NFC North News Blogs
As every Vikings fan knows, one of the biggest weaknesses on the team last year was the interior line. This weakness is something they haven’t quite addressed in the draft or free agency this year and it they may be too late to fix it. The best solution would have been to go get JasonContinue reading “Why Minnesota Vikings may have lost their chance at strengthening their interior line this year?”
We have seen some big names out of Detroit be placed on the COVID-19 list but that doesn’t mean we won’t be seeing some competition on the field for training camp. Here’s a deeper look into what I feel are the top 3 training camp position battles for the Lions this year. Cornerback – TheContinue reading “The Detroit Lions Top 3 Training Camp Battles”
With all the players set to report to training camp today, here are the top three position groups to watch for during the Chicago Bears training camp. Tight End – Chicago just released veteran Ben Braunecker and Adam Shaheen was just traded to the Dolphins for a 6th-7th round pick next year. The Bears haveContinue reading “The Chicago Bears Top 3 Training Camp Battles”
Training camp is just around the corner starting for all players on July 28th. So lets take a look at the Top 5 position battles for the Minnesota Vikings training camp this year. 1. Cornerback- This may be one of the fiercest position battles in any NFL training camp this year. With allot of newContinue reading “The Minnesota Vikings Top 5 Training Camp Battles”
All the players are scheduled to report to training camp on July 28th. With that in mind, here are five position groups to watch during Packers training camp. 1.) Middle Linebacker- The packers have 6 middle linebackers on their roster; Christian Kirksey, Oren Burks, Ty Summers, Kamal Martin, Krys Barnes, and Curtis Bolton. After lettingContinue reading “The Green Bay Packers Top Five Training Camp Battles”
With training camp opening up on July 28th, Jadeveon Clowney (age 27) is still on the free agency wire waiting for a team to flip the bill and sign the 6 year vet. His desired 20 million dollar contract may be too much money for some NFL teams, but others would be more than happyContinue reading “Why signing Jadeveon Clowney makes too much sense for the Detroit Lions”
While watching the 2019 NFL Draft, I was surprised and felt little underwhelmed when the Packers took Rashan Gary with the 12th overall pick, the highest pick they have had since 2009. Gary standing 6’4” 277 Lbs. tested out with 4.58 seconds in the 40-yard dash, 4.29 seconds in the 20-yard shuttle, 7.26 seconds inContinue reading “Rashan Gary Beast, Bust, or Still Needs More Time?”
By: Mike Olesewski Over the last three years the NFC North has seen three different division winners (’17 Minnesota, ’18 Chicago, ’19 Green Bay). Rivalries run deep and these teams often build with no other intention but to beat each other. Predicting winner vs loser doesn’t seem to get any easier, but this year mayContinue reading “Which player will have the biggest impact on each NFC North team?”
The Chicago Bears have $12.4 million in cap space. The first FA they should pursue is Larry Warford. Originally drafted by Detroit in the third round, Warford played four seasons and then signed in free agency by New Orleans to a four-year $34 million deal. He made the pro bowl each of the three seasonsContinue reading “Which Two Free Agents Best Fit Each NFC North Team”
Lions History-The Portsmouth Spartans started in 1928, when local residents funded a team stadium to be built in their city of Portsmouth, Ohio. The team was eventually accepted to NFL two years later in 1930. After fours years of continued success, the team still struggled to bring in enough revenue to keep things afloat. That’sContinue reading “The Founding Father’s: A Brief Look Into Each NFC North Team Beginnings”
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