Archive for September, 2017

Chiefs put starting CB Steven Nelson on IR, re-sign C.J. Spiller

Wednesday, September 27th, 2017:

The Chiefs will be without starting cornerback Steven Nelson for at least half of the season after he had core muscle surgery. The Chiefs placed Nelson on their injured reserve list Sunday. He can begin practicing with the Chiefs after six weeks and begin playing in games after eight weeks. “A healthy Bowman is still […]   Read More →

Rodgers will likely return to his “all business” persona again.

Saturday, September 23rd, 2017:

You may recall that last season I picked Austin Seferian-Jenkins to be the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ breakout player. I figured he’d had two injury riddled seasons to start his career, but even in the limited time that he was on the field he showed that he could be a special player. What did ASJ do […]   Read More →

The Bucs haven’t been limited by cap issues since the early 2000s

Wednesday, September 20th, 2017:

The Jags are making the playoffs if Blake Bortles transforms into Alex Smith and becomes incredibly efficient while cutting his interception total in half. Leonard Fournette should be averaging about 4.5 yards per carry. Dante Fowler needs to learn how to consistently rush the passer from the edge, Paul Posluszny needs to (somehow) get faster […]   Read More →

The Chiefs are pork butts.

Wednesday, September 13th, 2017:

A new-look defense helmed by head coach Sean McDermott is going to return Jerry Hughes to his dominant pass-rushing self, while Ronald Darby, Tre’Davious White, and Micah Hyde can snag interceptions in the backfield. Offensively, Charles Clay or Zay Jones will emerge as Tyrod Taylor’s safety valve while LeSean McCoy leads the league in rushing. […]   Read More →

This is really what we all were waiting for.

Sunday, September 10th, 2017:

As a Cavalier, he’ll be on national TV a million times and probably make the NBA Finals. He has a shot at winning a championship. But if Irving values personal excellence and becoming an all-timer under his own shingle over being LeBron’s top sidekick, that’s understandable. Irving, like James, came in as an undisputed No. […]   Read More →

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