Rookie receiver Kendall Hinton had to step up and lead the Broncos’ offense over the weekend, after all four QBs had to go into self-isolation. Fans should feel shortchanged by the NFL’s insistence on completing the season.COVID-19 Crisis Causing Quarterback Chaos
Fans of the Philadelphia Phillies could be forgiven for adopting a pessimistic outlook given the way that their club has drifted through the off-season when it comes to recruitment. Sure, Caleb Cotham has been hired as pitching coach, but after a disappointing 2020 campaign that does not seem to do much to improve things. For most of the last month, the Phillies have looked like an outfit that lacks direction and purpose, especially when compared with their rivals.Phillies Spend Off-Season Drifting
Anyone taking a look at the current NFL standings will surely notice the NFC East. It is a division marked by a distinct lack of quality – all four teams had managed to achieve just three wins going into Thanksgiving Day. While Washington managed to beat the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving, any team that progresses from the wretched division is almost certain to be the worst ever team to make the play-offs. Thanks to the way the NFL works, one of the NFC East teams is going to slink its way into the post-season with an abject record.NFC East Set to Make Terrible History in 2020
When Mike Tyson and Roy Jones climb into the ring this weekend in Los Angeles, spectators may be treated to a different kind of boxing spectacle. Tyson, 54, and Jones, 51, will not be fighting in the conventional professional way, it would seem, at least according to California State Athletic Commission director Andy Foster.Roy Jones versus Mike Tyson is Not a Normal Boxing Match
The 49ers’ next few games don’t look easy. They take on their divisional rival LA Rams at the end of the month, before meeting the in-form Buffalo Bills at the start of December. So what issues do the 49ers need to fix ahead of these massive games?San Francisco 49ers: What’s Gone Wrong?