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Jersday Blog February 28, 2019

The Round-Up

Nick Foles Philadelphia Eagle Jersey
Submitted by Joey Hasson

Well the Nick Foles era is officially over in Philly… for now. Big Dick Nick and the Eagles are like football’s Ross and Rachel. They’re just on a break.

If this really is curtains for Foles in Philly, you really have to pour one out for one of the most unlikely Super Bowl MVPs of all-time. I’ll still contend that Foles got a bad rap because he had a couple of lousy seasons in St. Louis under JEFF FISHER. Jeff Fisher stinks.

I think Foles is a solid QB and someone will scoop him up to a decent deal. We’ll always have the Philly Special. Fly Eagles Fly.

Zach Parise Minnesota Wild Jersey

I think if you’re going to get a Wild jersey, Minnesota-born Parise is one of the better ones you can rock. Here’s where the 34 year old Parise stacks up with Minnesota-born NHLers:

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While I’m on the subject Matt Cullen would be a cool Wild jersey too.

Jason Spezza Ottawa Senators Jersey

The second overall pick in 2001 is still kicking it in the NHL. That’s 18 seasons ago. Come on!

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What a draft class! Spezza, Kovalchuk AND Alexandr Svitov.Β 

As a Leafs fan you can’t talk too much about the Senators organization without breaking into hives. They have had some absolute horses when you look back at some of those early-to-mid 2000 teams. Spezza, Alfredsson, Dany “50 in ’07” Heatley, Chara, Redden, Martin Havalat, Marion Hossa, Mike Fisher-Underwood. Not too shabby.

Jersey of the Week

Brian Lewerke Michigan State Jersey

This was a toss-up. The Zach Parise is literally the nicest jersey submitted this week. The pre-2004 lockout era Spezza is an awesome throwback. But in this case the tie goes to the college football jersey with not-quite NFL calibre QB on the back. I just can’t in good conscious award a Spezza Senators jersey the Jersey of the week.

One would argue that Michigan State doesn’t even have the best college football jerseys in their own state, but I think the Spartan green and white hold up against the Jordan brand Wolverines. The Spartans have a very sharp look. These are just sick:

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Now Lewerke isn’t someone to get to wild about. A 106.1 Quarterback Rating is nothing to get too jazzed for. He did have that big rushing touchdown to edge out the Wolverines last year:

I dunno, college jerseys just do it for me.

Jersey of the Week Scoreboard:

1. @Acooksy19: 3
T2. @beamerr9: 2
T2. @wilsondrew17: 2
T3. @jefftrahan13: 1
T3. @phillydip4: 1

Suddenly Adam has some extra pressure on his heels in the standings. Hungry dogs run faster.
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The Weekly Jersey Dump

That ’79 look laps the competition.

Hopefully this means these jerseys aren’t going away. The Nets Biggie jerseys are one of the best alternates in the game and easily the best the Nets have had in years.

Yeah these are nice and all, but where’s the Atlanta Thrashers throwback?

This Stadium Series look was pretty divisive. I wouldn’t like that jersey/helmet combo if it were a regular jersey, but for special event I like the change of pace. The set-up almost looked like two AFL teams with the way the helmets looked. I thought it was cool.

A Russel/ Booker back-court would look real nice. Make it happen Suns/Nets.

I’d scoop up one of these Manny Machado Padres jerseys:
Men's San Diego Padres Manny Machado Majestic Brown Patch Flex Base Player Jersey

Four Potential Landing Spots for Le’Veon Bell

After sitting out the 2018 season, there were a lot of questions about Le’Veon Bell’s future. His relationship with the Steelers seemed to be deteriorating by the day, and now we know for sure that Pittsburgh will let Bell become an unrestricted free agent.

There was always a chance that the Steelers would franchise tag him for yet another season, but after the emergence of James Conner in 2018 it became clear that the Steelers didn’t need to pay up to get a good running back. However, there’s a long list of teams who would love to add an elite offensive weapon like Bell to their lineup, so let’s take a look at the most likely teams that Bell could sign with.

