NFL Draft time is almost here again and the New York Jets find themselves in a familiar position, with a high pick.
After researching mock drafts for months, we think we know what to expect, but as we’ve seen countless times before, teams often surprise us.
I think it’s safe to say defensive coordinator Matt Patricia is going to have a lot of fun this year.
Depending on who you ask, some Giants fans will tell you that they felt like last season was a success, but others will tell you the opposite.
NFL teams, the media and fans overplay its importance and fall into the trap of emphasizing the wrong things with regards to young, up-and-coming players.
Unfortunately, the 2009 AFC Defensive Player of the Year has showed signs of regression and appeared incapable of defending some of the league’s top young receivers.
As New England commences its “Blitz for Six” next season behind two all-time greats, they will likely have some holes to fill and newcomers to integrate.
After over a decade as the franchise quarterback of America’s team, Tony Romo was benched this past season in favor of rookie Dak Prescott.
It was a tale of two halves on Super Bowl Sunday as Matt Ryan and the Falcons squared off against Tom Brady and the Patriots.