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Taking A Look Back At Last Season’s NFL Headlines

Reading Time: 2 minutes The 2020 NFL offseason was filled with tons of unprecedented headlines many never thought would never happen. From Brady and Gronk leaving the Patriots to other stars like Jamal Adams, DeAndre Hopkins, and Stefon Diggs all being traded, this offseason was filled with crazy transactions. With these moves come big headlines and bold predictions, and as we enter the midway point of the season I’d like to go back and review how some of these headlines are making out.Tom Brady to Tampa has worked out great so far, although many (myself included) had their doubts....

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NFL Fantasy Week 4: Start ‘Em or Sit ‘Em

Reading Time: 2 minutesStart ‘Em: QB Joe Burrow (CIN) Burrow has lit it up through three weeks, however has been held back by his offensive line. Burrow plays a decent Jacksonville defense, which is likely his easiest matchup so far this year. Burrow is still looking for his first win, and might find it with a big performance vs the Jags. RB Austin Ekeler (LAC) Ekeler has heated up ever since Herbert took over at QB for LA. Ekeler has regained his magic from last season, and is raking in the touches and receptions. Ekeler can destroy teams through...

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Joe Burrow: Why I Believe He is Overrated

Reading Time: 2 minutesBurrow was a solid pick but there were really no other options for the Bengals due to the injury concerns of Tua Tagovailoa. In my opinion, it is too good to be true. Joe Burrow was not even projected to get drafted at the start of the 2019 season. So you are telling me that out of nowhere, this guy has one good season and everyone believes he is a superstar? To me, that is just too hard to believe which is why I feel Burrow will not be successful in the league. I believe that...

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Looking Back On Joe Burrow’s Wild Career Path

Reading Time: 2 minutesJoe Burrow was a great athlete as a kid, playing mainly football and basketball. Joe’s football coaches explained how he was originally on the defensive side of the ball until one of his teammates got injured, and Joe took the job. His coaches said that he was super smart on the field, so smart they were running the shotgun formation in elementary school. Joe pursued football all throughout his high school career and came out as a 4-star, dual-threat quarterback. On May 27, 2014, Joe committed to Ohio State University. He played at Ohio State for...

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