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NFL Half-Season MVP Power Rankings

Reading Time: 4 minutesEight weeks have come and gone in the 2020 NFL season and we are just about halfway to the playoffs. We’ve seen our fair share of surprises in the undefeated Steelers and 2-5 Patriots, but also things we expected in the 0-8 Jets. But in terms for the chase for Most Valuable Player — it’s mostly guys we expected to see. The crowded and talent-filled race has certainly changed from what we saw early on in the forefront of the season. Halfway through the season, here are the current MVP power rankings: Honorable Mentions: Alvin Kamara, Dalvin...

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Aaron Rodgers To The Bears: Thanks, But No Thanks

Reading Time: 3 minutesRecently, sports media mouths such as Brett Favre and just recently Max Kellerman, have been hinting and embracing Aaron Rodgers’ would-be decision to join the Chicago Bears. After the Packers elected to use their first round pick to further the process of moving Rodgers out of town, when they drafted QB Jordan Love. At first glance, what’s there not to love? You have an all-decade, or even all-time great wanting to get revenge on his own team for doing him dirty, by joining a rival and certain Super Bowl contender.  Why, the love at first sight for...

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Why Kyle Shanahan’s Gameplan is Helping the Bears

Reading Time: 2 minutesIn the 2019-20 season, the Green Bay Packers’ defense was surprisingly very strong in the pass defense category. Green Bay’s defense placed in the top half of the league in any metric you could find. But like most game plans in the league, a team member at some point in time will exploit those play schemes that held strong for so long. In the Cowboys and 49ers’ cases, this staple of play schemes held true.  Jason Garrett and the Dallas Cowboys launched a beautiful attack that was meant to bait the Packers into a cover one...

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2020 Fantasy Football Bust: Aaron Jones

Reading Time: < 1 minuteAaron Jones is one of the strongest candidates for regression this season. When predicting busts at the RB position, I usually look at the player’s touchdown dependency, consistency, injury history, and competition in the relative backfield. Obviously, a lot of running backs struggle with a few of the above categories and aren’t busts. However, when a player has three or four strikes against them, the odds of that player having an underwhelming season go up dramatically. Aaron Jones has a strike against him in every category listed above. Jones is obviously extremely talented, but there’s...

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