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Chicago Bears Looking Like Surprise Team for 2018 NFL Season

The NFC North is stacked with talent from the top all the way to the bottom. The Minnesota Vikings, Green Bay Packers, and Detroit Lions appear to be poised once again to make some noise in the Black and Blue division. However, very little is being said about the Chicago Bears who made some major personnel adjustments this offseason. If I started to describe a team who had a strong
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It’s Hard Not to Cheer for Both the Celtics and Cavaliers in the Conference Finals

We have become spoiled by the NBA finals being filled with transcendent superstars and All-Star laden "superteams". It's easy to just assume that the Warriors with their All-Star line up have already secured another Championship and that neither the Rockets nor either of the teams from the East have a chance to stop them anytime soon. However, both the Celtics and Cavaliers have already overcome great odds and turned in
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Ranking the Top Quarterbacks of the 2018 Draft Based on the Teams and Scenarios they Landed in

6. Josh Allen ~ Buffalo Bills This may surprise some people because of the fact that Buffalo just made the playoffs last season. However, this team overachieved in a week AFC conference that was represented by three surprise teams in the postseason and was led by Tyrod Taylor who is no longer on the roster. Taylor was replaced by a very inexperienced A.J. McCarron and rookie Josh Allen who the
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The Browns Have Talent to Win in 2018…But Chemistry Could Be a Major Issue

Now that future Hall Of Fame left tackle Joe Thomas has retired, the Browns are left in the hands of a diverse blend of young and newly acquired players who will be responsible for turning this franchise around. That seems like a dangerous but somewhat intruiging scenario. If I told you that the best player on a team who had won four games in the last three years had been
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Aaron Rodgers gets Randy Moss-like weapon in Equanimeous St. Brown in the Sixth Round

It's not often you can snag a first round talent near the end of the NFL draft but the Packers managed to do exactly that on Sunday evening. Yes, St. Brown struggled in his junior year under a scheme that was built around a running attack led by an inconsistent passer. However, his sophomore year at Notre Dame, under current Packer backup DeShone Kizer, is a truer example of what
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Seattle Seahawks May Have Made the Impact Pick of the Draft by Selecting Rashaad Penny 27th Overall

The Seahawks shocked the sports world ladt night by reaching for a running back on day one that some experts had projected as late as the fifth round. Yes, it may have been a gamble in the eyes of the critics but Penny has the exact tools the Seahawks offense is missing to get themselves back toward the top of the league. Seattle's offense became very pedestrian when they lost
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Five Players From the First Round of the 2018 Draft Who Landed on the Perfect Teams for Immediate Success

1. Bradley Chubb ~ Denver Broncos Chubb was regarded by many as the top player in this year's draft class and would have been a good fit on almost any team who chose to select him. What makes Denver special, is that this pick should be mutually beneficial to both sides. The Broncos should get immediate production from one of the most freakish pass rushers in the draft, and Chubb
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Five Quarterbacks Could be Selected in the First Round of this Year’s Draft…What a Waste

Most experts and analysts will tell you that drafting quarterbacks with a high pick is important because offensive signal callers are the most vital piece to building a winning franchise. Yet, history tells us the exact opposite; Tom Brady, the passer with the most rings was drafted in the sixth round. Joe Montana was drafted in the third round, and yes, Terry Bradshaw was drafted number one overall but even
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NFL Draft: Six Prospects Who Fit the Evolving Style of Play in the League

1. Quenton Nelson "I want to dominate all my opponents and take their will away to play the game by each play finishing them past the whistle." An offensive lineman will never be considered a sexy pick in the NFL draft but Nelson comes as close as anyone ever could to changing that concept. He's straight nasty and brings terror to any defensive line who is targeting his quarterback or
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2018 NFL Mock Draft: Browns Pass On QB, Tab DE Chubb At No.1

1. Cleveland Browns Bradley Chubb, DE, N.C. State The Browns have been busy making moves to shore up the offensive side of the ball through trades and free agency but have done little to strengthen their defensive squad. Bradley Chubb gives them a freakish talent with a nonstop motor and high upside. He would be a great bookend for last year's number one selection Myles Garrett. 2. New York Giants