Johnny Kinsley predicts the 2018 NFC East, including the lack of holes on the Eagles' roster, and an enormous amount of talent on the Redskins' front seven.
Jonathan Kinsley gives his favorite games form week 2 of the 2017 NFL season.
Jonathan Kinsley explores the underrated Kenny Britt and why he'd be a really good addition to any team needing a wide receiver.
Without citing QB wins, stats, or leadership, Jonathan Kinsley explains why Sam Bradford's quality of play has made him the MVP frontrunner so far in 2016.
Carson Wentz's hype may be too much, but Jonathan Kinsley explains why you should enjoy what he has done so far anyway with an fair perspective.
The NFL Quarterback Class of 2016 is an enigma. The general consensus is that the class does not compare to the class from the previous year (specifically Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota), but a few draft analysts have suggested otherwise, calling rookies Jared Goff and Carson Wentz future Hall of Famers or "the next Andrew … Continue reading Carson Wentz Underwhelms In Preseason Debut
Welcome to another edition of Narrative Killer, a series of articles where I tackle an NFL narrative I find to be false or stretched, and then give a different perspective on it. For this edition, I'm looking at Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford. A polarizing player, Bradford has attracted criticism not just in Philly, but … Continue reading Narrative Killer: “Sam Bradford Can’t Throw Downfield”
We’ve reached Week 16 of the NFL season, and before I get to Sunday’s Crunchtime Matchups, I want to make an exclusive preview for Saturday Night’s primetime NFC East matchup between the Washington Redskins and the Philadelphia Eagles. It’s so easy to rip the NFC East because, along with the AFC South, it has been … Continue reading NFL Crunchtime Matchups: Washington Redskins at Philadelphia Eagles (Week 16 Edition)
It’s that time of year again, where the NFL Playoff race gets tighter and tighter. Naturally, we’ve got some really good matchups/crucial playoff deciding matchups, and the margin for error is extremely slim. That is where Crunchtime Matchups comes in. With 3 weeks left, I shall write out the most important, vital, and exciting playoff … Continue reading NFL Crunchtime Matchups: Week 15, 2015
Primetime Previews: Week 7, 2015 I didn’t spend any money watching that Thursday Night Football “game” featuring the Seattle Seahawks beating the San Francisco 49ers, but I would like a refund of the time I wasted watching that farce. Week 7’s primetime games feature 3 teams named after birds and 1 team that is the … Continue reading NFL Primetime Previews: Week 7, 2015