September 2012

Bears vs Packers – NFC North Contest Looms Large

updated September 12, 2012by September 12, 2012

    It’s only been one week in the 2012 NFL season and we’ve already got an interesting situation shaping up in the NFC North. As you probably know, the Chicago Bears got off to a pretty good start with a convincing win over the Colts at home. The Green Bay Packers on the other […]

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NFL Tickets – Week 1 Winners

updated September 11, 2012by September 11, 2012

    NFL tickets dealt out some real winners in Week 1 of the NFL season, a few teams that came out and took care of business. Let’s review a few of the teams that I think did themselves proud and probably set themselves up for better things to come. Washington Redskins – To say […]

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NFL Tickets – Week 1 Losers

updated September 11, 2012by September 11, 2012

    Football fans got to use their NFL tickets this week for the first time in the 2012 season and there were some doozie games. Like every opening week there were some winners and some losers, some teams that exceeded expectation and others that delivered sub-par performances. Let’s take a quick review of the […]

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Upset of the Year?

updated September 9, 2012by September 9, 2012

    On Saturday night of September 8, 2012, the #8 Arkansas Razorbacks were scheduled to play the University of Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks.  To probably everybody watching or even flipping through this game, this seemed like a easy win for Arkansas.  I was surprised to even see that it was 21-7 when Arkansas was leading.  I didn’t start […]

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Goodell’s Gets Grounded – Saints Victory (Maybe)

updated September 8, 2012by September 8, 2012

    Roger Goodell seems to have gotten a comeuppance on his whole bounty punishment as the New Orleans Saints players and those accused of pay for pain have been reinstated by a judge. It’s been a painfully long and slow process and really at this point Goodell has dealt out a major punishment regardless […]

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