It was a busy day one for the Miami Dolphins front office as they brought in five players in just one day and dropped some big dollar signs. All this before their six top-100 picks in the 2020 NFL Draft. We all saw how this Dolphins team played at the end of 2019, taking down the New England Patriots in the final week of the regular season with a group of nobody’s. The team played hard for head coach Brian Flores who has seemed to change the culture down in Miami.
With a big culture change, comes new faces and Miami already has a handful of them. Continue reading →
Tampa Bay had a season that most probably expected. It wasn’t great, but it also didn’t send fans running back for refunds every week. They finished 7-9 on the year, mostly thanks to strong run defense and offensive weapons that made their quarterback look alright. However, offensive line play was pretty bad, and the run offense was pedestrian. The Bucs come into the draft having only seven picks this year, and these positions should be big target areas for Tampa Bay to address. Continue reading →
The Seattle Seahawks had a much better season than most expected. Russell Wilson made miracles happen behind a lackluster offensive line, Tyler Lockett, and rookie receiver D.K. Metcalf. Even as the running game lost their top two running backs in Rashaad Penny and Chris Carson by season’s end, this team still put up a fight in the playoffs getting eliminated in the divisional round against the Green Bay Packers. Seattle put up a respectable 11-5 record in a solid season. Continue reading →
As the halfway mark of the XFL season approaches, fans are swarming to the stadiums to support their teams in the second-half charge to the playoffs. Two teams have emerged as favorites, while some have started to show just how good they can be. Where will these trends go this week? Let’s dig into this week’s set of games to find out.
Three weeks of the XFL season have flown by and a couple teams are starting to separate from the field. Cam Phillips earned himself the “XFL Star of the Week” award for the second straight week and kept the award in Houston for the third straight week. As the teams approach the quarter mark of the season, they are beginning to show their true colors and games are starting to have more playoff implications. Who keeps their win streak alive, and can the Tampa Bay Vipers finally get a win?
Another exciting week of XFL football approaches, and with that, there is a fresh four-game slate for this weekend. Entering week three two teams remain undefeated and two teams have yet to taste victory in the new league. With quarterback play becoming a huge factor, which guys are going to step up this week and make a name for themselves? Let’s break down the four games lined up for Saturday and Sunday.
Week one of the XFL was just about everything that people expected it to be. It served its purpose as an extension of the football season and provided quality play along the way. We had it all, defensive shootouts, blocked punts, blowouts, sideline interviews abound, and a fresh take on the game of football.