Thursday, October 6, 2022
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We’ve witnessed the greatness of the 2019 College Football and NFL seasons, seeing Alabama finally fall short of the Playoff, along with the unexpected outburst of the Louisiana State University Tigers. Then fans witnessed something even more unforeseen, the Patriots getting a Wild-Card spot and exiting the playoff race early. College football is over, and with only two teams remaining in football’s biggest stage it’s time to think offseason. There is a lot of talent on the board for each team in the NFL Draft, as this is one of the deepest draft classes in awhile. As writers for 42Fifty, we decided to scout out the top prospects and condense the list into a first-round Mock Draft-comparing superior talent and best fits.
The Chicago Bears had a very surprising year in the 2018-2019 season, which unfortunately was cut short by a kick that was blocked by Philadelphia Eagle Treyvon Hester. Going into the season, I would say the Bears were definitely...
It is the end of October, and half of the NFL season has gone by. Many teams have faced ups and downs throughout the eight weeks of, and there have also been a few teams who have been booms so far, and some who are busts.
This past NFL offseason was loaded with surprising moves, like Odell Beckham Jr. packing his bags for Cleveland, Le’veon Bell forgoing his long vacation to sign with the New York Jets, and Landon Collins signing a massive deal with the Washington Redskins. But no acquisition turned heads like the announcement made by Andrew Luck of the Indianapolis Colts, leaving football fans speechless. Here are some of the 42Fifty staff’s opinions on Luck’s departure from the league.
There are a lot of awards that can still be taken by my second or third picks, but some of these breakout players already have these awards in the bag.

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