December 2012

NFL News – Tags, RG3, and Other Stuff

updated December 13, 2012by December 13, 2012

    Paul Taiglabue threw a wrench in the Roger G domination of the world evil plot this week by cancelling suspensions on Saints players caught up in the Bountygate scandal. “Curses, foiled again!” said Roger G. The decision does bring up the chance that Sean Payton may be allowed to come back early. Maybe, […]

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NFL Tickets – New Orleans Saints Losing Victory

updated December 12, 2012by December 12, 2012

    OK, so former NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue has decided that the sanctions imposed on New Orleans Saints players was way too much and no suspensions should have been issued. What does it all mean? It means that Goodell still wins. Take a look at the Saints. What should have been a Super Bowl […]

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Super Bowl Contenders – No Tickets for Houston?

updated December 11, 2012by December 11, 2012

    If there was ever a time for the Houston Texans to stand up and prove themselves as contenders for Super Bowl tickets it was Monday night. The Texans had plenty of momentum, the best record in the AFC, and something to prove. What they did prove was that they might be the NFL […]

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NFL Playoff Picture Narrowing…..A Little

updated December 10, 2012by December 10, 2012

    After this week’s games in the NFL we can see the playoff picture narrowing slightly but the results also introduce some interesting possibilities. Here’s a few observations. The New Orleans Saints are out. Having turned to Steve Spagnuolo to bring some respectability to their defense the Saints ended up with the worst defense […]

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Super Bowl Tickets | Scouting the Field | San Francisco 49ers

updated December 8, 2012by December 8, 2012

    The San Francisco 49ers could very well earn their Super Bowl tickets this season and under the guidance of an unexpected quarterback. But I have to ask the question: Does it really matter what quarterback they use? With a defense like the 49ers, just about anyone will do. Right now the San Francisco […]

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