After weeks of mixed feelings, regarding a purely online NFL draft, the first round came and went successfully. There were no technical issues as far as fans were concerned, fans were able to get involved, and Roger Goodell was still booed. Some NFL fans had the pleasure of watching their favorite teams make great picks, … Continue reading Grading Each Team for the First Round of the NFL Draft
Draft day is finally here! Due to sports being on hold for now, this has to be the most anticipated draft of all time. This is all we got for a while, so I’m going to try to really enjoy this year's draft. Unfortunately, how much I enjoy the NFL Draft severely depends on what … Continue reading NFL Draft 2020: Ranking The New York Giants Possible Selections
As history has it, the top ten picks of the NFL Draft always prove to be as controversial as they are eventful. Experts try to predict them every year, and just when it looks like it's set in stone, we get a wrench thrown into the board. In 2017, it was the Chicago Bears giving … Continue reading NFL Draft 2020: Which Top Ten Pick Has The Most Shock Potential?
There’s only one player the New York Giants should select with the fourth overall selection in the NFL Draft, and that’s Clemson linebacker Isiah Simmons. Honestly, I’m pigeonholing Simmons by saying he’s a linebacker, because his real position is just defense. Calling Isiah Simmons a linebacker is like saying your iPhone is just a music … Continue reading NFL Draft 2020: Why Isiah Simmons Is The Only Pick The Giants Should Make At Fourth Overall
This year's NFL Draft quarterback class has potential to be one of the best of all time. Tua Tagovailoa seemed like the sure-fire number one pick since his legendary comeback in the National Championship game, but then Joe Burrow had one of the best college football seasons on all time. Justin Herbert could've been the … Continue reading NFL Draft 2020: Best Landing Spots for the Top Quarterback Prospects
https://twitter.com/Ballislife/status/1250797774783774720?s=20 Shaquille O'Neal went on Ariel Helwani's Podcast and stated that his Lakers would 'EASILY' beat the greatest dynasty of all time, Michael Jordan's Bulls. The same Bulls who won six NBA championships. The same Bulls who featured the greatest player of all time in the midst of his prime. Yeah, those Bulls. Shaq Diesel … Continue reading Shaquille O’Neal Says His Lakers Would ‘Easily’ Beat MJ’s Bulls
After Kyle Larson was caught using racial slurs on a live stream, Chip Ganassi Racing made the only move they could, firing him from the race team. Nobody knows if Larson will ever get another shot, it's far too early to tell, but his #42 Chevrolet will be one of the most coveted rides this … Continue reading Kyle Larson Fired by Chip Ganassi Racing; Who Replaces Him?
The NFL draft is just a week away! It's the only sporting event we'll see for awhile, so I've decided to drop a mock in anticipation for the event. I didn't add any trades, because with everything going on I believe that there won't be many trades this year, compared to a normal year. This … Continue reading 2020 NFL Mock Draft: Myla Mock V. 1
We all wish we could've watched the top draft prospects perform in this year's NCAA March Madness tournament, the Euroleague, CBA and NBL seasons. It's the time of year where the best players make a name for themselves in front of NBA scouts. Unfortunately, we didn't get that chance, but despite the Coronavirus shutting down … Continue reading NBA Draft Preview: Who Should Be the No.1 Pick?
The second rendition of the XFL deserved better than a five game season and cease in league operations The league was innovative. The league was fun. The league knew who its audience was and it listened. They took their time, learned from their past mistakes and mistakes of the AAF (2019's spring football flameout) and … Continue reading The XFL Deserved Better