Looking ahead to the major NFL awards for the 2021 regular season.
With win total discussion everywhere, we've taken a shot at some predictions.
Justifying the boldest of NFL predictions.
Each team in the AFC East has something to look forward to.
Predicting the 2021 NFL Draft.
Remembering the biggest first overall pick successes in NFL Draft history.
At this stage of his career, it doesn’t appear likely that Bell will be receiving the multi year contract offers he sought while in Pittsburgh. He’ll likely be limited to one year, incentive laden deals for teams looking to bring in a complimentary back. Which franchises could be interested in kicking the tires on the two time All-Pro?
The wide receiver pool is getting a lot of hype, but someone who should be on the radar of as many teams as anybody is tight end Hunter Henry.
Still, as free agency approaches, Watt has a few weeks to observe other teams, chat to them, and find the fit best for him, so where does it make sense for him to land?
Our early previews of the 2021 fantasy football season take us to the elite wide receivers. Having already looked at the best NFL fantasy quarterbacks, tight ends and running backs, we are turning our attention to the five best wide receivers for the 2021 season.
What do general manager Brandon Beane and McDermott need to do this offseason?
So, you could say it worked out for both teams perfectly. Kansas City got one of the best quarterbacks to ever play the game judging by his start, and the Bills got a lockdown corner and their franchise quarterback who could also possibly go down as a great.
Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills face a daunting task knocking off the defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs whether or not Patrick Mahomes plays in this Sunday's AFC Championship Game.
After leaving Miami with the Lombardi trophy and the Super Bowl MVP award in hand, Patrick Mahomes signed a lucrative $500 million contract with the Chiefs. The stage was set - Mahomes is going to outright dominate not only the NFL but the quarterback conversation for the next fifteen years.
It’s been a long season, in more ways than one. Not only have NFL players been subjected to strict protocol and testing with regards to COVID-19—it’s been tough for fantasy football managers to keep track of who’s in and who’s out, and who’s playing when.