Winners and Losers From NFL Week 3

In what was an absolutely hectic week, let’s go over the winners and losers from NFL Week 3. Winner: Philadelphia Eagles (Won 20-16 vs IND) From the final score, it may seem like the Eagles’ win over the Colts at home was by too close of a margin. However, the reality is that the Eagles are without several of their key players, including running back … Continue reading Winners and Losers From NFL Week 3

Patrick Mahomes Is Legit, But That Doesn’t Mean The Chiefs Are Contenders

It would have been expected if the Chiefs took a step back this season after winning the AFC West. After all, they traded the consistent Alex Smith and inserted Patrick Mahomes under center. Mahomes, a first-round pick in 2017, was considered a work in progress coming out of college and started just one game last season, which was a meaningless Week 17 game where the … Continue reading Patrick Mahomes Is Legit, But That Doesn’t Mean The Chiefs Are Contenders

NFL Week 3 Predictions

It’s already Week 3! Let’s make some predictions! Jets (1-1) at Browns (0-1-1) TNF The Browns have now gone 19 games without winning a football game. However, if they had a capable kicker, they would be 2-0. These teams are rather balanced on paper, but Cleveland has the advantage for multiple reasons. In what will be an extremely rowdy environment on a short week, Cleveland … Continue reading NFL Week 3 Predictions

Brewers’ Heist of Christian Yelich Reminds Us to Not Judge a Trade Too Quickly

On January 25th of this year, the Milwaukee Brewers acquired outfielder Christian Yelich from the Marlins for four prospects, including top prospect Lewis Brinson. At the time, many criticized the Brewers for this trade. They claimed that someone who was going to hit .270 with 20 home runs wasn’t worth a top 20 prospect. That the Brewers would regret this trade forever. Instead, this may … Continue reading Brewers’ Heist of Christian Yelich Reminds Us to Not Judge a Trade Too Quickly

Winners and Losers From NFL Week 2

After a wild week one, it would be expected if Week 2 failed to match the same excitement. Instead, it exceeded that, with so many field goals and yet another tie, this one between the Vikings and Packers. Let’s take a look at the biggest winners and losers from Week 2. Winner: Jacksonville Jaguars Without running back Leonard Fournette, it was fair to question if … Continue reading Winners and Losers From NFL Week 2

Broadway Sam and The Jets Have An Extremely Bright Future, as Long as They Don’t Screw It Up

When Sam Darnold threw a pick-six on his first-ever pass, fans quickly went on social media to throw him under the bus. Darnold was called a bust and was thrown off as a “typical Jets quarterback”. Then, Darnold silenced all the haters. He finished completing 16 of his 21 passes, threw for 198 yards and two touchdowns and led the Jets to 48-17 win. Had … Continue reading Broadway Sam and The Jets Have An Extremely Bright Future, as Long as They Don’t Screw It Up

NFL Week 2 Predictions

After a crazy week one, it’s time to predict the outcome of each game in week 2. Ravens (1-0) at Bengals (1-0) TNF Thursday Night Football gives us a great matchup between two AFC North teams currently in first place. The Ravens and Bengals are so evenly matched, that it’s extremely difficult to predict a winner for this game. Joe Flacco has struggled in Cincinnati … Continue reading NFL Week 2 Predictions

Winners and Losers From NFL Week 1

Week 1 of the NFL was filled with so much excitement. Let’s recap this incredible week of football with the biggest winners and losers from Week 1. Winner: New York Jets With a rookie quarterback starting his first game in Sam Darnold, no one would’ve blamed the Jets or Darnold if they struggled on the road in Detroit. Instead, the Jets scored 31 unanswered after being … Continue reading Winners and Losers From NFL Week 1

The Rays Are Building A Superteam of Cast-offs

Coming into the season, many people wrote the Tampa Bay Rays off as a bottom dweller. Who can blame them? They had just traded away their franchise player in Evan Longoria, and practically gave away pitcher Jake Odorizzi and outfielder Corey Dickerson in the offseason. Right now, their $73 million payroll is the second-lowest in baseball and they have traded away many key pieces during … Continue reading The Rays Are Building A Superteam of Cast-offs