Jimmy Garopollo’s Quarterbacking IQ

When it rains, it pours. After an abysmal first half of yesterday’s game, the San Francisco 49ers found themselves in a 35-10 hole going into the halftime locker room. Having to come back out and mount a comeback of historic proportions in arguably the loudest stadium in the NFL seemed all but a far-fetched dream. Yet, the 49ers were able to finally string up a … Continue reading Jimmy Garopollo’s Quarterbacking IQ

Big Risks In Cleveland.

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.

Transcendental Talent at #1?

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?

QB Controversy In Philly? Not Really.

It’s assumed that the Eagles are going to go back to Carson Wentz next season, I think there are many reasons why they will not.  Once healthy, they should strongly consider moving Wentz and also obtaining a quality backup for Foles.  Nick Foles won 3 playoffs games including the Super Bowl.  Foles was the Super Bowl MVP, so it wasn’t game manager performance, he led … Continue reading QB Controversy In Philly? Not Really.