Which player will have the biggest impact on each NFC North team?

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?”

Which Two Free Agents Best Fit 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”

The Founding Father’s: A Brief Look Into Each NFC North Team Beginnings

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”

The Three Biggest Needs After the 2020 NFL Draft for Each NFC North Team

Chicgo Bears- 1) need to improve their offensive line and recruit guards. According to footballoutsiders.com, the Bears ranked 21st in pass protection, giving up 45 total sacks. They also ranked 29th in run blocking with their RBs averaging 3.56 yards per run last year. Chicago needs guards to help their run game and improve theirContinue reading “The Three Biggest Needs After the 2020 NFL Draft for Each NFC North Team”

How Will COVID-19 Impact the NFL?

All of us football fans out there are all thinking the same thing: is there going to be a season this year? If so, how will the NFL prevent the spread of the virus with such a high contact sport? Unfortunately, the only available answer is uncertainty, but will have more answers in the upcomingContinue reading “How Will COVID-19 Impact the NFL?”

NFC North Draft Recap and Grades

Chicago Bears: Cole Kmet – TE Notre Dame, Jaylon Johnson – CB Utah, Trevis Gipson – LB Tulsa, Kindle Vildor – CB Georgia Southern, Darnell Mooney – WR Tulane, Arlington Hambright OG Colorado, and Lachavious Simmons OG Tennessee State. Draft Grade: B- The Chicago Bears did not have a first round pick this year dueContinue reading “NFC North Draft Recap and Grades”

NFC North Fantasy “Dream Team”

After watching episode 5 of the documentary “The Last Dance” on ESPN, it inspired me create an NFC North Fantasy “Dream Team.” The players on this list may not have the stardom compared to Brett Favre, Barry Sanders, etc, but could potentially give you bragging rights in your 2020 fantasy leagues. The picks below areContinue reading “NFC North Fantasy “Dream Team””

Will Green Bay Match 2019’s Winning Record?

In 2019, Green Bay ended the season with an amazing 13-3 record: sweeping the division for the first time since 2011, winning their 19th division, and owning the 10th NFC North title. Their opponents have a combined record from last year of 128-126-2 which is a 0.504-win percentage.                 Green Bay’s 2020 schedule  (https://www.packers.com/schedule/) hasContinue reading “Will Green Bay Match 2019’s Winning Record?”

Where will Everson Griffin End Up in Free Agency? Will He Stay in the NFC North?

Everson Griffin age 32, has plenty of teams eyeing up him up for the defensive end position. The veteran had a very successful and dominant career with the Minnesota Vikings, but was forced to part ways with his former team due to possible salary cap reasons. Over the past 11 seasons, Griffin had a combinedContinue reading “Where will Everson Griffin End Up in Free Agency? Will He Stay in the NFC North?”

To Be or Not to Be? Will Mitch Trubisky be the Bears’ Starting QB Next Year?

After coming back from a 12-4 season record in 2018, the Chicago Bears had high expectations last year. It seemed they were on their way to being the NFC North champions once again, however things took a turn for the worst. The 2019 Season was a struggle from the get go: the offense lost allContinue reading “To Be or Not to Be? Will Mitch Trubisky be the Bears’ Starting QB Next Year?”