Category: NFL

April 7, 2017 Eric Robinson No comments exist

A team that has as much intrigue as it does talent. State Of The Franchise now focuses on a possible playoff team this season, the Tennessee Titans.  Every season, there appears to be a new, up-and-coming team on the verge of surprising the masses. This past season, the Atlanta Falcons went 11-5 and earned the…

April 5, 2017 Joshua Vinson No comments exist

Memphis, Tennessee — His smile is as big as Texas and his personality can captivate anyone in his presence. He can “woo” the crowd with his accuracy and his leadership is beyond his years. Dak Prescott is no longer a rookie. He’s the new face of America’s team. News broke early yesterdat morning, that long time quarterback,…

April 5, 2017 Eric Robinson No comments exist

State Of The Franchise will now focus on the AFC South and the focal point is a team that has new leadership in the front office, the Indianapolis Colts.  What best describes the Indianapolis Colts is a quote commonly used in the hip-hop music scene: “It was all good just a week ago”. Between the…

April 4, 2017 Diamond Holton No comments exist

The Dallas Cowboys’ era of #9 has officially ended. Tony Romo has decided to retire from the NFL and pursue a broadcasting career after 13 years in Dallas. He will reportedly replace Phil Simms at CBS next season as the No. 1 color commentator. CBS apparently offered a more lucrative deal despite receiving offers from…

April 4, 2017 Eric Robinson No comments exist

  We finally enter the lovely month of April. Which means we are just a few weeks away from the party that is the NFL Draft. Prospect workouts and meetings are cranked up at this juncture of the pre-draft process. As we enter draft month, draft boards are starting to get crafted a little more…

March 30, 2017 John Davis No comments exist

For college athletes, to be at the top of your game at the collegiate level brings so much reward and grandeur. Depending on the size of the community the campus entrenches, you can sometimes be considered as the faux-mayor of the town. These quarterbacks enjoyed the harvests of their work produced for their college football…

March 29, 2017 Eric Robinson No comments exist

State Of The Franchise closes out the AFC North with a veteran team that is looking to right the ship after back-to-back non-playoff seasons, the Baltimore Ravens  Injuries, drop-off in talent, mediocrity. All three have been barricades for the Baltimore Ravens the past two seasons. Roadblocks that has prevented a team from making the playoffs…

March 28, 2017 Eric Robinson No comments exist

  For many Oakland residents, it seems to be a reoccurring nightmare. It all started 57 years ago. When the team had original plans to be named the ‘Oakland Seniors’ (thank goodness). The 1960 season was the first for the Oakland franchise. One that saw Eddie Erdelatz as the team’s first head coach. A 1-15…