Archive for September, 2017

Andrew Luck ruled out for Colts’ Week 1 game vs. Rams

Friday, September 29th, 2017:

Andrew Luck came off the physically unable to perform list just days ago, but the Indianapolis Colts have ruled him out for the regular season opener against the Los Angeles Rams. Scott Tolzien will get the start as Luck continues to slowly recover from offseason surgery. When will Luck return? “He’s in the training phase […]   Read More →

Why Logan Thomas is the Bills’ breakout player this season

Wednesday, September 27th, 2017:

Logan Thomas is an easy choice for the Buffalo Bills’ breakout player. Just keeping it a buck, Thomas has yet to have a single catch in a regular season NFL game, so he has nowhere to go but up! That isn’t the only reason why I chose him. Terrelle Pryor’s success at wide receiver last […]   Read More →

What are the long-term ramifications of this injury?

Monday, September 25th, 2017:

The Bills traded away Sammy Watkins and acquired Jordan Matthews, who immediately got injured and missed the rest of preseason. After a poor performance by Taylor in the second game — 8-of-18 passing, 53 yards, two interceptions — McDermott said that he was still the starter but the team will “evaluate everything,” which is hardly […]   Read More →

Both players came out of Highland Park with a ton of hype.

Saturday, September 23rd, 2017:

The Indianapolis Colts trotted out a brand new slogan Monday, but it devolved into a Twitter fight with the Tennessee Titans and Minnesota Vikings, who both said they thought of it first. But even if plenty of people were confused about what the Colts’ slogan even means, the Tennessee Titans wanted to make sure everyone […]   Read More →

Jets claim Kony Ealy off waivers after he was cut by the Patriots

Wednesday, September 20th, 2017:

Kony Ealy didn’t stay on the waiver wire long after being cut by the Patriots on Saturday. Ealy has been claimed by a division rival, the New York Jets, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The Bengals are loaded on offense and need their young tackles to play well with the departure of longtime left tackle […]   Read More →

Browns’ Myles Garrett tweaks ankle in practice

Sunday, September 17th, 2017:

Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett injured his right ankle Wednesday and was not able to finish practice, coach Hue Jackson said at his post-practice news conference. Garrett will undergo further evaluation Wednesday night. He was listed as limited on the injury report. Jackson would not guess whether this would affect the rookie’s availability for […]   Read More →

Why Josh Hill is the Saints’ breakout player this season

Friday, September 15th, 2017:

It would be fair to label Saints tight end Josh Hill somewhat of a late bloomer. After hauling in 14 catches in his second season, 2014, and 16 catches in 2015, it appeared that Hill was finally about to break out last season, his fourth year in the league. Even though he was slowed by […]   Read More →

Maybe he won’t set the world on fire this year

Wednesday, September 13th, 2017:

With Thomas, there is no way of knowing just how quickly he will get better at making contested catches, but to me that is the only thing that would hold him back from having pretty impressive numbers this season. Maybe he won’t set the world on fire this year, but I do think Thomas will […]   Read More →

Hometown ties are hard to deny.

Sunday, September 10th, 2017:

LeBron did it when he left Miami to steer the Cavs to their first-ever championship in 2016. Irving has NBA Finals experience. He’s seen first-hand what it takes to earn the world’s highest basketball honor. There’s no better feeling than digging your hometown team — yes, the Knicks count for north Jersey — out of […]   Read More →

It was such a tough decision.

Friday, September 8th, 2017:

The reigning Defensive Player of the Year shut down the notion Golden State would have trouble defending the Trail Blazers if they landed another All-Star this summer. It was a response to Lillard, who told Joe Freeman of The Oregonian that the Trail Blazers would be difficult to guard if Anthony joined him, C.J. McCollum […]   Read More →

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