Michael Pallas | September 6th, 2019
The recent behavior of Antonio Brown has been erratic, to say the least, but the recent news that they won’t release him is the right thing to do depending on the conditions of not cutting him. Continue reading
Austin Cunningham | Aug 30th, 2019
Bill Belichick is the head coach, Josh McDaniels is the offensive coordinator and Tom Brady is the Quarterback. Brady now has two receivers that are strong, fast and efficient after the catch standing over 6’3”, with Julian Edelman returning in the slot. The defense is going to be solid no matter who is out there because that is the Patriot way. Another promising season is ahead for the boys in Boston and the AFC runs through them yet again. Continue reading
Zach Gotlieb \ Aug 10th, 2019
The Denver Broncos just completed their second preseason game out of five facing the Seattle Seahawks. As you should expect, there were goods and bads. We finally got to see most of the presumed starting group hit the field for the first time this season for one drive then let the backups hash it out and continue to make their arguments for why they should be on this roster or another team’s roster. Now, before I get into how the game went down, please, please don’t overreact.on what you either saw or read. It’s only the preseason and still early in the preseason. Guys are gonna struggle and make mistakes, that’s the point of the preseason. Now, given that, let’s get into what happened in this game.
Alex Perl Aug 6th, 2019
The 2018 season for the Los Angeles Chargers and Head Coach Anthony Lynn was a pleasant surprise. In 2018 the offense and defense clicked, which culminated in a 12-4 record with seven Pro Bowl selections. Despite losing in the divisional round of the playoffs, and the ongoing contract saga of Melvin Gordon (more on that later), expectations for 2019 in Los Angeles are now even higher, with talk of even a possible Super Bowl appearance, which would be the franchise’s first super bowl appearance since 1994. Continue reading
Alex Perl |July 31st, 2019
The dawn of a new NFL season is almost upon us. The Free Agents have signed their deals, the draft picks have settled into their new teams, and the blockbuster trades are now yesterday’s news. Which leaves the question for the Oakland Raiders, is this finally the year of change? Continue reading
Ethan Hewett | July 29th, 2019
The Kansas City Chiefs ended 2018 on a sour note losing a close game at home in the AFC Championship Game to the New England Patriots. While it ended on a low, the majority of their campaign was positive, finishing 12-4 on the regular season. The Chiefs also won their first playoff game since 2015 and hosted the AFC Championship Game for the first time in franchise history. Patrick Mahomes won Most Valuable Player and became only the second quarterback in history to throw for 5,000 yards and 50 touchdowns, joining only Peyton Manning. The defensive side of the ball was a completely different story, finishing second to last in total yards allowed per game. There were a lot of highs last season, and while it may have finished on a low note, Chiefs fans had to be happy with the beginning of a new era for Chiefs football. Continue reading
John Wagner | December 17th, 2018
Eric Berry is beloved in Kansas City. Since being drafted he’s overcome an ACL tear and beat Hodgkins Lymphoma. He was scared of horses and he’s the heart and soul of the defense. That’s why when he went down with a torn Achilles in the season opener against the Patriots in 2017, Chiefs fans were waiting for him to come back.