Hopes of another Super Bowl were quickly dashed as the Green Bay Packers dispatched the Cowboys 34-31 in the divisional round, and left Dallas pondering what exactly happened.
The club’s 61-29 mark at the break has been propelled to no one’s surprise by a pitching staff that has lived up to the preseason accolades and predictions. The Dodgers’ 3.15 staff ERA leads all of baseball, while the squad’s nine shutouts and 240 walks allowed pace the National League at the break.
As exciting as the two electric sensations have been so far this year, they are still a couple of young kids making their first trips throughout the league.
Bradley, who averaged 7.1 points and 5.1 rebounds this past year, was going to be the inside focal point for the North Carolina attack this upcoming season. Now Hall of Fame coach Roy Williams will have to make due with a batch of new faces.
Berry’s return to the UNC fold (along with fellow senior Theo Pinson) gives the Tar Heels veteran leadership in an era where such experience is void in college basketball.
The 2017 schedule looks to be a daunting trip through the league for the Cowboys, one that will either galvanize the team for the playoffs, or send them back to the drawing board.
If the Los Angeles Dodgers want to return to the World Series for the first time since 1988, now is
North Carolina basketball has accomplished a lot during the regular season, but their year will start to be defined this week in New York.
While running backs in their thirties with previous knee injuries are not exactly foundations for a team’s future, the fact that Peterson and Charles will be available to bolster someone’s roster still comes as a shock.
The main focus for upgrades will be on the defensive side of the ball. Pass rushers were not in abundant supply for the Cowboys, who dealt with Demarcus Lawrence’s back issues and Randy Gregory’s drug suspension during most of the season.