February 2014

NFL – Graham to be Tagged

updated February 28, 2014by February 28, 2014

 The NFL free agent discussions are in full swing and few have drawn more attention than that of Jimmy Graham of the New Orleans Saints. A case could easily be made for Graham to be considered the best Tight End in the NFL. Which means in dollar terms that Jimmy Graham could be looking ata […]

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NASCAR – Dale Wins Daytona 500

updated February 27, 2014by February 27, 2014

 Dale Earnhardt Jr. is a crowd favorite for may reasons, some of which escape me, but you can’t disrespect the man because he is nothing but tenacious. He hasn’t won much of anything for several seasons but he has been in contention, so it’s not like winning the Daytona 500 is a huge surprise. It’s more like a […]

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NFL – Cowboys Woes all Jones Fault? Of Course

updated February 27, 2014by February 27, 2014

 You gotta hand it to Jerry Jones, there he is taking all the blame for the Dallas Cowboys not winning a Super Bowl. Well, maybe not all the blame. Joones does segue somewhat into a discussion of NFL finance, and maybe he’s got a point. The problem is that the finger always points back at […]

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Barry Switzer Has Something to Say About Manziel

updated February 26, 2014by February 26, 2014

 This is a family blog. Or is it? At the very least we try to maintain some sense of decorum, some remnant of polite journalism. We faill often but believe me we do try. So you might want to divert your kid’s attention from the next sentence. The follwing is taken from an article currently […]

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NFL News – Trouble in San Francisco and Combine Stuff

updated February 24, 2014by February 24, 2014

    What’s a guy gotta do to get a little love in the NFL? For a coach it’s easy. Win a Super Bowl. Nothing else will suffice. Jim Harbaugh came to a struggling San Francisco 49ers team and the result has been three straight NFC Championship games and one Super Bowl appearance. That elusive […]

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