WEEK 2 AFC POWER RANKINGS 1. New England Patriots (1-0) | Previous RK: (1) | WK 2: @ MIA A 33-3 thrashing of the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 1 and the New England Patriots showed already of how big of a discrepancy there is between them and the rest of the field minus the Kansas City Chiefs. A cup cake schedule to open the season, not starting 8-0 would be a disappointment. The fascinating storyline for Week 2 is how much Antonio Brown plays and with the NFL investigation picking up steam, is it one game and done for Brown in New England? 2. Kansas City Chiefs (1-0) | Previous RK: (2) | WK 2: @ OAK Patrick Maholmes is unstoppable and losing Tyreek Hill isn’t likely to slow this offense down in Week 2. 3. Baltimore Ravens (1-0) | Previous RK: (4) | WK 2: vs ARI 49 PointRead More »
Week 2 NFL Predictions Giants over Bills (-1.5) Colts over Titans (-3.5) Texans (-8.5) over Jaguars Lions over Chargers (-2) Patriots (-18.5) over Dolphins Ravens (-13) over Cardinals Cowboys (-5.5) over Redskins Vikings over Packers (-2.5) Bengals (-1) over 49ers Steelers (-3.5) over Seahawks Chiefs (-7) over Raiders Bears (-2) over Broncos Rams (-1.5) over Saints Eagles (-1.5) over Falcons Browns (-6.5) over Jets Week 1 Record 11-3
Patriots WR Antonio Brown has been accused of sexually assault and rape of his former trainer, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday in the Southern District of Florida. The New York Times first reported the news Tuesday night. Brown’s former training Britney Taylor, accuses Brown of sexually assaulting her on three separate occasions in 2017 and 2018. The first alleged incident came in June 2017 at Brown’s Pittsburgh area home. Taylor in the lawsuit says Brown exposed himself and kissed her without consent at one of his Pittsburgh’s home. A month later at Brown’s home in Miami, Taylor alleges Brown masturbated near her without her knowledge and ejaculated on her back, then later bragged about it in a series of text messages that can be viewed online since the lawsuit went public where Brown says in the text to Taylor “I jack my d*** on your back”. In MayRead More »
Week 1 Takeaways SEA 21 – CIN 20: Andy Dalton was balling in throwing for 418 yards and 2 touchdowns as the Bengals nearly escaped Seattle with an upset win. Cincinnati was very well coached in this one. Russell Wilson throwing just 20 times continues to be an inexcusable approach from the Seahawks in not unleashing Wilson…… SD 30 – IND 24 (OT): The Colts showed today on the road why they’ll continue to be a tough out even with Andrew Luck retiring. Jacoby Brissett managed the game well, going an efficient 21/27 for 190 yards and 2 touchdowns. Despite a ton of cap room, Marlon Mack was a reason the Colts didn’t even place a phone call to Le’Veon Bell in free agency. Mack went off for 174 rushing yards. Adam Vinatieri finally showing his age? He missed three kicks……. DAL 35 – NYG 17: Dak Prescott $$$$$$. 25/32,Read More »
Week 1 NFL Predictions Rams over Panthers Eagles over Redskins Vikings over Falcons Bills over Jets Browns over Titans Chiefs over Jaguars Ravens over Dolphins Chargers over Colts Seahawks over Bengals Cowboys over Giants Buccaneers over 49ers Lions over Cardinals Steelers over Patriots Saints over Texans Raiders over Broncos
WEEK 1 AFC POWER RANKINGS 1. New England Patriots — The running game and defense hid some slippage from Tom Brady’s game in 2018. Now the Patriots go out and gamble on Antonio Brown and are crossing their fingers that Josh Gordon makes it through the season. If those two even go AWOL, this group will still be there again in January. For a run-heavy team, the offensive line will be a key area to watch in week 1 vs the Steelers as it’s a unit in transition with no David Andrews and Isaiah Wynn starting at left tackle — 2. Kansas City Chiefs — The Chiefs are primed to be the greatest offensive show once again with Patrick Mahomes and weapons galore around him. It won’t matter that Kansas City can’t stop anybody, at least until January. What wild times in the NFL with the Chiefs signing a notedRead More »
Bill Belichick believes he can coach anybody so here we go as the New England Patriots have agreed to a one year deal with WR Antonio Brown. The Patriots taking a swing at Brown isn’t a surprise, it’s the financial commitment they’ve made. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports Brown will receive a one year deal worth around $15 million that includes a $9 million signing bonus. The Raiders took away Brown’s guaranteed money and agent Drew Rosenhaus was able to work his magic and get Brown a $9 million signing bonus from the Super Bowl Champs. What wild times in the NFL. If Brown and Josh Gordon can actually stay on the field, what a group of three wide receiver sets Tom Brady will have at his disposal.
The Oakland Raiders made the inevitable official, releasing WR Antonio Brown. Brown does not have to clear waivers and is free to sign with anyone. Oakland appears to have done everything by the book and Brown will be a major long shot to win a grievance against the Raiders, if he decides to pursue his lost guaranteed money.
Antonio Brown is the gift that keeps on giving. After it appeared the Raiders caved to Antonio Brown by announcing he would play Monday Night and not be suspended, the organization is now showing they protected themselves in a big way and have indeed gone after the only thing that matters to Antonio Brown — Money —. Per ESPN’s Adam Schefter: “In addition to fining Antonio Brown $215,073.53 for conduct detrimental to the team that voided $29.125 million worth of guaranteed money in his contract, the Raiders sent Brown a letter that he no longer will be entitled to termination pay if they release him, per sources.” And as details of Brown’s contract have emerged, he hasn’t been paid a dime by the Raiders to this point. What the Raiders did here was make Antonio Brown a week to week player which will obviously be a no go for him.Read More »
Will Antonio Brown actually make it to Monday night without getting suspended or cut? Ed Werder of ESPN reports Brown was fined “unspecified amount” with a source telling Werder “He’s Antonio Brown been fined and he’s not happy.” Antonio Brown’s latest post on YouTube pic.twitter.com/VPYcfbfOfd — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 7, 2019 And it doesn’t appear Brown is taking the latest fine well. Brown just posted a video on his youtube page that includes a private conversation he had with Jon Gruden. Brown used the title “THIS IS MY LIFE” citing he’s more than a football player. Crazy times in not only recording a conversation with your head coach but posting it to the world. If this doesn’t get Brown cut, who knows what will.