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Past articles by Joe:

Dolphins 7-Round Mock Draft

In Year 1 under head coach Adam Gase, the Dolphins exceeded expectations and won 10 games, earning a playoff berth... → Read More

Broncos 7-Round Mock Draft

The Denver Broncos may be picking in the top five of the NFL Draft, but that has more to do with inept quarterback play than a roster... → Read More

3 Best Team Fits For Malcolm Butler

The ending to Malcolm Butler’s career as a New England Patriot could not have been more bizarre. After signing with the Patriots as an undrafted rookie free agent in 2014, Butler hardly saw the field during the regular season but became a household name in the Super Bowl. His game-clinching interception of Seahawk quarterback Russell Wilson at the […] → Read More

Are Redskins a better team with Alex Smith at QB?

The Washington Redskins’ fruitless contract negotiations with Kirk Cousins — spanning multiple offseasons — ultimately led them to part with a third-round draft selection and cornerback Kendall Fuller to acquire Alex Smith. Cousins started every game for the Redskins over the last three years, tallying at least 4,000 passing yards, 25 touchdowns and a passer rating no lower […] → Read More

Who was Eagles best offseason addition?

Roster construction in the NFL involves several pieces in a jigsaw puzzle. The process demands committing millions of dollars to players their original teams elected not to retain. It requires making guesses on how productive college football players will be at the next level. At the end of the season, team personnel decision makers are […] → Read More

How Much Does Tom Brady Have Left In Tank?

NFL fans in New York, Miami, Buffalo, and throughout the AFC yearn for the day when New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady retires. While many are celebrating a Patriots Super Bowl defeat more than a Philadelphia Eagles win, a third Super Bowl loss in eight chances hardly tarnishes Brady’s incredible legacy as the greatest quarterback in NFL history. […] → Read More

2 Best And 2 Worst Coaching Decisions From Super Bowl LII

A wild Super Bowl that featured an NFL postseason record 1,151 yards with 74 points had its share of aggressive and head-scratching calls. Embracing the underdog label, the Philadelphia Eagles laid it on the line with several daring risks that ultimately led to the first Lombardi Trophy in franchise history. On the flip side, the New England […] → Read More

Brandon Graham can be Eagles unsung hero in Super Bowl

I’m sure Philadelphia Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz isn’t getting much sleep these days. Tasked with scheming against New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady with a Super Bowl championship on the line, it’s going to take his best game plan to slow down Brady in his quest for a sixth Lombardi Trophy. Without question, Schwartz is considering […] → Read More

3 X-Factors For Patriots Against Eagles In Super Bowl

Make no mistake about it, the New England Patriots dynasty is all about quarterback Tom Brady, who is the lone common denominator in eight AFC championships and a current bid for a sixth Super Bowl victory. With that said, football is the ultimate team game and it takes more than just one guy, even if he’s […] → Read More

Should Browns Consider Baker Mayfield With 1st Overall Pick?

This is the year that the Cleveland Browns must finally get the quarterback position right. After passing on the likes of Deshaun Watson and Carson Wentz while investing first-round picks in prospects such as Johnny Manziel and Brandon Weeden, missing again with top draft capital simply cannot happen. The good thing for Browns fans is that […] → Read More

5 players who hurt NFL Draft stock at Senior Bowl

MOBILE, Ala. – Among the most influential aspects of NFL Draft prospect evaluation is how players fare at the Senior Bowl. For the 110 players invited to participate, it provides a unique layer to NFL evaluators that allows them to get an inside look at how the players mesh with NFL-style game preparation. It’s the NFL […] → Read More

5 things we learned from Senior Bowl game

MOBILE, Ala. — To the delight of viewers, the 2018 Reese’s Senior Bowl featured an offensive explosion that included 61 points and 940 yards of total offense. In a game scenario that is heavily slanted toward defensive success, the North and South squads tallied the most combined points in a Senior Bowl since 2002. As always, […] → Read More

Who stood out most at Senior Bowl Day 1 South practice?

MOBILE, Ala. — The most critical component of Senior Bowl week is the practice sessions, which got underway on Tuesday afternoon with the South Team taking the field first. Under the direction of head coach Bill O’Brien and the Houston Texans coaching staff, it was a fast-paced, competitive environment that set the tone of what will […] → Read More

5 bold predictions for Senior Bowl week

MOBILE, Ala. — The 2018 Reese’s Senior Bowl is on the horizon. NFL prospects are presented with a monumental stage to impress NFL decision makers over the course of the week. Every move these prospects make is analyzed with the potential to influence their draft stock, but nothing is more important than how they perform on the […] → Read More

Is Mike Zimmer best head coach not named Belichick?

One win away from playing in the Super Bowl at their home stadium, the Minnesota Vikings have enjoyed one the best seasons in franchise history. The success hasn’t come without challenges and in Year 4 of Mike Zimmer‘s tenure as head coach, the Vikings are built to withstand any adversity that comes their way. After 30 years […] → Read More

Which team’s top 2 picks in 2016 were better – Cowboys or Jaguars?

With the Jacksonville Jaguars set to play in the AFC Championship Game for the right to play in the Super Bowl as the Dallas Cowboys failed to qualify for the postseason, the debate over which teams top two selections in the 2016 NFL Draft were better is brewing. Armed with the No. 4 pick in […] → Read More

Is Matt Patricia a good fit for Lions?

All signs point to the Detroit Lions hiring New England Patriots defensive coordinator Matt Patricia as their next head coach. The NFL’s tampering rules prevent the hire from becoming official until the Patriots’ season has ended, which may not come until after the Super Bowl. The delayed hiring puts Detroit behind in terms of hiring […] → Read More

5 Players Set To Cash In This NFL Offseason

Hundreds of millions of dollars will soon be spent in the NFL’s annual free agent shopping spree. As much as general managers try to feed lines about building through the draft, history has proven it’s difficult for them to resist the temptation of landing a splashy free agent. On March 14, 2018 at 4 p.m. […] → Read More

5 NFL Players Who Will Become Stars In Playoffs

Making plays on a Sunday afternoon in a full slate of NFL regular season games pales in comparison to doing so in the playoffs. With high stakes and the spotlight on one game at a time, the cream rises to the top and legends are made. Every year a handful of players garner national praise […] → Read More

Does TJ Watt deserve DROY consideration?

A converted tight end, TJ Watt transitioned to outside linebacker in college, where he started just nine games before declaring for the 2017 NFL Draft. He made the most of those nine games, racking up 63 tackles, 15.5 tackles for loss and 11.5 sacks. He turned heads at the NFL Scouting Combine, where he checked […] → Read More