All-Time Unsung Heroes of the NFL – Chicago Bears Edition: Patrick Mannelly

Pat Mannelly played in the third most games of any long snapper in NFL history. And never botched a single snap. He set or helped set numerous league and team records. It’s time folks outside Chicago took notice.

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All-Time Unsung Heroes Of The NFL: 49ers Edition – Bryant Young

Now calling a four-time Pro Bowler and one-time All Pro defensive tackle underrated may seem like a stretch, but hear me out. Bryant Young came into the league and immediately won a Super Bowl as a rookie. The remainder of his time in a 49er uniform wasn’t nearly as fruitful. Let’s take a deeper look into his career and why he isn’t mentioned when rattling off the greats at his position.

Darrelle should Revisit New England

Darrelle Revis has made plenty of money in his NFL career. The estimated number according to sportrac.com exceeds $118 million. So at this point, his focus doesn’t need to be on money anymore. He should be looking to go to a contender and capture another ring. We all saw that Revis Island regressed from an exclusive resort…

Brandon Marshall: Eli’s Giant Addition

Say what you want about Brandon Marshall, he won’t care. He doesn’t listen to the outside noise. He suits up and chalks up 1,000-yard receiving seasons, regardless of what color jersey is on his back. The epitome of a journeyman, Marshall will be playing for his fifth team in the twelfth season of his career…

Grayson Allen: From Tourney Darling to National Enemy

Although it was just two years ago, it seems like an eternity since Grayson Allen was the apple of the college basketball world’s eye. On the 2014-15 Blue Devils squad with big name stars Jahlil Okafor, Justice Winslow and Tyus Jones, Allen quietly took over the National Championship game against Wisconsin. With Duke down 9…

How Jadeveon Clowney Went From Bust to Beast

Finally, it happened. The moment we’ve been waiting for since the 2014 draft day: Jadeveon Clowney is finally living up to the massive potential everyone saw in him in college. The potential which caused him to go #1 overall to the Texans. After two injury-plagued seasons, Clowney finally progressed into the freakish talent we’ve been…