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Dolphins’ first-round draft position again pushed back following another upset playoff win for 49ers



Dolphins’ first-round draft position again pushed back following another upset playoff win for 49ers

The value of the Miami Dolphins’ first-round pick from the San Francisco 49ers just keeps diminishing.

With a second consecutive playoff upset victory pulled off by the 49ers, the pick they’re sending to the Dolphins will now be one of the final four selections of the upcoming NFL draft’s first round.

San Francisco defeated the top-seeded Green Bay Packers, 13-10, in the NFC’s divisional round on Saturday night, and for the Dolphins, that means the best the pick can be is No. 29 as the 49ers advance to the NFC Championship Game against either the Tampa Bay Buccaneers or Los Angeles Rams.

The remaining scenarios: 49ers lose and Cincinnati Bengals win in AFC Championship Game, the pick is 29; 49ers lose and Bengals lose, 30; 49ers lose in Super Bowl, 31; 49ers win in Super Bowl, 32.

Had San Francisco lost on Saturday night at Lambeau Field, the pick would’ve been settled at No. 25.

It’s the third consecutive week that the selection is negatively impacted. Had the Los Angeles Rams held on to a late lead in the regular season finale against the 49ers, San Francisco would’ve been eliminated with the pick being No. 17. The 49ers’ upset win over the Cowboys in the wild-card round then pushed the selection further back from No. 22.

The Dolphins own the 49ers’ selection while the Philadelphia Eagles have Miami’s pick due to the two trades the Dolphins pulled off with the NFC teams last offseason ahead of the 2021 NFL draft. Miami traded back to No. 12 with San Francisco, sending the No. 3 pick, which previously belonged to the Houston Texans, to the 49ers. A move up from 12 to 6, where wide receiver Jaylen Waddle was selected, followed and sent the Dolphins’ 2022 first-rounder to Philadelphia.

The Dolphins are selecting around 15 spots lower than they would be had they traded the 49ers’ pick to the Eagles instead of their own. The Miami selection going to Philadelphia in the upcoming draft is No. 15. The Dolphins also got a 2023 first-round pick from the 49ers in the deal.

With Miami’s reported affirmation early in the offseason that it will stick with quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, the Dolphins seem unlikely to send this first-round pick to another team in a trade.

There are a number of offensive tackles and wide receivers that could go around where the Dolphins will be picking, as general manager Chris Grier and Miami’s new incoming coach will look to address team needs.

The NFL draft is ordered by first having the 18 non-playoff teams pick in reverse order of record, with lower strength of schedule serving as a tiebreaker. Picks 19-24 are then reserved for the wild-card round losers in reverse order of regular-season record. Picks 25-28 go to divisional round losers and so on until the Super Bowl champion picks 32nd.


Mike Lupica: How good are these Yankees? We’ll find out over the next month



Mike Lupica: How good are these Yankees? We’ll find out over the next month

Things are always more interesting around here when the Yankees look like the YANKEES again, which means looking like they have a chance to be great again. That hasn’t happened in a while, maybe not since the American League Championship Series of 2019, one the Astros won with that buzzer-beating walk-off homer from our old friend, Jose Altuve.

They’ve definitely looked great so far, as just about everything possible has broken exactly right for them. They’ve been carried by their pitching, both starting and relief, by Aaron Judge and their other starting forward, Giancarlo Stanton. Judge and Stanton, of course, are the only two guys with 50-home run seasons on their resumes playing for the Yankees at the same time since Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris were those guys in the ‘60s.

They have also been remarkably healthy until Chad Green, one of the horses in Aaron Boone’s bullpen, came up with a sore forearm the other day in Baltimore. You add it all up, and there are plenty of reasons why, as we move up on Memorial Day weekend and one of the first important marking periods, they do not just have the best record, but have looked like the best team.

And if we feel the same way about them a month from now, then maybe we just might have a special Yankee team on our hands. We just don’t know that yet, as much as some of their fans seem to think wishing can make it so.

For now, we need to pump the brakes on the trip to the Canyon of Heroes, and an imaginary ride alongside the ‘98 Yankees. They are a long way from there. And from being that.

Of course, you can only play who you play in sports. But the Yankees, unquestionably, have benefitted from what has turned out to be a dream schedule, one that in hindsight looks as if they drew up themselves. Through Thursday’s games, the only team they have faced carrying a winning record into this weekend was the Blue Jays, against whom they are 6-3. Considering the fact that the Blue Jays were just about everybody’s darlings coming into the season, that matters. So does this: The 20-18 Jays really are the best team the Yankees have faced.

Against the rest of the schedule, the Yankees came into the weekend at 22-7. It was a record that compiled against teams a combined 33 games under .500. Seven of those wins were against the Orioles, who somehow roll back into Yankee Stadium this coming week like the Welcome Wagon.

So the Yankees are feasting on bad/mediocre teams again, something they didn’t do last season, something that cost them in the standings, and mightily, since one more win would have had them playing their wild card game against the Red Sox at the Stadium. So they are beating teams they’re supposed to beat, which is something division-winning teams need to do. It is another pleasant surprise in this very pleasant surprise of the Yankee season.

