2019 NFL Mock Draft – Post-Super Bowl Edition

1. Arizona Cardinals – Nick Bosa (EDGE/Ohio State) Arizona is in a very fortunate position. After drafting Josh Rosen with their top pick last year, they don’t have a need for a quarterback, which opens the door for them to make a trade with a team who does, similar to what Tennessee did in 2016,…

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Stop Saying the Super Bowl was Bad Football

When we look back on the 2018 season, I believe it will be characterized as one of the most entertaining years in league history. We had high-scoring shootout affairs, some of the league’s best parity in its history, some controversy and even *gasp*  the Cleveland Browns got in on the fun. While the officiating left…

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2019 NFL Mock Draft – Week 12 Edition

1. San Francisco 49ers – Nick Bosa (DE/Ohio State) This season obviously didn’t go the way 49ers fans expected it to, but it puts them in a prime spot to get the top talent in the draft for a team that began the 2018 season as potential playoff contenders before injuries took their toll. Now,…

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2019 NFL Mock Draft – Week 10 Edition

1. Oakland Raiders – Justin Herbert (QB/Oregon) Oakland has Derek Carr, but Jon Gruden doesn’t seem committed to keeping him and the Raiders have an out on his contract after the season. With the top pick and two others in the first round to boot, they can land their future signal caller and address other…

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2018 NFL Midseason Awards

We’re halfway through the 2018 NFL season and while some new players (Patrick Mahomes) are becoming superstars, others (LeSean McCoy) are starting to fade. Here are our midseason award winners, voted by our staff: Most Valuable Player – Todd Gurley (Los Angeles Rams) (Unanimous decision) Gurley won our MVP award last season and somehow looks stronger…

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You Got Burned – Week 6 Edition

There are some NFL defensive players who excel in coverage and there are others who most certainly do not. Here are the five players who were transformed into burnt toast this week. 5. Kyle Fuller, Chicago Bears Nobody gave up more yards than the 147 yards surrendered by Fuller in Week 6 as Brock Osweiler…

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The NFL Needs to Banish Tie Games

There is nothing more anticlimactic than attending an American football game and witnessing a tie. And tie games are slowly becoming the new problem in the National Football League, a trend that is not just boring for the fans, but frankly un-American. Before 1974, tie games weren’t uncommon at all due to the fact that…

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Professional Athletes are Not Overpaid

For years now, one of the most comment beliefs about professional athletes are that they are overpaid. “They make millions to play a child’s game!” people say, but they are wrong. Professional sports are a multi-billion dollar industry in America. Even college teams make tens of millions of dollars and watching amateur sports is something…

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Making the Case Against Frank Gore for the Hall of Fame

Last season, former Indianapolis Colts running back Frank Gore passed LaDanian Tomlinson to be the fifth all-time leader in rushing yards in NFL history. This feat alone will likely earn him a spot in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Out of the top 11 leaders in career rushing yards, all but Gore, who obviously…

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