As we inch on closer to the end of the NFL season, we also get closer to the beginning of the NFL Draft season, my personal favorite. You get to see countless mock drafts about who your favorite team could add next season and start to recognize some names of the future stars of the NFL. Continue reading
Welcome back to part two of a four-part series. Halfway into the NFL season means these players are halfway to the end of their rookie seasons. Just like the last go-around, the sample size is not very large but we have an even better idea on these players than we did just a month ago.
Clay Smarslok | October 4th, 2019
Welcome to the beginning of the second quarter of the NFL season. We have now seen four games each from 30 teams and only three from the New York Jets and San Francisco 49ers, due to them having a bye in week four.
With it being still pretty early in the season, anything can happen. You get a better idea of who players and teams are, but normally in October, the rust wears off for every team and should be seeing their best from here on out. But for rookies, it’s just a bit different. Continue reading
Clay Smarslok | Sept. 2nd, 2019
Even though the College Football season is only one week old, the potential of this 2020 running back class has been talked about for what seems like years. All average college fans know the names like Jonathan Taylor, D’Andre Swift, and Travis Etienne. But there is one that could be joining that list of household names very soon and that is Utah’s senior tailback, Zack Moss. Continue reading
Clay Smarslok | Aug 26th, 2019
All over the country, people were clamoring for the college football season to start. However, when doing that, it is safe to say we did not foresee the Florida-Miami game to go the way that it did. It was a close game throughout, but the level of play did not seem like two top-30 teams. There were mistakes mentally and physically for every second of those 60 minutes. Each team now has two weeks to right their wrongs but let’s take a look at what we can take away for game numero uno. Continue reading
Clay Smarslok | August 24th, 2019
We made it! We made it to both the College Football season and to the end of this highly sought out list. Before the game tonight we go over the four teams that made an appearance in the College Football Playoffs in 2018 and the team that enters their first season without Urban Meyer. So as you can guess, these five players will get a ton of TV time this year so you will have every opportunity to get a feel for their games before the end of the season. Enjoy the ending here, because from here on out, we are onto the 2019 season and forgetting about the 2018 season. Go Gators!