So far, so good. Which might very well turn into great for these Yankees. And turn into a great October.

Still: We are going to have a much clearer and much sharper sense of just how much game they really have, and how sustainable it is, in the season that starts Memorial Day Weekend against the Rays — much more of a rival for them the past couple of years than the Red Sox — and then extends for the next month.

In that month, they will play 10 games against the Rays. They will play five against the Astros, another blood rival for reasons that have now become too tiresome to revisit. Three other games against Shohei Ohtani and Mike Trout and an Angels team that has been another pleasant surprise of the ‘22 season. Three against the Jays in Toronto.

“There was all that talk about the Blue Jays coming into the season,” a really smart Yankee fan I know, was saying on Friday. “And it was like everybody conveniently forgot that it’s our friends from St. Petersburg who have won back-to-back titles in the East, something my team hasn’t managed to do in a decade.”

None of this diminishes what really has been a ‘98-like start to this season and the excitement that has come with it for Yankee fans. Judge has become as big a star, in all ways, as there is in the sport, slugging like it’s his rookie season all over again, when he broke the all-time rookie home run record (until Pete Alonso broke it on him) and finished second to old friend Altuve in the MVP voting. Over the first quarter of this season, Judge has been second to nobody, not even Stanton, who’s been slugging in April and May the way he has in October for the Yankees.

For the past month, Gerrit Cole has been the kind of ace the Yankees paid him $324 million to be, the opposite of which he was in a Wild Card game when he couldn’t get out of the third inning at Fenway Park, the game feeling as if it were over by the time he got to the visitors’ clubhouse. Nestor Cortes, who brought his snappy 1.35 earned run average into the weekend, has maybe been the biggest surprise of this surprise season. Gleyber Torre has shown flashes of having it in him to be a baseball star again, even if his batting average through the Orioles series was .241.

And yet:

And yet Aaron Hicks and Joey Gallo, two darlings of the front office, still had batting averages below the Mendoza Line when the Yankees got back to Yankee Stadium on Friday night. DJ LeMahieu still does not look close to being the hitter he was in his first seasons with the Yankees, at least not yet.

All of that didn’t slow them down on the way to 28-10. Another reason is that the Yankees have been blessed with amazingly good health at a time when the Mets haven’t had Jacob deGrom at all and won’t have Max Scherzer for two months and lost a key setup man in Trevor May and their own surprise starter in Tylor Megill and just had Starling Marte miss the Cardinals series on bereavement leave. And somehow, with all that the Mets have lost a grand total of one series since Opening Day and came into the weekend with a bigger lead in the NL East than the Yankees had in the AL East.

Buck Showalter’s Mets have survived a gauntlet already. We’ll see how long that continues without deGrom and Scherzer. As we are about to see how the Yankees survive the gauntlet of their schedule between now and the last game of their Astros series near the end of June. If they do survive, and keep advancing, then it’s worth talking about them having a chance to make this a regular reason to remember. When they finally start playing good teams we’ll know if they’re as good as they’ve looked against the bad ones. We just don’t know that yet.


Who knew Elon Musk, Mr. Tweeter Dumb, was this much of a whiner?

Before the first quarter of Game 7 was over in Phoenix, Luka looked as if he were playing five guys at the Y.

Well, it turns out that the Polar Bear was no flash in the pan, am I right?

Even with all those 9th inning comebacks for the Mets this season, the biggest win of the season so far was the last game of the Cardinals series.

It was in the shadow of Scherzer’s oblique injury and the Mets badly needed a win, maybe for their collective psyche more than anything else.

Then Mr. Alonso walked it off.

What J.J. Redick ought to do is apologize for insulting 93-year-old Bob Cousy by saying that Cousy, one of the most creative players in NBA history and one of the gentlemen of sports history, was guarded by firemen and plumbers in his day.

I like Redick’s work on ESPN a lot.

But what he knows about the NBA of the ‘50s and ‘60s could fit inside a shot glass.

Seems as if Nick Saban and Jimbo Fisher have a nice, healthy dialogue going.

From the first night he played Rafael Barba on “Law and Order: SVU” all the way through Thursday night’s season finale, Raul Esparza has given one of the consistently fine performances in recent network TV history.

Sidney Crosby is right: If a guy can’t play without a helmet, blow the damn whistle if it comes off.

Alan Shipnuck’s book on Phil Mickelson is a really fun read, if not about a particularly fun subject these days.

The All-England Club’s decision to ban Russian and Belarusian players from Wimbledon is one that should be reversed.

And won’t be.


Because they’re Wimbledon, dammit, that’s why.

Bill de Blasio says he’s running for Congress and my first reaction, nothing I could do to stop it, was this:

Who asked him?

After those three homers the other night, Trevor Story is liking old Fenway a lot better.

And old Fenway is liking him a lot better.

By the way, you know what the two most beautiful words in the English language are for the Red Sox these days?

Wild card.

Or should that be one word, I’m never entirely sure?

My pal Barry Stanton says that you gotta love Aaron Judge citing his irritation with load management for another big day at the plate.

