Hey, NFL Rushers Kid reporter Nate here. This is my Dream Football Team...

Qb-Tom Brady
RB-Le'Veon Bell
WR-Antonio Brown
WR-Odell Beckham Jr.
WR-Julian Edelman
TE-Rob Gronkowski

L-Nate Solder
L-Logan Mankins
L-Marshal Yanda
L-Josh Sitton
L-Travis Frederick

DE-J.J. Watt
DE-Chandler Jones
DT-Vince Wilfork
DT-Aaron Donald
LB-Justin Houston
LB-Jamie Collins
MLB-NaVorro Bowman
CB-Darrelle Revis
CB-Richard Sherman
SS-Tyron Mathieu
FS-Eric Weddle

Well, what do you think? Tell me below!

-Kid Reporter Nate
Hey NFLRushers, I will tell you what my dream team would be for the 2015 season. The team would be called the Tulsa Tornados. Tulsa is located in Oklahoma. I can not have 2 players from the same team on mine, so that means I can’t have Ben Roethlisberger and Antonio Brown on the team starting:(

QB: Tom Brady
FB: Mike Toblert
RB: Adrian Peterson
WR 1: Antonio Brown
WR 2: Julio Jones
TE: Tyler Eifert
LT: Jason Peters
RT: Joe Thomas
C: Travis Frederick
LG: Marshal Yanda
RG: Kyle Long Defense:
CB 1: Darrelle Revis
CB 2: Patrick Peterson
SS: Kam Chancellor
FS: Eric Berry
MLB: NaVorro Bowman
LOLB: LaVonte David
ROLB: Clay Matthews
DE: J.J. Watt
DE: Ezekiel Ansah
DT: Ndamukong Suh
DT: Aaron Donald

Special Teams
PK: John Brown
P: Marquette King
PR: Jeremy Kurley
KR: Dexter McCluster

So there it is. Let me know what you think in the comments section!

-Kid Reporter Solomon
Poll: Kid Reporter John Makes Pro Bowl Picks
Last week the Pro Bowl uniforms for Team Irvin and Team Rice were unveiled. Now that we're nearing the end of the season, the big question is who will be filling those gold uniforms. Below is my Pro Bowl ballot.

Quarterbacks: Tom Brady, Carson Palmer, Russell Wilson, Aaron Rodgers, Cam Newton, Ben Roethlisberger

Spotlight on Carson Palmer- Arizona is one of the best teams in the league and their success rests on the arm of Carson Palmer. After a plagued season, Palmer has bounced back with a career year (30 TD) at the age of 35.

Running Backs: Adrian Peterson, Devonta Freeman, Todd Gurley, Lamar Miller, Doug Martin, LeSean McCoy Spotlight on Adrian Peterson- The 2012 MVP is back after missing most of last season and has regained his form. Peterson leads the NFL in rushing yards with 1,371 and has rushed for 8 touchdowns.

Wide Receivers: Julio Jones, DeAndre Hopkins, Amari Cooper, Larry Fitzgerald, Antonio Brown, Odell Beckham Jr., Brandon Marshall, A.J. Green.

Spotlight on DeAndre Hopkins- A first-round pick a few years back, DeAndre Hopkins is now one of the elite. Even without a stable quarterback situation, Hopkins has 1,169 receiving yards, 3rd best in the NFL.

Fullbacks: Patrick DiMarco, Kyle Juszczyk

Spotlight on Patrick DiMarco- To see DiMarco’s impact, look at the rushing totals of the man who runs behind him, Devonta Freeman- 1,287 rushing yards and 11 touchdowns.

Tight Ends: Rob Gronkowski, Greg Olsen, Tyler Eifert, Travis Kelce Spotlight on Greg Olsen- Without a number 1 receiver, Olsen has been the reliable target for Cam Newton and a critical piece of the undefeated Panthers. He has 917 receiving yards and 6 touchdowns.

