by Jordy McElroy The punishments have been doled out by the NFL, but the dust has yet to settle from the infamous helmet brawl involving Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph and Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett. It has been a story with more twists and turns than a labyrinth; the latest being Rudolph allegedly uttering the unforgivable racial slur towards Garrett. There are no … Continue reading Does Mason Rudolph deserve to get off without a suspension for his role in the helmet brawl?
by Jordy McElroy 58 days. That’s how long it took for free agent receiver Antonio Brown to apologize for his scornful comments aimed in the direction of New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft. A long and overdue attempt at making public amends for some ugly social media posts may or may not repair the scorched bridge with the Patriots, but it does beg the question: … Continue reading Timing of Antonio Brown’s Apology is too Suspicious to be Coincidental
by Jordy McElroy Even after a victory, leave it to the Cleveland Browns to still find a way to lose. Whatever the entity was in “Final Destination” has clearly penetrated the depths of Jimmy Haslem’s organization to perpetually wreak havoc in new and innovative ways. It’s the Jersey Shore of professional football—the rapidly approaching train wreck that you know is coming and decide to watch … Continue reading Myles Garrett’s Despicable Act will be the Final Nail in the Coffin for the Undisciplined Browns
by Jordy McElroy It doesn’t take 20/20 hindsight to see the damage the Kansas City Chiefs caused to their playoff hopes in Sunday’s jaw-dropping 35-32 upset loss to the Tennessee Titans. Coach Andy Reid stood in the center of it all, as he rightfully should, absorbing all of the blame, while his players stayed behind in the showers scrubbing away the stink from their most … Continue reading Music City Meltdown will be remembered as the game that cost the Chiefs a Super Bowl
by Jordy McElroy There was no need for an “I told you so” as Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden proudly stood in front of the media on Thursday night after an impressive 26-24 win over the Los Angeles Chargers. A year of being treated as the punchline team in the NFL, and the Raiders are suddenly sitting second in the AFC West with a … Continue reading Time to buy into the Raiders as Playoff Contenders
by Jordy McElroy In an effort to avoid egg on its face, the NFL has walked a tightrope on the ever-evolving sexual assault allegations surrounding former All-Pro receiver Antonio Brown. Yet, the inevitable might still be a possibility due to the persistent waffling on a subject matter that has clearly overstayed its welcome. It’s time to put an end to the circus act and lean … Continue reading Enough is enough! NFL must put an end to the Antonio Brown saga next week
by Jordy McElroy An electric performance by quarterback Lamar Jackson led the Baltimore Ravens to a surprisingly lopsided 37-20 win over the New England Patriots on Sunday. It was a night of celebration for the Ravens earning their biggest win of the season, but it was also one of understanding the war with the Patriots in 2019 could be far from over. Move over New … Continue reading Patriots and Ravens’ Sunday Night Spectacle might have been an AFC Championship preview
by Jordy McElroy Jamal Adams was all in on the New York Jets until he found out they weren’t all in on him. Leave it to Gang Green to alienate the only young, generational talent on their roster that actually wanted to be on the team. Are you really surprised? This is the same Jets organization that traded Bill Belichick for a first-round draft pick … Continue reading Bumbling Jets created Jamal Adams Problem (when there didn’t need to be one)
Look in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s Carolina Panthers quarterback Kyle Allen’s hype crashing back down to Earth. There’s only one Superman on the Panthers’ roster, and he’s the guy in the Thelma and Louise head scarf paired with a three-piece suit. Cam Newton had a front row seat to the carnage that ensued on Sunday as the San Francisco … Continue reading Time to pipe down on Panthers QB Kyle Allen replacing Cam Newton talk
by Jordy McElroy The New England Patriots needed Josh Gordon until they didn’t. That’s the moment the former All-Pro wideout learned the Patriot Way wasn’t all sunshine and rainbows—a perpetuating narrative given life through the popped champagne bottles, confetti parades and Lombardi Trophies. It’s a cutthroat business, and coach Bill Belichick stands at the center of it all. Emotionless, heartless and merciless—it’s a rare approach … Continue reading Did the Patriots do Josh Gordon dirty?