Chicago has put some effort into addressing this matter during the offseason. Along with signing veteran Brian Hoyer to a one year contract after the NFL draft, the Bears claimed Connor Shaw Friday, the day after he was waived by the Cleveland Browns.
Why Deshaun Watson Will Start by for Houston – This Season Now, although it’s rare for a rookie to take over the reigns of their new team during that first season, it does happen. Granted, most of the time it’s because the prospects for success evaporated. Since the team is going no where come playoff time, why continue to operate with a quarterback who is not the team’s future. This is the time many rookies get their chance, but for fantasy purposes, most still fall flat on their face.
During free agency, the Bucs acquired several defensive lineman that have proven themselves to be more than capable. Tampa signed free agents defensive lineman Vinny Curry and Beau Allen, both big contributors to the 2018 Super Bowl Champion Eagle defense, and also signed free agent Mitch Unrein, formerly of
The most galling reality: The Browns could have drafted Watson with the 12th pick. Instead, they traded the pick to the Texans.
However, Coach Harbaugh has been a winner everywhere he goes and it's hard to imagine it's going to take him more than a couple of years before he is able to restore some of this team's luster. For now, a conservative offensive approach would seem in order until the younger players can get some
The Eagles traded up to grab the guy they wanted and think can be their franchise Quarterback in Carson Wentz this whole draft lives and dies with Carson Wentz and his ability to be a franchise Quarterback in the NFL. Carson Wentz is big Quarterback at 6’5 237 with strong
1. Cleveland Browns - Sam Darnold | QB | USC The Browns get their quarterback of the future, who can sit behind Tyrod Taylor and avoid the pressure of being the franchise savior.
Offense With a new head coach comes a new offense to learn. That might be the one set back to a team with so many returning players. Offensive
Every offseason, teams go into free agency looking to find that one player that will put them over the top. Some teams look for that game changing player on defense, while others look towards the offensive side of the ball. On the offensive side of the ball, it does not matter
Ken Whisenhunt, the head coach for the Tennessee Titans. The team was last in their division and conference. They were 28th in offensive and defensive ranks. Whisenhunt knew he needed to score the football more in the 2015 season to win games. So, he went and drafted a quarterback, Marcus Mariota from Oregon. He knew Mariota could run, throw, and score the
"The reviews internally on Brock Osweiler are high, so if Peyton Manning does not come back, they do feel confident that they have a quarterback who can step in and have some level of success in
Essentially, Baltimore has been an aggressively mediocre football team since their magical postseason run in 2012 (32-34), which Flacco deserves partial blame for. Yes, the Ravens quarterback hasn’t exactly been provided with top-tier weapons to work with, but Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady have put up MVP-caliber numbers, while leading their respective teams to the playoffs during seasons in which both had much less support around them.
Indianapolis Colts It’s easy to sympathize with Colts fans for the pain and misery they had to endure under former general manager Ryan Grigson. However, after years of injuries, draft mismanagement and free agent busts, Colts fans can finally move on with the hiring of new general manager Chris Ballard.
Every Sunday during football season, there is one place I will always be, no matter what. As I drive down Lake Cook Road, I feel a sudden excitement. Sundays are my favorite day of the week because I get to not only spend time with my grandparents, but also watch our favorite Chicago sports team play for three hours. I have watched every single Bears game with my grandparents since I was eight. We have been through it all, from Rex Grossman as our quarterback to Marc Trestman as our head coach. However, recently, I have noticed something about our conversations during the games. We always debate whether the Bears should keep Jay Cutler next season. He has always proven to be turnover-prone, but has been clutch throughout the season. The Chicago Bears should keep Jay Cutler next season because he has proven to be one of the better quarterbacks in the NFL.
Freeing the team from Joe Paterno allows them to find a coach that knows how to win football games now. Paterno “When you watch Joe at practice, he runs from drill to drill. He's extremely smart. He's not detached” (Dye). If Penn State has been playing so poorly and Paterno seems to have so much control over the team at practices and on the field then doesn’t a correlation stand out? A concern on the minds of Penn State coaches, players, alumni, and thousands of other fans is that even if Paterno retires would the Nittany Lions still lose? This is a possibility, but the organization has to assess all the risks involved in a transition. A change in leadership is very complicated, but the payoff can also be just as lucrative. Ohio State is a prime example of this type of fortune. Long-time coach John Cooper had been bringing the