October 2012

NFL News in Week 7 | Saints, Falcons, Packers, Jets, and Eagles

updated October 16, 2012by October 16, 2012

    The NFL is a constant maelstrom of activity and news, only some of which bears repeating. I’m going to put myself out on a limb here and say that I know what’s worth reading and what’s not worth reading. Ha!! The New Orleans Saints unending saga of bounty and bounceback continues with the […]

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NFL News – Broncos Sink Chargers With Huge Comeback

updated April 30, 2014by October 16, 2012

          Hey, when you’re team is leading by 24 points at halftime you’re probably OK to take your foot off the gas, right? Obviously you’re dominating the other team and the win is locked down, right? Not so in the NFL.Not so when you’re playing Peyton manning anyway. The Broncos quarterback […]

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NFL News for Week 6

updated October 10, 2012by October 10, 2012

    What’s in the NFL news this week? Robert Griffin III of the Washington Redskins will probably play against the Minnesota Vikings this week. Griffin, who suffered a concussion against the Atlanta Falcons, was cleared to practice according to sources. In the course of five games the Redskins have discovered that they have a […]

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A Tale of two Quarterbacks in the NFL

updated October 10, 2012by October 10, 2012

    Being a quarterback in the NFL is a pretty glamorous job. There aren’t too many of us who wouldn’t like to be in that position. Of course, we all like to think we would be one of the successful quarterbacks like say, Drew Brees or Brett Favre, or Tom Brady. But th QB […]

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NFL Tickets – Power Rankings in the Media

updated October 10, 2012by October 10, 2012

    There aren’t many things I like better than a good argument and the NFL rankings provided by our friends at ESPN are always the basis for a good dispute. I’m going to pick a few teams and either agree or disagree with the analysis. Houston Texans- Currently ranked #1 and I can’t find […]

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