Ready to get your post-draft flex on?
While you might be wondering where your favorite team stacks up heading into the offseason, can't help but wonder how the Chiefs QB situation will shake out. That's one of the many narratives to emanate from the 2017 NFL Draft. (Please ignore that the word "narrative" has been used in yet another sports column.) The move for Patrick Mahomes means Kansas City doesn't move up the pecking order below, as this post-draft accounting is not about who had the best prospect hauls in terms of long-term value, but rather which teams acquired the most players who can play now.
Let the dissension commence!
Putting the draft aside, the Steelers and the NFL lost a giant with Dan Rooney's passing. The Rooney family in general has stewarded this franchise with the utmost class and humility, something our current world -- at least in the U.S. -- is missing. There's no need for me to remind anyone of the Rooney Rule here, but I would be remiss if I wrote about this without acknowledging the passing of a wonderful human being.
One more note on Taco: Taco Bell is famous. Californians swear by Del Taco. And the Greenville Ave crowd in Big D frequents Taco Cabana at 2 AM when they're three sheets. For my money, give me the bean burritos at Taco Bueno.