After a disappointing first half of the 2020 season, why is there still so much for the Patriots to be excited about as the team evaluates its future?
If 2020 is any indication, there may be another big-time NFL rivalry brewing between the Baltimore Ravens and Tennessee Titans.
If Daniel Jones can live up to that potential like he showcased as a rookie, there’s no reason why he couldn’t evolve into a top-tier NFL quarterback.
Kyler Murray and the Cardinals are living up to the hype in 2020, and it could be a problem for the rest of the NFL.
In 2020, the AFC East’s top contender isn’t Bill Belichick’s New England Patriots. It’s Sean McDermott’s Buffalo Bills.
It could turn out to be the team’s best decision of the year. But, at first glance, Antonio Brown signing with the Buccaneers seems like a disaster waiting to happen.
Take a look at some of the biggest names that were forced out of action due to the injury bug that ran through the NFL, varying from season-ending injuries to unknown timetables that could last weeks or months.
Instead of jumping to conclusions, let’s evaluate some of the biggest and most common overreactions to come to light following the first week of the 2020 NFL season.
There are more teams in the NFL that have gone back-to-back as Super Bowl champions than those without an appearance on the NFL’s biggest stage. But, why does it still seem like such a massive feat to pull off a repeat?
Some MLB and NBA players aren’t alone in their decisions to step away from their respective games for the 2020 season due to COVID-19, as numerous names across the NFL voiced their concerns and opted out before training camp began.
Luckily for Washington’s NFL franchise, there are plenty of sports teams that have gone through name changes, and can serve as a basis for Washington to follow.
When the 2020 NFL season starts, the league will have had the most time out of any to work on safety measures and contingency plans due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Midway through the month of July, EA Sports began to release ratings for “Madden NFL 21,” starting with the “99 Club.”
The NFL is back in the sporting news cycle as the league’s owners approve a proposed collective bargaining agreement, putting the ball in the NFL Players Association’s court ahead of … Continue Reading As the NFL debates changes to its season, what elements could the league borrow from the XFL?