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Brent Sternberg

Roar Guru

Joined July 2018







Lifelong Richmond fan and sports fan in general. Never assume anything, I'll assume you already knew that.



That will be the fun and games of it all. No doubt Detroit, Houston, maybe even the Giants all need QBs. Do they feign interest to try generate a trade?

If Washington decide Pickett is their man then of course they’ll pull the trigger on a trade because teams won’t take the risk and settle for the next best at that position.

That’s what makes it so unique and difficult to predict.

Early 2022 NFL draft predictions: Non-playoff teams

I’m assuming you’re implying they trade up for a quarterback? Potentially, but I doubt we’ll see much of that this year given the weaker crop. There’s nothing to say a general manager or coach won’t fall in love with someone during the pre-draft process, however.

Early 2022 NFL draft predictions: Non-playoff teams

Just a quick correction re: the most sacked quarterback in 2021. It was in fact Cincinnati’s Joe Burrow, not Ryan Tannehill as stated above. The stats can be viewed via the link below. Apologies for the mix up.

Early 2022 NFL draft predictions: Non-playoff teams

Hey Tahtah, thanks for reading.
You can find my thoughts on the Jets (and the rest of the AFC east below). Cheers #JetUp.

NFL off-season previews: D-Day for Dak Prescott, perplexing Detroit

Hi Jamie, thanks for reading mate.

I wish I’d meant Martin. It’s just my luck Martinez crashes on stage 1 and Dan Martin is riding really well. It was remiss of me not to mention Dan.


2020 Vuelta España Preview: A Grand Tour on tenterhooks

I’ve been a fan of Zeke for a long time. He’s probably still the preeminent running, pass catching and blocking back in the league. I love Christian McCaffrey though so I’d probably pick him, and I still think Le’Veon Bell can work his way back into the mix next season.

2021 NFL draft prospects: Running backs are back in vogue

That’s a great summation of a position that is becoming more and more bizarre in terms of how they’re valued. Thanks for reading.

2021 NFL draft prospects: Running backs are back in vogue


The Ravens have a wonderful young TE duo in Mark Andrews & Hayden Hurst as you would know, but their WR core is possibly one of the weakest in the league. Crabtree, Snead and John Brown all had sub-standard seasons, and Brown likely won’t be back as he is an unrestricted FA.

Courtland Sutton was a gem of a find in the second round last April, and if you think he might be just ‘alright’, I’d suggest you didn’t watch him play with the Broncos much last season (and I wouldn’t blame you either). Desean Hamilton, another rookie, looks like he could develop into a really nice WR2 or WR3 judging by his first season, while Tim Patrick (ironically a former Raven) came on strong late last season as well.

I’m not suggesting Denver have a wonderful receiving group, but theirs offers a lot more potential going forward when compared to the Ravens group.

Thanks for reading.

Elway or the highway: Denver treading water with Joe Flacco

Hey Coconut,

Good pick up mate. I’ve only just realised where I got those stats from only considered Brisbane as the current Lions incarnation (1997-) which is strange, so therefor you are correct.

Thanks for reading.

Glory and fame: Is the Essendon hype justified?