This month: a bunch of players get drafted, the draft fallout gets discussed for a day or two, and then we all go back to our binge-watching and meme debates.
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It was a year of extreme highs and extreme lows in NFL draft grades. Dallas came out way ahead of everyone else, thanks in part to their selection of Oklahoma wide receiver CeeDee Lamb. Meanwhile Green Bay finished last by a very, very, very wide margin.
Tom Brady's in Tampa Bay and the world has been changed by a pandemic. Anything else going on?
This month: scouting combine reactions; ridiculous questions and even more ridiculous answers; franchise tag thoughts; weed; offseason boredom; and celebrity punters.
This week: I don't know if you heard, but the Kansas City Chiefs won the Super Bowl. Also, the XFL is back.
It's Super Bowl week, and we have thoughts on all the usual content: fashionable eyewear, home repair, Chinese food, tiny bathing suits, the joy of lying, smart kids, hippopotamus vomit, and dodgeball.
This week: The Chiefs and 49ers celebrate their berths in the Super Bowl and prepare for the big game; teams that were knocked out of the playoffs psych themselves up for next year; Tom Brady says goodbye to Eli Manning; and the NFL reveals their plans for the draft in Las Vegas.
This week: players celebrate, coaches don't, knee injuries pay off, eliminated players chime in, and early retirement strikes. As always, take care of y'all chicken.
This week: salty playoff teams, trophies collecting dust, loud stadiums, and -- thank goodness -- Marshawn Lynch.
This week: Dan Snyder's favorite holiday, New Year's resolutions that are destined to fail, the surprising difficulty of winning Super Bowls, the ultimate hot-and-cold quarterback, the Monstars coming to the NFL, and Drew Lock spits.