After a disappointing end to last season in which the Colts lost 13 to 31 in Kansas City against the Chiefs, does this Colts team still have the core and young talent to take the next step to the Superbowl? The colts have been adding key new players to their defense over the past few years in drafting Darius Leonard, Malik Hooker, Rock Ya-sin, and … Continue reading Indianapolis Colts Your AFC Champions
Some good news for Philadelphia Eagles fans and the organization, on the date of June 6th, 2019, the Philadelphia Eagles and franchise Quarterback Carson Wentz have agreed on terms to extend Wentz to a 4 year, $128 million extension with over $107 million in guaranteed money, which will be the largest guaranteed contract in the National Football League. Carson Wentz will be signed with the … Continue reading Carson Wentz gets Extended! Good or Bad?
We know who the NFL’s cream of the crop is, but which underdog teams could we see in Miami in February? Continue reading February Forecast: Super Bowl LIV’s Potential New Suitors
Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley’s career could be in jeopardy and here is why: Todd Gurley has suffered from many injuries throughout his short and successful career in the NFL and college career. These include a pedal ankle sprain grade 2, a pedal toe turf toe, a knee strain grade 1, and last but not least, the one that could potentially be … Continue reading Is Todd Gurley’s Career a Concern?
The New York Jets decided to swing for the fences this offseason. They felt that they needed to gamble and they did just that with the signing of Le’Veon Bell. It is a risky move, Bell hasn’t played a game since 2017 after sitting out the 2018 season due to a contract dispute and although he did make the pro bowl that year he only … Continue reading Le’Veon Bell and the Jets Potential
In the last three years, the Cleveland Browns have won a total of eight regular season NFL football games. While this statistic is shocking, what is more surprising is that seven of their eight wins came this year. The Browns had one victory in 2016 and none in the 2017 season. For a team that is in the NFL, you simply cannot be putting up … Continue reading Is it time to believe in the Browns?
On March 12, 2011, a work stoppage was appointed to the players of the National Football League. The owners of the NFL and the NFL Players Association bartered and battled for four and a half months until the new Collective Bargaining Agreement was completely signed by both sides on July 25. Among the many topics that were brought up that summer, the NFL proposed the … Continue reading More Games, More Problems? Reviewing the Possibility of an 18-game NFL Schedule
After winning the AFC South by going 10-6 in 2017, can a revamped Jacksonville team return to the playoffs? It was widely expected around the league that the team would return last year but for various reasons the team just flat out struggled to win games. They ended the year 5-11 with an even larger blaring hole at the quarterback position that they essentially ignored … Continue reading Are the Jacksonville Jaguars Playoff Bound?
Indianapolis entered the offseason with a huge amount of cap space, so it was surprising to see them sit back and watch as big name free agents like Le’Veon Bell, Golden Tate, and Sheldon Richardson were scooped up by other teams. After going 10-6 and exiting the playoffs early, it seemed as though this young Colts team was just a piece or two away from … Continue reading Colts Conservative Offseason