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Cam’s Corner: Best Sacks of NFL Week 4

The 33rd Team analyst and Saints’ pass rusher Cam Jordan breaks down his favorite sacks from Week 4, with a nod to his half sack with teammate Marcus Davenport against the Minnesota Vikings. Jordan also previews the Saints’ matchup against the red-hot Seahawks offense.

Week 1 Rookie Report

Week 1 Rookie Report
Whether they are high draft picks, late-round value picks or undrafted free agents, we’ll take a look each week of the NFL season at how NFL rookies are doing. Here’s this week’s report: Stock Up: Offensive Players QB: Mac Jones – Jones impressed in his debut, throwing for 281 yards, 1 TD, and 0 INTs, […]

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On the Clock: Detroit Lions

On the Clock: Detroit Lions
The Detroit Lions have had a tumultuous offseason after compiling a 5-11 record in 2020 and cleaning house from the Matt Patricia era. With new head coach Dan Campbell at the helm, the Lions also parted ways with former number one pick Matthew Stafford, trading him for Jared Goff and a slew of first-round picks […]

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On the Clock: Minnesota Vikings

On the Clock: Minnesota Vikings
Even though the Minnesota Vikings missed the playoffs after compiling a 7-9 record, their 2020 season showed some promise, especially on the offensive side of the ball. First-round pick Justin Jefferson had one of the best rookie seasons a wide receiver has ever had, as he shattered Randy Moss’ rookie records despite not having much […]

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On the Clock: Atlanta Falcons

On the Clock: Atlanta Falcons
The Atlanta Falcons had a rough season to say the least — their worst season record wise since 2013, when they also finished with a 4-12 record. This season also saw the Falcons make a number of personnel moves, and they brought in a new regime, headlined by new head coach Arthur Smith. The Falcons […]

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On the Clock: New York Giants

On the Clock: New York Giants
The New York Giants, in their first season under Joe Judge, finished with their highest win total in their last four seasons with a record of 6-10. They finished second in the division as well and were a Washington Football Team Week 17 loss away from making the playoffs. Judge and the Giants showed promise […]

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