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The Last Hurrah: Jonathan Greenard

Jonathon Greenard continues to impress as his season comes to a bittersweet ending. The linebacker has risen up and looks to be a top prospect for the 2020 NFL draft. Steve Russell commented on how hard it is to cover the six-foot-three 260-pound linebacker when he comes around the edge …

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Alabama Will Try to Bounce Back Against WCU Despite Injuries

The Western Carolina Catamounts head to Tuscaloosa, Alabama, to take on the Crimson Tide at the Bryant-Denny Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The No. 5 Alabama Crimson Tide look to pick up a win against the Catamounts in their final home game. These two teams first met on the gridiron back …

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Browns moving forward in absence of Myles Garrett

After the brawl that spread throughout the sports world, the Browns’ defense is going to have to fill a large gap. Browns defensive end Myles Garrett hit Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph on the head with a helmet in Thursday night’s brawl. This led to an indefinite suspension for Garrett. …

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NFC teams that could make playoffs

With six weeks left in the NFL regular season, many fans are starting to look toward the playoffs. But in the NFC, there’s no six front runners set to move on. For lack of a better word, the NFC playoff picture looks like a mess.  There’s eight teams that could …

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Falcons Coach Dan Quinn Could Save His Job

The Atlanta Falcons haven’t been off to a great start this season under head coach Dan Quinn. They were 1-7 in their first 8 games, despite the team’s projection to compete for the NFC South title. Time In The NFL Quinn began his time as the 16th head coach for …

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Lamar Jackson Continues to Amaze

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is having an incredible season. This past Sunday he led the Ravens during their annihilation of the Texans by a score of 41-7. MVP Debate The second-year pro is looking like the new front-runner in the MVP debate. Russell Wilson and three-time MVP Tom Brady …

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AFC Playoff Picture Heats Up

Now that Week 11 of the NFL has come to an end, The AFC is tighter than it seems. With a lot of talent all around, the playoff picture in the AFC can change with only six weeks left in the regular season. With powerhouses like the Patriots and Ravens, …

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Pass Interference is a Bigger Problem Now in the NFL

In the Baltimore Ravens-Houston Texans game this past Sunday, there was a controversial play between DeAndre Hopkins and Marlon Humphrey. Hopkins went up to make a catch and Humphrey threw his body over top of Hopkins before the ball got there. No pass interference call. Texans Head Coach Bill O’Brien …

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Chiefs Outlast Chargers on MNF

It wasn’t pretty, but the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Los Angeles Chargers 24-17 last night to maintain their lead in the AFC West. Game Recap It was a sloppy game throughout the night as both offenses truly struggled to get anything going. Whether it was the stadium environment in …

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