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The Sleeper NFL Rookie of the Year Candidate

Reading Time: 3 minutesIn a league dominated by QBs, it is a near guarantee that one wins the Offensive Rookie of the Year award. While Trevor Lawrence and Zach Wilson are clearly the favorites going in, there are several other players who may get their chance to go after the award such as, Mac Jones, Trey Lance, or Justin Fields. However, in my analytics, I have found one QB who may surprise everyone, and take home the Offensive Rookie of the Year trophy for himself:  Houston Texans QB, Davis Mills. Davis Mills is a former starting quarterback for the...

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Looking at NFL Coaches on the Hot Seat

Reading Time: 5 minutes It’s not even December yet, but it’s not too early to look at what teams should be doing in the offseason. A handful of teams have already pretty much given up on their seasons and they are looking towards the offseason.I’ve always been someone who believes that teams should always move on from players and coaches earlier than others because this league waits for no one. Not firing a coach on time could set back their team’s rebuild by a year or two. Here are some of the coaches that I believe should and shouldn’t...

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Three Takeaways: Kansas City Chiefs TNF Win Against Houston Texans

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Kansas City Chiefs and Houston Texans kicked off the NFL season with a thrilling Thursday Night Football matchup. The defending champion Chiefs came away with a 34-20 victory of the Texans. Here are some of the biggest takeaways of the game. Chiefs’ rookies impressed  The Chiefs have one of the most talented rosters in the NFL with stars on both sides of the ball. During the offseason they got even better through the draft. Two selections, Clyde Edwards-Helaire and L’jarius Sneed immediately impressed in their debuts. Despite getting a heavy workload, Edwards-Helaire ran for 138...

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Explaining the Deandre Hopkins Trade: Full Breakdown

Reading Time: 2 minutesDeandre Hopkins has just been traded to the Arizona Cardinals, along with a 4th round pick, for RB David Johnson, a 2nd round pick, and a 2021 4th round pick. Reports suggest that the trade was inevitable, as Houston was not looking to extend Hopkins’ deal, after his current 3 Year / $40M expires. Bill O’Brien was looking for suitors throughout the whole combine, and clearly waited for the Cardinals to make a decision on RB’s Kenyan Drake, and David Johnson. Here’s what this blockbuster trade means for the NFL For the Cardinals, this is a...

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