Offensive Linemen: Trent Williams, Russell Okung, Joe Staley, Joe Thomas, Andre Smith, Tyron Smith, Clint Boling, Zack Martin, Evan Mathis, Marshal Yanda, J.R. Sweezy, Mike Iupati, Travis Frederick, Ryan Kalil, Nick Mangold, Max Unger

Spotlight on Andre Smith- Smith’s selection represents a much improved Cincy offensive line that has helped Andy Dalton and the offense thrive.

Defensive Linemen:
J.J. Watt, Chandler Jones, Cameron Jordan, Carlos Dunlap, Ezekiel Ansah, Khalil Mack, Geno Atkins, Gerald McCoy, Jurrell Casey, Ndamukong Suh, Kawann Short, Aaron Donald.

Spotlight on Chandler Jones- The Patriots aren’t known for their defense, but star defensive end Chandler Jones is on the rise and should be a household name. He currently has 10.5 sacks and three forced fumbles.

Linebackers: D’Qwell Jackson, Luke Kuechly, Navorro Bowman, Bobby Wagner, Von Miller, Justin Houston, Clay Matthews, Brian Orakpo, Thomas Davis, Jamie Collins Spotlight on Clay Matthews- A transition to inside linebacker has paid dividends for Clay Matthews and the Packers defense, which has been outplaying the offense. Matthews is a play-maker and the heart of the D.

Defensive Backs: Marcus Peters, Darrelle Revis, Josh Norman, Aqib Talib, Patrick Peterson, Malcolm Butler, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Richard Sherman, Reshad Jones, Charles Woodson, Tyrann Mathieu, Reggie Nelson

Spotlight on Josh Norman- The young Carolina corner is worthy of the title of "lockdown cornerback" this season. He has shut down opponents and won games for the Panthers and has performed better than any other defensive back this year.

Special Teamers: Stephen Gostkowski, Dan Bailey, Dwayne Harris, Darren Sproles, Pat McAfee, Johnny Hekker, Chris Maragos, Matthew Slater

Spotlight on Darren Sproles: One of the best receiving halfbacks in football, Darren Sproles has made his biggest impact on Philadelphia's special teams unit as a returner. Sproles has two punt return touchdowns and an average of 12.9 yards per punt return.

-Kid Reporter John

Poll: Which player are you most surprise didn't make the Pro Bowl?

The 2015 NFL Pro Bowl players have been announced.

But what team are they on?

Remember, the Pro Bowl teams are now chosen via draft! The Pro Bowl Draft airs on Wednesday, January 21 on NFL Network (8:00 PM ET). Pro Football Hall of Famers Cris Carter and Michael Irvin are this year's alumni team captains and they will take turns drafting player to their teams.

Tom Brady, New England Patriots
Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts
Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos
Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers
Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers
Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys

Le'Veon Bell, Pittsburgh Steelers
Jamaal Charles, Kansas City Chiefs
Arian Foster, Houston Texans
Marshawn Lynch, Seattle Seahawks
LeSean McCoy, Philadelphia Eagles
Demarco Murray, Dallas Cowboys

John Kuhn, Green Bay Packers
Marcel Reece, Oakland Raiders

Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh Steelers
Dez Bryant, Dallas Cowboys
A.J. Green, Cincinnati Bengals
T.Y. Hilton of Indianapolis Colts
Calvin Johnson, Detroit Lions
Julio Jones, Atlanta Falcons
Jordy Nelson, Green Bay Packers
Demaryius Thomas, Denver Broncos

Jimmy Graham, New Orleans Saints
Rob Gronkowski New England Patriots
Greg Olsen, Carolina Panthers
Julius Thomas, Denver Broncos

Ryan Clady, Denver Broncos
Jahri Evans, New Orleans Saints
Travis Frederick, Dallas Cowboys
Mike Iupati, San Francisco 49ers
Jason Kelce, Philadelphia Eagles
Kyle Long, Chicago Bears
Nick Mangold, New York Jets
Zack Martin, Dallas Cowboys
Jason Peters, Philadelphia Eagles
Maurkice Pouncey, Pittsburgh Steelers
Josh Sitton, Green Bay Packers
Tyron Smith, Dallas Cowboys
Joe Staley, San Francisco 49ers
Joe Thomas, Cleveland Browns
Trent Williams, Washington Redskins
Marshal Yanda, Baltimore Ravens

