Players Who Just Look Wrong in These Jerseys

No, these pictures aren’t PhotoShopped. For some NFL players, they spend nearly their entire career with one team that we tend to forget their final NFL season when they play elsewhere or their early years where a team gave up on him too soon. While everyone remembers Jerry Rice playing in Oakland or Emmitt Smith…

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Player From Each Team with the Most to Prove in 2017

It’s Thursday and football season is finally upon us. While the talent level of some players are well-known, others have either not fulfilled their potential yet, are oft-injured or have been, by all accounts, terrible in their pro careers. Here are 32 players who have the most to prove in 2017: Arizona Cardinals – Tyrann…

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Stop Playing Your Starters in the Preseason

I may be in the minority, but I actually like preseason being four games. It allows ample opportunities for playing time for guys who are fighting for a roster spot. What I am not a fan of, however, are players who are locked to make the roster and start playing in these exhibition games. Every…

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Let’s Check in on Ereck Flowers

In 2015, the New York Giants selected Ereck Flowers ninth overall, hoping he would become the franchise cornerstone at left tackle. Since then, however, the results have been disastrous and it appears the Giants are in for another long year. According to Jordan Raanan of ESPN, Flowers is still a “serious concern.” The risk was…

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Creating a New Metric for Quarterbacks

Admittedly, I am a data junkie and I am always looking for a new way to evaluate a player in any sport. This year, I am debuting a quarterback metric I have created. This metric, the quarterback efficiency rating (QER), focuses on several factors that equate to a player’s success: the percentage of his attempts…

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Proposing a Consistent Domestic Violence Policy for the NFL

While Ray Rice may have shattered the glass ceiling of domestic violence issues in the NFL, he is far from the first case of domestic violence in the NFL and he certainly hasn’t been the last. Friday’s suspension of Ezekiel Elliott has shown that the league still doesn’t know how to handle these situations. Rice…

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Cincinnati Turned Down a Second Round Pick for A.J. McCarron

It appears long before this week’s rumors that the Broncos were in talks with the Bengals over backup quarterback A.J. McCarron, someone made a pretty big offer to Cincinnati for the signal caller. In today’s column on The MMQB, Albert Breer mentioned that a team offered a second-round pick for McCarron, who went in the…

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