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Spencer Rattler: Oklahoma’s next star QB

After sending three consecutive Quarterbacks to the NFL, the Sooners look to put 2019’s number one dual-threat QB, Spencer Rattler, into the lime light…

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NFL Draft: Why The Falcons Need A Top 4 Pick

The Atlanta Falcons have certainly made headlines since free agency opened up. Atlanta snagged Dante Fowler Jr., on a fairly cheap deal for a premium edge rusher, which bolsters one of their biggest needs. This gives Atlanta a fairly scary front four with Grady Jarett, Takk McKinley and Tyeler Davison. The Falcons also made a move on another Rams player, with Todd Gurley. When the Rams released him, he wasted no time getting in touch with Falcons star Julio Jones and was eventually signed to the Falcons. Of course, with Austin Hooper leaving, the Falcons found his replacement when they traded for Hayden Hurst. At the cost of securing some top names.

4 Players the Falcons Could Move on From & Candidates to Replace Them

It appears that the Atlanta Falcons are heading towards an off-season where big names will be leaving, and money will be tight. Atlanta is working with roughly $6 million in cap space and have already acknowledged the fact that big names like Austin Hooper will not be returning. So, let’s evaluate the situation at hand, and look at potential replacements for players leaving the Atlanta Falcons in 2020.

2020 Draft Profile: Jerry Jeudy

I need to come clean and say this outright. Jeudy is by far and away my favorite player from this draft class. Alabama is known for producing some of the best wide receivers in the NFL. Julio Jones and Amari Cooper have had immensely successful careers since coming out of ‘Bama. The next guy is up is quite different than the latter two, but still has all the tools to become an NFL star, and change a franchise for the better.

2020 Draft Profile: Joe Burrow

Joe Burrow was the most exciting player of the 2019-2020 college season. He went from being a low end prospect, to Heisman winner, to consensus first overall pick. However, despite his success, there are still many questions surrounding Burrow. Where will he end up? Is he a franchise Quarterback? Was he a one hit wonder? There is so much speculation surrounding Burrow that we are overlooking the great potential stored in what many consider a franchise saving draft choice. This is, Joe Burrow

2019 Fantasy Season Recap and 2020 Preview

2019 was one of the most exciting years for Fantasy Football. Owners learned about the importance of having at least 2 or 3 solid QBs after many injuries claimed lots of top tier signal callers. We found out that defenses can score you more points than hundreds of other players. And that we live and die by Fitzmagic. This was one of the most unpredictable years especially with how many role players turned out to be more productive than some stars (ahem, Alvin Kamara).

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