Calais Campbell, Arizona Cardinals
Marcell Dareus, Buffalo Bills
Aaron Donald, St. Louis Rams
Gerald Mc Coy, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Dontari Poe, KLansas City Chiefs
Robert Quinn, St. Louis Rams
Ndamukong Suh, Detroit Lions
Cameron Wake, Miami Dolphins
Marcus Ware, Denver Broncos
J.J. Watt, Houston Texans
Mario Williams, Buffalo Bills
Kyle Williams, Buffalo Bills

Connor Barwin, Philadelphia Eagles
Elvis Dumervil, Denver Broncos
Tamba Hali, Kansas City Chiefs
Justin Houston, Kansas City Chiefs
Luke Kuechly, Carolina Panthers
Clay Matthews, Green Bay Packers
Von Miller, Denver Broncos
C.J. Mosley, Baltimore Ravens
Lawrence Timmons, Pittsburgh Steelers
Bobby Wagner, Seattle Seahawks

Kam Chancellor, Seattle Seahawks
Vontae Davis, Indianapolis Colts
Tashaun Gipson, Cleveland Browns
Brent Grimes, Miami Dolphins
Joe Haden, Cleveland Browns
Chris Harris, Denver Broncos
Glover Quin, Detroit Lions
Patrick Peterson, Arizona Cardinals
Darrelle Revis, New England Patriots
Richard Sherman, Seattle Seahawks
Earl Thomas, Seattle Seahawks
Aqib Talib, Denver Broncos
T.J. Ward, Denver Broncos
Eric Weddle, San Diego Chargers

Justin Bethel of Arizona Cardinals
Stephen Gostkowski, New England Patriots
Devin Hester, Atlanta Falcons
Kevin Huber, Cincinnati Bengals
Pat McAfee, Indianapolis Colts
Darren Sproles, Philadelphia Eagles
Matthew Slater, New England Patriots
Adam Vinatieri, Indianapolis Colts

Catch the 2015 Pro Bowl on Sunday, January 25, 2015 on ESPN at 8:00 PM ET.

Dallas Cowboy Training Camp –– Oxnard, CA   The Dallas Cowboys opened training camp a bit earlier than most other teams in order to get ready for this week’s Pro Football Hall of Fame game against Miami.     Among the first week notes were:   WR Dez Bryant was singled out for praise by several coaches and players.   Former Cowboy great Michael Irvin was especially impressed by Bryant’s improving maturity.   Having sig

Dallas Cowboy Training Camp –– Oxnard, CA


The Dallas Cowboys opened training camp a bit earlier than most other teams in order to get ready for this week’s Pro Football Hall of Fame game against Miami.  


Among the first week notes were:


WR Dez Bryant was singled out for praise by several coaches and players.   Former Cowboy great Michael Irvin was especially impressed by Bryant’s improving maturity.


Having signed a new long-term contract extension, QB Tony Romo continues to be one of the most important leaders on the team.


New coordinator Monte Kiffin liked what he saw out of the defensive team.


The early sleeper of the camp is S Barry Church. He’s been making plays all over the field.


First round pick C Travis Frederick has been picking up the offense very well.

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Poll. How do you grade the Cowboys draft?

Draft Grade:  C+

The Picks

1.         C          Travis Frederick - Wisconsin

2.         TE       Gavin Escobar - San Diego State

3.         WR      Terrance Williams - Baylor

4.         S          J.J. Wilcox - Georgia Southern

5.         CB       B.W. Webb - William & Mary

6.         RB       Joseph Randle - Oklahoma State

7.         LB       DeVonte Holloman - South Carolina

Biggest Needs: 


  • DL
  • OL
  • RB 


What they did right:

Center Frederick will help stabilize the line, while TE Escobar and WR Williams help infuse additional youth into their offense.  


What they did wrong:

RB Randle is a decent sleeper, but they might regret passing on some of the better-known RBs that were available to them, and where is the defensive line help?