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Is there a QB Controversy in Tampa Bay?

What’s up Buccaneers’ fam! It’s me your favorite Bucs writer. Well, one of your favorites. Top ten?  I’m at least in your top ten right?  You know what, it’s not important. Everywhere I look on twitter people are arguing about who should be the Buccaneers quarterback going forward.  They are asking how long will it …

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What The Josh Gordon Trade Means For The Patriots

The Patriots unsurprisingly surprised the entire league on Monday by trading for troubled Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon. New England sent Cleveland a 2019 Fifth Round Draft Pick in exchange for the former All-Pro wideout, with the condition that if Gordon is not active for at least 10 games this season then Cleveland will have …

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Ezekiel Elliott

The Gloat: Cowboys Dominate Giants

That’s more like it; the Dallas Cowboys got their first win of the season an avoided going 0-2 with a 20-13 beat down of the New York Giants. All week the Cowboys were dogged because of their season opening dud, but tonight was a different story. The game began with an offensive explosion. On the …

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Jets Home Opener Tailgate – FISH FRY!

Wow, talk about fortuitous. Walk in from holding court at my secure undisclosed location,  sit down to write, and Overkill (the fifth member of the Big Four) comes on playing ‘Wrecking Crew.’ Another unappreciated band from N.J. , like Floridians have Savatage. So Darnold so far has started his neophyte career looking like the pre-shaving …

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Patriots Pass Rush Trending Upwards

One of the most significant weaknesses of the 2017 Patriots was their lack of a serious pass rush. Throughout the course of the season, there was not a single game where New England’s defensive line seemed to have an upper hand against an opposing offensive line, with the most obvious example being the Super Bowl. …

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Dak Prescott, Jason Garrett, and Scott Linehan

Panthers 16, Cowboys 8 – Feeling a Campo Era

We’re not the Bills. That’s probably one of the better things that can be said of the 2018 Cowboys debut. A team that kept many of its starters in the freezer this preseason took three quarters to thaw, falling behind 16-0 early in the 4th quarter before gaining some early season traction. The defense melted …

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Dak Prescott

Cowboys WR Unit – Dak Friendly Time

Part three of SportTalkLine’s interview with ESPN analyst KC Joyner looks at the expectations fan can have for the 2018 receiving unit and what Dak Prescott can do to maximize their performance. Sports Talk Line: The Cowboys completely overhauled their receiving unit this year. Changed the position coach. Let Dez Bryant go. Cole Beasley is …

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Ezekile Elliott 1st Down

Back to the Bell-Cow: What the Old Zeke Elliott Could Mean to the New Cowboys

Back to the Bell-Cow: What the Old Zeke Elliott Could Mean to the New Cowboys Part two of Cowboys Nation’s interview with ESPN football analyst KC Joyner looks at the Cowboys’ offensive line metrics, Ezekiel Elliott’s lost 2017 campaign and what a return to his 2016 form could mean to the club. Sports Talk Line: …

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Dez Bryant

X-ed Out: The Split End Killed the Cowboys’ 2017 Deep Passing Attack

K.C. Joyner has been a friend of my sites going back to the mid-2000s before he made his move to ESPN. This week, KC joined me for an interview to promote Scientific Football 2018, the 15th edition of his groundbreaking books, which inspired competitors like Pro Football Focus. In this edition, we take a deep …

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