While most of the country is still in disbelief that the Eagles won the Super Bowl, our resident Eagles fan Randy is still wearing his dog mask and Foles jersey. Hopefully we can put that behind us, and the Eagles will return to their usual disappointing selves. And with that, here are our predictions for the 2018 NFL Season!
The soccer coverage is back! At least as far as the U.S. Men’s National Team is concerned, the long writing hiatus is over. Yes, we at Head & Heart Sports realize the men in red, white, and blue will not be on a plane to Russia, no more jokes needed. And no, we absolutely are not over the general gloom of missing out. Yet, the upcoming spree of friendlies against Bolivia, Ireland, and France alongside the actual excitement of a World Cup fast approaching has inspired at least one of us to get back in the saddle with some analysis and opinion on the USMNT. After all, only 394 days until the next competitive match!
Trades should dominate the First Round of tonight’s NFL Draft, however we took our best stab at how we think the draft will shake out. Expect the unexpected!
American League Playoff Teams:
Nick Bair: AL East – New York Yankees
AL Central – Cleveland Indians
AL West – Houston Astros
Wild Card #1 – Boston Red Sox
Wild Card #2 – Minnesota Twins
For the National League Over/Under Projections, check out yesterday’s post!
After a long, slow moving, uneventful, but also weirdly exciting offseason, spring is finally here! Let’s kick things off with the National League which looks more feisty (excluding that AAA team in South Florida) than it has in the last few seasons. Baseball is back everyone, and our readers know it’s always gambling season.
A week and a half has passed since the NFL season ended. Nick and Sean are retiring their Eagles no ring jokes, while Randy is probably still running through the streets of Philadelphia wearing just a dog mask and a Nick Foles jersey. Before we look forward to free agency and the NFL Draft (RIP to Nick if the Browns draft Saquon), let’s take a look back at our predictions before the season started and how they panned out.