by Jordy McElroy The stampeding herd of the San Francisco 49ers’ ferocious defensive front can be heard galloping off in the distance. Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes would do well to start running right now to ensure he gets a head start for Super Bowl LIV. The bull is rapidly approaching, and there will be no hiding in that red jersey wrapped around his … Continue reading Patrick Mahomes may have to run for his life at Super Bowl LIV
by Jordy McElroy The last thing anyone needs to see is former NFL All-Pro receiver Antonio Brown tossing on a pair of boxing gloves and stepping into the ring with YouTube megastar Logan Paul. Some guilty pleasures are better left alone, including the ones that would draw copious amounts of attention and an enormous payday. Brown, who can no longer set records on the field, … Continue reading Logan Paul fight could end disastrously for Antonio Brown
by Jordy McElroy Odell Beckham Jr. seemingly had it all in Cleveland—the best friend No. 2 option in Jarvis Landry, the confident young quarterback in Baker Mayfield and the burgeoning Browns organization seemingly on the fast-track to success. If only foresight was 20/20. Landry went from being the No. 2 to the No. 1 receiver on the depth chart, and Mayfield has thrown more interceptions … Continue reading Browns’ Odell Beckham Jr. Experiment was a Complete and Utter Failure
by Jordy McElroy Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has been more disprove-it than prove-it in a contract year that has gone about as bad as anyone could have imagined. A meltdown of cataclysmic proportions has the Cowboys riding a three-game losing streak and barely clinging to a lead in the NFC East. Good quarterbacks are hard to come by in the NFL, and it has … Continue reading Are Dak and the Cowboys headed towards a Kirk Cousins – Redskins Split?
by Jordy McElroy New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick might have constructed arguably the best defense in franchise history, but he also had a hand in deconstructing a prolific offense that has been humming for nearly two decades with quarterback Tom Brady behind center. A quick stroll down memory lane to Week 2 in the season, and the Patriots had Julian Edelman, Antonio Brown, Josh … Continue reading Bill Belichick’s hands aren’t clean of the Patriots’ Lack of Offense
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)
by Jordy McElroy Leave it to New York Giants coach Pat Shurmur to still come out with egg on his face even in the most impossible of situations. No one expected the Giants to survive their Thursday Night Football encounter in Foxborough with the unbeaten New England Patriots. They were coming into the game with rookie quarterback Daniel Jones leading an offense decimated at the … Continue reading Pat Shumur’s Decision to punt in the 4th Sends Wrong Message to Locker Room
by Jordy McElroy It took a 33-7 shellacking at the hands of the New England Patriots to do what the Washington Redskins reportedly had their heart set on doing for the past week. They handed former head coach Jay Gruden his walking papers and turned the team over to former assistant/offensive line coach Bill Callahan—a temporary fix, albeit a much better one than the alternative. … Continue reading Jay Gruden is Out, but the Nightmare is far from over for the Redskins
by Jordy McElroy It’s a bird, it’s a plane… No, it’s Vontaze Burfict launching himself headfirst like a missile into another defenseless receiver. The Oakland Raiders’ troubled linebacker was suspended for the rest of the season on Monday after landing an egregiously outright dirty hit on Indianapolis Colts tight end Jack Doyle on Sunday. A season-long ban could even be considered as merciful for a … Continue reading Latest Egregious Hit Worthy of a Lifetime Ban for Vontaze Burfict
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott stood boldly in front of media members on Sunday night and proclaimed the team’s confidence wouldn’t be shaken after losing its first game of the season to the New Orleans Saints. It was a superbly optimistic press conference for a quarterback that was out-dueled by Teddy Bridgewater and not Drew Brees. An opportunity to make a statement and move to 4-0 got … Continue reading Are the Cowboys still an accident waiting to happen?