These three teams should all be looking to trade down in the 2020 NFL Draft...
The Jacksonville Jaguars have made the decision to trade boundary corner A.J. Bouye to the Denver Broncos in exchange for a 2020 fourth round draft pick. And while the trade does not officially go through until the 18th March, in doing so the Jaguars state their intentions that a full-blown reconstruction of their secondary (you could argue their whole defence) is well underway.
Recent drafts have produced young starlets in the form Jaire Alexander and Rashan Gary and due to cap space limitations, owing largely to Aaron Rodger’s contract, the Packers will again turn all attentions to the draft in a plea to continue their upward trajectory to championship glory once more.
The fairy tale story however wasn’t to be as the Chiefs ran rampant in an AFC Championship game which served as a reminder of how far the Titans have left to go before becoming real contenders for the big prize.
And in the midst of all the talk Eli will continue to be the ultimate professional. The perfect teammate. The way he always has been. And in an NFL world where the aforementioned characteristics are becoming increasingly scarce, we say thank you Eli. Thank you for the memories, the victories, and the sweet sweet taste of Super Bowl success.
In an offseason plagued by contract disputes and critical financial decisions, the Dallas Cowboys roster is nevertheless undoubtedly a collection of young talent and undeniable experience, capable of reaching the bright lights of the Super Bowl.
As the last of the euphoria-ingrained dust, the kind that only appears following a long ardent journey to a first Lombardi trophy, finally settles on the streets of Philadelphia, the city of brotherly love is once again quietly optimistic ahead of the new season.
Following yet another disappointing season and a somewhat questionable offseason even the most die-hard of Giants fans will have an unhealthy relationship with the optimism surrounding this team going into the new season.
Kyler Murray drops outside the top three in our NFL mock draft as defensive players lead the way.
The NFL Draft takes on added importance for the New York Giants having traded Odell Beckham Jr. to the Cleveland Browns.
When the news broke in early December that Philadelphia’s third year rising star quarterback Carson Wentz had suffered a stress fracture in his lower back, the same underdog title which the Eagles embraced so impeccably during the latter stages of the 2017 season, was once again being branded from the lips of NFL pundits and experts alike.