“Someone help us get his ring back to him.”
In a game where many had them losing, the Las Vegas Raiders looked excellent in their win against the New Orleans Saints. They may not be able to win their division, but at 2-0, the Raiders are looking pretty good right now. With the playoffs being extended to 3 wild card teams per conference this year, will the Raiders be able to reach the playoffs for the first time since 2016?
Devin McCourty and Russell Wilson Shout Out Teammate James White During Patriots-Seahawks Game After His Dad Passed Away in Horrific Accident
McCourty showed his teammate some love after scoring a TD for their team.
Though my perfect season is already over after only one week, I will soldier on and look to go 16-1 this year. Before I get to my pick for this week, here are a few options I decided against.
“She’s like, ‘Daddy, I do not like it this hot all the time.’”
Which Free Agent Kicker Should the Titans or Browns Sign, Replacing Two Lackluster Performances Out of Kickers
Stephen Gostkowski had an incredibly rough game Monday night against the Broncos in which he went 1/4 on field goals and missed an extra point, almost costing the Titans the game in the 16-14 win over Denver.
The Las Vegas Raiders and Carolina Panthers had a very exciting opener on the first Sunday of the NFL season. The game went back and forth and was dominated by running backs, with Panthers star, Christian McCaffrey, racking up 134 yards and 2 touchdowns, and Raiders half-back, Josh Jacobs, getting 93 yards with 3 touchdowns.
This year, I will be making a survivor pick for each week of the 2020 NFL season. For those who aren’t familiar with what a survivor pool is, you make a pick for one team to win. If they lose, you’re eliminated, and the last person standing in the pool wins. However, after you pick one team, you can’t pick them again for the rest of the season. I will keep a record for how I do this year, but no matter how many times I’m eliminated, I will still only pick each team once.
Twitter Is Disgusted With How Kansas City Chiefs Fans Reacted During Players’ Show of Unity Before First NFL Game
“Ladies and Gentlemen, please join us in a moment of silence dedicated to the ongoing fight for equality in our country.”
On Tuesday, superstar wide receiver, DeAndre Hopkins, negotiated and signed a two-year $54.5 million contract extension with the Arizona Cardinals.