As the NFL regular season comes to a close, we take a look at who had the best rookie seasons and Tyler ranks his favourite Rookie of the Year Candidates from a highly anticipated 2020 Draft Class.
Alex Smith is a great quarterback. He's not merely a game-manager, nor simply a heart-warming and miraculous comeback story.
This year may have produced an even better third-round find for the Burgundy and Gold. Antonio Gibson was the 66th player taken back in April, and he's already looking like a lock to be named NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year.
Chase Young was supposed to be the first building block of a new era for the Washington Football Team. Ron Rivera took one look at Young wrecking offenses for Ohio State and saw Julius Peppers mark II.
That will be the common consensus surrounding the Washington Football Team. A new Head Coach with complete control over personnel decisions should signal a change of direction and an usher in an overhaul of the organisational culture that has clouded the reputation of the much-maligned franchise from D.C.
The 2020 NFL season is quickly approaching the opening day of the season where the Kansas City Chiefs will host the Houston Texans.
Which teams enjoyed the best first round?
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.
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.
As the 2019/20 NFL year moves towards the postseason, for many teams out of playoff contention the focus becomes not the Super Bowl, but the NFL draft.
With the NFL trade deadline rapidly approaching, time is running out for some of the premier NFL talent on the trade block to move on to pasture's new. At the forefront is Washington Redskins left tackle Trent Williams.
A record of 5-11 seems the best bet, which likely puts them at either third or fourth place in the NFC East.
With the 2019 NFL Draft long done and the initial wave of free agency signings completed, it's slim pickings for franchises seeking upgrades to their rosters. Despite the adversity, there is certainly some value to be found. Whether it's a seasoned veteran to bulk up the defensive line, or a complimentary piece for the backfield.
The 2019 NFL Draft was filled with shock picks and drama across the weekend. Draft reaction from New England Patriots to the Washington Redskins is here.