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Should the Jets Pay Fitz?

The Jets are obviously a defensively-oriented team but there is one quarterback in the NFL that has put the J-E-T-S Jets-Jets-Jets on their rear-end lately and his name isn’t Tom Brady or Drew Brees. Instead it’s a quarterback who over the last eight seasons averaged just a 46.4 QBR, nearly

This Week’s Tidbits May 29th

This our third edition of GameDaySportsBolg.com’s Weekly Tidbits, a video article that comes out every Sunday looking at our thoughts on the week that passed in sports and looking forward to next week. Here’s what on the docket for this week’s video: Texas is the team to beat in the American

Rank ‘Em: The Ten Best NFL Defenses of All Time

In this edition of “Rank ‘Em” we look at the 10 best defenses in NFL history. Let’s see where the Ray Lewis led Ravens defense compares to Nitschke’s Packers. Let’s see who was better, the Steel Curtain or the vaunted ’85 Bears. Did the Doomsday Defense make the list? Did

The Best Players Who Will Never Make the Hall of Fame (2000’s)

In the decade where the world was introduced to the Iphone, youtube, and the Kindle, football fans were introduced to these names that dominated the game of football. Unfortunately these players will never be introduced to the Hall of Fame as nearly all of them fell just short of career’s

2016 NFL Mock Draft III

NFL Draft: April 28th-30th This is the 3rd edition of GameDaySportsBlog.com’s Mock Draft and after the combine, Pro Days, a couple of big free agent signings, and a few major trades it looks like things have changed on the draft boards. Here is how we see the things unfolding tonight in

The 2016 NFL Draft’s Underrated and Overrated Prospects

Every year in the NFL Draft there are multiple players that are taken way to early for no real reason. Whether it is because scouts, GM's, or other front office people have not done their jobs well enough, or maybe they listened to arguably the dumbest people ESPN have ever

Christian Hackenberg & The Tale of Two Quarterbacks

In 2013 the Penn State Nittany Lions were led by one of the best quarterbacks in the conference. A quarterback who operated a difficult and complex pro style offense with ease and confidence, completing every throw an NFL scout looks for. Maybe that’s the reason nearly every scout across the

Why the Titans Already Won the Draft

In case you missed it amongst the talk of Kobe’s 60 point farewell to the NBA or Golden State’s record setting 73rd win this season, the Rams just traded for the #1 overall pick in this year’s NFL Draft, all but assuring that the Titans just became the biggest winners

Hall or No Hall: The Case For/Against Reggie Wayne

Here at GameDaySportsBlog.com we take a look at the argument for and against a player joining the elite in the Hall of Fame with our famous article section, Hall or No Hall? This edition we look at one of the most productive receivers in NFL history; recent retiree Reggie Wayne. The

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