For seemingly the last time, both the AFC and NFC conferences sent six teams apiece to the post season in the 2019-20 season. As of the 2020-2021 campaign, the NFL playoffs will expand to 14 teams, one extra from each conference, as per the new collective bargaining agreement.
At the beginning of the new league year when free agency starts and players begin to switch teams, we allow ourselves to drift off into fantasy land.
This offseason has seen the 'QB Carousel' been turning more at an active pace than previous years. One such name upon the carousel is former Miami Dolphins and current Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
One of the most exciting, and unpredictable, elements of the NFL draft is when a franchise comes out of nowhere with a trade of draft picks in order to move up and grab a player they see as a game changer for their organisation. At the same time, other franchises see this as an opportunity to collect extra tickets in the draft lottery by moving down.
Unfortunately for fans around the world the 100th season of the NFL has come to an end and what a season it was. It’s now time for a pivotal offseason.
The Los Angeles Rams face a difficult decision entering this off season regarding their superstar running back Todd Gurley. Despite not being a free agent, Gurley’s production and role in the team has significantly reduced over the past season and a half, leaving many to wonder if he will be seeing the back of LA before the team moves into the brand new SoFi Stadium in September.
If he is to carry on, there is no doubt he will have options. Here's a look at a few of the teams who could use Rivers in 2020.
After the recent surprise announcement that Luke Kuechly has hung up his helmet, this brings up a big question. Where is the NFL going and where will this escalation in physical and mental demand stop?
Led by head coach Frank Reich, the Colts have a great coaching and support staff in place. Reich and GM Chris Ballard have led a roster makeover that looked to be propelling this team back into contention. Even with Andrew Luck now out of the picture, their is faith amongst all corners of staff that all is not lost.
Saturday night in Indianapolis treated us to much drama off the field but not the drama Colts fans ever wanted to hear.
Now we’ve had a week to chew on the 2019 NFL Draft, the big winners and the whimpering losers have emerged from the events that went down in Nashville. From all the pomp and ceremony of Day 1 where teams went looking for their next star, to Day 3 where the hunt took place for a late round steal; no stone was left un-turned by any franchise hoping to build a winning team.
The 2019 NFL Draft has come and gone with some teams transforming their rosters through shrewd picks and draft night trades. Who had the most success?
Kyler Murray drops outside the top three in our NFL mock draft as defensive players lead the way.
Indianapolis Colts overachieved in the 2018/19 NFL season, giving them a great platform to build on through the draft.