Packers’ Loss is Proof of how quickly things can Change

by Jordy McElroy On a beautiful night in Wisconsin, if only for a moment in time, the Green Bay Packers looked like Super Bowl contenders again. Aaron Rodgers was doing things only Aaron Rodgers can do, DaVante Adams was having a career night and the defense was stifling a Carson Wentz-led Philadelphia Eagles offense. Thursday Night Football looked to be a statement game rather than … Continue reading Packers’ Loss is Proof of how quickly things can Change

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NFL Mock Draft: First Round Predictions Part 2

The first round of the 2019 NFL Draft starts Thursday, April 25th. We’ve got predictions on our mock board for all 32 NFL teams. Broken down from the late rounds of the draft board to the top. In Part 2 we’re tacking picks 21 through 25, which means the Seahawks, Ravens, Texans, Raiders, and Eagles are on the clock. See major draft busts and trade … Continue reading NFL Mock Draft: First Round Predictions Part 2

A Sport Bettor’s “Way Too Early” NFL Week 1 Preview

By Chad Cooper – Twitter @thechadcooper A week out from the NFL Draft, the league has released their 2019 256-game schedule. Fan bases around the world have gone crazy while degenerates, like myself, have already began to place bets thanks to Westgate Sportsbook posting odds for Week 1.  Christmas in April.  We have six months to figure this all out, but it’s never too early … Continue reading A Sport Bettor’s “Way Too Early” NFL Week 1 Preview

2019’s Wild and Wacky NFL Offseason

The NFL is no stranger to shocking and downright mind-boggling offseason trades and transactions. From teams trying to move up in the draft or unload salaries, to players that want a new place to play, the 2019 offseason has been no different.  Let’s recap what’s happened so far… Antonio Brown traded to Raiders: A doozie right out of the gates. Antonio Brown, desperate to get … Continue reading 2019’s Wild and Wacky NFL Offseason