Typically, when we write career retrospectives, usually we are talking about living legends and can talk about their post-career lives. They turn to television or coaching and make Hall of Fame speeches.
Week 3 is about opportunity. The teams knocked on their heels have an opportunity to show us that they've regrouped and are ready to fight. Those surprising teams have an opportunity to show they are for real.
Arizona Cardinals QB Kyler Murray led all signal callers in Week 1, dicing up the Titans’ secondary with four TD tosses, while adding another TD on the ground. Murray’s comfortably a top-5 QB this year and a weekly must-start.
Calling defensive plays is tougher than ever in the NFL with talented quarterbacks and rules that favor offense, but someone has to do it. Here's our ranking of the top defensive play-callers heading into the 2021 season.
We have a pretty good idea who college football's current stars are entering the 2021 season. But there are those who might not necessarily have brand-name recognition just yet but can play at a high level, nonetheless.
In an effort to level the communication playing field, the NFL allowed for one defender to be outfitted with an in-helmet transmitter. This player, who wears a green dot to signify the communication device, is responsible for transmitting coaches' signals to teammates.
There is not a single draft pick who doesn’t face enormous pressure as a rookie, but there’s no denying that some are more scrutinized than others. Some rookies enter the league with expectations of becoming stars.