2021 NFL Draft

The 2021 NFL Draft is just around the corner; four days away! As always, the draft will last three days beginning on Thursday, April 29th and ending Saturday, May 1st.

The top five picks will go to:

  1. Jacksonville Jaguars
  2. New York Jets
  3. San Francisco 49ers
  4. Atlanta Falcons
  5. Cincinnati Bengals

The Pittsburgh Steelers ended the 2020/2021 season with a 12-4 record, and they’ll get the 24th pick on the 29th. The Steelers used their past seven first round picks to draft defensive players, and five of those were linebackers. Things might be different this year though. Ben Roethlisberger is getting closer to retirement, and Pittsburgh is going to have to address that issue at some point. Draft experts are saying although they may not go for a quarterback this year, they might use their first pick to bring in some fresh offensive talent.

Who is going to be the first pick of the first round in the 2021 NFL Draft?

Well, they’re saying Clemson QB, Trevor Lawrence will go to Jacksonville, but I guess we’ll have to wait and see!

Tune in Thursday!

Nooz Now

Online publication, The Economic Times just dropped a story about an automobile accident in Texas. Two people were killed in this accident when their Tesla vehicle hit a tree and burst into flames. What makes this story unique is when the police arrived, one person was found in the back seat and one in the passenger seat, which left the question; who the fu!k was driving the car? Police are 99% sure no one was driving the car. Tesla is now answering questions about the driver assistance feature in this car and others.

🏛 Some say the Biden Administration pulled a page from George Orwell’s 1984 when they ordered the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to change their vocabulary.

Words and Phrases Forbidden: Illegal Alien, Undocumented Alien, Alien, Alienage, Unaccompanied Alien Children, Assimilation, and Immigrant Assimilation.

Replaced With: Undocumented noncitizen, Undocumented Individual or Undocumented Migrant, Noncitizenship, Noncitizen Unaccompanied Children, Integration or Civil Integration, and Immigrant Integration.

🏈 Rusty Hardin is the attorney representing Houston Texans QB, Deshaun Watson. Hardin says the 22 women who filed a lawsuit against Watson claiming he either sexually assaulted or harassed them are totally lying. Hardin says all their accusations are false. In addition, there was a 23rd woman who also filed a lawsuit against Watson for the same claims, but she withdrew her lawsuit as soon as she found out some of the women involved were being ordered to make their names public. Interesting.

Have a wonderful evening!

Buccaneers Set To Make History

In NFL news yesterday, The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Green Bay Packers took the field in an all-out battle, and it was the Buccaneers who were victorious 31-26. With the win, Tampa Bay earned a trip to the 2021 Super bowl which will be their first appearance since 2002; John Gruden was the Head Coach then.

Here’s the kicker, and no, I’m not talking about Ryan Succop; Tampa Bay won’t have to travel far because..

Super Bowl 55 will be played at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, Florida, making this year’s Tampa Bay team the first team in NFL history to host a Super Bowl in their home stadium. Kickoff is scheduled for Sunday, February 7th, at 6:30.

And their opponent? It’s the Kansas City Chiefs. Kansas City won yesterday defeating the Buffalo Bills 38-24. This will be the Chiefs third Super Bowl trip in 41 years. In 1970 they beat the Vikings, and in 2020, the 49ers.

Enjoy the game!

Using the Pandemic to F!@k You!

Online publication, The Mon Valley Independent (whatever that means), published an article written by Taylor Brown discussing rule changes for Pennsylvania bars and resturants.

Written in the article: On Thursday, Gov Tom Wolf and Health Secretary Dr. Rachael Levine signed new orders loosing restrictions on alcohol sales, but not by much.

Last week, Wolf announced that bars and restaurants could increase their indoor seating capacity from 25% to 50% starting Monday-if they go through an online self-certification process by October 5th-and force on-premise alcohol consumption to end at 10 p.m.

I don’t own a bar or restaurant in Pennsylvania, but if I did, I’d probably be standing outside the Governor’s office right now.

If there’s a better example of the Government using the current pandemic conditions to infringe further into the lives of private business owners someone please show me.

You want bar and restaurant owners to stop serving alcohol by 10 p.m…..WHY? I’m interested in how that’s going to prevent the spread of a pandemic you’re clearly taking advantage of now.

And….a self-certification process for what?

Ten years ago someone said reeducation camps, and everyone laughed and said, “Yeah right! What is this Nazi Germany?”

Okay, so they’re not physically putting anyone into a caged camp, but what do you think forcing you to stay in your home and take online courses is?

Next topic.

I didn’t watch the NFL, but I heard their was two different National Anthems sung or played before one of the games. I couldn’t believe it. TWO DIFFERENT NATONAL ANTHEMS? That means we no longer live in the United States of America…Where do we live then?

I don’t know, I’m asking.

Team owners, coaches, and the NFL front office should be ashamed of themselves for letting politics and agenda driven propaganda destroy one of the greatest and most meaningful sports ever.