NFL 

Biggest Surprises from Round 1

Last night was exciting and intriguing day to say the least. It’s an indication that at the end of the day, the draft is truly unpredictable. No matter how much analysis and information is put into it, once it begins all that goes out the window. The quarterback frenzy shook up the first round creating an aura of intrigue throughout... Read More
NFL Ravens 

Doesn’t look or feel like the same old Browns

No team has ever won a Super Bowl during the first day of free agency. Many teams have made the necessary moves on paper, exactly what the Cleveland Browns did on Thursday when NFL free agency kicked off. Cleveland has been the laughing stock of the NFL since returning in 1999, due to poor management decisions, questionable draft choices and... Read More
NFL Redskins 

15 players the Redskins need to target this offseason

The Redskins are coming into the 2017 season with an abundance of cap space as a team that is on the cusp of becoming a consistent presence in the NFC playoffs. Their success should create a destination that is attractive for a multitude of reasons. The offense created by Jay Gruden has become one of the most respected in the... Read More
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AFC Divisional Round Preview

The AFC playoff field is down to four as the Houston Texans and Pittsburgh Steelers were both victorious in Wild Card weekend to advance to New England and Kansas City respectively. Both matchups will be rematches from earlier in the season, but with different storylines. Two teams will advance to next weekend’s AFC Championship game, while the other two will... Read More
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AFC Wild Card Weekend Preview

The field is set with 12 teams vying to hoist the Lombardi Trophy come February. The New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs will be watching this weekend to see who advances to play them in the AFC Divisional Round. The Pittsburgh Steelers will host the Miami Dolphins while the Houston Texans will entertain the Oakland Raiders. Two teams will... Read More
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Ideal Candidates to replace Joe Barry in Washington

The Washington Redskins have fired defensive coordinator Joe Barry and his staff Thursday afternoon, following an abysmal 2016 season on his side of the football. Ranking 28th in yards in back-to-back seasons and bottom of the league in yards per play in rushing and passing. Here’s a recap of the few names that have emerged from media and football insiders... Read More
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NFL Notebook: Week 15

This week’s installment of the notebook will be a bit different. I was only able to watch one game this week, as I was away from home all day Sunday. So this week’s installment will feature some quick hits from what I’ve observed from the highlights, scores and standings. Merry Christmas from me to all of you. Enjoy the time... Read More
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NFL Notebook: Week 7

The NFL wonders why ratings are dropping and this week proved why. There weren’t many good games played in the league this weekend and even saw one end in a tie after kickers failed to do their jobs. However, there were some stories and things that caught my eye, despite fantasy football not being so kind this week. Here’s the... Read More
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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
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Some NFL veterans will be looking for new homes in 2016

The National Football League can be very cruel at times and some veterans are experiencing that now. There were six, big-name veterans released over the past week-plus, that will be searching for new homes in 2016. This isn’t uncommon for veterans to be released as it is often times due to salary, age, injuries or whatever else. The free agent... Read More
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