NFL 

Several Gems Atop the Board on Day 2

The first round often receives the majority of hype and attention, but it’s often Rounds 2 and 3 that can propel teams from playoff hopefuls to playoff contenders. Here are five players that should be potential steals on Day 2 of the draft, several of them that many thought would be selected in the first round. Kevin King CB, Washington:... Read More
NFL Ravens 

Combine Watch: Potential fits in Baltimore

The NFL Scouting Combine officially begins today, when more than 300 college players will participate in various drills and mental tests in front of National Football League coaches, general managers, and scouts. During the weekend-long showcase in their quest to achieve their NFL dreams. The Baltimore Ravens will have seven picks in the draft.  While needs could be met via free... Read More
NCAAF 

Week 6 Recap: Dominance at the top with one upset to boot

It was another weekend of domination for the top teams in the nation. Still, some of the final scores were down right jaw dropping. Alabama was expected to outmuscle the Razorbacks and continue their run for a playoff bid.  The Buckeyes didn’t let up one bit after in their win over the Hoosiers. Despite Indiana’s resounding win against Michigan State... Read More
NCAAF 

Looking back at Week 5 action

There was a Top 10 showdown that didn’t get much publicity as Clemson-Louisville and it wasn’t the surprising blowout of Washington over Stanford, but it was a typical matchup that you get in the Big 10.  Wisconsin was heading into the “Big House” in Ann Arbor to prove that the win against LSU in Week 1 and the win in... Read More
NCAAF 

Greatness displayed in Louisville to headline Week 3

Saturday afternoon was a day where the Louisville Cardinals honored the “Greatest of all time” Muhammad Ali.  By the end of the day he would have had the biggest smile on his face.  Cardinals quarterback Lamar Jackson showed his greatness on the field leading the Cardinals to a 63-20 trouncing of the then #2 ranked Florida State Seminoles. Louisville fans and... Read More
NCAAF 

Looking back at Week One

It’s just week one.  We tend to jump to conclusions very quickly, leading to a bunch of knee jerk reactions.  We have to remember that it is just the first week of action and unlike the old system of the BCS, early losses don’t make or break a season in the College Football Playoff Committee’s eyes.  It’s the whole body... Read More
NFL 

2016 NFL Draft Snapshot: Defensive Backs

In an effort to get through all of the positions before the draft, I’ll be just shortly naming some of the prospects to watch in this draft class, as well as some potential sleepers and maybe busts. I wasn’t able to go as far in depth this year as I did last year, but enough to develop a feel for the... Read More
NCAAF 

Can North Carolina Make the College Football Playoffs?

It’s not common that we discuss the University of North Carolina football team this time of year. Usually, that talk is about the men’s and women’s basketball teams with football being a distant afterthought. Well this year, both are being discussed as the football program is vying for an ACC championship this Saturday against top-ranked Clemson. Even with a victory,... Read More
Ravens 

Is It Time To Hit The Restart Button In Baltimore?

I’ve mentioned this before, but this season has entered a lot of uncharted territory for the Ravens. Sitting at a very unfamiliar 1-4, they look to rebound against the 1-4 49ers. This will be the first matchup between these two teams since Super Bowl 47, when the Ravens came away victorious. But this Ravens roster is much different since then.... Read More
NCAAF 

Signing Day: The DMV’s place in the ESPN 300

Signing day, every year around this time hundreds of kids take time to announce their college decisions to the college football world. There are at least a dozen different sites that rank these young men every season, mostly all use a rating system involving stars. One of the most popular or most referenced is ESPN’s top 300, today we’ll focus... Read More
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