Another Sunday brought another day of unanswered prayers, missed opportunities and broken dreams as the likes of Daniel Jones, Jamal Adams and Aaron Donald played with our emotions.
Is there anything worse than reading a book or watching a movie and getting to the end only to feel like your investment of time, energy and money was a complete waste? Welcome to Week 2 of the NFL season. Filled with punters attempting field goals, all-time greats shanking extra points, fumbles at the one-yard-line, and perfect passes being dropped with the game (and our sanity) hanging in the balance, there was plenty of remorse to go around on another painful Sunday in September.
Ohio State will have a new coach and a largely untested roster this season following the departures of Nick Bosa, Dwayne Haskins, Parris Campbell and other top talent to the NFL. We examine who's left in Columbus and predict whether the Buckeyes can compete for the College Football Playoff.
Penn State head coach James Franklin is heading into a make-or-break season after last year's disappointing 9-4 campaign. We examine whether the Nittany Lions have enough talent to claw their way to the top of the Big Ten.
Expectations are sky high for quarterback Shea Patterson as he enters his second year in Jim Harbaugh's system. Can the talented signal caller help the Wolverines avenge last season's embarrassing conclusion?
The San Francisco 49ers will try to keep rolling Monday night, when they take on Denver at Mile High Stadium. We have odds and a pick for this intriguing preseason matchup.
Bookmakers have become incredibly efficient at pricing the NFL. Roster moves are highly publicized, data drives our talent evaluations and millions of eyes follow the action on the field each week. When evaluating regular season win totals, it takes sharp eyes to catch a number that is even a half-game off.