Georgetown lands 3-Star Guard Jordan Riley

Indians’ Jordan Riley had 28 points, including four highlight-reel dunks. Credit: Daniel De Mato

Jordan Riley is from Brentwood, New York and is currently a rising senior at Brentwood High School. Riley is currently ranked as the 148th player in the nation. Riley will join Tyler Beard as the 2nd class of 2021 commit for the Hoyas. The Hoyas still have 2 scholarships available for the 2021-2022 season.

2020-2021 NFL Season Predictions and Preview

SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA – NOVEMBER 17: San Francisco 49ers’ Arik Armstead (91) celebrates his sack against the Arizona Cardinals in the fourth quarter at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., on Sunday, Nov. 17, 2019. The ball was ruled down. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group)

MVP- Patrick Mahomes

The best quarterback in the NFL returns and plays a full 16 games as he continues his dominance and picks up an MVP while he’s at it.

OPOY- Christian McCaffrey

McCaffrey is not only the best back in football but he’s also one of the receivers in football. His production on the ground and in the passing game will win him this award.

DPOY- Myles Garrett

This pass rusher is now entering his prime, he is now a seasoned veteran that knows exactly what to expect from the NFL. He’s already one of the best defenders in football but he will make another jump that will propel him to win the DPOY award.

OROY- Joe Burrow

Burrow had the greatest passing season in college football history. Burrow uses this momentum to put up solid numbers and win himself the OROY award.

DROY- Chase Young

Young was undeniably the best player in the draft. Young also benefits from being having veteran pass rusher Ryan Kerrigan lining up on the other side of him. With Kerrigan, offenses won’t be able to fully focus on Young allowing him to rack up a bunch of sacks.

CBPOY– Bradley Chubb

Chubb had a monster rookie year where he tallied 12 sacks, 14 TFLs, and 21 QB hits. Last season he was limited to only 4 games. He’s had a whole season and offseason to recover and he’s primed to have another very productive season.

Regular Season Record Predictions

AFC North

Ravens 12-4

Steelers 12-4

Browns 7-9

Bengals 2-14

AFC South

Titans 10-6

Colts 10-6

Texans 9-7

Jaguars 5-11

AFC East

Patriots 9-7

Bills 9-7

Dolphins 6-10

Jets 6-10

AFC West

Chiefs 12-4

Chargers 9-7

Broncos 6-10

Raiders 3-13

NFC North

Vikings 9-7

Bears 8-8

Packers 8-8

Lions 2-14

NFC South

Buccaneers 13-3

Saints 11-5

Falcons 6-10

Panthers 6-10

NFC East

Cowboys 12-4

Eagles 11-5

Giants 4-12

Washington 3-13

NFC West

49ers 11-5

Seahawks 10-6

Cardinals 8-8

Rams 7-9

Playoff Predictions *Number indicates seeding

Wild Card Round

2 Chiefs over 7 Bills

7 Seahawks over 2 Cowboys

3 Titans over 6 Colts

6 Saints over 3 49ers

5 Steelers over 4 Patriots

4 Vikings over 5 Eagles

Divisional Round

1 Ravens over 5 Steelers

7 Seahawks over 1 Buccaneers

2 Chiefs over 3 Titans

6 Saints over 4 Vikings

Championship Round

1 Ravens over 2 Chiefs

6 Saints over 7 Seahawks

Super Bowl

Saints over Ravens

2020 Preseason NFL Power Rankings

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With teams now calling their players into training camp it’s time to rank all 32 teams.

1.) Kansas City Chiefs

2.) San Francisco 49ers

3.) Baltimore Ravens

4.) New Orleans Saints

5.) Green Bay Packers

6.) Seattle Seahawks

7.) Minnesota Vikings

8.) Philadelphia Eagles

9.) Tennessee Titans

10.) Buffalo Bills

11.) Houston Texans

12.) Dallas Cowboys

13.) Pittsburgh Steelers

14.) New England Patriots

15.) Tampa Bay Buccaneers

16.) Los Angeles Rams

17.) Denver Broncos

18.) Indianapolis Colts

19.) Atlanta Falcons

20.) Arizona Cardinals

21.) Los Angeles Chargers

22.) Chicago Bears

23.) Las Vegas Raiders

24.) Cleveland Browns

25.) New York Jets

26.) Jacksonville Jaguars

27.) Carolina Panthers

28.) Miami Dolphins

29.) New York Giants

30.) Detroit Lions

31.) Cincinnati Bengals

32.) Washington

Ranking The Top 5 NFL Players At Every Position

Baltimore Ravens v Miami Dolphins
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Believe it or not, training camp is coming up so it’s time to rank the top 5 players at every position heading into this season.

Quarterbacks

1.) Patrick Mahomes

2.) Russell Wilson

3.) Lamar Jackson

4.) Drew Brees

5.) Deshaun Watson

Running Backs

1.) Christian McCaffrey

2.) Ezekiel Elliot

3.) Saquon Barkley

4.) Alvin Kamara

5.) Derrick Henry

Wide Receivers

1.) Julio Jones

2.) Michael Thomas

3.) DeAndre Hopkins

4.) Tyreek Hill

5.) Odell Beckham Jr.

Tight Ends

1.) George Kittle

2.) Travis Kelce

3.) Zach Ertz

4.) Darren Waller

5.) Rob Gronkowski

Tackles

1.) David Bakhtiari

2.) Ryan Ramczyk

3.) Mitchell Schwartz

4.) Tyron Smith

5.) Ronnie Stanley

Guards

1.) Quenton Nelson

2.) Zack Martin

3.) Brandon Brooks

4.) Brandon Scherff

5.) David DeCastro

Centers

1.) Jason Kelce

2.) Rodney Hudson

3.) Maurkice Pouncey

4.) Ryan Kelly

5.) Frank Ragnow

Edge Rushers

1.) Shaquil Barrett

2.) Za’Darius Smith

3.) Joey Bosa

4.) Myles Garret

5.) Chandler Jones

Interior Lineman

1.) Aaron Donald

2.) Chris Jones

3.) Fletcher Cox

4.) Cameron Heyward

5.) DeForest Buckner

Off Ball Linebackers

1.) Bobby Wagner

2.) Darius Leonard

3.) Eric Kendricks

4.) Demario Davis

5.) Lavonte David

Cornerbacks

1.) Stephon Gilmore

2.) Tre’Davious White

3.) Jalen Ramsey

4.) Casey Hayward

5.) Xavien Howard

Safeties

1.) Kevin Byard

2.) Minkah Fitzpatrick

3.) Justin Simmons

4.) Earl Thomas

5.) Harrison Smith