Speak Out and Don’t Dribble?

Recently Kyrie Irving spoke out against the NBA returning at the end of July. The Nets point-guard held a call with over 80 NBA and WNBA players expressing how he believes players should skip the NBA return in order to show their support for social justice. Now, this is the same guy who legitimately thinks that the earth is flat. That is really enough said … Continue reading Speak Out and Don’t Dribble?

Joe Douglas is Our Savior, Jets Fans

Well Jets fans, if we ever had any doubt about Joe Douglas as our GM, those doubts were erased after the 2020 NFL Draft. Douglas’s background in the regime’s of such well respected GM’s as Ozzie Newsome of the Ravens and Howie Roseman of the Eagles was demonstrated each day of the draft. Sooner rather than later, Joe Douglas will be recognized as one of … Continue reading Joe Douglas is Our Savior, Jets Fans

The Biggest Steal of the NFL Draft

Xavier McKinney was originally a top 15 projected draft pick in this years 2020 draft. Fortunately for the Giants, the hard hitting Alabama safety dropped all the way into the second round which allowed the Giants to draft him with the 36th overall pick. Even the Giants themselves weren’t expecting to have the chance to draft McKinney, but when the opportunity presented itself they knew … Continue reading The Biggest Steal of the NFL Draft

Projecting the Impact of Denzel Mims in 2020

With the 59th overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, the New York Jets selected Denzel Mims, the senior wide receiver out of Baylor. Mims had been generating first round buzz after putting up a sub-4.40 40 yard dash at the NFL Scouting Combine in February, as a 6 foot 3, 207 pound player with elite athleticism. Many mock drafts had him pegged to the … Continue reading Projecting the Impact of Denzel Mims in 2020