Offensive Player of the Week- Josh Allen, QB Buffalo Bills Josh Allen was nothing short of spectacular on Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers. His stellar game started off early, when backed up on his own two yard line, he slung a deep ball with ease to speedy receiver Gabriel Davis, who did the rest and... Continue Reading →
NFL Awards: Week Four Edition
Offensive Player of the Week- TJ Hockenson, TE Detroit Lions Although it came in a loss, TJ Hockenson had the best game of his professional career thus far. The Lions tight end hauled in eight passes for 179 yards and two touchdowns in easily the game of the week, where Detroit fell just short of... Continue Reading →
The Steelers Have Nothing to Lose: It’s Time to Start Kenny Pickett
After three games, the Pittsburgh Steelers continue to have struggles on offense, and something needs to change to make this team watchable again. This offseason, the team attempted to address the offense by bringing in veteran free agents in an effort to improve the much-maligned offensive line. As for the quarterback position, they brought in... Continue Reading →
NFL Awards: Week Three Edition
Offensive Player of the Week- Lamar Jackson, QB Baltimore Ravens Lamar Jackson could’ve been my offensive player of the week last week, but Tua ripped that away from him by tossing the game-winner and his sixth touchdown. This week, Lamar left no doubt. While he didn’t put up a huge amount of passing yards (218),... Continue Reading →
Tom Brady: There Will Never Be Another
Tom Brady retired today, and Ryan, who throws darts at a picture of his face, is sad about it.
Ryan’s Regrettable 2021 NFL Picks: Week One
You wanna see a grown man post his picks with Orange Cassidy-esque passion and effort?
Predicting the NFL Division Champions: AFC Edition (2021)
Ryan takes a stab at which AFC teams will take home a division title in 2021.
Contenders and Pretenders: Optimism Season Edition
Ryan rips apart NFL.com's top ten, determining who has Super dreams and who's just super dreaming.
Predicting Every First-Round Pick’s Career (2021)
Every year, football fans go nuts over draft grades, and way-too-early NFL mock drafts. Truthfully, we shouldn't be grading draft classes until at least a few years after the drafts actually happen, but these articles draw a ton of clicks every single time, so how could we as journalists possibly resist? But to that end,... Continue Reading →
The Pro Football Hall of Fame Needs To Be More Exclusive
Okay, okay, enough Hall of Fame talk. Ryan thinks too many people get in because they don't actually check these three boxes.