#Nfl Quarterback

Tom Brady is ‘most-hated’ NFL player in 36 states, Michigan picks Aaron Rodgers

Tom Brady is the “most hated” player in the NFL, according to a survey of geotagged Twitter data. The data, compiled by betonline, examined more than 170,000 tweets in the last month, tracking negative tweets, hashtags, and keyword phrases about specific players. For example, “I hate Tom Brady,” “hate Brady,” “Tom Brady sucks,” “I hate Aaron Rodgers,” “I hate Baker Mayfield,” “Baker Mayfield sucks,” as well as some more “colorful” phrases.
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NFL World Reacts To Latest Colin Kaepernick News

Colin Kaepernick hasn’t played professional football in five years, but the 33-year-old quarterback isn’t giving up yet. The former NFL quarterback revealed in a new interview with EBONY magazine that he’s still training as hard as ever, hoping a team will sign him. Kaepernick last played in the NFL in...
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Aaron Rodgers’ Biggest Piece of Advice for Young NFL QB is to Slide, But Admits 1 Doesn’t Need To: ‘He’s so Damn Fast’

In today’s NFL, almost all young quarterbacks have the ability to escape the pocket and run. Gone are the days when statuesque passers dominate the game. In this new era, QBs need escapability and athleticism. A lot of this trend goes back to the success of Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. He combined the arm talent and mobility that teams look for today.

NFL Week 6 “Sharps vs. Squares” Report

Sharps vs. squares. It’s the biggest battle in the sports betting world, akin to the Hatfields and McCoys. The sharps are the professional bettors, while the squares are the average Joes of the betting world. These two sides often don’t see eye-to-eye on the same game, which creates an exciting dynamic in the betting market.

Myles Garrett Uses Quarterback Gravestones for Halloween Decorations

View the original article to see embedded media. Myles Garrett has put plenty of fear into quarterbacks in five NFL seasons, and Cleveland's defensive end is taking the same approach off the field as Halloween approaches. Garrett is celebrating Halloween this year by placing a slate of gravestones in his...

This Week on HSCF’s “Hunting Matters” Radio & Podcast: Former Pro-Bowler and NFL Quarterback Dan Pastorini

Houston Safari Club Foundation (HSCF) and “Hunting Matters” welcomes Dan Pastorini, the former quarterback for the NFL’s Houston Oilers. Dante “Dan” Pastorini reached legendary status in the 1970s as the dashing young quarterback of the Houston Oilers. Selected No. 3 overall in the 1971 NFL Draft out of the University of Santa Clara in California, Pastorini arrived in Houston with the expectation he could rescue the moribund team and take them to the top of the league. It didn’t take long for Houstonians to truly embrace Pastorini, and with salt-of-the-earth head coach Bum Phillips and colorful teammates like Billy “White Shoes” Johnson, Elvin Bethea and Earl Campbell, the memorable “Luv Ya Blue” era was born. Before long, the entire country was shaking Columbia Blue pom-poms for the Oilers and Pastorini’s legacy — bolstered by a record-setting role in the 1974 Pro Bowl — was cemented in place.

Trailer Revealed for ‘Colin in Black & White’ | October 29th on Netflix

“Colin in Black & White” in coming to Netflix on October 29th, 2021, check out the New Trailer!. The series will have six half-hour episodes. Eploring former San Francisco 49ers quarterback, Colin Kaepernick’s high school years leading up to him becoming the activist he is today. From co-creators Ava DuVernay...

Colin Kaepernick Says He Still Trains to Quarterback an NFL Team to a Super Bowl

In a rare interview, former NFL quarterback and American activist Colin Kaepernick said he still trains to play in the NFL. "I am still up at 5 a.m. training five, six days a week making sure I’m prepared to take a team to a Super Bowl again," he told Ebony. "That’s not something I will ever let go of, regardless of the actions of 32 teams and their partners to deny me employment. The same way I was persistent in high school is the same way I’m gonna be persistent here."

Quarterback Rankings: NFL Fantasy Week 6

My Week 6 fantasy quarterback rankings are pretty aligned with the ECR (Expert Consensus Rankings). The biggest difference is I have Trevor Lawrence closer to 20 and the ECR has him closer to 15. If you've been consulting my rankings this season, you know that's nothing. The same is true for me liking Lamar Jackson more than Kyler Murray or Tom Brady this week. Due to so little variation, I want to talk about the top of the QB rankings.