49ers QB Jimmy Garoppolo proving he’s better off for leaving the Patriots

by Jordy McElroy Jimmy Garoppolo could have followed in the footsteps of Tom Brady if he opted to stay with the New England Patriots. That towering shadow as the successor of the greatest quarterback of all time would have blotted out the warm rays of sunshine in San Francisco. Beaches, money, palm trees and a Super Bowl-contending team with electrifying talent on both sides of … Continue reading 49ers QB Jimmy Garoppolo proving he’s better off for leaving the Patriots

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Remember the Titans: How Tennessee can Build off their Failed Cinderella Run

by Jordy McElroy The clock struck midnight and the Cinderella Tennessee Titans had to leave the dance on Sunday. An improbable AFC Championship run came screeching to a halt in the rollicking madhouse at Arrowhead Stadium, where even fairy tales pale in comparison to the might of Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes. But there were teachable moments that could help the Titans close the … Continue reading Remember the Titans: How Tennessee can Build off their Failed Cinderella Run

Logan Paul fight could end disastrously for Antonio Brown

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

Winning made the Ravens Soft and it Cost them when it Matter Most

by Jordy McElroy The Baltimore Ravens sat on their throne long enough for the Tennessee Titans to knock them off. A well-timed right hook in the form of bruising running back Derrick Henry put the Ravens down early in Saturday’s Divisional playoff game and kept them there for good. It was a shocking turn of events for a team that hadn’t lost a game since … Continue reading Winning made the Ravens Soft and it Cost them when it Matter Most

Mike McCarthy hiring won’t save the Cowboys from Jerry Jones

by Jordy McElroy Mike McCarthy is next in a long line of head coaches to stand on Jerry Jones’ chopping block. One of the most sought after jobs in the NFL comes with more than just an elevated level of status in the media spotlight. The fine print of the job description is dealing with an owner that loves to be part of the show … Continue reading Mike McCarthy hiring won’t save the Cowboys from Jerry Jones

Bruce Allen’s Walking Papers Signal Clean Slate for the Washington Redskins

by Jordy McElroy The speculation surrounding Bruce Allen’s status with Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder came to an abrupt end. After 10 long years of serving as the president and general manager of the Redskins organization, the pink slip finally came for Allen. Snyder saved the team the melodramatic ending by doing the deed on the one day deeds such as this typically get done. … Continue reading Bruce Allen’s Walking Papers Signal Clean Slate for the Washington Redskins

Seahawks Reuniting with Marshawn Lynch is Stuff of Legend

by Jordy McElroy Oakland is home to Marshawn Lynch, but Seattle will always be home to Beast Mode.  That terrifying downhill runner that has truck-sticked over countless souls hopped on a plane ride on Monday destined for the Seattle Seahawks’ facility. After passing a physical, a Christmas reunion of seismic proportions between Lynch and the running back-needy Seahawks was confirmed in the wee hours of … Continue reading Seahawks Reuniting with Marshawn Lynch is Stuff of Legend

Jameis Winston’s Frenetic QB play has the Buccaneers at a Crossroads

Jameis Winston’s elite potential is being dwarfed by the sobering reality that he was never meant to be the franchise quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. That was the opinion in Week 16 after he threw four interceptions in a 23-20 loss to the Houston Texans.  Come back next week and that opinion is sure to shift to the opposite end of the spectrum (like … Continue reading Jameis Winston’s Frenetic QB play has the Buccaneers at a Crossroads

Exiting the Black Hole: Jon Gruden brought Hope to Oakland before Ripping it Away

by Jordy McElroy Coach Jon Gruden’s storybook ending to the Raiders’ time in Oakland culminated into a fourth straight loss and playoff elimination. There were tears, appreciation and downright anger as the Raiders exited RingCentral Coliseum for a final time. Gruden will be the head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders in two weeks, leaving behind one of the NFL’s most loyal and disrespected fan-bases.  … Continue reading Exiting the Black Hole: Jon Gruden brought Hope to Oakland before Ripping it Away

NFL Must Act Swiftly in Patriots Spygate 2.0 Allegations

by Jordy McElroy The New England Patriots have once again shown why they’re the most polarizing team in all of sports with the latest throwback to the infamous Spygate allegations. Of course, the NFL could nip everything in the bud by coming to a swift conclusion in their investigation, but the past has shown time has no relevance when going down that endless rabbit hole. … Continue reading NFL Must Act Swiftly in Patriots Spygate 2.0 Allegations