Arizona Diamondbacks

Three dark horses to win the 2020 World Series

In the eyes of many MLB fans, and even experts, this year's World Series winner will not be the undisputed champion that it usually is. The shortened 2020 campaign - starting on July 23rd - will feature just 60 games per team, which is nearly a third of the normal 162 games. There's always been a reason why baseball teams play such an unprecedented number of games. A smaller number of games would resemble an outcome too situational to determine a rightful champion.
Green Bay Packers

Green Bay Packers will regret their first-round draft pick

Arguably the biggest surprise of the first round of the 2020 NFL draft was the Green Bay Packers Packers selecting Utah State star quarterback Jordan Love. Unlike the other clubs seeking a playmaker in the first round, Green Bay isn’t looking for a new one just yet. Aaron Rodgers, in addition to being an all-time great, is still holding strong among the league’s best.
NFL

Film Study: Denzel Mims will be the steal of the 2020 NFL Draft

The NFL Draft is quickly approaching. One of the most essential things about this year's unique draft is the loaded class at wide receiver that it provides. Without any doubt, CeeDee Lamb, Jerry Jeudy, and Henry Ruggs are bound to all land inside the top 15 with many teams in need for a prolific wideout. However, the evaluations past those three future stars are much less consistent.
Minnesota Vikings

Minnesota Vikings cut Rhodes, Joseph: aftermath and possible CB tandems

The sports world might be in a state of a shutdown but NFL business never stops. Even on a Wednesday in mid-March, 5 days before the (scheduled) start of free agency across the National Football League. Despite a bunch of clubs emptying their facilities, the Minnesota Vikings were one of the few to make moves as they cut CB Xavier Rhodes and DT Linval Joseph, freeing up approximately $19 million in cap space.… Read more

Los Angeles Chargers

How can the Los Angeles Chargers build a contender in 2020?

The Los Angeles Chargers had everything scrambled and mixed up in their contradicting 2019 campaign. More often than not, they put on quality on-field performances during the NFL regular season. Yet, they just couldn't get the job done en route to a 5-11 record and 4th place in AFC West, missing the playoff one year after reaching the Divisional Round.