Throw Efficiency Grade: Jacob Eason

Games watched: 13, full 2019 season Overall average throw efficiency: 83.1% (rank: 3rd) Turnover worthy throw percentage: 2.26% (rank: 2nd) Cross-field throws: (opposite hash to outside the numbers, excluding short range): 7.4% of attempts (rank: 3rd) Short Passing: 41% of throws behind or within 5 yards of the line of scrimmage. (rank: 3rd most) Missed 6.2%…

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Post-Free Agency 2020 NFL Mock Draft

1. Cincinnati Bengals – Joe Burrow (QB/LSU) The easiest pick to make in this draft, Cincinnati is ready to move on from Andy Dalton and Zac Taylor is able to bring in his guy to replace a holdover from the old regime. With a pretty saturdated quarterback market, Cincinnati may not be able to trade…

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Ranking All 32 NFL Offensive Lines for the 2019 Season

One of the most fundamentally important things need to achieve success in the NFL is a good offensive line. Without proper blocking and discipline, drives can stall with either allowing sacks or failing to open up lanes for the running back. One of the hardest things to measure, however, is how good an offensive line…

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Adam Sandler Sparkles in “Uncut Gems”

Every once in a while, a film comes out that completely changes your perspective on the talents of an actor. Adam Sandler has emerged out of the depths of sophomoric comedies that have long lost their 90s luster to deliver his best performance to date in Uncut Gems, a gritty thriller about Howard Ratner, a…

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The MLB 2010s All-Decade Team

In just 12 days, the 2010s are officially over and we enter the roaring twenties, where we will promptly bring bad big bands, flapper girls, speakeasies and the Sultan of Swat dominating opposing pitchers for the New York Yankees. With MLB free agency slowing down a bit, it’s time to take a look at our…

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The Long Overdue 2020 NFL Mock Draft

Draft order based on current standings. 1. Cincinnati Bengals – Joe Burrow (QB/LSU) Cincinnati has bottomed out this season, but I don’t think all hope is lost with this team. They have been competitive, seven of their losses were decided by a touchdown or less, but Andy Dalton’s midseason benching ha sshown that the team…

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The Yankees Are Now All In

The New York Yankees made it well-known that they were not going to be outbid for starting pitcher Gerrit Cole and last night, they brought the Brinks truck, striking a nine-year, $324 million deal with the 29-year-old. For the first time since the 1910s, the Yankees failed to make a single World Series appearance in…

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What Happens to James McCann?

Today, the Chicago White Sox agreed to a four year, $73 million deal with catcher Yasmani Grandal, the largest deal in club history. But what happens now to incumbent catcher James McCann? McCann, 29, joined the White Sox last season after spending his first five seasons with the Tigers and paid immediate for Chicago, making…

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Revisiting “The House of The Devil” 10 Years Later

The Satanic Panic of the late 1970s through the early 1990s gripped waves of PTA-members and home-alone-teens alike. Ten Halloweens ago, director/screenwriter Ty West delivered an often overlooked but amazingly crafted glimpse into the worst fears of a generation that may only now be getting the fanfare it deserved. While social media posts asking for…

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