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Week 3 IDP Report

Week 3 is among us and after two weeks of football, we’re finally seeing those IDP players come to fruition. Not to mention those that opted out and the injury bug which has really started to hit the NFL unfortunately.

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Splash’s May Hot Take-o-Meter: Breakout Players Edition

With the month of May in the books, Ryan Potts shares his latest hot takes.

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Los Angeles Chargers Draft Review

The Los Angeles Chargers started off free agency like a shock-wave. The right side of the offensive line was fortified and they added key pieces to the defense that made it potentially one of the best in the league in a weaponized division. Coming off a 5-11 season that included three straight losses to close the campaign, that was only the start.

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Los Angeles Chargers: Draft Grades and Recap

During this week’s draft, the Los Angeles Chargers built up assets to help construct the future of their franchise, writes David Taylor.

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Best Players Available Heading into Day two of the 2019 NFL Draft

Even with round one already wrapped up, there are still many great players left. There were many players who weren’t even expected to go in the first, such as Tytus Howard, L.J. Collier, and Kaleb McGary. While those players were taken off the board, there were many players who were better prospects as the same position, such as Cody Ford, Dre’Mont Jones, and Jawaan Taylor.

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Draft Profile: Nasir Adderley

The 2019 NFL Draft is going to be happening in less than a week and all the organizations are preparing their draft plans to fill their needs. Some organizations draft really well and it helps them have good seasons while others fail to address needs that make them have to wait another year. The war rooms are going to get crazy and the player’s emotions are going to be at a high, but before that let’s take a look at one of the players.

Player: Nasir Adderley

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Pittsburgh Steelers Full Mock Draft

The Pittsburgh Steelers came into the 2018 season with high expectations. They were coming off a 13-3 record, earned the #2 seed in the AFC, and were coming back with almost the same team. Those expectations never became reality however; they lost Le’Veon Bell to a holdout and they missed the playoffs with a 9-6-1 record. Then they had a disastrous offseason as they lost Antonio Brown, Le’Veon Bell, Jesse James, and Morgan Burnett.

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