The NFL Network finished their Top 100 countdown of the league’s best players with Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson finishing number one overall.
This series commemorates the 160 Worst Losses in NFL history. We will examine the five worst losses of each franchise.
Since 2020 has been a complete dumpster fire, what better way to celebrate the year’s utter nonsense than by taking a deep dive into the worst losses in NFL history.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has endured quite the strange first half of 2020. He and the Packers got handled in the NFC Championship game; Green Bay used their 2020 first round pick on his potential replacement quarterback Jordan Love; and last week he broke up with […]
Can Niners Sign Adams and Extend Kittle? San Francisco is poised for another Super Bowl run this season and according to handicapping site sportsbookreview.com the 49ers are 10-1 to win the 2020 Super Bowl, trailing only the Ravens and Chiefs. However, some housekeeping needs to be addressed, the first […]
The defending NFC champion San Francisco 49ers appear to have an unhappy running back on their hands. Running back Raheem Mostert is requesting a trade due to an unsatisfactory contract per his agent, Brett Tessler.
The sports world is still buzzing about the half-billion dollar contract signed by Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes on Monday. The Chiefs potentially dishing out $503 million over 10 years to a 24-year-old Super Bowl-winning quarterback seems somewhat wild but the economics of football at the moment […]
The Kansas City Chiefs signed Super Bowl MVP quarterback Patrick Mahomes to a 10-year contract extension that will make him the highest paid player in NFL history.
The days of the Washington Redskins appear to be numbered. The controversial nickname for the Washington Football Club looks like it may be on the way out or at the very least….”under review.”
As training camp looms later in July, the NFL’s time of waiting to make decisions with COVID-19 in mind is running out. However, the first shoe dropped on Wednesday when the NFL reportedly decided to cut the preseason down to just two games.