The NFL draft is over and the Cleveland Browns made some risky moves in the first round. Many were thinking, including myself, Browns walk away with Josh Allen and Bradley Chubb or Sam Darnold and Quenton Nelson. Instead the highly respected talent evaluators, Scot McCloughan and John Dorsey, chose CB Denzel Ward (who I do like very much) and Baker Mayfield. The Browns may have … Continue reading Big Risks In Cleveland.
Who will draft Denzel Ward and will he slide into the top 10? Many publications have the former Ohio State CB as the top corner in the draft. It’s going to be a great draft with excellent safeties, but admittedly the CB crop is not elite. Ward is. The knock on Ward is his size, an inch or two shorter than 6 feet and about … Continue reading The Shutdown Corner
The first six years of this decade cemented the legacy of Buster Posey, Bruce Bochy, Madison Bumgarner, and many of the San Francisco Giants as they won 3 World Series and threatened yearly. The time has come for them to turn the page and not end up in the predicament the Philadelphia Phillies found themselves earlier in the decade. If they aren’t careful, Brian Sabean … Continue reading Time For A Rebuild In San Francisco
Don’t be fooled by the seemingly successful season for the San Antonio Spurs this season. It’s the end of the line for a great run that started with the drafting of the once in a generation talent, Tim Duncan. As usual, the general sports media (better known as the sports MSM doesn’t want to notice and doesn’t want the public to notice either). There is … Continue reading Spurs Dulled in San Antonio, Media Doesn’t Notice.
Now that the Dez Bryant, the Cowboys star, phase is over what options does Bryant have now? Many sites are already listing locations for him to go, with no concern over cap issues or fit issues. Bryant must choose wisely, this next move could help cement his legacy and possibly lead him to Canton or it could be a money move that leads him to … Continue reading What Next For Dez Bryant?
We all know the Browns have the first pick in the upcoming draft and we all have heard about Darnold, Rosen, Barkley, and others being the top choice. Many top scouts think there could be two “once in a generation talent” in this draft which will make this draft extraordinary. That’s Barkley and Josh Allen. Everyone knows about Saquon Barkley, especially since he went to … Continue reading Transcendental Talent at #1?
There was no St. Patrick’s Day luck in Boston this year, Kyrie is hurt. Celtics are saying there is no structural damage in his left knee, but at the same time Danny Ainge has mentioned off-season surgery some time in the future for Irving, keep in mind it’s the same knee Irving had surgery on in 2015. Whatever they are saying, either way he is … Continue reading No Luck Of The Irish In Boston – Celtics