2022 NFL Mock Draft 1-26-22

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Welcome to our latest 2022 NFL mock draft! Team needs were sometimes, but mostly not taken into account here. The order is taken from Tankathon. Also, here is the link to a list of 70 of the worst NFL Draft cliches, buzzwords and other pointless word salad.

Far as we know, we’re the only mom and pop shop, small business style site on the whole world wide web that does a mock draft for all four major American sports. Here are the links to the latest mocks for the NBA, MLB and NHL.

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Anthony Martial Officially Joins Sevilla FC

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Signed, sealed and delivered- Anthony Martial has joined Sevilla FC on a six month loan, after having played the previous six and a half years at Manchester United. Welcome to the January transfer window, Old Trafford; better late than never.

The French forward’s move to Andalusia is one we’ve covered extensively, on numerous previous occasions already. You can read about it here, here and here. All the official statements have been posted.

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Potential Jesse Lingard Move to Newcastle United Falls Apart

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According to a report in Sky Sports, Newcastle United have now “given up hope on signing Jesse Lingard.” This comes after Manchester United rejected their £6m loan offer. If this figure us true then it’s yet another example of how utterly incompetent the United board is at running the club right now.

United, well aware Lingard was surplus to requirements even before they acquired Jadon Sancho in the summer, could’ve sold Lingard for £20m in the last transfer window. 

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10 Best Practices to Be Successful in Online Betting

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When it comes to gambling, the advancements in tech, the internet, to be specific, have made things more convenient for people. There are now countless online casinos and sports betting sites that allow you to place bets from the comfort of your own home. However, just because these sites are available doesn’t mean that you’ll be successful in online betting. It takes some knowledge and practice to make money wagering on the web.

This article will discuss some of the best approaches to follow to be a successful online bettor!

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NFL Conference Championship Weekend Should Continue Ratings Uptick

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Last weekend may have been the greatest overall single postseason round in National Football League postseason history. We may have watched the most entertaining weekend in NFL history, as all four games came down to the final seconds and/or were settled via “walk-off” plays.

It was great and relaxing for the neutral supporter, an emotional roller coaster for the die-hard fan. You didn’t need a wager or a fantasy team to stay fully engaged the entire time on Saturday or Sunday.

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Donny Van de Beek Pursued by Crystal Palace and Valencia

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When the January transfer window began, Donny Van de Beek was right up there with the Anthony Martial and Jesse Lingard as the players who were most likely to leave. With just under a week left before deadline day, things are finally happening with all three.

Once again, United has left it very late in doing their transfer business- shocking! This window MUFC have been the opposite of Newcastle United, who really hit the ground running on the transfer market. Van de Beek, being targeted by two teams, could see a loan move realized soon.

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Anthony Martial Undergoing Medical Ahead of Sevilla Loan Move

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It was only just this past weekend that Manchester United interim manager Ralf Rangnick was discussing the possibility of Anthony Martial having a future at the club. And he still may, although the chances of that are very very small.

According to multiple outlets, Martial is set to undergo a medical with Sevilla, ahead of a loan move that will see him with the La Liga outfit until the end of the season. The deal does not include an option to buy. Things are moving really fast, with an official announcement, in regards to the French forward, possibly coming later today.

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Why America Enjoyed Watching Aaron Rodgers Fail So Much

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At this point, I have to feel sorry for the Green Bay Packers fans who know what a terrible human being Aaron Rodgers really is. Seriously, you have to kind of feel bad for them, at least a little- the face of their franchise is just such a disgusting, insufferable excuse for a human being.

Watching him fail on Saturday night was just pure schadenfreude for the rest of the country, those of us who are not Packer Backers. And you got to feel sorry for his teammates in this regard- they didn’t choose to have the face of their franchise degenerate into a complete pos. When Aaron Rodgers got bounced from the NFL postseason, this past weekend, so many of us took to Twitter to celebrate.

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Tottenham Transfer Talk: Weston McKennie, Tanguy Ndombele

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Among the many teams that will be busy this January transfer window, Tottenham Hotspur could be among the busiest. At least among clubs not named Newcastle United, which could be the destination for Spurs attacking midfielder Dele Alli.

As Alli could be heading out of the Spurs midfield, one player who could be heading in is American star Weston McKennie. A new report from Football.London says that Tottenham Managing Director Fabio Paratici hopes to sign McKennie from his former club, Juventus.

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Jesse Lingard Linked with Loan Move to Newcastle United

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Will Manchester United finally resolve the Jesse Lingard situation this January transfer window? If they don’t, they risk losing the England midfielder as a free agent this summer. Newcastle United are ready to offer the 29-year-old a permanent move to St James’ Park, according to several media outlets.

The relegation threatened club have already signed two players this month, and according to The Telegraph, they could make as many as five additions this January transfer window. Tottenham misfit Del Alli has also been strongly linked.

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Antonio Conte Admits Spurs Rebuild Goes Far Beyond January Window

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Tottenham Hotspur manager Antonio Conte admits that the roster rebuild of his current club is going to take some time. Following yesterday’s 2-0 loss at Chelsea, Conte discussed what was ahead, in the January transfer window and beyond.

The Italian didn’t get into specific comings and goings, naming names or anything like that, but he did say that the project of turning Tottenham around will take several transfer windows, not just one.

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What would a successful January look like for Newcastle United?

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It’s been a strange time to be a Newcastle fan. Talks over an alleged takeover had dragged on for the best part of a year before a deal was finally completed — at which point the club were hanging perilously in the relegation zone, without any kind of identity and without a win in the Premier League.

Going down seemed an inevitability before the takeover but now promises of Saudi consortium investment bring new home and optimism to St James Park.

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