NFL Reacts to Golden State Warriors’ Championship
LeBron James did the best he could, but the Golden State Warriors and Kevin Durant proved to be too much for the Cleveland Cavaliers and their star attraction during Monday night’s game. The Warriors went on to take home the 2nd championship they have won in just 3 years, with a final score of 129 to 120. Congratulations and recognition of the feat poured in from all corners of the NFL.
Carson Wentz Aims at Improving Mechanics
At least one rival coach believes that the NFL ceiling that Carson Wentz has hit is responsible for the Eagles being lead to the 1st Super Bowl title in that franchise’s history.
If Wentz is going to be able to fulfil the prodigious potential he holds, however, he has to work on fixing the clear mechanical flaws he is encountering, and the bad habits which follow these, as these are what have been following him through November and December after a stunning debut in September. According to sources, Wentz is doing just that.
Security Guard Mistakes Ryan Switzer for Kicker
Ryan Switzer is a 4th-round pick for the Cowboys with a very real chance to make a big impact during his season as a rookie player. If he does manage to make a splash, and Dallas could really make use of a player able to return a punt that other players miss, the whole world will known his face. But, until this happens, Switzer is going to have to put his nose to the grindstone and do the work he needs to –a case proven by a security guard mistaking him for a kicker when the player arrived at the Cowboys’ training facility this weekend.
NZ betting sites who offer markets on the NFL would never have made this mistake –they make it their business to know who is who when it comes to players, even those yet to make their mark!
New York Jets Officially Part Ways with Eric Decker
The decision made by Jeremy Maclin on Monday, when he signed with the Ravens, has already caused an additional receiver domino to fall.
The New York Jets let their receiver, Eric Decker, go, a fact which was publicized late on Monday. The timing of Decker’s release is not really surprising, since the Ravens were the only team engaged in serious trade talks with the Jets regarding him, with the player stating that he was ready to drop his price in order to join the Baltimore squad. When that deal did not work out, the Jets shifted focus, and GM Mike Maccagnan made the unusual move last Tuesday of announcing to reporters that the Jets would be letting Decker go if they were not able to trade him.
CEO for the Jets, Woody Johnson, released a statement thanking Decker for the contributions that he had made to the team over the last 3 seasons. Johnson stated that Decker was competitive, productive, and dependable, and that his behaviour both on and off of the field was laudatory. He wished Decker the best over the remainder of his career.