Whichever way the game goes the winning head coach will make NFL history. Either the Patriots’ Bill Belichick will become the oldest head coach to win a Super Bowl, or the Rams’ Sean McVay will become the youngest. Whilst Belichick is somewhat of a household name in the NFL, what’s the story behind the NFL’s up and coming star coach Sean McVay?
Forward Kristaps Porzingis has been traded by the New York Knicks to the Dallas Mavericks, as reported by Marc Stein.
New York Knicks forward Kristaps Porzingis has expressed his concern with the franchise, as reported by Adrian Wojnarowski.
Nickell Robey-Coleman, self-named Slotgod most famous for being the villain of the Rams versus Saints game decided to talk about Tom Brady in an interview for Bleacher Report.
Couple Brady's speed getting rid of the ball with Scarnecchia's expertise and guile as offensive line coach, add a sprinkle of the brilliance of Josh McDaniels' offensive play calling, then add the cherry of having the greatest NFL coach in history in Bill Belichick, and you know full well that this dynasty isn't anywhere near done yet.
The Orlando Magic big man is having a career year, averaging career-highs in total rebounds, blocks, assists and points. He is shooting a career-best 37% from three-point range too, hitting 1.2 threes per game.
So, whilst the odds favour the MVP going to the likes of Brady, Goff or even Donald, do not be surprised if one of Michel, White, Gurley or Anderson take home the honour after running their team to victory.
They began playing in the 2016 USL campaign, instantly becoming the most supported club in the second tier of US soccer.
We all know when it comes to any game, not just the Super Bowl, that the focus is normally on the quarterback or a superstar running back or wide receiver. Let's be honest, it's these guys that get the scores and lead their teams to the wins. They normally win the MVP and drive off in a brand new sports car or in Kurt Warner's case a people carrier.
Sporting Kansas City traded franchise centre-back Ike Opara to Minnesota in exchange for approximately $900,000 in Targeted Allocation Money. That figure could the $1 million mark if Minnesota make the playoffs, as reported by ESPN reporter Jeff Carlisle.