Month: April 2020

EAST RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY – DECEMBER 29: Daniel Jones #8 of the New York Giants looks on during the first half of the game against the Philadelphia Eagles at MetLife Stadium on December 29, 2019 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Sarah Stier/Getty Images) Following a 4-12 season, what do the New York Giants
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The Cardinals only managed five wins during Kyler Murray’s rookie season. The pressure is on Arizona to become playoff contenders in 2020. Credit Kliff Kingsbury for turning the Cardinals into one of the most interesting NFL teams to watch in 2019. The challenge for he and his staff in year two is to transform Arizona
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Credit: Jacob Kupferman/Getty Images What would it take for the Rays to consistently contend for titles in Tampa Bay? by Shlomo Sprung Cam Newton could only land a backup job at this point, but he would be an interesting flier for the Los Angeles Rams. Due in virtually equal part to being cut late and
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As Andy Dalton looks at his options after being cut, the Jacksonville Jaguars are a perfect match of team and quarterback. There was some chance they would keep him as Joe Burrow’s backup, but on Thursday morning the Cincinnati Bengals released quarterback Andy Dalton. He’ll now enter the free agent market with no starting jobs
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Are the Cincinnati Bengals making the right move releasing Andy Dalton? Out with Andy Dalton and in with Joe Burrow. While it is not a huge shock the Bengals finally released Andy Dalton, it was starting to seem like keeping him was among their best options moving forward. Pairing their No. 1 draft pick and
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The 49ers finished one game short of immortality last season. Can Kyle Shanahan give Jimmy Garoppolo the tools to win the Super Bowl this season? No one should blame the 49ers for coming up short against the Chiefs in last year’s Super Bowl. The challenge for San Francisco now becomes figuring out how to take
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The Atlanta Falcons enter the 2020 NFL season with grand designs of toppling the New Orleans Saints for the NFC South crown. Does Matt Ryan have enough weapons to get it done? The New Orleans Saints are entering the season as the prohibitive favorites in the NFC South, but the Atlanta Falcons fancy their chances
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