Showtime tonight in Vegas! Who goes first to the Jags? Either Aidan Hutchinson or Travon Walker. After that? Never a dull moment.
Speaking of the Jags, they’ve locked up left tackle Cam Robinson through 2024. Finally, Trevor Lawrence has something to smile about.
Texans at three and 13 in Round One. In a sense, they can’t really mess up. Because they need everything.
Cowboys at 24. This all depends on what early “runs” we see on receivers, offensive linemen and pass rushers. And how much Jerrah wants to draw the spotlight to himself by moving up or down.
I really don’t often sour on guys quickly or capriciously. But I’m “lemons across” on Kyler Murray. I’m done with the guy, even if the Arizona Cardinals are not. I do not like him as a quarterback and I like him even less as a professional or a leader. D-U-N.
Panthers owner David Tepper has given the dreaded vote of confidence to head coach Matt Rhule and quarterback Sam Darnold. I’d rather be Rhule. He signed a seven-year contract two years ago. Darnold? I want to be fair. Carolina was 3-0 with Darnold at QB last season until Christian McCaffrey got hurt, and later Darnold himself missed four games with a shoulder injury. I wouldn’t give up on him if I were the Panthers. But I would use that sixth overall pick tonight to take a quarterback.
Nikola Jokic is now eligible for the aptly-named supermax contract extension. I’m good at spending other people’s money, but I’d do it if I were the Nuggets. That would be $254 million dollars well spent, in my view. What else you gonna do with that dough?
But, as Thursday dawns, Jokic is now on vacation. And the Warriors are very much open for business.
I’m kinda fired up about Bucks-Celtics. Yeah, I’ll watch. Hell, yes…
350 career homers for the Yanks’ Giancarlo Stanton in only 1,341 games. Slacker.
I’m gratefully amazed that no one has actually died through the first three weeks of the MLB season. Get this stuff fixed.
Astros back to .500, at least. But, dangit, now they’re going to have to play a team other than the Rangers.