With all the noise surrounding Drew Brees and his potential retirement, it has given us a chance to truly appreciate just what a supremely gifted quarterback he was.
It's the turn of the running backs as we look ahead to the 2021 NFL fantasy season. Star RBs are a key to fantasy football success - after looking at the best quarterbacks for 2021, we have ranked the premier options out of the backfield.
Two of the greatest quarterbacks of all time will take the field this weekend when the New Orleans Saints host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the Divisional Round of the NFL play-offs.
Stopping Alvin Kamara and disappointing Mitchell Trubisky. That's how the Chicago Bears can upset the New Orleans Saints in the NFC Wild Card Playoffs on Sunday.
So, this is a perfect time to try and see where he stands amongst the elite backs in the NFL. The closest and most natural comparison for Kamara is the Carolina Panthers’ workhorse, Christian McCaffrey. Both of these players are recognised for their fantastic work in the passing game, but they are also both very efficient runners. So, let’s take a look – Alvin Kamara vs Christian McCaffrey.
Reports of the Patriots' demise have been greatly exaggerated, especially when one considers their old-school beatdown of the Chargers in Week 13. Bill Belichick, the Patriots’ legendary coach, and resident evil genius, did what he always does before facing a rookie quarterback, he built him up in the press.
Per Adam Schefter on Twitter, the San Francisco 49ers have traded linebacker Kwon Alexander to the New Orleans Saints in exchange for a 5th round draft pick and linebacker Kiko Alonso.
New England cornerback Stephon Gilmore has recently been in the trade rumours and it might not be as crazy as you think.
Aaron Rodgers taking on Drew Brees would guarantee a shootout under normal circumstances. But in an NFL season stranger than most because of the impact of Covid-19, Week 3's meeting between two of the game's greatest quarterbacks on Sunday Night Football is likely to be determined by other players.
The 2020 NFL season is less than a week away and whilst every team has aspirations of getting to the Super Bowl, only two of them will achieve that dream. Here are four teams that have to be in ‘win now’ mode.
The Covid-19 pandemic has been the bane of life in 2020, with even the simplest of life’s pleasures being unceremoniously upended as the world has scrambled to limit its spread. As one such pleasure, sport has taken a big hit this year. In the name of public health and safety, competitions have been postponed and cancelled, crowds were expunged and replaced by canned noises over a PA system or television set, and a lot of revenue was lost for professional sports.
Where will Brandin Cooks end up?
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.
Emmanuel Sanders has put pen to paper on a 2 year, $16 million contract with the New Orleans Saints. Sanders' signing with the Saints comes after numerous rumours swirled of the veteran pass-catcher rejoining the San Francisco 49ers or signing in Big D with the Dallas Cowboys.
The playoff career of Drew Brees has just a solitary Super Bowl despite countless playoff games.