The Dominance Watching Khalil Mack play against opposing offenses is reminiscent of how the Juggernaut would wreak havoc on the x-men by mixing a combination of size and speed the x-men where most often not prepared for. When quarterbacks face this guy they know coming into the game it is going to be a long […]Read more
WHY I HAD TO LEARN THE NFL RULES
by Tiffany Lott – editor of Layton Turner’s A Writer’s Journey blog. When my husband and I first married, I knew he had some hobbies, such as hunting and working like a madman, but little did I know that deep down inside, a passion for football was scratching its way to the surface. He’d played […]Read more
ALVIN KAMARA: NFL’S MOST DANGEROUS
Alvin Kamara NFL’s best player Alvin Kamara might be the best player in the NFL. If you watched the first Saints game this season you saw how much of an impact Kamara makes with every touch of the football. It doesn’t matter if he is catching the ball out of the backfield or splitting out […]Read more
PATRICK MAHOMES: WHOS YOUR HOMMIE?
Patrick Mahomes the NFL’s Soul Brother Who’s your hommie? It’s got to be Patrick the magician Mahomes with the football styling, failing and profiling. I watched some of the most entertaining plays over the last year with my brother from another mother, lighting up the defense time after time. with a lack of defense, his […]Read more
THE RISE OF THE MOBILE QB
The Mobile QB Misunderstanding Until now the mobile QB was thought to be a curse. Games where won from the pocket so if your QB couldn’t win by taking three step drops and taking hits from opposing lineman then you didn’t have your franchise QB yet. The problem with that mindset was not that mobile […]Read more
JAY GRUDEN LAME DUCK SEASON
Jay Gruden Initial Hype When Jay Gruden arrived in Washington D.C. he was billed as a offensive guru for his days as an arena football head coach and he made smart hires by hiring Kyle Shanahan. It seemed as if when they got RG3 and designed and offense around him they were going to be […]Read more
IS DAK THE NEW TOM BRADY?
Dak’s Progression Whenever you hear sports reporters talk about Dak Prescott you normally get the same comments from a former player, and that is that Dak is an average quarterback. The general consensus is that if he was any good then the cowboys would have already won the Superbowl. The thing is like another later […]Read more
CHRISTIAN MCCAFFREY: THE UNICORN
The Traditional Running Back The traditional big time running back over the last ten years has been a running back that normally stands around 6 foot to 6-2 and weighs between 215 and 230 pounds. These traditional running backs like Ezekiel Elliot and Saquan Barkley have that kind of size with 4.4 and under speed. […]Read more