NFL Rookie of the Year Odds
The 2020 NFL Draft stood as the most distinctive iteration of the event in the league’s long history. While the draft itself has seen major revisions and evolutions over the years, the COVID-19 pandemic forced a unique set of circumstances. The rookies didn’t get invites to a green room, a draft cap handed to them in the moment, or a handshake with the commissioner. Despite virtual draft, though, many of these rookies are looking to make an instant impact on their teams. And each one will vie for NFL Rookie of the Year on...
2020 NFL Rookie Prop Bets
Gambling on NFL games in nothing new, but specific proposition bets haven’t been around that long. One of the fastest growing segments of the sports betting industry in the US, prop betting is evolving in Nevada sportsbooks and online as gaming control boards open up to these opportunities. And despite the uncertain outlook for the upcoming season, oddsmakers have wasted no time building the market for the 2020 NFL rookie prop bets.
Prop bets are wager on an individual player or specific event, and they became popular with the Super Bowl. These days, there are hundreds of specific...
Early Round Instant Impact NFL Rookies
Going from college standout to NFL rookie is not easy. The 2020 NFL Draft class will be starting further behind than usual, considering a lack of rookie mini camps thanks to COVID-19. Through video conferencing and virtual workouts, these NFL rookies are relocating across the country and trying to transition to the professional ranks amid a pandemic.
While some of these selections might have been head-scratchers back in April, there’s clear opportunity for success for some. General managers envision how these players fit, while coaches and coordinators adjust game plans and scheme fits to maximize...
The 2020 NFL Draft is now complete. Although players are unable to meet with coaches, front office staff, and members of the media face-to-face due to the Covid-19 outbreak, expectations and excitement are still high across the league. It's time to breakdown each team's players, evaluate their performances, and deliver our 2020 NFL Draft Grades.
I'd also like to say that I hope you have enjoyed our 2020 NFL Draft content. As a staff, we're excited for the 2021 NFL Draft and can't wait to show you all what we have in store over the next year.
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The Redskins enter the 2020 offseason a team in flux. Washington replaced head coach Jay Gruden after an 0-5 start to the season with interim Bill Callahan. Then, they elected to hire former Carolina Panthers head coach Ron Rivera to take the job permanently. Rivera and the Redskins draft needs are focused along the offense and in the secondary.
Redskins Draft Needs
The Redskins have committed to their first-round quarterback Dwayne Haskins, but now it's time to solidify the line in front of him and provide him with weapons to throw to.
The Trent Williams saga has thrown much of the...
Ohio State edge rusher Chase Young announced via Twitter on Friday his intention to declare for the 2020 NFL Draft.
Young sits atop most evaluator's ranks, and is the top player on our Big Board. Most assume Joe Burrow will go No. 1 overall to the Cincinnati Bengals, and Chase Young will likely follow at No. 2 to the Washington Redskins.
Chase Young dominated in 2019
Young's announcement caps his incredible career at Ohio State. He finished 2019 as the nation's leader in sacks with 16.5 and six forced fumbles. He had 46 tackles, including 21.0 tackles-for-loss. In his three years as...
With the 38-35 loss to the Miami Dolphins, the Cincinnati Bengals have officially locked up the first overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. Cincinnati has seen a steady decline over recent years, putting them in complete rebuild mode. They're currently 1-14 on the season under first-year head coach Zac Taylor. Cincinnati has locked up the first overall pick, so let's take a look at some potential prospects.
Joe Burrow, QB, LSU
Fresh off his Heisman Award, Joe Burrow looks poised to lead the LSU Tigers deep into the College Football Playoffs. Burrow has seen his NFL Draft stock take gigantic...
On Monday, the Associated Press released their All-American teams for the 2019 college football season.
Much of the first-team featured top-end talent for the 2020 NFL Draft, but the AP teams are not required to select only draft-eligible players.
AP All-American First Team Offense
Heisman trophy winner Joe Burrow headlines the offensive first-team. The LSU senior put up incredible numbers during his dominant season. He has the Tigers poised to win the National Title, and he's the odds-on favorite to be the No. 1 overall pick in the 2020 draft.
The other top-end prospects on the AP's first team are tackle Andrew Thomas...
Chase Young Scouting Report
Weight: 265 lbs
Preseason First-Team All-American by Sporting News, AP, and Phil Steele - 2019
Chuck Bednarik Award Watchlist (Nation's Top Defensive Player) - 2019
Bronko Nagurski Award Watchlist (FWAA's Top Defensive Player) - 2019
Chase Young is a standout EDGE rusher for the Ohio State Buckeyes. Young has consistently made plays for the Buckeyes and is considered by many to be the next best defensive end after Nick Bosa. In this scouting report, we’ll breakdown Chase Young and evaluate his NFL future.
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