Week 1 is upon us, so you better read this fast and make your lineup adjustments before the 12 o’clock kickoff. Here’s some tips for who to play at QB (assuming you don’t have Peyton Manning or Aaron Rodgers, of course).
America can relax. The 2015 NFL Season is almost back. No more sitting through unfunny sitcoms, sub-par dramas, and 8322 baseball games to tide ourselves over. I don’t want to hype the preseason too much, because I know by week four we will be watching guys who are headed for a UPS warehouse or worse.
The Philadelphia Eagles had an active offseason to say the least. There was a point in time where the football watching world though head coach Chip Kelly had gone absolutely insane, beginning with sending franchise running back LeSean McCoy to the Buffalo Bills in exchange for linebacker Kiko Alonso.
The San Diego Chargers had a pretty quiet offseason after their 9-7 finish in 2014. Really if it weren’t for the whole Philip Rivers for Marcus Mariota trade offer, people outside of California may have forgotten about the team all together.
After months of mock drafts we finally got to the real thing. I lost count of the number of mock drafts by all the NFL insiders after just a few weeks of their constant shuffling of their predictions. Now the 2015 NFL Draft has come and gone so teams have to live with the realities of the choices they made in their so called war rooms.
The 2015 NFL draft is here as we sit less than 24 hours from the announcement of the first overall pick from Roger Goodell. While some may still wonder who that pick will be it sounds more and more likely that player will be Jameis Winston out of Florida State.
In less than a week, all eyes (at least those of rabid NFL fans) will fall upon the Auditorium Theater in Chicago for the annual selection of the best college football players available. The 2015 NFL Draft will take place outside of New York City for the first time since 1965