The Eagles and Ravens are in the postseason, and the Steelers and Vikings are out. The 2 teams that were eliminated both played games that ended in a tie. Tying in NFL games can drastically affect teams’ playoff chances because of win percentage.
Christmas is here and all this basketball makes me wanna blog. I’m wicked bored and I thought I’d share with the public my list because not only is it pretty biased but very unpopular in opinion. Here we go:
The Ravens are expected to part with Joe Flacco in the off-season and that will revive his career. The Ravens are not where they used to be in terms of quarterback-receiver dynamics. They have evolved into a defense dominated team and rely a lot on the running game. They no longer have that reliable receiver that Joe Flacco had great chemistry with. Torrey Smith and Steve Smith were exceptional targets for Flacco and helped him succeed. If he joins a team with a good receiving corps and a competent offensive coordinator he could very well succeed and lead a team into the playoffs. There’s so many teams that have franchise quarterbacks though, so it’ll be tough to find a team that will not only name him their starting QB, but also to give him the tools he needs to succeed. The only teams I could see Flacco going to are the Jaguars and the Redskins. They both have really confusing quarterback situations and could benefit from a veteran who’s made it to the Super Bowl. Both of their receiving corps are underrated and could really shine if Flacco gets that chemistry with them. Flacco could bring the best out of Dede Westbrook and Donte Moncrief if they play to their fullest potential. For the Skins, I could see Flacco and Josh Doctson having great chemistry, and Doctson is way too talented and brimming with potential greatness to not have a good quarterback to give him that chance. Doctson was unbelievable on TCU and could have a breakout season anytime soon, like Mike Williams for the Chargers. Other than those two teams, who are screwed in their QB department, Flacco may not have a chance to be a starter ever again
7-1 is the magic number here. That’s the Raptors’ record without Kawhi Leonard. He’s their best player; and even without him, the Raptors find a way to slaughter their opponents and throw them in the wood chipper.
Oh no, not again. Big Dick Nick is getting yet another chance at overcoming incredible odds and winning the Super Bowl for the second year in a row.
“Hey I’m Adam Ottavino, I’m an ignorant sack of dicks, and I could strike out Babe Ruth every time.” Bitch please. The words coming out of your mouth are more toxic than mine after a night of binge drinking and Taco Bell.
As much as I would hate to see the Pats lose to the Phins in their house, it’s a definite possibility. Brady’s squads have gone 7-9 in Miami and the Dolphins are 5-1 at home this season.