecting the AFC & NFC Championship teams

Kansas City Chiefs The Chiefs have the same crew from their Super Bowl squad returning in 2020. Tyreek Hill, Travis Kelce, Sammy Watkins, will be joined by first-round RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire to help their 2018 league MVP and 2020 Super Bowl MVP Mahomes QB win another MVP award, for the third time in his third… Continue Reading →

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