NFL: Priorities for each AFC team in Free Agency

With the Super Bowl done and dusted, the thirsty NFL fans’ eye will now turn to the offseason and Free Agency and then the NFL Draft. Team cap space importance and manipulation is a topic people can argue until the cows come home as there are many teams that always produce Houdini tricks to come […]

Five keys to Super Bowl LVI

The one game in the NFL calendar where EVERYTHING is put under the microscope: every throw, every rush, every kick and every call. We analyse five major factors that will decide where this game will be won and lost. Can the Bengals’ offensive line hold the barrage of the Rams’ pass rush? In my opinion, […]

Sunday 6PM Preview: Chargers, Bengals to face off in battle of 2nd year QB’s

Paul Brown Stadium will host the battle between two 2020 first-round pick quarterbacks. Justin Herbert’s Los Angeles Chargers will take on Joe Burrow’s Cincinnati Bengals. Both have shown enough in a year and a bit to be considered their teams’ franchise QB, and look to be within a chance of leading their sides to this […]

Sunday 6pm Preview: Bengals and Ravens fight it out in key AFC North battle

Sunday will see the 4-2 Cincinnati Bengals travel to Baltimore to take on the 5-1 Ravens. This game is crucial in the fight for the division title and three AFC Wildcard spots as at least three teams in the AFC North look like they’re set for the postseason. Coming into this one Baltimore beat up […]

The Fantasy Player Profiles – Tee Higgins

2020 season totals: Games:16 Targets/Receptions:108/67 Yards:908 Y/R:13.6 TD:6 Fantasy Pts:194.6 (PPR)(source: fantasypros.com) Then: In the build-up to my fantasy auction last summer, I viewed Higgins as one of those potential ‘smart picks’. Being able to pick him off the waiver with the hope he might have some solid flex value down the line, you know […]

NFL Draft Fantasy Football Fallout – Losers

By Logan Brown (@loganbrown0805) The 2021 NFL draft impacted a lot of fantasy players. As I mentioned in my previous article, some big winners were Myles Gaskin,  Allen Robinson and Michael Pittman Jr and so many more. With every winner there must be a loser. Here are a few players I believe lost value after […]

Bengals finally join the Fellowship of the Ring

The Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor at Cowboys Stadium dates back to 1975. The Ravens’ Ring of Honor, started in 2000, circles the field at M&T Bank Stadium, the Raymond James Stadium features the names of 14 legendary Buccaneers added in 2009, while the upper deck of FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland has listed the Browns’ greats for […]