VINCENT VERHEI has been a writer and editor for Football Outsiders since 2007. In addition to writing for Football Outsiders Almanac 2019, he did all layout and design on the book. During the season, he writes the “Quick Reads” column covering the best and worst players of each week according to Football Outsiders metrics. His writings have also appeared in ESPN The Magazine and in Maple Street Press publications, and he has done layout on a number of other books for Football Outsiders and Prospectus Entertainment Ventures. His other night job is as a writer and podcast host for pro wrestling/MMA website f4wonline.com. He is a graduate of Western Washington University.
Patrick Mahomes turns 25 in September. He has already won a Super Bowl and an MVP award. The Chiefs have made sure that any other awards he wins in the next ten years will come in a Kansas City uniform.
Travis Kelce's game against Houston in the divisional round of the playoffs last season was the best by a tight end in the past decade, but it's New England's Rob Gronkowski who dominates the list of good games.
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Our examination of the best and worst wide receivers of the past 10 years spends a lot of time discussing Atlanta's trade for Julio Jones and the other players involved in Atlanta's trade to acquire him. Plus: Who was the least efficient receiver of the decade, and why was he still a good player?
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Lions Owner Stepping Down, Replaced by Daughter
Vincent Verhei23 Jun 2020, 02:21pm
The Detroit Lions have announced that Martha Firestone Ford, who took over after William Clay Ford Sr. died in 2014, has stepped down as the principal owner of the team. Sheila Ford Hamp will succeed her mother as the club's principal owner and chairman.
Dak Prescott Signs Franchise Tender
Vincent Verhei22 Jun 2020, 04:00pm
The Dallas Cowboys quarterback has officially signed his one-year franchise tender.
UCLA Football Players Demand Coronavirus Protection
Vincent Verhei19 Jun 2020, 04:53pm
Thirty UCLA football players have united in support behind a document they say will protect them as they return to campus amid the coronavirus pandemic -- but what this says about Chip Kelly and the football program go beyond the virus itself.