“Why did you give that pick an A?” Well, it’s obvious, isn’t it? “Because I had them picking that guy in my mock draft.” “Oh.” It’s not that I have absolutely any clue as to how the kid is going to work out for his team. The 2013 NFL Draft is still ongoing; the season is five months away.
There’s not as much excitement about this year’s NFL draft. Guess we’re out of Luck. After we had Andrew Luck and RGIII go from top of the draft to the postseason in 2012, there’s a mass of similarly skilled players vying for big paydays when the 2013 NFL Draft starts Thursday at 8 p.m. on NFL network and ESPN.
Which Harbaugh brother will hoist the Lombardi Trophy? CBS has the long pregame show and big commercials along with Super Bowl XLVII, matching the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers. Kickoff is scheduled for 6:30 p.m., pending the length of the introductions and other hoopla.
While we await Super Bowl XLVII, the NBA moves into its Sunday afternoon TV slots. The first weekend on ABC brings two top matchups. The Heat head to Boston at 1 p.m., and the Thunder close their six-game road trip at the Lakers at 3:30 p.m.
The last ride for Ray Lewis continues. The Harbaugh brothers still have a chance at a Harbaugh Super Bowl. Atlanta will host its first championship game. Tom Brady in an AFC championship game? What a surprise.
The end is near for NFL football. Time to savor the best weekend of action. The final eight set their sights on Super Bowl XLVII – four teams coming off wins and four teams that earned first-round byes.
Atlantic Coast Conference schools had 16 of their former players chosen for this year’s National Football League Pro Bowl Wednesday evening in the initial selections to the prestigious NFL all-star game.