On Jersey, featuring Drake, Future says in the hook, You do what you want when you poppin’, and Antonio Brown is doing just that.
Brown arrived at Steelers training camp on Thursday in a 1931 Rolls-Royce Phantom 1 Phaeton four-door convertible. But Brown didn’t show up driving it himself he had his own driver to go with the exquisite ride:
Based on the tunes blasting from the ride, it sounds like AB got himself an aux cord in there. It’s incredibly fitting that one of the smoothest wide receivers in the NFL made one of the smoothest entrances to training camp.
The standard five-star preview never ever favors quarterbacks well, but Brady gets the important 99 overall, as well as a 99 awareness rating. This is the fourth time Brady has received a 99 at launch, along with 2007, 2008, and 2011.
We don’t know how Rodgers stacks up against Brady in the key quarterback areas, but he’s extremely close to the top spot. His Throw on the Run is a 97 overall, which means he’s going to be awesome outside the pocket.
Ryan has always been a mid-high tier quarterback, but this year he leaves that in the dust. His 96 overall is the highest of Ryan’s career, and paired with Julio Jones will make the Falcons a force when the game is released.
Normally, buying your way into contention doesn’t quite work out it’s a classic last-ditch attempt by an embattled GM to save his job. The thing is, Reese’s spending spree … actually worked? The Giants’ defensive DVOA jumped from 30th all the way to second, while ranking 10th in yards allowed and giving up the second-fewest points in the league (17.8) one year after allowing the third-most (27.6). It was a dramatic turnaround on every level, easily the biggest reason why the Giants went from 6-10 to 11-5.