Christian McCaffrey adds an explosive spark to the Panthers offense from wilkinson's blog

Josh Johnson entered for the Bengals and the offense took off. He did most of the damage on his legs, rushing at least four times and gaining 64 yards. In addition, he completed nine out of 16 passes for 100 yards and one touchdown.

A pair of rookie running backs also got things going for Madden 23 coins the Bengals. Second-round selection Giovani Bernard managed only 2.8 yards per carry , but scored an touchdown at the one-yard line. Rex Burkhead helped keep the offense moving in the second half, rushing up to nine times in 52 miles.

 , and . In the end, 34-10 seemed slightly lopsided, but the game was evenly matched until the second and third-string players started to take over the game.

In another piece of Falcons developments, Brian Banks, who was imprisoned for five years, got on the field in the second quarter. He's reportedly progressing at a good pace during training camp, and is expected to fight for a roster spot.From Washington's point of view in 2012 what this team had been doing was logical. Griffin looked like a truly extraordinary quarterback out of college. He had a powerful, accurate arm, decision-making ability, speed and intelligence. He also was a mile-wide smile, and a the most charming personality. He was, in a Madden NFL 23 Draft perspective, a must-see prospect.

However, when he looked in the rear-view view mirror... the driver was not paying attention.

This is an all-encompassing lesson regarding the Madden NFL 23 Draft. Don't put all your eggs in one basket. It's not difficult to have things fail with just one player. Despite his greatness the aforementioned injuries and political machinations turned the dream beginning of the Washington career into an unimaginable nightmare. The future of any given player is such that it's best in diversifying your investments as it's more difficult for things to go wrong with the entire team of players. The best way to make valuable players out of the draft isn't to have the highest selection: It's to have the most picks, and the most chances to select players who will not go bust.

However, at the very least, when Washington made a trade for the No. 2 selection, it was getting a quarterback that everyone believed would be successful.

No one in this year's class fits that description. The Rams purportedly want an experienced quarterback, but much everybody agrees that a quarterback isn't the most effective player in this year's draft, and certainly not within one of the three top players. And even if you are selecting a player, no one really stands out among the rest: Draft experts seem pretty evenly split on what the top quarterback to watch this time around is Wentz as well as Jared Goff.

There was discussion about Griffin and Andrew Luck in 2012. and there was debate about Jameis Winston, or Marcus Mariota last year, however, this is different. These were highly regarded prospects battling to be considered the top. This is a crop of good prospects, and no one knows which has the best potential to be successful.

The week before, Bill Barnwell of ESPN discussed how in the lottery-like draft "the smartest approach is to have greater numbers of tickets." The RG3 deal was possibly the best illustration of that ever, and the winners from the trade appear to be ignoring the principle. It could be that it works out, but the Rams should have a better idea.

The Chargers could sell Philip Rivers, but they'd likely make a mistake too.

LaDainian Tomlinson believes that the Chargers should trade Philip Rivers. The Chargers are in rebuilding mode, and should be able to madden 23 coins buy trade Philip Rivers instead of ruin his entire career. Does that sound like a realistic option?

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