We are in the full swing of things in the college football season and many prospects have seen their stock rise and fall for the 2022 draft.
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The Buffalo Bills are back in the playoffs and their in-game adjustments against Miami helped them finish the regular season off with a bang.
Mitchell Trubisky’s improved play along with Nagy’s play-calling has the Bears knocking on the door of the playoffs.
AJ Brown is quickly becoming one of the best young receivers in the NFL and is adding more and more nuance to his game every single week.
Jalen Hurts finally got his first start and was efficient running the offense, added a running threat, and was able to pull out the victory.
The Packers run defense has been a concern for fans for two years in a row now but Pettine’s scheme keeps inviting teams to run the ball.
Tampa has made things work well enough to be solidly in a wildcard spot, but there are some concerns to be had about Tom Brady’s deep ball.
Jaylen Waddle has speed that can kill but he isn’t just a deep threat. He’s a well-rounded WR that has great hands and route running ability.
Taysom Hill got his first start as the QB for the Saints and he did not disappoint. He showed accuracy, poise, and proved he belongs.