Monday, June 1, 2020

Each Team’s Best and Worst NFL Draft Pick

With 253 players chosen, the NFL draft is officially over. Here is each team's best and worst draft pick. AFC AFC West Denver Broncos Best Pick: Paxton Lynch, Quarterback, Memphis, first round In taking Paxton Lynch, the Broncos have secured their franchise quarterback moving forward. In order to acquire Lynch, the Broncos had to trade up to prevent teams like Dallas and Cleveland from taking...

The Golden Age of Running Backs Is Now…but Nobody Cares

Stop me if you've heard this one before: the running back position is being devalued in the NFL. It's a common cliché that is a direct result of another NFL cliché: it's a passing league now. Both of these are true statements. In a world where only four running backs are making an average of $7 million or more...

Predicting the 2016 NFL Rookies of the Year

Offensive Rookie of the Year: The Frontrunner: Ezekiel Elliott, RB, Dallas Cowboys This is an easy pick. The best running back prospect in the last few years drafted to the team with the NFL's best offensive line. If Elliott doesn't win the OROY award, it will be a disappointment. Now that Darren McFadden's injury woes have resurfaced, look for Elliott to tote...

Could Ezekiel Elliott Win MVP This Year?

"With the fourth overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, the Dallas Cowboys select Ezekiel Elliott!" In just one sentence, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, speaking on behalf of Jerry Jones and his Dallas Cowboys, changed the landscape of the NFL for years to come. Prior to the draft, the Cowboys' offense, when healthy, was already a top 10 unit...

What Will the Cowboys Do Without Rolando McClain?

On Thursday it was announced that Dallas Cowboys starting middle linebacker Rolando McClain had been suspended for the first 10 games of the 2016 regular season for violating the league's substance abuse policy. Although he is expected to appeal the suspension, it seems unlikely that it will go in his favor. McClain was suspended for the first four games of...

A Way-Too-Early Prediction of the 2016 Dallas Cowboys 53-Man Roster

The Dallas Cowboys have finished the early portion of the offseason training program, with minicamps and OTA's - mandatory and not - behind them and are now waiting until training camp commences in Oxnard, California on July 29. Rolando McClain drama aside, it's the quiet point of the offseason. Right now, we don't have much to go off of regarding...

Power Ranking All the NFL Head Coaches For 2016

Mike Mularkey Talk about an uninspired coaching hire. Mularkey was the Buffalo Bills head coach for two seasons, compiling a 14-18 record before he resigned from the team. Then he coached the Jacksonville Jaguars to a 2-14 record and got himself fired immediately. He served as the Tennessee Titans' interim head coach after they fired Ken Whisenhunt last season and...

Why Is Rolando McClain Still With the Dallas Cowboys?

In case you missed it, Dallas Cowboys middle linebacker Rolando McClain was suspended for the first 10 games of the 2016 regular season for violating the league's policy on substance abuse. At the time, there were reports from the always mysterious "inside sources" that the coaching staff was fed up with McClain (it was his third drug-related suspension in...

What to Watch For in Dallas Cowboys’ First Pre-Season Game

The Dallas Cowboys will play their first game of the pre-season on Saturday in Los Angeles against the Rams. Between all of the injuries, suspensions, resting veterans, and general questions, there will be a lot to keep track of in this first real look at the 2016 Cowboys. Here's a breakdown of what to watch for. Quarterback This is quite obviously...

Tony Romo Suffers Broken Bone in Back

Dallas Cowboys starting quarterback Tony Romo broke a bone in his back during Thursday nights pre-season game versus the Seattle Seahawks per Adam Scheffer. The injury is expected to sideline him 6 to 10 weeks, leaving rookie quarterback Dak Prescott as the starter. Despite the circumstances, Prescott is in a good situation. So far, he has looked like he belongs...
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