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.
A few years ago, this would have seemed unthinkable, but the toll of injuries and the wear and tear from his physical style of play have worn the former MVP down so much, that the last time we saw him on the field, he looked a shell of his old self.
With Mike Person getting cut and the 49ers only signing a depth piece to replace him, do they look to the draft for their next starting Guard?
In the year of LSU, one name has stood out the most. Joe Burrow. His Heisman winning campaign was an incredible season and one that will talked about for ages. However, to be a great Quarterback, you need a great Wide Receiver…
Is the future of the 49er’s LT position already on the roster? Or will they look to the draft?
Thursday, April 23rd, 2020. The NFL draft will be kicking off in 2 months. Free agency is great but I’ve always felt that the draft is when the new NFL season starts ramping up. Whether its a highly-ranked prospect being everything you hoped, getting a stud in the 5th round, or finding gold in a UDFA, the draft can fill you with hope about your team’s potential for the upcoming season. With only one pick before the 5th round, do the 49ers select a WR?
The Steelers need to rebound in 2020. But is Big Ben the man to bring the spark?
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.
There are quite a few teams that will be looking for some help in the backfield during the off-season. Teams that are rebuilding or that will be looking to add depth at a vital position for success will get their first shot at free agents until the draft in April. The RB pool in the free-agent market is filled with lots of experience and different types of players. Where might some of these players end up?
Quarterback Free Agency Predictions: Dak Prescott, Jameis Winston, Ryan Tannehill, Marcus Mariota & Case Keenum
There are quite a few good QBs on the move this offseason. Teams are trying to decide how to plan for the future whether it be through the Draft or free agency. There are some talented guys out there this year that could be making a big move.
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
Last week I talked about the future of the quarterback position in Pittsburgh, and with the return of Big Ben, the Steelers’ fortunes could be looking up. However, an under performing starlet, an improving second year pass catcher and a dynamic rookie make up a disappointing depth chart; so, this week I am taking a deep dive into the wide receiver position.
When light starts to dim – as it already is – on the 2019 NFL season, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have one big question to address – will they bring back franchise leader Jameis Winston? Winston, who is 25 years young, had the most famous Jameis type performance perhaps he ever could of had last week in a 38-35 victory over the Indianapolis Colts. Winston launched the ball through the air to the tune of 456 passing yards, and 5 total touchdowns, including one on the ground. Winston also threw for 3 interceptions and battled a thumb injury which caused him to miss some of the game. Some may ask, what makes a 3 turnover performance so special?