We’ve entered the final game in the first quarter of the 2019 NFL season, and things don’t appear like they did at this point last season. The Buffalo Bills (3-0) and Detroit Lions are undefeated (2-0-1), the Minnesota Vikings have the best run game in the league and the Cleveland
There’s no season quite like football season. And there’s no week like Week 1, which always seems to consist of some pretty crazy stuff. Crazy stuff like the Tennessee Titans beating up on Baker Mayfield and the Cleveland Browns. Crazy stuff Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens putting nearly 60
How you feeling Panthers fans? What about you Packers fans? Well, only one of those fanbases feels remotely good following their kicker’s performance in another wild Week 5 of the NFL. Graham Gano hit a 63-yard game-winning field goal that stole the hearts of the NFL world, minus New York.
We’re a society that wants things instantaneously. Sports included. Sports, especially. We want our team to be good now; we want a championship now; we want our young players to show growth that takes years now. And in those rare cases where some franchises experience that instantaneous breakout, it’s a
If something isn’t broken, why try to fix it? This is the model that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers need to follow when it comes to their starting quarterback. While Jameis Winston has been serving a too-light 3-game suspension following yet another domestic abuse accusation, Ryan Fitzpatrick has been filling in
Hello, everyone! Your faithful band of NFL predictors are here: Charles, Lizzie, Alyssa and last but not least Katherine! Two weeks are down in the NFL 2018 season and the contenders and pretenders are sorting themselves out much quicker than usual. For every dominant team like the Chiefs, there is
As a Chicago Bears fan, I’ve grown up knowing and expecting two things: Great running back play and dominant defense. I’ve never been someone that’s really gotten to experience or expect great offensive play outside of running backs. So I grew up appreciating and thriving in the emotion that comes
If you’re a Detroit Lions fan, you’ve seen it all. The perfect winless season. The heartbreaking losses. Hall-of-Famers in their prime retiring before their time is up. Horrific quarterback after horrific quarterback. Resting at the bottom of the NFC North, or NFL, for years, etc. You get it, there’s been