By Griffin Hill
30. Cincinnati Reds (7-21) Original Ranking- 21
The Reds’ record is terrible and Bryan Price was fired last Thursday morning… not much going for the boys in Cincinnati… poor Joey Votto.
29. Miami Marlins (9-18) Original Ranking – 30
Pitiful, pitiful pitiful… nothing to see here. I hope all 8 season ticket holders enjoy the long season. See The Final 28 Here!
By Oliver Mauntel
The 2018 NFL Draft may be the most volatile draft in recent years. Unlike past years, there is no clear cut top pick. The decision the Browns make with the first pick will set the tone for the remainder of the first round. It is presumed that Cleveland will select a quarterback with the first pick, but who? For each of the top 10 picks, I have listed who I believe each team should pick, and why. This isn’t a projection of what I think each team will do, but what I think each team should do. Read Full Article Here
By Thomas Jeffrey
In the blink of an eye spring football has come to a close. Now college football fans will have to wait until the summer and fall camp to feel the excitement for the upcoming season. However, there is much to analyze from the spring games of some of the nation’s top programs and the aspect that will be under the microscope the most will undoubtedly be the quarterback battles.
The most intriguing quarterback battle belongs to the Alabama Crimson Tide, the defending national champions.Everyone knows the narrative. Read Full Article Here!
By Thomas Jeffrey
The NFL Draft is next week, which means that the former college football stars will see their dreams come true. That also means that speculation is at an all-time high. Who will the Browns take with their top pick? What trades will be made? Will a running back be drafted first? It is hard to answer those questions, but here are three things to expect on the evening of the 26th.
This year’s draft class is stacked with quarterbacks. And a lot of them will be gone early. The most popular quarterbacks throughout the college season in terms of NFL potential were USC’s Sam Darnold, UCLA’s Josh Rosen, and Wyoming’s Josh Allen. Read Full Article Here!