New York Jets

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Apparently, a bunch of NFL executives are already saying the Bell to the Jets is a sure thing. They need a running back, they have the cap space, and bringing in a player who is able to carry an offense the way that Bell can will definitely take some of the pressure off of Sam Darnold as he becomes comfortable in the NFL. The tough part might be convincing Bell to join a team that isn’t very good. Earlier this season a fan tweeted that he should come to the Jets for $60 million, but Bell responded saying that $60 million isn’t enough to come to New York. I mean, you’re basically guaranteed not to make the playoffs and get smoked by the Patriots twice a year. Not exactly an ideal situation.

Indianapolis Colts

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The Colts are in a similar situation to the Jets. They don’t really have a #1 running back, and giving Andrew Luck another target in addition to TY Hilton immediately improves their chances in the sometimes good, sometimes bad AFC South. Bell has hinted at his interest in joining the Colts, commenting “just imagine” on a post about Luck throwing for at least three touchdown passes in eight straight games. The Colts will have about $120 million in cap space this offseason, so Bell to the Colts is definitely possible. It also helps that the Colts are good and still improving. After a slow start to the year, Andrew Luck got back to his pre-injury form, and they even won a playoff game this year. Bell could turn the Colts into one of the top teams in the AFC.

Philadelphia Eagles

The Eagles were ready to trade for Bell earlier this season, but no deal could be made until Bell signed his franchise tag which never ended up happening. Now that Bell is going to hit the open market, should the Eagles make a move for him? Jay Ajayi won’t be under contract with them next season, and without Nick Foles on the roster the Eagles have even more cap space to work with. Bell would definitely be a worthwhile addition to a team that is in the middle of their window to contend for a Super Bowl, and could be the missing piece that gets them back to being one of the top teams in the NFC.

Miami Dolphins

This one is a bit more off the board, but it makes a lot of sense the more you think about it. While Bell was sitting early in the season, he was spending his time down in Miami. With Kenyan Drake as the only running back under contract for the 2019 season, the Dolphins could be in a position to make a big splash this offseason. The Dolphins aren’t exactly in a position to be a solid playoff contender anytime soon, and similar to the Jets they’re also going to lose to the Patriots twice a year, so it might take a little bit of extra money to convince Bell to sign, but if he values money over winning, then Bell to Miami seems to make a lot of sense. Another edge that Miami has over New York is the weather. Do you want to deal with snowstorms, or enjoy some sun in Miami all year long? Seems like a no brainer to me.

Divisional Round Preview and Predictions

Wild Card Weekend lived up to the “wild” part for sure, with everything from injured kickers, both #6 seeds winning, and a double doink to end the playoff hopes of the Chicago Bears.

Before we dive into the Divisional Round games, let’s take a quick look back at what happened during the first weekend of the playoffs.

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NFL Wild Card Weekend Preview and Predictions

Well, the NFL regular season has come and gone, and now only 12 teams will be continuing to play into January. As always, the playoff lives of some teams came down to the final games of the season, and this year it was the Steelers who were left on the outside looking in.

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The Chargers are fighting for top spot in the AFC

Week 15 in the NFL marked the start of the Saturday afternoon games. While this seems completely unnecessary, I definitely don’t hate having another day of NFL football on my TV. The week started off with a Thursday night game between the top two teams in the AFC West, who also happen to be two of the top teams in the entire NFL. All of the hype this year in the AFC has been about the Chiefs, but the Chargers have been right behind them all season long. The Chiefs took an early lead and controlled most of the game, until the last few minutes.

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Never Count Out Tom Brady and the Patriots

He did it again. After being held to just 10 points through three quarters of the AFC Championship Game, it was looking like the Jaguars were about to pull off the improbable upset over the Patriots. Turns out Tom Brady had other plans, and not even a broken hand or some stitches could slow him down. Down by 10 in the 4th quarter, it was time for Brady to get the comeback started.

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