So we’ve tackled the defenses of each remaining team in the NFL playoffs, now its time to move to the offensive side of the football, namely the quarterback. Let’s take a look at the 4 gunslingers and rank them from most capable of carrying his team to championship to most likely to send their squad [...]
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It’s an old adage, harped on, worshiped and believed in; defense wins championships. Simple, yet proven time and time again to be either the determining factor of a champion or the absent characteristic of a squad oh so close to reaching greatness. The 2011 NFL playoffs have no shortage of stellar defenses which proposes the [...]
The divisional round of the NFL Playoffs has drawn to a close. Four games were on tap this past weekend but just two of them provided any general entertainment to even the utmost football fan. The playoffs are a time of intense competition where teams rise to the occasion in quest for the ultimate goal [...]
Last weekend numerous players throughout the NFL were fined for “big” hits during several games. In a previous article my colleague Daniel Trombley touched on the DeSean Jackson hit which stirred conversation about the controversial topic of hits to the head. In reaction to these “big” hits, NFL Commissioner, Roger Goodell officially notified players and teams this [...]
The New York Giants host the Chicago Bears at New Meadowlands Stadium on Sunday Night Football. The Bears come into the game 3-0 and atop the NFC North. The Bears are a pleasant surprise as most picked the Vikings or Packers to be in the divisional lead. The New York Giants have played poorly in [...]
The NFL is finally back, but after a first week of “headaches” should the league rethink how concussions are dealt with? A concussion is a blow to the head or neck interrupting brain function. This past week concussions were sustained by; Kevin Kolb and linebacker Stewart Bradley of the Philadelphia Eagles, Carolina Panthers quarterback Matt Moore [...]