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NFL 2021 Season Record Predictions by Quinn Gray

[R] denotes rookie * denotes division winner ^ denotes wild card For those who don’t know, the NFL has moved to a 17-game schedule. AFC North *Cleveland Browns 2020 record: 11-5 Projected 2021 record: 12-5 (win division by tiebreaker) Notable additions: DE Jadeveon Clowney, S John Johnson III, CB Troy Hill, CB Greg Newsome Jr. [R] Notable departures: DT Sheldon Richardson, DE Adrian Clayborn, DT Larry Ogunjobi The Browns focused on the defense this offseason, making sure to add players to positions that held them back last year. Johnson, Hill, and Newsome will greatly improve the secondary that had lots …

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2020 Feud Sports First Round NFL Mock Draft

Pick 1 — Cincinnati Bengals Joe Burrow, QB, LSU Does a world exist where the Bengals trade down and see what value they can get on a QB later in the draft? I think it does exist, but we won’t find out. The only thing up in the air here is what happens with the Red Rocket in the NFL. Pick 2 — Washington Redskins Chase Young, DE, Ohio State Washington isn’t going to take a QB, right? RIGHT!? Trade down is definitely possible, but I think they take who is likely the best prospect on their board. Pick 3 …

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Jacksonville Icemen Get Warmed Up for Regular Season

Jacksonville Icemen Get Warmed Up for Regular Season, Jacksonville Icemen Game Schedule, #FeeltheFreeze

Many look forward to October for various reasons. Halloween, dropping temperatures, and the inevitable pumpkin spice takeover are among them, just to name a few. For lovers of sports though, October makes a case as the most popular month of the year, as all four major sports are active in some form. With no action on the ice since April, Jacksonville Icemen fanatics have been longing for October for six months. At last, we have arrived, and the ECHL season is now in full swing. Locally, fans are abuzz and hopeful for the team’s return to the postseason. The had …

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Feud Exclusive: Chef Nina G Popular Among Jaguars’ Fournette, Ngakoue

“Steel Cut Oats. Egg whites, with Mozzarella cheese. Turkey bacon, but not crispy. Fresh watermelon and Midnight Beauty grapes. Orange juice with pomegranate, and a little brown sugar on the side.” Sitting on the patio of a local coffee shop, Chef Nina G rattles ’s daily breakfast off of the top of her head ecstatically, without fumbling. She dives into Fournette’s lunch and dinner preference with vigor, barely allowing me to get a word in. She’s elated to discuss the menu, but I’m more interested in how she became a personal chef for some of the ’ most popular athletes. …

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A Century-Old Rivalry: Top Plays This Millennium for the Florida-Georgia Football Game

A Century-Old Rivalry: Top Plays This Millennium for the Florida-Georgia Football Game, Brandon Spikes tackle on Moreno

The rivalry between the and the has a long, storied past. Since 1915, the has been one that not only fans of the two schools look forward to, but, in most years, it’s a marquee matchup that often decides the fate of the Southeastern Conference Championship game, held later in the season. This year the game will take place on Saturday, November 2. See below for game day details. As a Millennial, I have a unique experience when it comes to how I view this series. I’ve been told the stories of the “Fourth and Dumb” and “Run, Lindsay, run!” …

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Feud Focus: Jalen Ramsey Shipped for Picks, Did the Jacksonville Jaguars Win the Trade?

Feud Focus: Jalen Ramsey shipped for picks; did the Jacksonville Jaguars win the trade?

The Jacksonville Jaguars and Jalen Ramsey have finally parted ways. The brash and abrasive, yet extremely talented cornerback has gotten his wish to play in a bigger market and for a better team. received a decent offer of a first-round pick in 2020 and a first and fourth round pick in 2021. All seems right with the world. And, It should seem okay. The team got compensation back for a player that made it very clear he wasn’t willing to play for them anymore, and the budding star at a premium position gets out of the city that drafted him. …

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Pros & Cons: Should Miami Heat Trade for Chris Paul?

Pros & Cons: Should Miami Heat Trade for Chris Paul?, Chris Paul and Bradley Beal, Clippers at Wizards

The idea that the will ultimately trade for Chris Paul this season has been circulating for a while now, with some sources going so far as to call the deal a sure thing. As of now, no actual trade has materialized, but it’s hard to recall a situation when there seemed to be such universal agreement that an eventual deal was likely. The question is whether or not this is a good idea for a Miami team that looks ready to compete in 2019-20 – but which likely isn’t good enough to get back to title contention. We’re taking a look …

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Feud Countdown: Top Ten Jacksonville Sports Logos of All Time

Feud Countdown: Top Ten Jacksonville Sports Logos of All Time

There is something about dawning an iconic logo on a relic of a t-shirt that just makes you feel invincible. No? That’s just us? Well, we’re going to rock our retro shirts with or without approval, so you might as well just join the trend. All the cool kids are doing it. Speaking of sports logos, who doesn’t love a good countdown? will provide you with some water-cooler-worthy countdowns in the future, including our first below chronicling the top ten best sports logo in the Bold Cities’ history. Did we miss your favorite? Have an honorable mention? If you don’t …

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Feud Focus: Three Things to watch in Florida Panthers, Tampa Bay Lightning Season Opener

Feud Focus: Three Things to watch in Florida Panthers, Tampa Bay Lightning Season Opener

The first puck drop of the 2019 NHL season for the Florida Panthers and Tampa Bay Lightning is this evening at 7 p.m. in Tampa Bay at Amalie Arena. The will have its focus on these three story lines on and off the ice in the opener. Changing of the Guard Both Florida clubs were busy in the offseason, in free agency and in the front office alike. The Panthers have a new coach in Joel Quenneville who will make his debut in the season opener against the Lightning. Quennville, formerly of the Chicago Blackhawks was brought into the fold …

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Myles Jack’s Extension Paves Way for Jacksonville Jaguar Deals

Show Me the Money: Myles Jack's Extension Paves Way for Jacksonville Jaguar Deals

Show Me the Money: Will the Jaguars new draft class go down as the best in franchise history because of Myles Jack extension? The 2016 was a turning point for the franchise. Coming into that draft, the Jaguars were fresh off a disappointing 5-11 season and fans were rightfully frustrated. The team was one season removed from drafting their presumed franchise quarterback, and the team hadn’t had the improvement that was expected of them. knew something had to be done.  The upcoming draft and offseason presented a new hope for the franchise, an opportunity to improve the team and get the …

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