Heisman champion Devonta Smith injured her hand, however helps Tide obtain one other championship

Alabama defeated Ohio State by doing CFP National Championship Game behind a historically strong performance of Heisman winner Devonta Smith, the Philadelphia Eagles broke up with the head coach Doug Pederson, the Dallas Cowboys set earlier Atlanta Falcons Head coach Dan Quinn to be their defense coordinator, and Chase Claypool and the Pittsburgh Steelers aren’t ready to give up the limelight yet.

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– – In a time of chaos, the Crimson Tide is a constant excellence. Bama clubbed the horse chestnuts and Saban’s steps passed Paul Bryant for his seventh national championship.


JARED QUAY: The season that was almost not final has its champion. Alabama defeated the state of Ohio to win its 18th title in school history and its fifth in the last 10 years. The big star of the game was DeVonta Smith. The boy couldn’t be held back.

The Heisman Trophy winner had three touchdowns and 215 yards in the first half alone. Good god these guys are a beast. He left the game in the third quarter with a hand injury, which is a very difficult break. But my husband broke so many records in the first half that he doesn’t even have to come out in the second half. Assuming he’s healthy at the time of drafting, he’ll really disappoint some teams that they chose Ja’Marr Chase instead. It’s always about the NFL at the end of the day, right?

On a fairly quiet day for the NFL, a head coach makes headlines. And no, I’m not talking about Dan Quinn’s new job as the Cowboys Defense Coordinator. It’s kind of crazy though. Ah I understand. Jerry Jones is trying to capture a little of that 28 to 3 defense magic.

I’m talking about Doug Pederson. After giving up the season just a quarter early, the Eagles gave him up. Just three years after leading her to a Super Bowl win, Philly split from the head coach.

– – Damn it, it’s cold.

JARED QUAY: Well, I’m not a couple counselor, but it has to be about the relationship with Carson Wentz, right? Please explain Eagle’s owner Jeffrey Lurie.

The story goes on

JEFFREY LURIE: It is not based on a quarterback or any particular position group.

JARED QUAY: Only time will tell if this is a lie or a big ass lie. Pederson said it was an absolute honor to be Philly’s head coach. Which is a classic way to deal with PR. But here is another way.

CHASE CLAYPOOL: You know, a bad loss. But Brown will be caught next week. So it’s all good.

JARED QUAY: That was Steeler’s recipient, Chase Claypool, who had absolutely zero respect for Brown’s name. Respect her name, brother. They hit you.

Who are the Steelers playing on schedule this week? Hmm, that’s weird. I don’t see them Ah, hah! You get that, man! You don’t hit the ravens. The ravens will win the championship.

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