Racing latests updates from RNClub.com? “Think of the best defenders in Premier League history — John Terry, Rio Ferdinand, and Nemanja Vidic. [Virgil] Van Dijk is all three players rolled into one.” Those were the words of former Liverpool and England star Jamie Redknapp, according to Goal. A bold statement, but one difficult to argue with given just how excellent the Dutchman has been since his move to Anfield in early 2018. His Terry-esque heart, his Ferdinand-esque brain, and Vidic-esque physicality have transformed Liverpool’s back four into the best in Europe. Should Jurgen Klopp’s side win its first ever Premier League title as expected this season, a lot of credit will, and rightly so, go to Van Dijk.
Prescott, who signed his $31.4 million exclusive franchise tag this week, has until July 15 to sign a long-term extension with the Cowboys. His ranking here is interesting, because Dallas’ non-QB offensive players have a higher collective win-share total than the supporting casts of all but two teams. In other words, the Cowboys’ offensive line, running backs and pass-catchers add a lot more win-share value than most quarterbacks work with around the league. And yet, Prescott is crucial to the Cowboys’ success. Consider that Next Gen Stats show Prescott ranked third in the NFL in passing yards per attempt on passes of 10-plus air yards (13.0) in 2019; he also threw 18 touchdowns on such passes (third-best). And for all the value the receivers add, Dak’s pass-catchers dropped the most passes in the NFL (43), per Pro Football Focus. If he ends up playing on the tag, Dak will be the seventh-highest paid QB in the NFL on an average annual basis, per Over the Cap.
This ranking may be a little low for some people, and that’s okay. I ranked Davis a little lower due to many things, but the biggest one for me is his lack of playoff success, which can be attributed to many things, such as being on the poorly run Pelicans until this season, his health or bad luck with seeding. Whatever the case is, a top player has to have success on the biggest stage. While Davis hasn’t had that yet, this season is his chance to break through and move up the list. The Lakers are considered to be one of the favorites for the title, and if Davis can stay healthy throughout the playoffs, they certainly have a chance. His health history combined with his lack of postseason success keep him out of the top five for me, but his great counting stats as well as defensive impact give him a strong case. If the Lakers go far this year and in the future, Davis has the chance to really move himself up this list. See even more info on Rusell Westbrook Net Worth Biography.
As much as anything, I’ve yearned for the unknown, those times wondering what each shot, each hole, each round will bring. How the 72nd hole will play out, how the best players in the world will handle the pressure as the Sunday light begins to fade away. So fellas, play well and please play away.
Joshua, whose fights are shown on DAZN in the US and on Sky Sports in the UK, reportedly earned $60m for his rematch against American Andy Ruiz Jr last December, which was made up largely by the site fee for the fight to be held in Saudi Arabia. Fury also took part in a WWE event in Saudi Arabia last October, and released a best-selling autobiography a month later, but he lags behind Joshua when it comes to endorsements. Joshua’s impressive portfolio of brands includes Under Armour, Jaguar Land Rover, Beats, Sky Sports and Hugo Boss, and according to Forbes endorsements were worth $11m to Joshua (more than the $7m Fury earned). Find additional information at News for Sports.