The game of football has evolved over the last decade plus. Fullbacks have disappeared, wide receivers are getting paid big bucks, teams use a variety of guys in the backfield and everything is just so much more about getting your playmakers the ball in space. While all these things might be true and everybody knows the names of the superstars with the ball in their hands, to me there’s no doubt that the game is still won and lost in the trenches. If you can dictate the pace of the game and set the tone up front, you put yourself in a very good position to succeed. Therefore I wanted to take a look at which teams have the most dominants fronts on both sides of the ball. I expect about eight of these ten teams to make the playoffs in 2018.
In episode 60- of The Defy Life Podcast the guys discuss the NBA Finals, Terrell Owens attempt to comeback, the most difficult position to play in sports and more!
It’s fairly easy to figure why Donald Trump uninvited the Philadelphia Eagles to visit the White House…no one was coming anyway.
Dwight Clark, who was on the receiving end of the play simply known as “the catch” during the 1981 NFL Championship Game between the 49ers and the Cowboys has died after a year long battle with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), or Lou Gehrig’s disease.
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On Wednesday 5/30/18 Kim Kardashian met with President Donald Trump to request a pardon for Alice Marie Johnson, a 62-year-old woman serving a life sentence for a first time drug offense.
In episode 59 of The Defy Life Podcast the guys preview the NBA Finals, talk NFL anthem repercussions, home field advantage in sports and more!
Continuing my series on the biggest needs for every NFL team after the main phase of free agency and the draft, I’m jumping to the opposite conference. Once again, this could be starters, backups or in one case even a strategic change necessary. Not only is it the lesser accomplished teams that need some help, even the powerhouses could use some serious upgrades. Here we go: