The Houston Texans were part of the closest division in the National Football League with four games separating the top (Texans) and bottom (Jacksonville Jaguars) teams in the division. The Texans ended the regular season at 10-6, one win less than the season before and the second season in a row winning the division. Continue reading →
This is a make or break year for you. This is the last year on your contract and you haven’t shown much in the last two years that would make the Tampa Bay Buccaneers want to keep you and your off the field issues. You got replaced by Ryan Fitzpatrick for a brief time last year even after your three-game suspension was finished. The Buccaneers picked up your fifth-year option for some reason and you’re still on the team somehow. I’m still hoping you can turn your career around, but that doesn’t seem like it has a good possibility of happening.
When I heard the New York Giants had brought back a familiar face back in late 2017, I was thrilled, ecstatic, and in awe of the move. I thought for sure that you would fix the Giants and shape them back into the form they were during the 2016 season and better. You were given the second pick in a draft LOADED with talent at quarterback, and a need at the position. You had a good, young, core with Odell Beckham Jr., Sterling Shepard, Evan Engram, and Landon Collins along with a talented veteran presence with Janoris Jenkins, Jason Pierre-Paul, Damon Harrison, and Olivier Vernon. Now, just a year-and-a-half later, only three of those eight guys are still on the roster AND THEY AREN’T EVEN THE THREE BEST. Continue reading →
With a flurry of offseason moves, multiple first-round picks and a move to Las Vegas on the horizon, the one familiar staple within the Oakland Raider organization will be it’s starting quarterback. Going into his 6th season as starting quarterback for the Raiders will be Derek Carr. Continue reading →
As the Denver Broncos get into their offseason training activities and signing their newest draftees to rookie contracts, there’s still one loose end that needs to be tied, and it may be coming close to an end. That is the contract dispute with star cornerback Chris Harris Jr.Continue reading →
The Los Angeles Rams went through the 2019 NFL draft addressing the team’s need of depth. Particularly, at the running back position with Darrell Henderson. The Rams took Henderson with pick No. 70 in the third round to prolong their peak. Continue reading →
With the 2019 NFL Draft now behind us, teams are now beginning to take shape and mold into what we will most likely see for the upcoming 2019-20 season. With the compensatory period coming to an end on May 8, meaning that all free agents signed after that period won’t count against compensatory picks, we could see some movement among players very soon. With several players still left on the free agency market such as Ndamukong Suh or Eric Berry, and along with trade rumors that we could possibly see come to fruition, here are ten players that we could see being picked up by a team or traded in the next month or two. Continue reading →
Achilles tendon (Calcaneus Tendon) injuries do not occur with the frequency of ACL injuries, but they are more devastating in terms of recovery and performance for NFL players. The Raiders signed Isaiah Crowell to a one-year deal this offseason but that plan got blown out of the water on Monday when Crowell suffered a season-ending Achilles Tendon Tear during offseason conditioning. It is reported that he will undergo surgery to repair the tendon within the next week. Continue reading →
The 2017 season was looking so bright as rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson was setting the league on fire. Then a torn ACL in practice ended his season and the Houston Texans went on to win just one of their last nine games, but with a healthy Watson, the 2018 season had high hopes. However, the season started off very ugly. The Texans started the season 0-3 including with loses to the Tennessee Titans and New York Giants. Facing the Indianapolis Colts in week four, the Texans’ season flipped 180 degrees within one snap.
The 2018 season was like night and day for the Dallas Cowboys. After starting the season 3-4, the Cowboys traded for Oakland Raiders’ wide receiver Amari Cooper and the whole season turned around. With Cooper on the roster, the Cowboys won seven of their last nine games and took home the NFC East title for the second time in three years. After winning their home playoff game against the Seattle Seahawks, 24-22, the Cowboys lost to the Los Angeles Rams 30-22 in the divisional round.
Recently former Oklahoma quarterback and Oakland A’s first-round draft pick, Kyler Murray, announced on Twitter that he was “firmly and fully committing my life and time to becoming an NFL quarterback”. With Murray 100% committed to playing in the NFL, his draft stock should start to rise.