Last year’s NFL season was filled with great, young talent. The youth that the NFL shows us now is a more fun and fast-paced game, drawing in more viewers than ever before, especially from the United Kingdom. The rookies put on quite a show for us football fans last year, but who can keep it going for their second year?
The New Orleans Saints had a bevy of young talent, including the Defensive and Offensive Rookie of the Year, Marshon Lattimore and Alvin Kamara, respectively. Read Full Article Here!
The quarterbacks that have declared for the NFL draft this year show a vast array of skills. Some are obvious scramblers comparable to Vick and Newton, but others seem to be dual-threat deep passers like Luck or Manziel, and yet some seem to be pocket passers like Manning or Brady. The variety of quarterbacks leads to tough choices for teams who are trying to find the correct fit for their system. The top five quarterbacks of the draft show much promise but there is still mystery surrounding each one. See The List Here!
The Browns have began utilizing their plethora of cap space by trading two draft picks for star wide-receiver Jarvis Landry (the Dolphins seem to have a problem trading great players for draft picks, sorry Jay Ajayi) and the acquisition of Tyrod Taylor. The Browns have slowly built the core of their roster through the draft in recent years, and they may be able to put together a good football team with their two early first round picks this year. Read Full Article Here
The biggest news surrounding NFL free agency this year is by far the future destination of franchise QB Kirk Cousins. Most people, including myself, didn’t think Cousins would ever leave Washington, but as the off-season has continued, determining where Cousins will go is a topic everyone has been discussing. Plenty of teams could benefit by adding Cousins to their roster. By throwing for over 4,000 yards last year, along with 27 touchdowns and just 13 interceptions, Cousins has shown the league that he is an elite quarterback, and with the proper weapons could turn any team around (yes, even the Browns). Read Full Article Here!
Johnny Football has been on “break” from the NFL. Since his last game with the Browns, he made himself into not only a better athlete but also better person. It’s #ComebackSZN as Manziel affectionately refers to as his attempt to rejoin the NFL. As a fan of Manziel at A&M and a Ohio native, Manziel seemed liked the savior Cleveland needed. In the Super Bowl Era, the Browns have never been a good team, but they came closest to their best during Manziel’s reign. Johnny Football was given a talent from above that has yet to be matched by any college player. Johnny is the only player to receive the Heisman Trophy as a Freshman and his impressive ability to make plays out of thin-air is unreal. Also his physical speed, strength, and decision-making were amazing to watch. After the Browns drafted the best quarterback to come out of college, everything fell apart in the life of Manziel. Read Full Article Here!