Save the NCAA Tournament selection outrage
The NCAA Tournament bracket was announced yesterday, and just like every year, there was immediately outrage by some in the media over teams that were left out of the field.
Colin thinks analysts getting worked up over teams that were left out is laughable, when the tournament already has a massive 68-team field. There may be arguments to make for bubble teams to get in, but in the end, if they were clearly good enough they wouldn’t be on the bubble to begin with.
Browns are still bad despite recent moves
Social media was buzzing on Friday when new Browns GM John Dorsey agreed to a series of deals, in principle, including acquiring Buffalo QB Tyrod Taylor, Miami wide receiver Jarvis Landry, and Green Bay corner Damarious Randall.
The flurry of deals came as a surprise to many, and had some media immediately declaring the Browns as playoff contenders. Some further speculated they increased the likelihood Cleveland could take Saquon Barkley with the #1 pick.
Like most things on social media, Colin felt most people overreacted to the potential impact of the moves. The Browns are still going to be bad until they find a long term answer at quarterback. They still need to take a QB with the first pick, ideally Sam Darnold.
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Doug Gottlieb – FS1 Analyst and host of The Doug Gottlieb Show is in-studio explaining why the NCAA is eliminating potential Cinderellas in favor od average blue bloods; and why the Odell Beckham video feeds the narrative he’s trying to fight.
Chris Broussard – FS1 NBA Insider is in-studio talking Lakers/Cavs takeaways, and why Steph Curry is still the Warriors’ MVP.
Shawne Merriman – Former All-Pro defensive end is-studio to explain why it’s impossible to fully recover from an Achilles’ injury; why Richard Sherman won’t be the same player.