6 Reasons The Chicago Bears Take the NFC North

updated July 30, 2014by July 30, 2014

The Chicago Bears have their fans cranked up. Under Head Coach Marc Trestman, things have taken a decided turn for the better in the Windy City. Here are 7 reason the Chicago Bears will win the NFC North     1) Marc Trestman. Somehow, Trestman has the Bears believing. Even keeled, yet intense, Trestman has […]

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Saints Turn Cuts into Cold Cuts (Who Dat Hunger Games) – Satire

updated July 29, 2014by July 29, 2014

New Orleans Saints to Eat Excess Free Agents   The New Orleans Saints are currently in training camp in West Virginia, a move away from their home base of New Orleans. The change to holding training camp on the road, as opposed to staying at home, is the result of a lengthy analysis by Saints […]

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NFL Tickets – 2014 AFC Predictions

updated July 28, 2014by July 28, 2014

    The AFC seems to be already set in the top four spots. After that it gets crazy. Much more so than the NFC, there’s room here for one team or another to make a surprise move. Without further ado, here are our top picks, in order, for the AFC.   Denver Broncos- No […]

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2014 NFC Predictions

updated July 25, 2014by July 25, 2014

No fanfare, just quick hits and our predictions on each NFC division. NFC East – The Philadelphia Eagles under Chip Kelly take the NFC East again. The Giants improve but a struggling defense leaves them lacking. The Dallas Cowboys can score but can’t stop anyone from scoring. The Washington Redskins need time for Jay Gruden […]

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2014 Detroit Lions – Hey, How About a Finish?

updated July 25, 2014by July 25, 2014

 The Detroit Lions Schedule Ends Tough Lions Tickets and Complete Schedule Here   The Detroit Lions were one simple item away from a post-season appearance in 2013: A strong finish. The Lions were sitting pretty at 6-3 last year and finished at 7-9, a terrible streak that dashed the hopes of Detroit fans everywhere.   […]

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