Allegedly overrated of course.
Most overrated NFL players on all 32 teams in 2021
Not every athlete is elite, and many are touted higher than they should be. Who are the most overrated players entering the 2021 NFL season? The choice for Cincinnati is actually someone that wasn’t on the roster in 2020.
Photo Gallery | Best of Joe Burrow’s 2021 Offseason
Check out some of the best images of Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow during the 2021 offseason.
Ranking NFL’s top 10 quarterback/coach duos in 2021
Brady and Arians needed only one year together to take over No. 1. The Bengals have some work to do if Zac Taylor/Joe Burrow are going to be on this list in 2022. But with the offensive firepower they have to work with, don’t be surprised if they do make the 2022 edition.
Los Angeles Rams nod to Super Bowl history with ‘modern throwback’
The Rams have unveiled the “modern throwback” that has elements from the uniforms worn in Super Bowl XIV and Super Bowl XXXIV. They will wear the uniforms in three regular-season games in 2021: their opener against the Chicago Bears, Week 9 against the Tennessee Titans and Week 10 against the San Francisco 49ers.
The NFL’s most overrated teams ahead of 2021 season
You may want to slow your roll before banking on these teams in 2021. I’m definitely going with the under on the Rams’ win total of 10.5.
Deacon Jones led NFL in sacks a record five times
Jones led the NFL in sacks in 1964, 1965, 1967, 1968 and 1969. He also finished third in the NFL in sacks in 1966.
With Washington Football Team name change coming in 2022, here are some of the best options to choose from
Red Hogs? RedHawks? Redtails? Dan Snyder could consider these and other suggestions.
Why Washington’s new name will be the Red Wolve
I’m down for this: “The Redwolves’ mascot, “Rufus,” could lead game day chants to Duran Duran’s classic “Hungry Like the Wolf,” timed carefully with critical defensive stands. It’s doubtful, however, that wolfpack members Chase Young and Montez Sweat will be satisfied feasting on rabbits and deer.”