Each week leading up to the season we here at GameDaySportsBlog.com will take a look at the 3 people who will determine the outcome of each division. Last week we took a gander at the NL West, and this week we look at the NL Central.
The National League Central may
In this edition of “Hall or No Hall” we take a look at a player who is technically still playing, but has seen very limited action as of late due to injury. Cliff Lee before this string of injuries was one of the best pitchers in the league, and some
You may think of Cam Newton as the reigning NFL MVP, the savior of the struggling Carolina Panthers, or the future at quarterback in the NFL, but, what you might not realize is that Newton’s troubled time in College Football changed the entire landscape of the college football world.
In anticipation for the next 6 Saturdays we here at GameDaySportsBlog.com will be bringing you a list of the top 3 people in each division who will be making the race for 1st place interesting. In the 1st installment we look at the NL West, a division that has only
The Golden State Warriors walked away after Thursday’s 3pm trade deadline with the same team that they went into the week with. Yet having done absolutely nothing, the Warriors became the biggest winners of the day, and their dominance so far this season had a large impact on other teams
Usually a player’s case for induction into the Hall of Fame is argued in our popular “Hall or No Hall” series. But Keith Hernandez is a former ball player who never even received 11% of the vote to be enshrined, so instead of looking for reasons not to put him
Football Season is over and just a week after the biggest Football Day of the year where you were drinking beer and yelling at Cam Newton’s offensive line, you found yourself wasting away at a fancy restaurant ordering whatever the Hell “Foie Gras” is just to impress the woman in
Last season when the Cleveland Cavaliers were getting ready to take on the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals just about every writer, including this one, wrote off Cleveland’s dominance as an indictment of the Eastern Conference. And we weren’t wrong. Cleveland struggled in the Finals despite a historic
1989 San Francisco 49ers
In 1989 the San Francisco 49ers were led by quarterback Joe Montana who played the position that season better than anybody ever has. He posted a record 112.4 passer rating in the regular season and actually got better in the postseason where he threw 11 touchdowns without
QB: 2 (A-)
Felipe Franks 4*
Kyle Trask 3*
This is exactly what the Gators program needed in this class, and considering the Gators hit a homerun at their biggest need in the cycle, McElwain has to be happy with what he signed.
Franks is the quarterback with the highest ceiling we have had