We are about to find out over the next two weeks if Carlos Alcaraz, the most exciting kid to come into men’s tennis since Fed and Rafa and Djoker were kids, is ready to win his first major at Roland Garros.

Who’s doing Greg Norman’s PR lately, Judge Alito?


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Young Sheldon Season 6: When Will It Relase? Is It In 2022 Or 2023?



Young Sheldon Season 6: When Will It Relase? Is It In 2022 Or 2023?

Young Sheldon Season 6 is the supposed upcoming season of the Situation Comedy TV Series. The show is a spin-off of the popular Comedy TV Series Big Bag Theory. Young Sheldon follows the life of Sheldon, one of the leading characters in The Big Bang Theory.

The story follows the life of a boy whose IQ is off the charts while his EQ is almost non-existent. Now picture him in a High School setting. That was the story for the first few seasons. In the previous season, Sheldon was deemed too smart for Highschool and since he has already finished in curriculum.

He was allowed to graduate and attend college. With that came a whole set of other problems. The show makes it clear that just being book smart won’t help you in every life situation.

When To Expect The New Season?

The show started premiering on the 25th of September 2017. The show has aired over 100 episodes over 5 seasons. New episodes were aired weekly on Thursdays and had an episode duration of 30 minutes each. It was announced back in 2021 that the show had been renewed for 3 more seasons.

Meaning Season 6 is confirmed. The show has an excellent fan base and it would be accurate to assume the entire fandom of Big Bang Theory is by default fans of Young Sheldon also. Even though Sheldon is smart beyond his age his struggles with life are relatable.

His own family struggles to understand him. He has no one to have a meaningful conversation with. It is pretty evident early on that Sheldon is the smartest person in the room. In every room. Even at school, it is clear that he is much smarter than even his teachers. Rather than feeling lonely Sheldon feels superior to others is what makes the show funny.

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Where To Watch The Show

The shows international fans need not fret as several popular streaming services have this particular TV Show Even if you are not comfortable with the Default language there must be several voice-over & subtitle options available based on your geographical location.

We know that you can stream the show on Amazon Prime as well as from the official CBS Streaming Website. Further more, you can also watch it on Paramount+. The show has an IMDB rating of 7.5 /10 and a rotten tomatoes rating of 80%.

Is The Release Year 2022 Or 2023?

Young Sheldon Season 6 is scheduled to release in the Fall of 2022. To answer your question Yes, Young Sheldon Season 6 will return in 2022. Even though it is a Spin-off series you need not have to watch The Big Bang Theory understand Young Sheldon.

The show is perfect for someone who is looking to get a good laugh. The fact that Sheldon used to share a classroom with his oldest sibling Georgie and he graduated even before his older brother will not be funny. The new college dynamic is fun too. It’s a whole new section of the map for Sheldon on Conquer.

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Night Sky On Amazon: Should You Stream It Or Skip It? What Our Critic Has To Say?



Night Sky On Amazon: Should You Stream It Or Skip It? What Our Critic Has To Say?

Night Sky is the latest addition to Amazon Prime’s Sci-Fi Drama Series. The show follows the lives of Irene and Franklin York. From the outside, they look like a normal couple. But in actuality, they are hiding a secret right in their backyard. Unbeknownst to the outside world, their backyard leads to a portal.

A trans-dimensional portal that leads to a deserted planet. Ever since they discovered it, they have been guarding it against the outside world. All of this changes when an unexpected character barges into their lives. What follows the stranger is the cult that he escaped from.

A cult that believes these portals are gods’ creations and them its holy guardians. Irene and Franklin’s peaceful life gets disturbed by these unsavory characters. And the old couple had to go to extreme measures to protect what they love.

When Was It Released?

The show premiered on the 20th of May 2022. The entire season came out on the same day. The season has a total of 8 episodes with an episode duration of 60 minutes each. Even though there is a Sci-Fi element the basis is a cute love story of an older couple who takes care of each other. It is made clear that they are aware their time together on this planet is limited and they try to make the best of it.

The wife Irene’s health is quickly dwindling and Franklin does not know if he can go about his life as he did without his wife by his side. The show has a slow burn to it and multiple storylines which captivate the viewers. The curiosity to see how these separate storylines meet is enough to keep anyone glued to their seats.

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Where To Stream The Show

The shows international fans need not fret as several popular streaming services has this particular show. Even if you are not comfortable with the Default language there must be several voice-over & subtitle options available based on your geographical location. We know that you can stream the show on Amazon Prime. Other streaming services might take up the show in the future.

So, if you want to see the show. I would suggest you renew that Amazon Prime Subscription. Furthermore, the show has an IMDB rating of 7.1 /10 and a rotten tomatoes rating of 75%.

Should You Stream It?

Amazon Prime has had great success with Sci-Fi Dramas in the past and Night Sky seems to be no different. The visuals are stunning the story is epic. The cast is excellent. The show has every marking of a great show. The show is a must-watch if you are a Sci-Fi enthusiast.

However, the show isn’t purely sci-fi that others won’t be able to enjoy. The show will leave you with a wholesome experience. The show answered most of the questions we had but the questions they didn’t made us wish that the series would return faster.

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