It might not have been pretty, but the Packers are still contenders.
For that was reflective of the man who did it; it was special.
The tight end position has become increasingly important in the NFL, a centre piece of innovation and creativity used by offensive minds across the league to try and gain another advantage over their defensive counterparts. As a result, teams are looking more and more to upgrade at the position and with free agency looming, we take a look at one of the names set to garner huge interest on the market: Austin Hooper.
In 2017 Aaron Judge broke out in the Bronx, smashing an AL rookie record 52 homers en route to the Rookie of The Year award - with some also believing that he was deserving of the MVP award too.
How competitive will the Cards be in 2020?
It's the turn of the Chicago Cubs as we preview the 2020 MLB season...
The NL West has been somewhat of a procession in recent years, with the Los Angeles Dodgers winning seven straight division titles. The chasing pack this year is led by the Arizona Diamondbacks, who are trying to return to the postseason after a two year absence.
There's an air of optimism north of the border for 2020 and with good reason. The Toronto Blue Jays are on the up and with some new additions to their roster, there is a belief that this team is trending upwards in the AL East.
In 2019, the Tampa Bay Rays posted a 96-66 record and clinched a wild card spot in the process. It was a huge stride in the right direction for a team with a young core, so there is excitement as the team head into the 2020 season.
2019 was a bad year for the Boston Red Sox and it got progressively worse as it went on. A year after storming to a World Series title in one of the greatest seasons in franchise history, they dropped from 108 wins to a mediocre 84 and missed the playoffs altogether.
The Yankees have been knocking on the door for three years running and they now have reason to believe that they will succeed in 2020, in large part due to one addition to the roster.
In March, free agency officially begins and while some teams spend big and strike gold, others will swing for the fences and miss completely. On that note, here are my five biggest free agent flops of the last twenty years.
After finishing the 2017 season at a respectable 9-7, the Detroit Lions general manager Bob Quinn declared somewhat bluntly to the press that this was below the level expected of the franchise, resulting in the firing of head coach Jim Caldwell. In four years at Ford Field, Caldwell led the team to three winning seasons and two playoff appearances. He finished as one of only two coaches in the team's history to have a winning record.
Following the parting of ways with head coach Ron Rivera and then the shock retirement of Luke Kuechly, the Carolina Panthers made it clear that they are in rebuild mode by officially announcing that they will be moving on without Greg Olsen too, after nine years with the tight end.
On the second day of the second month and in his second Super Bowl as a head coach, Andy Reid won his 222nd game and in doing so clinched his first Lombardi Trophy. Turns out that second time's a charm for Big Red.