Barrett didn’t come anywhere near his 19.5-sack season of 2019, but he still had a terrific 2020, with 8 sacks and 4 more in the playoffs. He’s not just an excellent pass rusher, but also plays the run well. Not to take anything away from his back-to-back strong seasons, but it can’t be ignored that Jason Pierre-Paul drew double teams on Barrett’s opposite side. $$$$$
Yannick Ngakoue, Ravens 6-2 • 246 • 26
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Justin Simmons, Broncos 6-2 • 202 pounds • 27 years old
Trent Williams, 49ers 6-5 • 320 pounds • 32 years old
Lavonte David, Buccaneers 6-0 • 226 pounds • 26 years old
JC Deep Dive: The new coaching staff
Bringing Shanahan magic to Florham Park
Shaquil Barrett, Buccaneers 6-2 • 250 pounds • 29 years old
Shoots from the hip
Robby Anderson said he wasn't “genuinely happy ” with the Jets at times
What great culture looks like
Throughout the process of the Jets looking for a new coach, a buzzword we heard quite a bit was “culture.”
RUSHING TO JUDGMENT
The Jets’ edge rush did flash at times in 2020, led by players such as Tarell Basham and Bryce Huff, but clearly the Jets are still looking for a dominating pass rusher for whom other teams need to game plan.
Douglas loves Saleh's integrity, passion
QUESTION SESSION WITH GM JOE DOUGLAS
Saleh brings ‘all gas, no brake' mentality
The following are some highlights from Robert Saleh’s press conference, Jan. 21, when he was introduced as the 20th head coach in Jets history:
PUBLISHING AMID A PANDEMIC: How Board Games Survived and Thrived in 2020
COVID’s lasting impacts on our health and economy are still far from being understood. It will take many of us years, perhaps even a decade, to unravel what has changed in the last year. But some patterns are emerging, at least in the board gaming hobby, that indicate many publishers were well ahead of the curve even before the threat of a pandemic affected their supply chains worldwide. As the world began locking itself down to quell the threat of COVID-19, people continued to find solace in hobbies. Soon, the business journals and magazines of the world began tracking the increase of sales across a wide swath of interests as people did anything and everything to take their minds away from the weight of a pandemic circling the globe. Turns out, everything from toys, guitars, crafts, and board games were selling well despite a deflated economy. Report Linker’s “Board Games Market - Global Outlook and Forecast 2021-2026” estimates that sales in the hobby will grow by 13 percent in the next five years, even with continued lockdowns. But what about the hobby as a whole? This article examines how 2020 affected the board gaming industry through three facets — big box stores, local board gaming cafes and stores, and the digital space — and how the pandemic has shaped them in the interim as well as moving forward. Is this projected forecast of its growth still as rosy?
Boys To Men
Twenty years after their Super Bowl win, the 2000 Ravens are still talking about what it all means.
JAYNE FOSTER: PORTRAITS OF UNKNOWN SITTERS
Jayne Foster grew up in a small town just north of London. She completed her Bachelor of Arts degree in fashion and textiles at Ravensbourne College of Design & Communication before attending the Royal College of Art, from where she gained her Master's degree in Womenswear Design.
WHEN A NEW YORK CITY POWER PLANT SWAPS ITS DIRTIEST GENERATORS FOR BATTERIES, THE SURROUNDING NEIGHBORHOOD WILL BREATHE EASIER.
Take a stroll through a deep, dark wood
Coexisting with Nature
Just as the city of Portland, Oregon, began to shut down because of the new coronavirus, Mary Alayne Thomas had started painting for her September solo show at Lotton Gallery in Chicago.
Focus On The Big Picture
The Dolphins experienced early in the 2019 season the kind of growing pains their owner suggested could come with the long-term plan of the organization
Raven-Symoné Digging Grave With A Fork!
5-foot-2 TV star packs on 48 lbs.
CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS – COLD WAR can’t top Warzone.