The NFL playoffs are here and with them comes the excitment of the first Monday night wild-card game. We also have two matchups of teams meeting for the third time this season that will anchor the postseason’s opening weekend. I can't wait for to see how these games play out and determine what matchups we … Continue reading NFL Wildcard Round Predictions
There are currently some serious quarterback talent left in the NFL playoffs. As the Divisional round starts on Jan. 22nd, I thought it would be good to do a ranking before I give you my winners of the games this week. Let's see where I rank each teams respective Quarterbacks. 8. Ryan Tannehill Despite the … Continue reading Ranking the Quarterbacks Playing in the Divisional Round
Growing up as a College Football fan AND NFL fan, the NFL Draft brings both together every year as College fans watch their favorite players dreams be turned into reality, and every NFL fan is following along with their teams selections to see if the front office filled the weaknesses you saw as the year … Continue reading 2022 NFL Mock Draft 1.0 Post Wildcard
If your brother can win a Superbowl and throw 50 yards down the field, does that mean you can act like an absolute douchebag? This question was for one person and one person only, Jackson Mahomes. For me to even acknowledge Jackson Mahomes, he must have done something really stupid. I'm not talking stupid like … Continue reading The Worse Fan in NFL History
With the 2021 season going into Week 5, there is already discussion if quarterbacks are underperforming or if they are playing better than expected. There’s so much depth at the position that plenty of good players will be left off any top 10 list. Veterans Ryan Tanehill and Kirk Cousins could justifiably make the cut. … Continue reading The 10 Best Quarterbacks in the NFL
Tom Brady The GOAT has the top spot secured on this list until he finally decides to hang up the cleats, which definitely isn't this year. Even at 44, he is still 2nd in the league in passing yards and 1st in touchdown passes. Though the Buccaneers fell last week to the Rams, look for … Continue reading Top 10 Quarterbacks
Wow. Well that was fast... We are now two weeks into the college football season, and many of the top programs are under pressure for a matter of reasons. Perennial playoff powers such as Ohio State and Clemson already have a loss, possibly leaving the door open for new teams. Other big names such as … Continue reading Major Programs, Major Problems?
The end of August is here, and to many people that means one thing and ONE thing only... FOOTBALL IS BACK!!! In many places all around the United States, Football returns in full capacity for the 2021 season, and that means a lot after last season was played in front of cardboard cutout fans with … Continue reading Preseason CFB Preview
Hot takes are everywhere online and especially on Twitter. A hot take is an opinion that is usually not popular but it is something that you strongly believe in. Many hot takes are posted or said out loud just because of how controversial they are. I definitely have some of my own and my friends … Continue reading Hottest Sports Takes
Becca Meyers, who is a United States Paralympic swimmer, has withdrawn from the 2021 Tokyo Olympics due to not being able to bring her medical assistant. The U.S. Paralympian withdrew from the 2021 Tokyo Olympics after the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) denied her request to have her own personal care assistant (PCA) … Continue reading Paralympic Athlete Withdraws After Being Told She Can’t Bring Her Own Assistant Who Is Her Mother
A professional hammer thrower named Gwen Berry ended up becoming a household name around the United States for the wrong reason last weekend at Eugne, Oregon. Berry, who finished 3rd place in her event , heard the National Anthem playing while she was on the podium at the 2021 U.S. Olympic Trials. She continued by … Continue reading Gwen Berry….Wrong Place, Wrong Time
Anthony Davis was the Lakers leading scorer with 25 points, scoring 13 points in the 4th quarter. The Warriors were up 98-95 late in the 4th quarter, then the Lakers scored 7 of the game's last 9 points. Despite the Lakers shooting struggles during the game, mostly in the first half, they rallied in the … Continue reading James and Davis rally in the second half; Lakers clinch the 7th seed
Entering his 13th season, Russell Westbrook was traded to the Washington Wizards to pair alongside 3x all star shooting guard Bradley Beal. When Westbrook came into Washington, his job was to fill John Wall's shoes. The NBA media and a lot of fans doubted Westbrook had any mileage left on his athletic legs but the … Continue reading Is Westbrook Really Washed This Season?
