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Author: Patrick Lendon

The USFL’s Three Keys to Finding Success

Reading Time: 3 minutesThe USFL is returning after a decades-dormant hiatus. Can the league find success in the modern era? In 1982, the short-lived United States Football League was founded, lasting three seasons. Forty years later, the league has announced a return, restarting play in 2022. For football fans, this is exciting. Many have welcomed spring football, giving people more opportunities to watch the sport after Super Bowl Sunday. Sports fans are always amped for more football action, and fans will undoubtedly be excited for the USFL. The obstacles for the USFL are massive though, and generating long-term success...

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Discussing the Jameis Winston Signing

Reading Time: 2 minutesWhen the Saints signed Jameis Winston back in 2020, both sides knew what the deal was all about. The Saints understood they were getting a solid backup on a cheap deal, while Winston knew he had an opportunity to prove himself and compete for a future starting job. Winston came off one of the most perplexing and embarrassing seasons for a quarterback ever. Despite throwing for over 5,100 yards, Winston also became the first quarterback to ever throw for over 30 touchdowns and 30 interceptions in a season. As he was phased out of Tampa Bay,...

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Will Chargers QB Justin Herbert Take the Next Step in 2021?

Reading Time: 2 minutesWill Justin Herbert take the next step in 2021?    This seems to be the biggest question in the Chargers offseason.   The 6th overall pick out of Oregon had a stellar rookie campaign, putting up 4,336 yards, 31 Touchdowns, and just 10 Interceptions en-route to earning 2020 Rookie Offensive Player of the Year honors. Looking to add to his success, Herbert will have to take the next step in Los Angeles.    While the Chargers finished with a measly 7-9 record, many games were very close losses. The Chargers lost seven games by eight points...

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Navigating The Saints Salary Cap Situation – Staying Competitive in 2021

Reading Time: 4 minutesThe Saints have a major salary cap problem, and while it’s no easy fix, there isn’t a reason they should tank. -$79 Million is an abnormally large cap space hole. The Saints rank dead last in cap space among the 32 NFL teams, and no other team comes close (The Eagles are projected to be 31st at -$51.5M). Obviously this figure can change, but either way, the cap situation is a notable one. Naturally, there is a lot of work that New Orleans will need to get done to be under the cap, and some believe...

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