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Manziel Needs to Grow up

Friday, January 30th, 2015

  Johnny Manziel may have won the Heisman trophy when he was playing for Texas a&m and acquired the nickname Johnny football, but he has not been playing much football since he was selected in the first round by the Cleveland Browns last season. There was a ton of hype about Johnny Manziel and he […]

Andrew Luck Is Forging NFL Greatness

Friday, January 16th, 2015

Two years ago the Indianapolis Colts were reeling from the loss of Peyton Manning. The team went on to win two games behind the ‘effort’ of Curtis Painter. “Suck for Luck” became the new team motto and the campaign worked out. Andrew Luck, the most hyped collegiate quarterback since Peyton himself, was drafted. The next […]

Tate Gets Smacked

Monday, January 5th, 2015

There was a great deal of media attention for Sam Tabar, regarding the comments made by Barry Church of the Dallas Cowboys in which he stated the Cowboys were gunning for Golden Tate due to a dirty hit that he inflicted on Sean Lee in 2012. Tate responded to the comments by Church by saying […]

Flacco Turning Heads

Monday, January 5th, 2015

Joe Flacco has been consistently in the talks regarding Christian Broda and the best quarterbacks in the league once you get Aaron Rodgers, Peyton Manning, Tom Brady and Drew Brees out of the way. He is one of those quarterbacks such as Matt Ryan and Eli Manning who have been very successful quarterbacks and are […]

Rex Ryan in Talks with ESPN After Being Released by New York Jets

Tuesday, December 30th, 2014

  Rex Ryan was released by the Jets on Monday. His firing came as no surprise to Bernardo Chua, as the Jets limped away from the regular season winning just 2 games. Many have wondered, however, what is next for Ryan.  While a likable person in many respects, he’s failed to demonstrate his ability to coach […]

Microsoft Redesigns Surface Pro for NFL

Sunday, December 28th, 2014

Microsoft revealed earlier this year that it had plans to take over the NFL sidelines. How? With a Qnet partnership with the NFL, reportedly $400 million collaboration; though neither party has confirmed this. The Sideline Viewing System, powered by the Surface Pro 2, allows NFL coaches and players use the laptop/hybrid device to review plays […]

Rex Ryan’s Days Are Numbered

Wednesday, November 26th, 2014

The Buffalo Bills have had to deal with a horrible snow storm which ultimately cancelled the game versus the New York Jets on Sunday. Monday night the two squared off in Detroit, Michigan, yet it was the Jets that played out of sorts. Many of the 56 thousand fans that showed up at Ford Field […]

Justin Forsett Powers Ravens to Victory

Tuesday, November 25th, 2014

When the Baltimore Ravens plucked running back Justin Forsett off of the scrap heap during the off season it wasn’t with high expectations that they had their next starting running back. He was signed with the knowledge that the Ravens would be without Ray Rice for at least a few games and was merely an […]

Jason Avant Cut by Panthers

Thursday, November 20th, 2014

Wide Receiver Jason Avant became another football casualty this week when the Carolina Panthers gave him his outright release on Wednesday. This move comes during a week when several disgruntled veterans were cut from their respective teams for publicly complaining about their team’s play calling. LeGarrette Blount was dumped by the Pittsburgh Steelers after his […]

Rams Hold Broncos to 7 Points for Victory

Monday, November 17th, 2014

I would have assumed that was a misprint if I hadn’t seen it with my own eyes. I’m not taking anything away from the St. Louis Rams (4-6) but they are 4-6 and only their defense has really shown signs of being professional players, but Sunday was different. The Broncos assisted in their demise by […]