By Joe Scibelli, Esq. Before we start this article, first and foremost, nothing of what I am writing about should be misconstrued as legal advice. I’m writing about all the questions and disturbing allegations concerning NFL quarterback Deshaun Watson. I have written a lot about Watson lately and it troubles me that this is the newest development in this off-season. I want to shed some light (which is strictly opinion) on questions I’ve read throughout social media/comments on the events
By Joe Scibelli, Esq. This offseason is continuing to be filled with more drama, and as a fan, I absolutely love it. The two biggest stories during this offseason are, however, Russell Wilson and Deshaun Watson. Both have voiced their dissatisfaction with their respective teams, both are top 7 quarterbacks, and both have recently signed ridiculous extensions. Yet, both are extremely upset with their teams and both have caused the trade rumors to stir. Stir is too light, rather erupt.
By Joe Scibelli, Esq. As the 2021 off-season continues with more surprising moves, such as J.J. Watt to the Cardinals, and even more surprising cuts, i.e. Kyle Van Noy no longer a Dolphin, 2021 is continuing to be unpredictable. This off-season there is A LOT of talent available at the wide receiver position and with all the wild moves GMs are making in the NFL, who knows if the list will grow with unexpected cuts or trades. As of March
By Joe Scibelli, Esq. With NFL free agency less than a month a way, and how well my first article went with our readers and subscribers, here is Part 2 of NFL Quarterback Trade / Free Agent Predictions. Also, for the JDFSports fans keeping track, I was correct about Carson Wentz becoming an Indianapolis Colt. Sam Darnold (Either Tampa Bay Buccaneers or Pittsburgh Steelers) The Jets are a team in a very interesting situation. The 2021 season is the last
By Joe Scibelli, Esq. Happy (late) Valentines Day. Now that the 2020 NFL season is in the books, and Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers took home the Lombardi Trophy, it’s time for some QB trade match-maker. This offseason has already started off with a bang: Matthew Stafford went down to Orange County, while Jared Goff got sent to the Motor City; the Texans are in chaos; Russell Wilson is upset; and no team wants to give the Eagles
By Joe Scibelli, Esq. Sorry to all my fans and supporters at JDFSports for being away such a long time, but I couldn’t stand the fact that we had another Alabama College Football Championship team. But talking about consistency, like Alabama or Clemson winning a National Title, Tom Brady is back in the Super Bowl, however, as a Tampa Bay Buccaneer. As the best time in sports comes to end, (at least until March Madness) one thing is usually the
By Patrick Murnane Growing up in the 2000s in Boston was wonderful, since I never had to watch teams struggle and lose year after year. Sure, I missed some important events and players: Ted Williams, Larry Bird, and Bobby Orr just to name a few. That makes me think maybe I didn’t appreciate how amazing and rewarding the past 20 years have been in New England with 12 titles between the four major sports franchises. That success seems to be
By Andrew Bezio Currently the Patriots sit at 6-7, with three games remaining, all against divisional opponents. Now they do have a 2% chance, (que the Dumb & Dumber meme), but the road to the playoffs is slim at best. Razor slim. They’ll start with a road game in Miami (8-5), where the Patriots couldn’t even win with Tom Brady at the helm. Not to mention, the Patriots are currently 2-5 on the road this season. That doesn’t seem like