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The Browns offense has a Baker Mayfield problem. Here’s how Freddie Kitchens can fix it.

The Browns’ first drive of the 2019 season was everything fans in Cleveland expected it to be. Despite some minor setbacks, Baker Mayfield led the offense right down the field, executing a beautifully crafted opening script of plays. Mayfield hit Rashard Higgns after a quick three-step drop to get Cleveland going. The next play was […]

Honoring the defensive MVPs of all 30 teams

By Mark Simon, Sports Info Solutions  Though this season will be best remembered for the many balls that left the ballpark and swings that came up empty, defense was still an important part of the game. It’s looking like eight of the 10 playoff teams will finish with a positive Defensive Runs Saved total. Of […]

What To Make Of Surprising Starts From Packers, Bills, & Steelers

By Nate Weller, Sports Info Solutions A stat that has been floating around quite a bit is that teams who start the season 0-2 only make the playoffs about 10% of the time. While true, this doesn’t tell the entire story. The sample is made up largely of teams similar to the Dolphins this season […]

Top quarterbacks hitting target at absurd rate

College football’s best quarterbacks seem to have this whole offense thing figured out. According to Sports Info Solutions, the top five quarterbacks in “on target percentage” are putting the ball on the mark at least 87.9 percent of the time, with three of the top five most accurate passers calling the SEC home and two […]

5 NFL Playoff Contenders that should Sign Gerald McCoy

Any NFL team that was unhappy with its pass rush got good news Monday night when long-time Buccaneers DT Gerald McCoy was released for salary cap reasons, putting the still-productive interior pass rusher on the open market. Because NFL teams can never have enough pass rushers on the roster, the market for McCoy’s services should […]

Snapshots From a Day in the Life of the Rays’ Defense

By Mark Simon, Sports Info Solutions From the first time you go to a game, you’re taught to watch baseball in a specific way. You put the pitcher and batter in your line of sight and the rest of the field in your peripheral vision. When the batter hits the ball, you shift your focus […]

2019 MLB draft profile: 2B Chase Strumpf is an advanced hitter that could move quickly

The Detroit Tigers don’t often draft players like Chase Strumpf. Normally a club to go after shortstops, catchers, and outfielders when they are not drafting hard-throwing pitchers, the Tigers broke from their mold when they took second baseman Kody Clemens with their third round pick back in 2018. How out of character was this for them? The […]

CBS Sports Names Pass Catchers as Seahawks’ Fatal Flaw for 2019 Season

Will Brinson of CBS Sports compiled an article listing a “fatal flaw” for every NFL team as we approach a brand new season. Some examples include the Minnesota Vikings’ offensive line, the quarterback position for the Tennessee Titans, and “Father Time” for the New England Patriots. This is a Seattle Seahawks site first and foremost, so […]

Top rookies, storylines and the best (and worst) of the first quarter of season

Everything about Braves right-hander Mike Soroka is a little funky. He’s Canadian, for starters. That’s a rarity. Only eight Canadians have played in the majors this season, and that’s if you generously include Vladimir Guerrero Jr., who was born in Montreal. Soroka has an unusual delivery, in which he tilts back with his upper body as he brings […]

How the Giants can improve the running game in 2019

Eli Manning. Daniel Jones. Alex Tanney. Whoever is at quarterback probably isn’t going to change the fact the New York Giants want to run the ball. In 2018, the Giants ended the season as one of the most pass-heavy offenses in the league — 64 percent pass, which was the fifth-highest rate in the league per Sharp Football Stats […]

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