There was this girl, her name is Rose. Rose worked during the summer time in a Cafe. One day Rose met a guy named Chris. Chris was dealing with a lot at times and some would say he comes with a lot of baggage. Little did Chris know, a person like Rose would make that … Continue reading Find Your Rose
Kyrie Irving, a former champion who is known as one of the game's best dribblers and scorers in the league, is killing it on the court right now. After a rough January for his personal life, he decided to step away from the Brooklynn Nets and focus on himself. Since rejoining the team, he has … Continue reading Kyrie Irving Is Back and Better Than Ever
James Harden has had trade rumors about him going around all year. With Houston trading Westbrook last summer, Rockets were unsure of their future with their All NBA shooting guard. Harden started out the season wrong with his first three games averaging 37 points. The last 5 games he only averaged 17 points and it … Continue reading Harden Traded to Nets in a 4 Team Blockbuster Trade that Sends Oladipo and 1st Round Picks to Houston
The first couple weeks of the 2021 NBA Season has concluded and teams are anywhere from 5 to 7 games in already. Some players have been preforming beyond their potential and some players aren't playing like themselves. The stars in the league have already looked ahead about resting and sitting back to back games and … Continue reading Who will be the 2021 NBA MVP?
Rodrigo Blankenship was just an inexpensive Free Agent signing for the Indianapolis Colts starting his rookie year. Blankenship was not one of the 7 Georgia Bulldogs selected in the 2020 NFL Draft. With the Colts losing their all-time great kicker Adam Vinatieri, it means there are some big shoes to fill in Indy. Vinatieri, the … Continue reading Respect the Specs
The rivalry of the Crestview Cougars vs Plymouth Big Red hasn't been so much of a rivalry. Ever since 1983, when my mom was a sophomore at Crestview High School, Crestview has owned the rivalry with a record of 30-7 against Plymouth. Coming off of a blowout against South Central behind Kuhn and Hamilton’s record … Continue reading Morse Motivates Cougars to Take a Share of the FC Title
I realize that I am couple weeks behind from doing weekly football picks but this will be a new weekly thing. Every week I will give you my NFL picks with their lines and my "LOCK" on the week for my fans that are sports betters. Even though I missed TNF this week for the … Continue reading NFL Week 4 Pick ‘Em
The Los Angeles Lakers are just a team full of misfits lead by Lebron James and Anthony Davis, two of the league's top 5 players. Even when the spotlight was on them all year long, they still had to compete with their Staple Center rivals the LA Clippers. With Kawhi Leonard and Paul George leaving … Continue reading Lakers looking for their 17th Championship Title
The 2020-2021 NFL season kicked off last week and I am aware that I'm a little late on this preseason football article. I will be sharing my 5 bold predictions that will happen this NFL season and I will also share my division winners along with everyone's records in their divisions. The limited fans in … Continue reading Brayden’s For Sure Five
Yes, I stepped even farther out of my comfort zone. I’m putting my insecurities to the side and I started my very own podcast focusing on NBA but other things will be talked about on it too. Find Crev’s Corner through Anchor to take a listen to the episodes! Also found on Spotify and Apple.
It’s 8/24 or better known as Kobe Bryant day. One of Kobe Bryant’s most famous accomplishments off the court was winning an Emmy for “Dear Basketball”. Kobe was a very inspiring athlete and proved that if you put the work and put your mind to it, you can achieve anything you want. So I thought … Continue reading Dear Kobe
Welcome to Crev's Corner. I am the writer, Brayden Creveling, also future host to the podcast Crev's Corner on Anchor. With this being my first blog, I thought we should keep things simple and talk about playoff basketball that will start tomorrow starting with Bucks vs Magic @ 1:30pm Eastern Time. We now will Break … Continue reading Preview of the 1st Round of the NBA Playoffs