Here are my picks for the regular season win totals in the NFL. I just moved to Atlanta, but I am not partial to the Falcons just yet. I am encountering everything Peach Tree, right down to the name of the moving company that got us here safely. Speaking of spending time moving to Atlanta, I did not have a lot of time to explain my picks other than a quick blurb. I will get more in-depth in later posts:
Roger Goodell is in a very tough situation. He will come out of the decision as the bad guy no matter what the outcome is. The NFL appeal process is an odd one due to the fact that the same person that gave the punishment is in charge of handling the appeal of that very punishment.
Let’s face it, Tom Brady is not a widely-loved player outside of the Patriot fan base. Which is odd to me considering he is one of the biggest underdog stories in sports history, not to mention NFL. This a 4-time champion was almost undrafted and rose to the top with amazing determination. There is a great 30 for 30 on his story that is a must-see.
These are the 5 teams that we here at the blog feel will have a break out season even though they struggled in 2014. We also put aside our laziness momentarily to tell you why these teams will make a big recovery.
1. Miami Dolphins
Everyone is hyping their already stout defense getting the addition of Ndamukong Suh. But one of the most underrated young quarterbacks in the league (second to Bridgewater) is Tannehill. Look at these trends:
2012- 12TD … 13INT … 76.1QBR
2013- 24TD … 17INT … 81.7QBR
2014- 27TD … 12INT … 92.8QBR
This is the definition of a young quarterback quietly making a name for himself. I like the Dolphins to possibly take the division from the Patriots this year.
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