The Jets had arguably the best offseason in the NFL in terms of introducing new talent. Did they do enough to climb out of the AFC East basement in 2022?
The New York Giants most impressive offseason was highlighted by a stellar first night at the draft, and the addition of three well known coordinators to the coaching staff. Still a middle-of-the-pack team with a dud QB, expect what you’d expect from the G-Men in 2022.
Do the 2022 Philadelphia Eagles have what it takes to make a stride forward in the upcoming season? After a stellar draft, which included a blockbuster trade, this roster looks ready to take over the NFC East.
The Washington Commanders have been struggling to climb the NFC East totem pole for years, and in previewing the 2022 season, fans have more of the sme to look forward to.
We’ve previously covered our distaste for the Cowboys offseason and how we feel a big championship window was missed here. They really nailed the Dak Prescott selection after years of stability from a similar draft gem selected later than they should’ve in undrafted Tony Romo. The NFL is in a chokehold right now when itContinue reading “Dallas Cowboys 2022 Season Preview”
THE SUNDAY SLATE NFL DRAFT COVERAGE Mock Draft 1.0 Jacksonville Evan Neal Alabama OL Detroit Aidan Hutchinson Michigan EDGE Houston Kayvon Thibodeaux Oregon EDGE NY Jets Derek Stingley Jr. LSU CB NY Giants Ikem Ekwonu NC State OL Carolina Malik Willis Liberty QB Chicago -> NYG Kyle Hamilton Notre Dame S Atlanta Tyler Linderbaum IowaContinue reading “The Sunday Slate NFL Mock Draft 1.0”
RB | Notre Dame Kyren Williams “Very productive at Notre Dame over two years, providing value as a blocker, pass-catcher, and balanced runner. Great pass protection on tape that will probably lead to early playing time. Prime LeVeon Bell levels of patience. Very interested to see how quick he is at the combine. Williams isContinue reading “#98: Kyren Williams, 100 Prospects in 100 Days”
Cole Turner TE 6.6 240 lbs, Nevada A plus-plus athlete at his size with a knack for circus catches. Was named to the All-Mountain West Second Team as a senior. Led all tight ends in the Mountain West and tied for second in the nation among tight ends for receiving touchdowns (1st; Brock Bowers, UGA,Continue reading “#99: Cole Turner, 100 Prospects in 100 Days”
Romeo Doubs WR 6.2 200 lbs, Nevada Was named to the All-Mountain West First Team, and was Biletnikoff Award candidate for the second consecutive season. Tied for first in the Mountain West Conference in receiving touchdowns (11). Invited to Reese’s Senior Bowl, joining teammates Cole Turner and Carson Strong to make up a trio ofContinue reading “#100: Romeo Doubs, 100 Prospects in 100 Days”