Bumbling Jets created Jamal Adams Problem (when there didn’t need to be one)

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)

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Pat Shumur’s Decision to punt in the 4th Sends Wrong Message to Locker Room

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

Jay Gruden is Out, but the Nightmare is far from over for the Redskins

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

Latest Egregious Hit Worthy of a Lifetime Ban for Vontaze Burfict

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

Are the Cowboys still an accident waiting to happen?

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?

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

Daniel Jones’ Electrifying Debut Slammed the Door on the Eli Manning Era for the Giants

by Jordy McElroy Two-time Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning had a front row seat to Sunday’s eulogy for his tenure with the New York Giants. Rookie quarterback Daniel Jones’ throwing arm was the preacher, and the diverse group of offensive weapons that used to belong to Manning were his pallbearers. A game-winning fourth quarter drive with a climactic rushing touchdown by the No. 6 overall … Continue reading Daniel Jones’ Electrifying Debut Slammed the Door on the Eli Manning Era for the Giants

Monday Night Meltdown should be the Last Straw for Redskins Coach Jay Gruden

by Jordy McElroy As the primetime spotlight of Monday Night Football shined directly on FedEx Field, there was no hiding the fact that Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden was clearly in over his head. Quarterback Case Keenum might have been the crash test dummy for the Chicago Bears’ vaunted defense, but Gruden was the one absorbing the kind of hits you don’t come back from. … Continue reading Monday Night Meltdown should be the Last Straw for Redskins Coach Jay Gruden

Jaguars Should try to Mend Bridges with Jalen Ramsey

by Jordy McElroy Kiss and make up time? Cue the typical airport scene in every romantic film. All-Pro cornerback Jalen Ramsey is attempting to board a flight out of town to a new city and opportunity, while the disheveled Jacksonville Jaguars race through the airport to spill their heart into a million pieces, begging him to stay. Tears, regrets and future promises are exchanged before … Continue reading Jaguars Should try to Mend Bridges with Jalen Ramsey

End of an era? Ben Roethlisberger the last Killer B to fall in a Devastating season for the Steelers

by Jordy McElroy The straw that finally broke the Pittsburgh Steelers’ back came on Monday with news of Ben Roethlisberger being placed on injured reserve with an elbow injury. In the same year the team lost All-Pro receiver Antonio Brown and running back Le’Veon Bell, they are losing their starting quarterback, who was by all accounts the last beacon of hope for Super Bowl contention.  … Continue reading End of an era? Ben Roethlisberger the last Killer B to fall in a Devastating season for the Steelers