Teams Most Likely To Trade For Patrick Peterson

patrick peterson arizona cardinalsPatrick Peterson, one of the league’s finest cornerbacks, has reportedly demanded to be traded before next Tuesday’s trading deadline as he doesn’t want to be a part of the Arizona Cardinals anymore.

Peterson, who’s slated to make about $11 million next year and is in contract through the 2020 season, is apparently looking for a fresh start away from the team that picked him back in the first round of the 2011 draft.

Although Peterson has since denied those reports with a statement on his Instagram account, and head coach Steve Wilks has stated that trading Peterson is “out of the question,” it’s worth examining what teams are most likely to trade for him. Continue Reading →

Elway Deserves Blame For Denver Broncos’ Woes

john elway denver broncos gmAfter winning their first two games for the sixth straight year, the Denver Broncos sit at 2-4 after losing four in a row.

As the NFL enters week 7, it seems that everyone on the team is on the hot seat except perhaps the one guy who’s ultimately responsible for Denver’s football operations, John Elway.

For everything that Elway accomplished during the Payton Manning era, since Super Bowl 50 the Broncos GM has made virtually the wrong decision on every pivotal call the team has faced. Continue Reading →

Bullpen Won’t Be Enough For The Brewers To Get Past Dodgers

clayton kershaw dodgers world seriesAs they prepare to face the Los Angeles Dodgers in the National League Championship Series the red-hot Milwaukee Brewers enter with an impressive streak as they have won 11 consecutive games.

Although the Dodgers have the best rotation in the series the Brewers pitching is also a force to be reckoned with. Although the bullpen is Milwaukee’s strength, in the NLDS the Brewers made a huge statement as they held the Colorado Rockies hitters scoreless in 27 of 28 innings.

The Brewers bullpen is very deep and talented and amazingly none of those pitchers threw more than five innings in the NLDS. Continue Reading →

Senzatela and Woodruff To Clash In NLDS Opener

brandon woodruff milwaukee brewersThe N.L.D.S starts today as the Rockies travel to Milwaukee to face the Brewers in a short five-game series.

The Brewers earned the number one seed in the National League, so they will get home-field advantage all the way to the National League Championship Series if they do advance past the Rockies.

After beating the Chicago Cubs 3-1 on Monday to decide the division winner the Brewers got to rest until today’s matchup with the Rockies.

The Rockies, on the other hand, are coming off a brutal schedule as they are playing their third game, in three different cities, in three different time zones, in three days. Continue Reading →

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