NFL Power Rankings: Week 6

Kansas City Chiefs Record: 5-0 The Chiefs have been on fire this season. They kicked off the year with a dominant victory over New England in Foxborough behind phenomenal performances of rookie running back Kareem Hunt, Tyreek Hill, Alex Smith, and an all-around solid defense. Worries emerged when veteran safety Eric Berry went down with … Read more

NFL Divisional Preview: AFC West

Ch-ch-ch-changes (sing that part)! The Chargers have decided to play in Los Angeles! Even more recently the traveling gypsies, better known as the Oakland Raiders, will be known as the Las Vegas Raiders soon. Speaking of the Raiders, they were tied for the best record in the division (with Kansas City) in one of the … Read more

NFL Divisional Preview: AFC South

The NFL Draft is nearly upon us and if you do not enjoy the other major sports, then this is a welcome respite. This preview is for the AFC South and since every division gets to send a team to the playoffs we have to take each one seriously. That being said, the AFC South … Read more

NFL Divisional Preview: NFC East

Dallas Cowboys Last Season’s Record: 13-3 Positional Needs: Defensive End (DE), Cornerback (CB), Strong Safety (SS) It’s official: Tony Romo is out and Dak Prescott is in. Romo’s offseason retirement confirmed what many of us already knew; Prescott is the future of this Cowboy’s team. The Cowboys had an unexpectedly successful year with rookie quarterback … Read more

NFL Divisional Preview: NFC North

Green Bay Packers Last Season’s Record: 10-6 Positional Needs: CB, DE, RB Despite the 10-6 record the Packers had their struggles during last season. Eddie Lacy struggled mightily in 2015 and all signs pointed toward a possible bounce-back year in 2016. That of course, did not happen and Lacy was placed on season-ending IR in … Read more

NFL Divisional Preview: AFC North

Pittsburgh Steelers Last Season’s Record: 11-5 Positional Needs: LB, S, WR, QB For many teams making it to their conference’s respective championship game means they had a successful season; however, for the Steelers this means they fell short of their goal.  The offense was lethal throughout the year and should look to be even better … Read more

March Madness 2017: The South Region

The South Region has undeniable talent, and (spoiler!) also contains my pick for the National Champion. More on that later, but let’s first do a quick rundown of the top matchups in the first round: Minnesota vs Middle Tennessee Minnesota had a serviceable year in what can only be called a lackluster season for the … Read more

March Madness 2017: The East Region

March Madness is a time of great joy and sorrow for both fans of sports and fans of just having fun alike. The dream of having a perfect bracket is usually shattered in the first few days of the tournament, while those that last typically fall shortly after. I have had a few brackets finish … Read more

March Madness 2017: The West Region

The best days in sports are here!! Everyone, ready to fill out your brackets online (join the OTN Group on ESPN!) or on paper? I am here to shed a little light on the West region. Feel free to pick against me (if you did that last year you would have done very well). First, let … Read more