We all assume our players won't be at the Pro Bowl, but vote for them anyway. Not only do they want the prestige, it also comes with financial reward. Vote below. All our players are on one page making it nice and easy.
A field of 94 nominees for the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Class of 2017 was condensed to 26 candidates on Wednesday during NFL Network's Gold Jacket Semifinalists special.
This just in: Bill Belichick is old and grumpy
Some of you may know that I was one of Brock Osweiler's (I use a different variation of his last name using a relative of a mule) biggest critics. So this delights me to no end. Except we did waste four years on him. Which in no small way has a bearing on my feelings towards sitting Paxton Lynch.
After switching teams, Coby Fleener, Brock Osweiler and Chris Ivory all entered 2016 with great expectations. Buyer's remorse, anyone? Chris Wesseling ranks free-agent disappointments.
Then we have this story. Summed up, Trevor isn't good, but it's too late to start the season over with Lynch, so we just hope and pray for our defense to play lights out and TS not to screw up too much. Lovely.
Denver's postseason hopes ride on the placeholder quarterback.
While we're on a run of current and past QB's, here's this. Another QB I knew was a bust before he ever took a snap as a Bronco. He did play with passion, never blamed anyone for his failures, so he rates above A er Osweiler.
The scouts have spoken, and Mets minor-leaguer Tim Tebow is...ugly?
I'm sure many of our friends south of the border would love this..thinking of you, Ruben.
Enjoy your bye week y'all and don't forget to vote!