2021 NFL Mock Draft 4-29-21 Final Edition

Welcome to our latest of our 2021 NFL mock draft! You can get ready for the NFL draft this weekend (Thu-Sat) with BetQL’s National Football League odds. They’ll come in handy this NFL season too. The 2021 NFL talking season begins now, starting Thursday night, and you’ll need to do your due diligence, so that you can have all the vital stats and information.

Far as we know, we’re the only independently owned, mom and pop shop website that produces a mock draft for all four major American sports. For our latest MLB mock draft go here, the latest NBA mock is linked here and the NHL can be found here.

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2022 NFL Mock Draft Version 1.0

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Welcome to our very first 2022 NFL mock draft! For our latest 2021 NFL mock go here. Team needs were sometimes, but mostly not taken into account here. Our projections for the 2021 Draft were rarely, but most often not taken into account. The order is of course based on how we feel the NFL will play itself out in 2021.

Here is the link to a list of 70 of the worst NFL Draft cliches, buzzwords and other pointless word salad.

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

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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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Super Bowl 55 Could be a Super Bowl I Rematch in Packers vs Chiefs

The Kansas City Chiefs have been the favorites to win it all since the beginning of the 2020 NFL season. However, the Green Bay Packers, led by stellar quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, are a popular pick among many fans and experts.

As the NFL playoffs enters the divisional round this weekend, the Packers are predicted by many to win the Super Bowl over last year’s champions, Kansas City. If the two sides do indeed meet in the NFL championship game on Feb. 7, it will be a rematch of the very first Super Bowl.

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Why the NFL Must be Extremely Pragmatic Ahead of 2020 Season

The coronavirus pandemic has destroyed all essence of a potentially normal year. That statement could not be more true for the sporting world, which took a major hit with the announcements that all leagues would be suspended back in early-to-mid March of 2020. 

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2020 NFL Mock Draft 4-23-20 FINAL EDITION

The NFL Draft, for the first time ever, will be conducted without any centralized physical location. League Commissioner Roger Goodell will announce picks from his home, and teams will make their selections from their headquarters. Basically, it will be the first online only NFL Draft, as everything will be conducted virtually.

Obviously, the seriousness of the COVID-19 pandemic calls for such measures, but it’s not a totally unprecedented format. After all, day three of the NFL Draft, for the past few years, has had no actual location. Anyone who watches it closely notices all the picks being announced remotely. Now they’re simply doing that for the whole thing.

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NFL Draft: a Sporting Event Built to Survive Lockdown

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The NFL Draft, in a highly altered and very much scaled down form, might be the only sporting event that survives the next couple months. If they can pull it off, and it is very much doable, you could see the MLB, NBA and NHL follow suit. It won’t be actual sports, but hey, it will be something close. And it will give you some sports to bet on too, as NFL betting sites have already been taking action on who the first overall pick would be for quite some time already.

On Monday morning, the National Football League announced that the draft will go on, on the planned date, but all fan events are cancelled. So for now, it’s on, but who knows what could change between now and the end of April. Personally, I think it would be really cool if they went all retro/back to their roots- just a bunch of old dudes in a conference center ball room picking names off of a board.

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Super Bowl Odds: The Four Remaining Playoff Teams This Season

In its 100th season, America’s favorite professional sporting event is about to hail its champion. Super Bowl 54 will take place on February 2, 2020, at Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Garden, Florida. The stadium, home to both Miami Hurricanes and Miami Dolphins, is a new addition to the history of the Super Bowl.

As the judgment day draws nearer, fans have been eagerly waiting on the edge of their seats. Watchful eyes are monitoring odds and probabilities; each one considering carefully the team’s likelihood to win the championship.

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Seven Sports Stars Who Passed Away in 2019

Consistently, we tragically need to bid farewell to some donning symbols. Some made it mature age, while others were lamentably taken in their prime before the world could truly observe the full degree of their donning ability. 

Here we’re going to investigate a portion of the biggest sports star we lost for the current year, recollecting their accomplishments and respecting their legacy. Here are 7 sports stars who died in 2019:

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Exclusive: Former Eagles, Packers QB Ty Detmer on 2019 NFL Contenders

In 14 NFL seasons, with six different teams, Ty Detmer played in 54 games (with 25 starts), totaling 6,351 yards passing, 34 touchdowns and 35 interceptions; good for a passer rating of 74.1. The former Heisman Trophy winner and BYU offensive coordinator was one of the instructors at the first ever Pacific Pro Scrimmage, an invitation-only camp for free agent players.

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Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Looking to Relocate NFL Team in London

This past weekend saw Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London host the English Premier League and the American National Football League on the same weekend. The $1.25 billion stadium, which opened last spring, after several delays, was worth the wait. It’s world-class, and their next goal is to host the Premiership and the NFL on the same day.

If they can make that short term objective work, the over-arching long term objective is to get a NFL team relocated to London; as has been part of the vision since the beginning of the project. and it would make a great for home for some NFL team, but who?

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Ty Detmer on His New Football Camp, Heisman Trophy Front Runners (Exclusive)

Former Heisman Trophy winner and two-time All-America BYU quarterback Ty Detmer has a new gig. He’ll be one of the instructors at the first ever Pacific Pro Scrimmage, an invitation-only camp for free agent players that takes place Sept. 25-27 at Whittier College (where former President Richard Nixon played football by the way).

The camp is a joint venture of Pacific Pro Football and Austin Media Group’s sports division (American National Combines), and it will be led by prominent football men, including former San Francisco 49ers and San Diego Chargers offensive coordinator Geep Chryst.

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