It seems as though every year in the NFL, there’s a young backup quarterback who’s rumored to be at the top of many QB needy teams’ list.
Day one of the NFL draft is truly a spectacle unlike any other.
The period of time between the end of the Super Bowl and the beginning of the NFL draft can be best described as “mock draft season.”
The saying goes, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”
If it wasn’t already apparent, or if anyone forgot during the Green Bay Packers four-game skid in the middle of the season, Aaron Rodgers is the baddest man in the NFL and the most deserving MVP candidate.
Down 28–3 in the third quarter, facing a white hot Atlanta Falcons offense, they did the unthinkable.