2019 NFL Draft Review

The NFL Draft once again was dominated by stories of quarterbacks but that will not e the legacy of the raft when the defensive talent begins to show what they bring to their new teams.

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2019 NFL Draft Preview

The NFL Draft is short of big name quarterbacks but the defensive talent can still change teams immediately with the opposite end of the spectrum taking focus this year.

Experience over Everything

the game that was meant to showcase the old guard and the new era only showed what experience can do when nothing seems to be going right.

Super Bowl LIII Preview

One of the greatest dynasties in the league is back for a third straight year to try to capture their sixth title while a young team on the rise looks to begin their own dynasty.

Wednesday Morning QB (Championship Weekend)

The Conference finals had a distinct theme to them as two young and exciting teams leading the offensive revolution took on two teams that had seen and done everything hoping to prove they still had plenty of life let.

Wednesday Morning QB (Divisional Weekend)

The NFL season featured more great teams than usual and those great teams used the divisional round to prove the separation although one couldn’t come out on top.

Wednesday Morning QB (Wild Card Weekend)

The Wild Card weekend is meant for teams who barely made it to take on the best int he league but this year it may not be the same as one wild card team is among the best in the league.

2019 NFL Playoff Preview

The regular season was full of very impressive teams that will take the headlines as the playoffs approach with plenty of teams looking to upset the big four from the regular season.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 17)

The NFL season is officially over meaning that a number of teams are looking for new coaches with two in particular being the front runners for anyone who wants to have their impact on a potential winning team.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 16)

With his latest issues, Josh Gordon may never return to the league again and may go down as a cautionary tale of what could happen if things don’t go right off of the field.

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