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It is that time of year again. It is WrestleMania season. This year, it just hits different. With the COVID-19 Pandemic taking over America, WrestleMania…
With the bulk of free agency ending and the draft quickly approaching, it is time for fans to see if the newest additions to their team was worth the money that was spent.
Tom Brady and Chris Godwin should have fantastic chemistry both on & off the field. Who will wear the number 12?
I think we all know that Detroit has a lot of work to do going into this off-season. Finishing with an abysmal record that warranted the 3rd overall pick in this year’s draft, and a mandate to win-now from Martha Ford, the QuinnTricia brain trust has been acting with a sense of urgency during the 2020 Free Agency Period. Both Bob Quinn and Matt “Rocket Scientist” Patricia know that it’s now or never this year for their jobs with the Lions. If they don’t perform, they’ll both be crawling back to Daddy Belichick in New England in 2021.
Well, it did not take long for the inevitable to happen. P.J. Walker, an XFL future Hall-of-Famer no doubt, has been signed by the NFL’s Carolina Panthers. The XFL’s MVP led the league Champion Houston Roughnecks to a perfect 5-0 start before the inaugural season was cut short by the COVID-19 virus. That didn’t stop the Panthers’ front office from signing the 25-year-old to pair him up with his former Temple coach in Matt Rhule.
Tom Brady is gone, so now what? It’s hard to believe and it will never not sting seeing Tom Terrific in a different team’s uniform. Patriots fans, you’ve experienced nearly two decades of dominance, something that is as rare as a supernova in the professional sports world. The Patriots have accomplished what few other sports franchises have done in history. This is the truest definition of a dynasty. Across sports, the only other comparable teams that come to mind are the Popovich-led Spurs and the Lombardi Packers. Nine Super Bowl appearances, six Super Bowl victories, all of those being on the arm of Tom Brady and the mind of Bill Belichick. But fear not Patriots fans! The dynasty isn’t dead yet; not if Bill Belichick has anything to say about it.
Media coverage surrounding the NFL’s free agency period has been dominated by the departure of DeAndre Hopkins from the Houston Texans and his fractured relationship with general manager/head coach Bill O’Brien. Fair warning: This article is not intended to sift through who is at fault for failed negotiations leading up to a trade that shocked the league. Rather it attempts to explore O’Brien’s thought process and examines recent roster acquisitions and what moves the team is now inclined to make regarding the weapons at Deshaun Watson’s disposal.
According to Tampa Bay Buccaneers WDAE Radio Host Tom Krasniqi, the greatest football player of all time is planning on taking his talents to Tampa Bay. That is right, Tom Brady is expected to head to the NFC South.
The Minnesota Vikings find themselves in an offseason that could be very different than years past. They have very little cap space and have the worst cap situation out of all teams. Minnesota’s 1.3 million in available cap is not enough to get anyone that can help the team. Minnesota will have to resort to cutting veterans and letting the fresh faces get their shot at glory. From what they showed last year, that might not be a bad thing. The Vikings will also have to look into the free-agent market. Minnesota has done a good job in the past at finding a solid player for cheap in the free-agent market.
It’s been a rocky road this last week. From losing March Madness, to the NBA, and then all spring sports, and then all sports in general. We are spiraling, but we can count on the NFL to give us something, a little nibble to keep us at bay.
This off-season there has been many rumblings about the star Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. leaving the Broncos in free agency. A team that has stood out in the pursuit of Chris Harris is the Kansas City Chiefs. Star Chiefs safety Tyrann Mathieu has been a heavy recruiter for Harris.
Since approximately 2011, I have religiously sat and watched the NFL Scouting Combine. Nearly every second of the constant coverage has been digested; from Bryon Jones jumping really far, CMC dominating like no-one ever has, Steve Smith, telling Tyree Jackson to stop throwing the ball so hard in the receiver drills, everyone freaking out over people running .4 of a second slower or faster, to at least one person every year getting hit in the face in the gauntlet drill.
3rd shot at Flyweight gold for Joseph “Joey 2xs” Benavidez in Norfolk, VA this Saturday night for the vacant UFC Flyweight (125lbs.) strap against someone other than Dominick Cruz and Demetrius “Mighty Mouse” Johnson, 2 of the greats as is Benavidez. With a 28-5 record his only losses have come to Dom Cruz (0-2), Mighty Mouse (0-2), and Sergio Pettis.
Minnesota Timberwolves @ Orlando Magic- With the Timberwolves travelling to sunny Orlando to meet up with the Magic, the Home team looks like the Favorite. The Twolves are 16-40, 9-19 on the Road and the Magic are 26-32, 15-14 at Home. To add to that the Twolves are 0-5 in their last five and 1-9 in their last 10. They are looking weak and the Magic aren’t afraid to kick them when they’re down. The Twolves are allowing 116.8 PPG and with the Magic averaging 104.2 PPG scored the Magic will most likely put up some points. The Magic on the other hand have been only allowing 105.8 PPG and the Twolves are scoring a higher than average 112.7 PPG.