Beyond the COVID-19 pandemic, numerous subplots and turning points will shape the 2020 NFL season. Here are the ceilings, floors and record predictions for each team ahead of what will be the strangest season in the league's modern history.
The NFL has thus far navigated the COVID-19 pandemic and is less than a week away from Week 1. With that in mind, here are some obviously spot-on predictions for how the league's 101st season will unfold.
After an entertaining first round (and four Eastern Conference Second Round games), there are eight teams remaining in the Orlando Bubble. It's shaping up to be an awesome round and should have more excellent basketball (and hopefully less refereeing).
With virtually every professional sport in America back up and running, as well as football looming on the horizon, it’s been no secret that baseball has struggled for attention and viewer appeal over the recent months.
Youth is always served in sports. Players in their mid-to-late-twenties tend to dominate more often than not. However, it's always fun seeing younger players not bother to wait their turn, and excel right from the start.
The Mavericks' Cinderella story came to an end Sunday after getting ousted by the Clippers in the first round. It's clear this team needs more firepower around Luka Doncic in order to contend going forward.
Sixty-nine players chose not to play during a 2020 season set to be defined by the coronavirus. Several of those who opted out were starters, leaving many teams' depth charts weaker early in training camp.
Whether it was injuries, a bad situation, or simply poor play, many NFL players had disappointing 2019 seasons they'd like to forget. These 25 players have an opportunity to turn the page and could be primed for bounce backs this year.
MLB has become more of a young man's game in recent years, but some of the league's best players are still in their late 30's or early 40's. Here's a look at the best players in the league at every age, as of August 2020.
Over the course of the week, several other NFL teams decided to cancel practices or scrimmages both as a sign of protest and as an opportunity for players to come together and discuss their feelings about social justice, police brutality and many other related topics.
With the MLB trade deadline Wednesday, teams have big decisions to make that could alter their franchises for the short and long term. These 25 July trades from past years stand out as the biggest and best moves in deadline history.
Several changing-of-the-guard transactions changed NFL rosters this offseason. While the Chargers, Giants and Patriots saw iconic quarterbacks depart, other teams have new longest-tenured players as well.