Saints Battling Injuries and the Missing Something

updated October 24, 2014by October 24, 2014

      Saints vs Packers Could Spell Success or Failure for New Orleans   The New Orleans Saints began the 2014 NFL season with high hopes a dreams of a Super Bowl. After all, the offense is still performing at  a high level, new whiz kid Cooks was a deep threat, and the defense […]

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NFL Tickets – What’s the Buzz?

updated October 23, 2014by October 23, 2014

      It’s Thursday night and the Manning train keeps rolling as the Denver Devil just hit for a touchdown. But, with those NFL tickets already analyzed let’s take a look at the news that’s rolling around the NFL right now.  Seattle Seahawks – The accusations and denials are flying. Some sources say that […]

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Top NFL games for Week 8

updated October 22, 2014by October 22, 2014

    Week 8 is upon us in the 2014 NFL season and there are a few games that I consider top attractions. These games will either pit top contenders in their respective conferences, teams with strong starts and momentum that must be maintained or interesting side stories.    Denver Broncos vs San Diego Chargers […]

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NFL Week 7 – Five Things We Learned

updated October 21, 2014by October 21, 2014

      1) The Denver Broncos are better than they were last season. In 2014, Denver sees the same old Peyton Manning, an improved running attack, and a much better defense. Whether this will be enough to carry them to a Super Bowl remains to be seen but the Broncos have improved across the […]

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Redskins Roundabout – Washington Watch -RG3peat

updated October 20, 2014by October 20, 2014

    RGIII Could Start Monday….Maybe Here we go. The suspense is killing us. Robert Griffin III has not been ruled out to start this week against the Dallas Cowboys. Actually, it would be a good time for Griffin to come back since the game is on Monday Night Football and the Cowboys are currently […]

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