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The Boston Red Sox appear to be one of a few big spenders this offseason for two main reasons. The pandemic cut payroll for most
If you have been paying attention to the “Hot Stove” lately, you’ve probably heard about Trevor Bauer’s unique strategy regarding free agency. Bauer, just named
D.J. LeMahieu is a criminally underrated second baseman entering free agency in just a few weeks. He has the highest WAR out of any of
The Patriots are going to be playing against a completely different style of offense than they saw in Seattle on Sunday night. The Seahawks have
Dalton Keene is a tight end that was drafted in the third round of the 2020 NFL Draft. Keene had been receiving first-team reps late
Leonard Fournette was the fourth overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. While that may have been a little too high in hindsight, Fournette has
Every year Fantasy Drafts are one of the most commonly used features in Madden 21. I have been asked for Fantasy Draft tips and tricks.
Jumping into franchise mode has always been a great time in the Madden series. Rebuilding however can be a tricky process, especially if you do
If you are not making trades in Madden 21 Franchise mode, you are hurting your teams potential. There are over 2,000 players in Madden 21,
Madden has made fumbling much more common in recent years, to the point where it is completely unrealistic. For that reason, sliding is an important
Rebuilding a team in franchise mode is one of the most entertaining things to do in Madden 21. Choosing the right team to rebuild is
Lamar Miller (5’10”, 225 lbs) has reached an agreement to join the New England Patriots this afternoon. This news comes after the Patriots lost a
The Red Sox rotation is a broken down mess that will ruin any chance the team has of being successful. A lot of people come
The Red Sox entered the Bronx feeling much better after a two game winning streak. The trouble is, the Red Sox only have two real starters in the rotation, and now head to Yankee Stadium trying to win a series with openers.
Yesterday I wrote that the Red Sox have Nathan Eovaldi and four openers. That was slightly disrespectful to Martin Perez, who averages 5.2 IP per start over his career (158 games started). Perez had a rough debut versus the Orioles, where he gave up five runs (four earned), six hits, two walks, and struck out two batters.
The Red Sox won a much needed game in what could have been an absolute disaster. The way this team is currently constructed, the Red Sox really only have one chance to win a game every five days. That would be because of a man named Nathan Eovaldi. With Eduardo Rodriguez down due COVID-19 complications
As EA continues to unveil player ratings, we are going to take a look at the best defensive rookies in Madden 21. Developing a young
Every year players and fans alike are eager to see what the rookie ratings will be. EA has already released the top offensive rookies in
Speed is one of the most important attributes in the Madden franchise. This is an in-depth list of the top ten fastest players in Madden
How do you pick your franchise team in Madden 21? There are a couple of key factors to pay attention to when searching for a
When the Patriots signed Cam Newton, the analysts still had one complaint. If Tom Brady could not get production out of the receiving core, how
Having fast players can help create offense, and massively improve a teams range on defense. Here are the 10 fastest players in MLB The Show 20.
The Patriots lost some quality edge rushers this offseason. Both Jamie Collins and Kyle Van Noy signed large contracts to play for former Patriots defensive coordinators. The Patriots will use a mix of defensive ends and outside linebackers to contain the outside and pass rush.
When do the Patriots play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers? The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are scheduled to play the Patriots in 2021 at Gillette Stadium.
People are asking how to make Madden 20 Franchise mode fun. There are a lot of ways to improve your experience in Madden 20 so I put together all of my best tips.
Trevor Lawrence: the crown jewel of the 2021 NFL Draft class will be the most highly sought after prospect next April. We will likely see #Tank4Trevor trending at some point so let’s take a look at some possible destinations for Trevor Lawrence.
The Patriots schedule for the 2020 season is a tough one. Not only do the Patriots have the toughest strength of schedule, but they have to go into the season without Brady at the helm for the first time since 2001.
Patriots tight ends have been abysmal since the departure of Rob Gronkowski. Belichick and McDaniels were forced to shift their personnel to feature the position less than they would have liked to.
The Patriots offensive line frankly did not get the job done in 2019. Brady, who is known for having a historically quick release could not get the ball out fast enough with this line.
Patriots Wide Receivers were of the most scrutinized groups last season. Edelman is the only WR on the roster that has actually produced for the Patriots.
Patriot running backs are almost always used in a committee. This group will rotate just as much as any New England backfield. One of the deepest position groups in Foxboro is the running back bunch.
The Patriots Quarterback room took a big hit this offseason when Tom Brady decided to move down to Tampa Bay. All eyes will be on Jarrett Stidham the second the Patriots are allowed to get back into the building.
N’Keal Harry has spent this offseason working with Rischad Whitfield, who is known as the “footwork king.” Whitfield works with some of the best receivers in football, including Odell Beckham Jr. and DeAndre Hopkins.
J.J. Taylor was one of the UDFA that stood out at only 5’5″ 185 lbs. He has proven to be an above average running back at the college level and will have a shot to join a crowded Patriots backfield.
The Patriots used their draft selections to acquire depth. Meanwhile some of the best in the AFC picked up starters with serious upside.
McKinney is the highest rated player on the board. The Alabama Safety is one of the best defensive players in the class. His versatility allows him to match up against any personnel group.
Jordan Love might have the highest potential in the draft. He has the ability to throw from all angles as well as throw on the run.
Justin Herbert is an enticing prospect given his size and tangibles. He has every genetic gift needed to be an elite NFL quarterback.
My favorite part of Tua’s game is his attention to detail. He has extremely good footwork and mechanics.
The most impressive thing I can say about Joe Burrow is that you sometimes forget if you are watching a highlight reel or regular film with Burrow.
Jarrett Stidham actually looks to be a solid starting Quarterback. I do not expect an All-Pro season in year one but I fully believe Josh McDaniels feels confident he can run his offense through Stidham.
One of the most important parts of building a successful franchise is to make some key trades along the way. Nothing gets your future dynasty
The MLB is loaded with young talent heading into the 2020 season. Now that MLB The Show 20 has implemented real-life prospects, another element has been added to the franchise team selection process.
Yes the Red Sox are still discussing a trade involving Wil Myers, even with Mookie Betts already gone. The trade however is not based around bringing Myers to Boston. Cal Quantrill is the “centerpiece” of the trade.
Bobby Dalbec enters 2020 as the Red Sox third-ranked prospect behind newly acquired 2B/SS Jeter Downs and 19-year-old 1B Tristan Casas. He is however the most intriguing Red Sox prospect in Spring Training because he is expected to make his MLB debut at some point in this upcoming season.
C.J. Chatham is someone to keep an eye on this Spring Training. At 25-years-old, Chatham is a seasoned middle infielder that could provide value right away. Boston drafted Chatham in the second round of the 2016 draft. I could see Chatham playing a similar role as Brock Holt did for so many years.
The MLB has made a rule change that has expanded number of players on a team from 25 to 26. Here is a look at the probable 2020 Opening Day Roster.
There is a perception around Mookie Betts – that he did not want to be in Boston, which is not true. Mookie recognized that he is a generational talent and that he deserves to be paid a record amount of money.
The Red Sox are comfortably under the luxury tax, here is how they should spend their remaining funds:
Overall, these players could help make the 2020 season a little less miserable. They also could all help rebuild the Red Sox farm system is they can produce enough to be worthy of a trade. These one-year deals could really make next season much more enjoyable.
Going into the week Josh McDaniels was a top head coaching candidate as he has been for years.