The article isn’t composed of the first 32 picks of the draft. The journalist ranked the picks by fit and value. I found when grading the players these two stats worked out, but seemed opinionated. The journalist did a good job of looking into the teams and valuing their picks based on what they need. Which I found made it easier to read and less opinionated.
A college football fan offers his thoughts on Lamar Jackson, Josh Allen, and the rest of the NFL’s incoming quarterback class in this article. The journalist doesn’t back down and has backbone when writing. His claims aren’t backed with stats cause stats are for loser they’re backed with assurance. The journalist writes with authority when talking about a player with a will to compete and win. The journalist claims when ranking quarterbacks is based off not just stats but character again cause stats are for losers. It makes it fun to read something on sports that isn’t totally technical and it makes it interesting.
This article is about the upcoming Tarantino movie. The journalists cover ps theories about the upcoming movie that mainly concern Tarantino’s quirks when directing. The journalists also referees to other movies of his and Star Trek movies. After doing this he ventures into his thoughts. The article is composed of stuff that could be completely wrong so the topic can be influenced by opinion that accounts for fact. This is something I could take away from it, the fact that theorization is composed of thought with evidence allows the journalists to put into the article a piece of his mind.
Laurent Ballesta has spent four years returning to the Fakarava Atoll where sharks and grouper swarms face off in a battle for survival. The journalist touches on the past four years of this photographers life. He utilizes the photographers photos to tell the story. It gives the reader an idea of the environment. It also allows the writer to not have a long drawn out article composed of the writer explaining the area. I feel I can take away this way of writing to avoid plot summary.
The journalist writes more about forest than he does the plot. I feel I can utilize this because my is mainly on the development of Jules. The only difference is that Forest is a kind hearted likable character and jukes is a hit man. The analysis that the journalist is mainly through scenes which I can use in mine because Jules’ character development is composed of three scenes.
Vea brings grit, toughness to an already revamped defensive line. This what the journalist claims when looking at the technical side. He does a good job at looking I got eh pros and cons of the draft choice and how he supplements the team. He also touched on the teams views of Vita. The team has deemed the d-line the “asskickers”. The idea of a six foot three hundred pound Samoan monster in a group of d-line deemed the “asskickers” hypes me up. The arricle has a way to make the reader look forward to swing this somoan monster tear people in two.
This journalist is gritty. He has no problems covering a much needed topic that could be deemed as a offensive. After the sad death of mini me. The rankings of celebrity dwarfs. It’s an important topic needed to be covered by a professional journalists at this level. I find his no holds barred easy going comical approach entertaining and fun to read.
This article touches on Jay Cutler easily the least motivated and competitive football player to ever play. The article touches on his departure which is honestly unlikely. The journalist voiced his opinion which I agree with. He claims he is a fun quarterback to root for. I firmly believe in this because he isn’t bad just unmotivated. He would rather be retired but teams continue to throw millions at him hoping to revive their team. The journalist conveys this in a likable way and I like that.
This article touches on the saints trade to draft Marcus Davenport. It is a concrete article, straight to the point, and easy to read. There is not anything special to it; it just gives a run down of what happened. When reading an article about a simple concrete topic about something that happened this is what I prefer. There isn’t any opinion on the topic just evidence. It makes it easy to read and allows you to get your own idea from it. It may be boring to read if you do not take 8ntrest in the subject, but if you do it is a well written article.
A number of issues result in our kids turning away from organized sports at a time when they could benefit from them the most. The journalist that wrote this article touches on this point and does it in way I don’t exatly want to write like. She makes a few ordinary claims that can be seen in the root of all change. She links the lowering numbers to change in culture which is a given. The article is a drowned out boring topic to begin with. If I were to write on this claim I would touch on topics like participation trophies or studies showing the danger of injuries. The article avoids any controversy and lack backbone making it a boring read.