NL Central Outlook After All-Star Break

By Grant Flood The National League Central has been one of the most unpredictable divisions in baseball this year with four of the five teams potentially finishing above .500 come the end of the season. We’ve witnessed the Brewers on an eye-catching 11 game winning streak, the Cubs with a sluggish 11 game losing streak,Continue reading “NL Central Outlook After All-Star Break”

N’Keal Harry Drops Another Ball by Requesting a Trade

By Grant Flood On July 6th, it was reported by Patriots insider, Mike Reiss, WR, N’Keal Harry was “not a lock” for the Patriots’ 53 man roster heading into the 2021-22 season. No surprise there. The 32 overall pick in the 2019 Draft was disgruntled about the news so much he requested a trade hoursContinue reading “N’Keal Harry Drops Another Ball by Requesting a Trade”

Penn State Team Breakdown

By Kellan King Penn State went 4-5 last year, but were able to salvage a nearly disastrous season after an 0-5 start. They were led by QB Sean Clifford, and had a strong offense that averaged nearly 30 ppg. It was the worst season in the James Franklin era at Penn State, and the NittanyContinue reading “Penn State Team Breakdown”

SimBull NFL Team Breakdown: The Atlanta Falcons

By Andre Monroe You just have to feel sorry for Falcons fans across the world. They’ve been subject to countless disappointments over the years. They’re coming off a 4-12 season in 2020, finishing last in their division. After an 0-5 start the Falcons fired coach Dan Quinn along with GM Thomas Dimitroff. The Falcons’ shortcomingsContinue reading “SimBull NFL Team Breakdown: The Atlanta Falcons”

New England Patriots Team Breakdown

The New England Patriots finished with a record of 7-9 in 2020, missing the playoffs for the first time since 2008. In the first season of the post-Tom Brady era the Patriots disappointed with Cam Newton struggling at quarterback. A lack of weapons was another big reason why New England looked largely abysmal on offense.Continue reading “New England Patriots Team Breakdown”

Outlook on Nick Saban’s 2021 Crimson Tide

By Grant Flood Crimson Tide Head Coach, Nick Saban, the all-time college win percentage owner, signed an 8-year extension back in 2018 worth at least $74.4M, including $400,000 in annual raises. After signing a new extension back on June 7, Saban will now make a whopping $9.3M a season until 2028. Heading into year 15Continue reading “Outlook on Nick Saban’s 2021 Crimson Tide”

Arizona Cardinals Team Breakdown

By Kellan King Last year the Cardinals went 8-8, 3rd in the NFC West. They were led by the duo of Kyler Murray and Deandre Hopkins, who together formed one of the top QB-Receiver duos in the league. At one point, the Cardinals were 6-3 coming off a hail mary win, and looked like theyContinue reading “Arizona Cardinals Team Breakdown”

Early WCC Power Rankings

By Kellan King Gonzaga Number 1 is an easy one. Gonzaga was a top team in the country, and they bring back POY candidate Drew Timme along with a top recruiting class. Freshman Chet Holmgren should have a huge impact, and they also return good role players in Andrew Nembhard and Anton Watson. If GonzagaContinue reading “Early WCC Power Rankings”