Getty Images Michigan defensive end Rashan Gary wouldn’t talk about starting his own sports agency, even though he wore a shirt promoting Rashan Gary Sports. A representative said the player wants to put all his focus and all his energy into preparing for the NFL Combine and his Pro Day. Scouts are all over the place on Gary, a supremely talented athlete who likely goes early in the first round despite his lack of production at Michigan. It makes Gary one of the most intriguing prospects in the draft, a high-risk, high-reward player. “I feel like I’m the best player in the draft, defensively and offensively,” Gary said Wednesday during media day at the Michael Johnson Performance Center. “I’m the best player in the draft. “The team [that drafts me] is going to get Rashan Gary. I’m a blue-collar worker. Every day, head down, learn the ways of the team, be the best now and be the best for that team and be the best for that state and … [Read more...] about Rashan Gary calls himself “the best player in the draft”
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Getty Images When the Raiders traded Khalil Mack, they sent away the best player in the NFL — according to some of his former teammates. NFL Media is currently surveying players for its annual offseason “Top 100” list, ranking the best players in the league. Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal asked two Raiders who they voted for No. 1, and both said they voted for Mack. There are some flaws in the way NFL Media compiles the Top 100 list, and some players have acknowledged they don’t necessarily put much stock into the voting. But the fact that two players on the Raiders think Jon Gruden sent the best player in football packing can’t be a great sign that the team is buying into what Gruden is doing. … [Read more...] about Two Raiders players vote for Khalil Mack as the best player in the NFL
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Patrick Mahomes exploded once again to lead the Chiefs past the 49ers on Sunday by Sean Wagner-McGough @seanjwagner 2m ago • 6 min read Holy Mahomes. It's been three weeks and Patrick Mahomes is already running away with MVP. That's how impossibly good -- historically good, really -- Mahomes has been. With Mahomes at the helm, the Chiefs' offense is redefining what video-game good means. This is peak offensive football on steroids. Watching the Chiefs' offense is like watching football on hallucinogenic drugs. The Chiefs don't have a defense, but they still might be the best team in football because their offense is operating in its own universe while the rest of the league toils back on Earth. On Sunday, the Chiefs hosted the 49ers in their first home game of the season. They KO'd the 49ers in the first half, leaping out to a 28-point lead and eventually settling for a comfortable 38-27 win that pushed their record to 3-0 while … [Read more...] about 49ers vs. Chiefs final score, takeaways: Mahomes is the NFL’s best QB in the NFL’s best offense
You can’t win a championship in Week 1 — but don’t tell that to Packers fans. Aaron Rodgers performed a miraculous feat to bring the Packers back from a 17-point deficit and rip the hearts out of every fan in the greater Chicago area. It felt like a vintage Rodgers performance, even though he scared everyone when he left briefly with a knee injury. It’s a reminder of how precarious championship hopes can be. But if you can’t lose a Super Bowl in Week 1, either. That’s good news for Steelers fans. Pittsburgh suffered through one of its worst openers in recent memory Sunday, squandering a 21-7 lead against the Browns in an overtime tie that still felt like a loss. Ben Roethlisberger raised some very real questions about a possible decline in his 15th season as a pro, throwing for 335 yards but also turning the ball over five times. With the Bengals and Ravens each earning wins Sunday — and in the latter case, an emphatic one — the Steelers … [Read more...] about 5 overreactions from Week 1 in the NFL