View this post on Instagram While I am not doing a full mock draft for this class, I do have strong opinions, and predictions, concerning the landing spots for the consensus top three QB’s in this class; Dwayne Haskins of Ohio State, Kyler Murray of Oklahoma and Daniel Jones of Duke. Let’s start from the top with Murray. I think he’s not only a lock for No. 1 to Arizona, but I also believe it’s in the best interest of Coach Kingsbury and Arizona for two reasons. First, the football aspect. While I think Rosen is a BETTER QB than Murray, I think Murray is just too perfect for Kliff’s unorthodox system, that happens to be similar to the system Kyler successfully ran at Oklahoma. You guys KNOW how much I love Rosen. I think he’s going to be a STAR in this league. I’m not saying Rosen would not work in it, because he would. It’s just that Kyler would fit it much better, and allow Kliff to be more creative. Secondly, the psychological aspect. I think sticking with Rosen would create an awkward situation. It’s clear by his words that Kliff is not committed to Rosen at all (which is why I’m convinced Murray is the pick) and he’d be more comfortable with the QB of his choice, rather than an inherited one. I see no issue...Read More
View this post on Instagram Yesterday I posted four opinionated polls concerning Colin Kaepernick just to see your opinions. After seeing your responses, I thought I would make a post with my opinions so let’s get into it. 1.) According to 57% of you, you would NOT feel bad if Kaep never played again in the NFL and I agree. To put it simply, it has NOTHING to do with politics. It’s just that he made the decision to sabotage his career and he should – and probably did – know the potential effect on his career it would have. Additionally, he’s made more money from this whole timespan than he would playing so that certainly factors in. . . . 2.) According to 40% of you, you’d rather use a no-name QB than Kaep in a current playoff push and I agree. Again, nothing politics related. It’s for two reasons; one being the distraction he’d bring to this franchise focused on winning, and two, he’s been out of football for so long that I’d rather trust my backup who knows the offense. Give Kaep a full off-season and it’s a different story. . . . 3.) According to 75% of you, Colin should have take the 250K offer to play and prove himself in the AAF and I agree. What better way to prove you still have it...Read More
View this post on Instagram See the photos above first! . . . As many of you guys have seen across social media these past few weeks, the AAF – a brand new professional football league – is kicking off tonight on CBS and I believe it’s going to be a MASSIVE success! . . . First and foremost, the rule changes are excellent. They covered every single necessity to improve the game and I think fans will be very pleased. The pace will be much better and the calls will be much less controversial. I love it. . . . In terms of the play, I think it will be very entertaining. These players are out here to revive their careers and make a statement. They’re going to play unbelievably hard especially with the contract rules as bonuses only make you more cash. I’m also so excited to see some old faces revive their careers! . . . Lastly, I think this is huge for the NFL and I boldly predict the AAF will be officially associated as the NFL’s development league by the end of the season. . . . The NFL has never had a development league and this is the perfect start. The NFL can offer a HUGE sum of money for the rights to look over this league without interfering, and test out rules...Read More
Happy Championship Sunday! We got a huge pair of games today so let’s get started:. . . . .NE @ KC: This game is going to come down to the CONSISTENCY of Kansas City’s performance. I can ASSURE you that we’ll see a classic Patriots playoff effort in this game; but the only way to outmatch that is to start strong out of the gates, and RETAIN that all the way through until the last second.. . .We’ve seen their incredible talent time after time, but also their INABILITY to close out big games. The defense needs to play just as well as last week too, and use the momentum from last week – to their advantage.. . .I think KC has a REAL, LEGIT shot at this game and I’m really pulling for Andy Reid the most since he’s an EXCELLENT HC! I don’t care what you say; he’s top tier. Though, I can’t see Brady and Belichick falling to a relatively young Chiefs team FILLED with inexperience and sprinkled with holes.. . .Chiefs get off to a hot start, but lose steam near the end as Gostkowski hits a game winner to send the Pats to the Super Bowl: KC 17 – 20 NE.. . . . .LAR @ NO: Similar to the AFC championship, there is one much talented team in the Rams – like the...Read More
No intro needed. Let’s get started: . . . . . IND @ KC: As you know, my bold pre-playoff take was that Indy would reach the AFC championship. I’ll stick with the narrative and pick them against KC in a 34-31 win, capped by a Vinatieri GW-FG. I think balance > overall firepower and this Colts team can get it done better in the snowy trenches. . . . DAL @ LA: I’m really not buying into this whole “Rams are overrated” narrative. I think this is a huge statement game for them that will have people buzzing before the NFC championship. Rams dominate this one 38 – 20 over Dallas. . . . LAC @ NE: I’m rooting real hard for the Chargers in this one, but I CANNOT STAND how people continue to doubt the Patriots in these games. They act like there a 5-11 team! It’s ridiculous. They’ve done this too many times and they’re a different team at home. This game SHOULD be in LA though. Patriots take this one 27-24 in a close affair. . . . PHI @ NO: The Eagles played excellent @ Chicago. Don’t get me wrong. But I think the Bears’ performance was more of the reason why they won. Saints remind everyone why they’re the favorites with a commanding 41 – 20 win with most of the Eagles...Read More
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