It's hot, humid and sticky out. These are the so called dog days of summer. When reaching to quench the thirst created by the summer heat, you might not always want the traditional options.
Enter Natural Light's Naturdays.
As usual there is no shortage of news. There certainly is no shortage of outrage and hypocrisy, but I want to talk about something that I believe is related to almost all of it. Words. Language if you will. Everyone can agree that we are living in a very politically charged environment. But what does that actually mean? Politically charged?
Politically, defined as of or relating to government or the conduct of government and charged which means capable of arousing strong emotions.
So, we are living in a time of strong emotions relating to the conduct of the government. Sounds pretty boring and really kind of missing the mark, and that’s the problem. The changing and softening of our language to push an agenda, and it’s much more common and blatant now.
Folks it’s that time of year again!
Your commissioner has probably been texting you and emailing you, and that one annoying person in the league never stops messaging to chat, “when’s the draft.” Don’t forget the guy that has handwritten five different drafts of his top 100 players. We love them too.
Ryan L. Fox
Well it’s about to happen Patriots fans. The Brady Era is starting to come to an end. With the clock running down on the 20-year veteran quarterback, the New England Patriots need to find his replacement soon. Over the years, they tried to draft and develop quarterbacks to take over when Brady finally decides to hang up the cleats. But everyone one of those quarterbacks didn’t pan out or left the team (either by trade or free agency).
Now with the legendary QB turning 42 prior to the start of the 2019 NFL Regular Season and his contract status up in the air, it’s clear that the Patriots needed to get his replacement or become a meddling franchise. However they might have found him in the 2019 NFL Draft in the form of University of Auburn QB Jarrett Stidham.
Since the College Football Playoffs began in 2015, the Southeastern Conference has been in six semifinals and five national title games. Sure, it’s been mainly Alabama, but the most dominant conference in football has been a mainstay in the rankings for a long time.
In 2018, four SEC teams finished in the top 10, the most by far of any conference. As of today, seven SEC teams are ranked in the pre-season top 25 and there is reason to believe this could be the strongest that these 14 teams have been collectively in a long time.