The Falcons boast arguably the top receiving unit in the league, Panthers’ Christian McCaffrey could hit the 1,000-rushing/1,000-receiving mark this year and the Saints have a top-five secondary. Do Bruce Arians‘s Buccaneers have any chance competing?
Cowboys have depth at WR and OL, but TE and S might pose issues, the Giants’ QB job is Eli Manning’s until he loses it, Eagles’ Carson Wentz is setting up for a big bounceback season and Washington may low-key have the most offseason drama of any team.
Eric Reid and other Colin Kaepernick allies have had strong words for Jay-Z. But lost in it all is Reid’s willingness to be patient, because he knows the rapper’s history in the social justice arena, and because he recognizes this might create one last chance for a Kaepernick return to football.
He has chosen to play the 2019 season on an expiring deal, and now he’s put his house on the market. Combined with his comments and actions over the past couple years, it all adds up to a power play by the GOAT.
He’s mocked analytics, selected a polarizing QB of the future and traded a face-of-the-franchise receiver. Along the way, he has been confident, defiant and—to some—arrogant. He has an impressive resumé but has become an easy target for critics as he rebuilds the Giants. Dave Gettleman is the most interesting GM in football. Is that a good thing?
The Rams great spent his early retirement years going with the flow as voters decided his Hall of Fame fate. But with a glut of wide receivers up for enshrinement (including teammate Isaac Bruce), and the current NFL making his exceptional numbers look less so, Holt has come to realize it’s time to speak up.
John Parry opens up about calling Super Bowl LIII in the wake of the NFC Championship Game’s officiating controversy, shares his thoughts on the pass interference replay, discusses the future of NFL officiating and more.