There’s no reason why any novice better couldn’t plop down a few dollars and possibly come away with a nice return, a little fun to spice up what could already be a memorable championship game.
Finding the immediate success that Tom Brady found with the Buccaneers isn’t guaranteed, but your arrival would put an already rabid fanbase over the moon; push our mockery of a front office into credible standing; and force our overworked defense into more favorable situations.
Defeating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a Thursday Night Football thriller broadcast to the nation makes a bigger impact than losing at Noon the prior Sunday to Indianapolis in regional coverage.
A “now or never” type mentality is needed for this game…the stunning carriage that carried the team through September looks good for a pumpkin transformation as October continues.
These are mirroring match-ups: both home teams stand to be challenged by opponents that don’t mind playing the same type of game the top seeds succeed in.
Left in the divisional round is a whole lot of newness, and Blackness, among the QBs, which means that the 2020 NFL playoffs could mark a true changing of the guard in regards to the league’s star power and its on-field power.
April Fool’s day is the prankster’s Christmas and it also falls on the official start of the month of April every year, otherwise known as draft month in the NFL. […]
It doesn’t matter what Robert Kraft’s reasoning for going to the massage parlor was. It. Was. Stupid.
The NFL’s two-minute spot blew away any random two minutes offered by the Patriots and Rams Sunday night.
Yes, indeed, the NFL laid a stanky-ass egg to conclude what could be considered one of its most fascinating seasons (at least on-field) in recent memory.