LeSean McCoy signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. That will make their offense even more dangerous:


Author: Jon Kuzma

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers aren’t taking their foot off of the gas. They just signed LeSean McCoy and that will give the Bucs more depth at the running back position. Ronald Jones will probably be the starter. But McCoy can definitely contribute on the ground. All he has to do is work on his ball security issues. Once McCoy corrects those problems then he’ll probably get more touches. Last year Andy Reid deactivated McCoy in the Super Bowl because he kept fumbling. Those turnovers could’ve doomed the Chiefs in their quest for the Lombardi Trophy. So that’s an area that needs improvement. However this addition still makes Tampa Bay a better team. Bruce Arians and the Buccaneers offense will have another weapon they can incorporate. Which is more good news for a franchise that already won the off-season.

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With Damien Williams opting out. The Kansas City Chiefs will turn to Clyde Edwards-Helaire:


Author: Jon Kuzma

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Damien Williams has decided to opt out of the 2020 season. And that means the Chiefs will have to start Clyde Edwards-Helaire. To be honest it felt like Edwards-Helaire was going to win the job anyway. Because he carried the LSU Tigers and that team went on to win the National Championship. Which means the Chiefs could be even better than last year. Especially since it appears that they’ll be better at the running back position. Edwards-Helaire can break defenders down in one-on-one situations. He can spin out of tackles, and jump cut all over the field. Plus he’s able to catch the football out of the backfield. That’s what Andy Reid had when Kareem Hunt was starting to flourish in a similar role. By drafting Edwards-Helaire Kansas City can get back to doing those things. And that makes them even more dangerous because they’re already deep at every position.

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The hits keep coming for the New England Patriots. They lost several key players in one day:


Author: Jon Kuzma

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It was a rough day at the office for the New England Patriots. Several players decided to opt out of the 2020 season. Dont’a Hightower, Marcus Cannon, Branden Boldon, Patrick Chung, and Danny Vitale have all decided it’s not worth the risk. It’s gotten to the point where if the league isn’t going to protect their players. Then they’ll just take it upon themselves and use the opt out clause that they have for 2020. You have to wonder if the league would bring in Shane Falco and the Replacements just to keep their “show must go on” mentality. But we do know one thing, the Patriots will be without several key players if there is a season. And the players who take over those jobs won’t be nearly as good as Hightower and the rest of those guys. Hopefully Bill Belichick can just get through the year and keep everyone safe. Right now that feels more important than wins and losses.

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There’s a growing trend in the NFL. It’s players that are opting out of the 2020 season:


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When Laurent Duvernay-Tardif was one of the first players to opt out of the 2020 season, people noticed. That’s because Duvernay-Tardif is a medical doctor. And he’s been fighting the coronavirus on the frontlines and knows firsthand how dangerous it is. So there was never any doubt that other players would follow his lead no matter what decision he made. Now we’re seeing guys like Chance Warmack and De’Anthony Thomas also choosing to sit out. So it’s clear that more and more players are starting to think there’s too much risk involved. You also have to take a look at what’s happening with Major League Baseball. The Miami Marlins are having an outbreak and they had to cancel their home opener. If the NFL can’t avoid a similar disaster. Then we have to wonder if it’s worth putting people’s lives in jeopardy?

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There’s no doubt that the New York Jets won the Jamal Adams trade:


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Jamal Adams it officially a member of the Seattle Seahawks. The New York Jets decided to trade Adams for two first round picks, a third round pick, and Bradley McDougald. Which is a great haul for the Jets considering that Adams just criticized Adam Gase and Woody Johnson. Seattle is taking a risk because what if Adams does the same thing with them? The Seahawks also gave up a lot for a safety. If you’re going to trade away two first round picks it better be for a quarterback. Otherwise that’s just too much draft capital to trade away. It seems like Pete Carroll and John Schneider got a little bit desperate. And that could hurt their chances of winning in the future.

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