Hello once again athletes!!!
Hey there athletes. I am going to just pass this off to Nick for his Guest Blog:
What’s up athletes, Nickelodeon12 here, and I am so proud to have been chosen as a guest blogger on Reporters of Action AllStars, the best place for all your sports news! As Dalton covers a lot of NBA news, I guess I’ll talk about the upcoming 2013 NFL Season. I am super excited. I hope my favorite team, the Giants, makes the playoffs, after a disappointing post-Super Bowl season last year. I also wonder, who will dominate the 2013 season?
First up, quarterbacks. I’m taking a lot of interest into rookie quarterback Andrew Luck, over RotY Winner Robert Griffin III and Russel Wilson, as well as Colin Kaepernick, who in his first year starting led the 49ers to the Super Bowl. Andrew Luck was part of a dominant rookie class last year after an amazing college career which featured 2 runner-ups for the Heisman Trophy. In his first year in the NFL, Andrew Luck set the record for passing yards by a rookie with 4,371 and came in second in Rookie of the Year voting. He has the talents to become an elite passer like Drew Brees in his sophomore season. Heck, he even ran for 5 touchdowns last year. Other dominant forces will include Peyton Manning, Aaron Rodgers, Matt Ryan, RG3, Joe Flacco, Kaeps, Eli, and Tom Brady, though I predict Brady is set to slow down this year.
Next up, running backs, Adrian Peterson, of course, though I doubt he can keep up what he did last year by rushing for over 2,000 yards 9 yards short of Eric Dickerson’s single-season record. Maurice Jones-Drew, 2011′s rushing champion who was injured last year, probably makes a good case for Comeback Player of the Year along with Darelle Revis & Alex Smith, though I think he will win. Arian Foster, Ray Rice, and Frank Gore, make up some of the NFL’s elite running backs. And don’t forget sophomores Alfred Morris and Doug Martin. Man, last year’s rookie class was amazing.
And finally, since I don’t have time to do every position, Wide Receivers, aka Calvin Johnson Jr., one of the best players in the NFL today. Johnson had a record breaking season in 2012 after appearing on the Madden cover. (Therefore “breaking” the Madden curse) He broke Jerry Rice’s single season record for receiving yards with 1,964. Wow. Johnson is sure to be a dominant force for years to come. Also, Wes Welker is now teamed up with Peyton Manning, Percy Harvin with Russel Wilson, and Greg Jennings with Christian Ponder. How will these duos work out?
Anyway, that’s all for now. It was great being a guest blogger, and I will be having a new sports blog being released soon. I always like to leave a comment question, so why not? Who’s your favorite quarterback in the NFL? Mine has to be Peyton Manning, but I also like Eli, Alex Smith, and Luck.
Cya later athletes!
Well done, Nick.
That’s it for now athletes. Remember to check the blog every single day, and read all of the amazing posts by the Reporters.