So I have decided that the weekends will be a time to focus on the draft. Sometimes it will be in the form of a mock (although I will keep them spaced out) and others it will be focusing on players or position groups.
Steve Ovenden (@HappyHapySteve) takes a look at the quarterback situation in Indianapolis and where the Colts could go from here
The Quarterback, the heart of an American Football franchise, the playmaker, the man the team turn to in their hour of need. Having the right man for the job is essential to every team in the NFL. With Free Agency and the Draft fast approaching it is the time of year that these decisions need to be made in preparation for the new season. Do teams go for new blood from the Draft or Free Agency or will they stick with who they have. For some the decision makes itself, but for others they have some choosing to do and none more so than the Indianapolis Colts.
With the combine starting this week we are well and truly into draft season. There are plenty of stories out there. What will Tua Tagovailoa look like after his serious hip injury. How many of the many quarterback needy teams move up? Could the Redskins actually pass on Chase Young for a haul of picks? All of those will be answered soon enough, but one that seemingly gets more legs with each day that passes is about Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals.
The negotiations over a new collective bargaining agreement are ongoing, but the biggest change that looks set to happen is the addition of a 17th regular season game, while trimming the preseason to just three.
Hi there everyone. My name is Becky and I am going to be writing here at First and Ten. My aim is to post a new column every day. They will very much vary in length but I just want to look at what is going on in the NFL and basically give my views on it.
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Josh Capps looks ahead to the Patriots first game on Wildcard weekend since 2009. Can the Titans go in and pull off the upset?
For the first time since 2009 the Patriots are not sat at home watching the wild card games to see who comes to Foxborough next week. Instead they are preparing to take on a Tennessee side who have looked very dangerous in recent weeks and could cause some issues.
Josh Capps looks ahead to the AFC East clash where the Patriots will be looking to wrap up an unprecedented 10th straight bye.
The Dolphins face a very difficult task this Sunday as they head to New England looking to cause an upset and stop the Patriots enjoying a first round bye. A win for the Patriots will secure the number two seed and a weeks rest going into the play offs.
Steve Ovenden looks at the match-up between the Colts and Panthers
The end of the season is drawing near and the Colts are hosting the Carolina Panthers for their last home game of the season in this week 16 matchup. Having sealed their seasons fate on Monday losing to New Orleans, Indy face a Panthers side whose journey has also come to an end for the year. The last two games are now just really a case of playing for pride and, dependant on results, where they will place in the 2020 draft. If anything else it might be a chance to assess players and the whole team as a unit going forward into the new year.
Josh Capps looks at the big Saturday night AFC east clash between the Patriots and Bills
The Bills head to New England looking to spoil the party and put a bit of pressure on Brady and his ever consistent dynasty of the AFC East. A win for Buffalo would take them level with New England meaning the division would go down to the final game next weekend.