Drew Brees Isn’t Serious About Coming Out of Retirement


We can’t say for certain what Drew Brees will do next with his life, but we do know this- he won’t be returning to the NFL. Amid reports that he’s out, after just one season, as an announcer with NBC Sports, Brees Tweeted an intentional misdirection about his next career move. The man who is second in NFL career passing completion percentage, touchdown passes, passing yards,  completions and attempts said he might actually return to the league.

Those who know him best though say Brees was only tweeting that in jest. The idea of Brees suiting up again is not one to be taken seriously, they claim.

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Analyzing the NFL Offseason, Previewing 2022 Regular Season

The Rams won the Superbowl to end last season and eliminated the upstart Bengals, who defied the odds while knocking off the Titans and Chiefs on the road. The Rams won it all the very same year they brought Matthew Stafford over from the lowly Detroit Lions. 

Head coach Sean McVay looked like a genius. Los Angeles celebrated their first Superbowl victory since the Rams returned there from Saint Louis a few years before. It has been a busy offseason, with Deshaun Watson going to the Browns, Carson Wentz going to the Commanders, Tyreek Hill leaving Kansas City for Miami, and Russell Wilson heading to the Broncos and the AFC West. We will talk about what to expect going into this new year as we gear up for 2022.

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Five QBs Who Could Be 2023 NFL Draft First Round Picks

Looking forward to the 2023 NFL Draft, there are a lot of questions as to who might be picking first. Many experts suggest the Houston Texans, while others predict the Atlanta Falcons, Detroit Lions or even the Carolina Panthers as potential options. 

If there is something specifically known about next year’s draft, it’s that the focus will be on the quarterback class. While the 2023 draft consists of a long list of overall players at every position, the QB class stands out the most. 

With that said, let’s look at which QBs are the most notable. 

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Notre Dame DB Kyle Hamilton a Great Fit for Baltimore Ravens

Maybe the best pure prospect in the 2022 NFL Draft, regardless of position, Notre Dame safety Kyle Hamilton has probably found the perfect home with the Baltimore Ravens. Selected 14th overall, in the first round of the draft last night, Hamilton goes to a franchise synonymous with defense. He’ll greatly help the Ravens Super Bowl chances, and you can bet on Baltimore with a 50 euro no deposit bonus with some long odds, but a potentially huge payoff.

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2022 NFL Mock Draft 4-28-22 Final Edition


Welcome to our latest 2022 NFL mock draft! We’re headed towards the home stretch now of the NFL Draft talking season. If there is one thing we do know, it’s that the NFL “season” supposedly, is now year round, due to the overhyping of the NFL Draft and the explosions of mock drafts.

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.

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71 of the Worst NFL Draft Cliches, Buzzwords, and Assorted Word Salad


By this week, all the soundbites for every NFL draft prospect now run together into an indecipherable word salad. Actually, it all becomes gobbedly-gook well before this week, due to the over-usage of cliches. All the Draftniks do it:

Mel Kiper Jr., Todd McShay, Mike Mayock, and Jon Gruden most of all. Gruden speaks with a much higher buzz word/NFL draft catch-phrase per sentence percentage than anyone. If I sat down and watched Gruden’s “QB Camp” show again, this list would be four times as long.

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Tottenham Hotspur Players Showcase NFL Knowledge in Trivia Competition

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium hosts two National Football League games, every season, as the world-class venue has replaced Wembley Stadium as the UK home to the NFL. There has been chatter of a NFL franchise, and yes, perhaps even a Super Bowl someday, in Great Britain’s capital city.

Tottenham talisman Harry Kane has publicly professed his passion for the NFL, but what about the rest of the squad? Well, four Spurs players, Lucas Moura, Sergio Reguilón, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, and Ben Davies, ahead of Super bowl 56, took part in a special NFL trivia challenge, with entertaining results.

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Tottenham Hotspur Continue Exploring Opportunity to Host a Super Bowl

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club are reportedly continuing their exploration process towards the possibility of potentially hosting a future Super Bowl. As we first reported back in August of 2018, THFC were looking into the idea of getting a Super Bowl staged at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

With Super Bowl 56 (LVI) set to kickoff on Sunday, new reports emerged this week that Tottenham were still looking into this idea, and perhaps ramping up the effort. So with that in mind, let’s take a look at how realistic or unrealistic this initiative might be.

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Super Bowl Peaked in 1991 with Giants-Bills and Whitney Houston


As Super Bowl LIV arrives, it’s time to reflect on the best of all the big games. In the early 1990s, the Buffalo Bills went to four straight Super Bowls and lost all four, but man did they help to provide one of the best Super Bowls of all time. Like Tom Petty said, “even the losers- get lucky sometimes.”

Obviously, they never did, in the end, but sometimes history is better when it’s written from the point of view of the losers. It wasn’t just the Buffalo Bills who made that Super Bowl so special. You also had the New York Giants, the American cultural landscape at that time, the political climate of January 1991, the NFL still residing in its pre-degradation period, the Super Bowl being a less hyper-corporatized entity in a not quite as crassly over-marketed state.

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Odell Beckham Jr. a Major Super Bowl XLVI X-Factor

The Los Angeles Rams are substantially favored to win Super Bowl XLVI over the Cincinnati Bengals, and a big reason for that because they have so much depth and talent on their roster. NFL on CBS pundit Brandon Marshall discussed what makes the Rams’ receivers unit special:

“What makes this team special is they know who the guy is. Odell Beckham Jr. is the No. 1 receiver on most teams…but here he knows that ‘I need to go pull coverage.’ When your time is called, then you may get the ball. But until then, do your job. That’s what makes this unit so special.”  

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Rams Look to Improve L.A.’s Lackluster History in Super Bowl


Three current NFL franchises have called Los Angeles home at some point in their history, but only one has ever claimed a Super Bowl victory while residing in L.A. That could change Sunday, when the Los Angeles Rams, playing in their home stadium, host the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl 56.

The Rams are favored -4.5, but the Bengals have defied the odds all season long, and into the postseason too. This big game L.A. story could easily go either way; it could have a happy or sad ending.

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Cooper Kupp, Ja’Marr Chase Bring Elite WR Play to Super Bowl LVI

Super Bowl LVI will soon be upon us, and for the second straight season, one of the teams will participating will be doing so in their home venue. The Los Angeles Rams will take on the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, February 13, in SoFi Stadium, in Inglewood, CA, which is indeed their house.

This big game features a match-up of two of the most elite wide receivers in the NFL, and it’s pretty rare to see talent at the WR position, on Super Sunday, to this level.

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