Scottish and proud. Multimedia Journalism student at Glasgow Caledonian University. Reporter and commentator for Youth Football Scotland; involved in print, online, radio and TV. Media controller at Bonnyton Thistle FC. Interested in a little bit of everything - mostly sport.
The now iconic Mad Men opening credit. It featured Don falling from a building in New York before reclining in a chair – how accurate was that analogy?
The curtains drew on Sterling Cooper & Partners for the final time in the UK on Thursday. Coca Cola’s world-famous Perfect Harmony ad was the soundtrack that ended the bitter-sweet symphony that has been the life and times of Don Draper (Jon Hamm). It has broken records for viewership and millions of us now begin a search for the next Emmy-laden show to welcome into our living rooms. Draper’s denouement is open to interpretation and creator Matthew Weiner (The Sopranos, Becker) intended it to be so – it ranges from happy to satisfying to cynical – but it has also been open to criticism.
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In this Mock Draft I will be analysing the eleventh to twentieth picks in the Draft. You can read my blog post explaining what the Draft is in detail here and also my first Mock Draft that looks at the first five picks. The sixth to tenth picks will (probably) involve the Minnesota Vikings, Cleveland Browns (twice, second pick from Buffalo), New Orleans Saints, Miami Dolphins, San Francisco 49ers, Houston Texans, San Diego Chargers, Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles – subject to trades. Continue reading →
Only a year out from being considered legitimate Super Bowl contenders, the Philadelphia Eagles are now in quite a sticky situation this offseason. They have some key players slated to hit free agency and a key defender who they might not be able to afford under the cap. Their secondary needs an overhaul and they will have to address other areas of the defense accordingly depending on how free agency goes. Philadelphia’s squad is ageing so a priority must be placed on building through the draft. Continue reading →
In this Mock Draft I will be analysing the sixth to tenth picks in the Draft. You can read my blog post explaining what the Draft is in detail here and also my first Mock Draft that looks at the first five picks. Continue reading →
This, the first in my series of Mock Drafts, comes after the Senior Bowl on Saturday. Typically, there are always two or three players who really improve their draft stock at the Senior Bowl, while a few will see their draft stock drop. There are usually always a couple of players who neither rise or fall despite there being a lot of hype around them, too. Continue reading →
IT’S that time of year again for American football enthusiasts. With the Super Bowl only a week away and marking the end of the season, the next big event on the calender is the much-hyped NFL Draft, taking place in Chicago from April 30 to May 2.
But what is it? Why is it so hyped? How do newcomers to the sport wrap their head around it? Continue reading →
Griffiths was caught on camera singing racist and disparaging songs before the Edinburgh derby
LEIGH Griffiths is at it again.
The talented but troubled Celtic and Scotland striker has been caught on camera chanting racist abuse about Rudi Skacel, the Czech footballer and Heart of Midlothian fans’ favourite. Continue reading →