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Year of the Deer? Milwaukee Bucks Preview

2015-16 was a bit of a struggle for the Milwaukee Bucks. A team seemingly on the verge of a breakout season seemed doomed from the start. After pushing the Bulls to 6 games in 2014-15, the Bucks looked to get more athletic and younger. So they traded Jared Dudley and Zaza Pachulia, and brought in Greg Monroe and returned a... Read More

Draft Grades: AFC South

The AFC South was not good last season, as the Jaguars were still in playoff contention at 5-9 entering Week 15 before being eliminated. The Colts struggled without their franchise signal caller and the Titans showed glimpses with Marcus Mariota, but ultimately they all fell to the Texans. Houston was eliminated by the Chiefs in the wildcard round. However, I... Read More
NFL Ravens 

Draft Grades: AFC North

A division known as maybe the strongest in football a few years ago, the AFC North looked a bit different last season. The Ravens joined the Browns in the top six of the draft, the lowest draft pick for the Ravens since 2003. Cincinnati and Pittsburgh met in the Wild Card game, which will now live in infamy for quite... Read More

Draft Grades: NFC West

The NFC West might be about as good of an example as there is about how quickly things can change in the NFL. In 2010, the Seahawks made the playoffs at 7-9, and there was discussion about how the NFL should change it’s playoff seeding rules, and how a team with only 7 wins shouldn’t host a playoff game, yada,... Read More

Draft Grades: NFC North

Another year of the NFL Draft has come and gone, and this year’s draft, although knocked for not having an excess of elite talent, certainly did not disappoint in entertainment value. In the NFC North, after being heavily Packer dominated for the past decade, the other teams are finally catching up to the Green and Gold. The Vikings won the... Read More

Top Remaining Players Entering Day 2

Whew. The whirlwind that was the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft has come and gone. Laremy Tunsil was hacked on twitter, and cost him millions of dollars. What a time to be alive. Overall, I think this draft was what last year was supposed to be. There was wheeling and dealing, and there were surprise picks galore. However,... Read More
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