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Tom Savage Holds Shortest Post-Game Press Conference of All-Time?

November 28, 2017 • AFC, AFC South, Features, Front Page, Houston TexansComments (0)

After tossing for 252 yards and a pair of interceptions in Houston’s 23-16 Monday Night Football loss to Baltimore last night, Texans quarterback Tom Savage walked out of his post-game press conference after about … oh, I don’t know, 10 seconds. Shortest press conference of all-time? It’s understandable that he’s frustrated...

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Steelers Introduce Inaugural “Hall of Honor” Class

November 28, 2017 • AFC, AFC North, Front Page, History, Pittsburgh SteelersComments (0)

Most NFL teams, at this point, have some sort of “Hall of Honor” or “Ring of Fame” to honor former players. As the team with the most Super Bowls in league history, you’d think the Pittsburgh Steelers would have already had one....

AFL: Albany Names Les Moss As Assistant Coach

November 28, 2017 • Arena Football League, Front PageComments (0)

Things are starting to fall into place for the Arena Football League’s newest team out of Albany, NY. Though they don’t yet have their nickname, the Albany squad had already named Rob Keefe as the team’s head coach and now it appears as...

Julio Jones Racks up 253 Yards in Win over Tampa

November 27, 2017 • Atlanta Falcons, Fantasy, Front Page, NFC, NFC SouthComments (0)

After Antonio Brown’s insane sideline catch in last night’s win over Green Bay, there’s no doubt in my mind that he’s the best receiver in the game. Honestly, the catch just further cemented his spot in my mind. But, Julio Jones is...

10 Years Later: Remembering the Late Sean Taylor

November 27, 2017 • Features, Front Page, HistoryComments (0)

November 27, 2007. It’s a date football fans — specifically University of Miami and Washington Redskins fans — will always remember. At the incredibly young age of 24, fourth-year pro Sean Taylor passed away after being shot in the leg by an...

NCAA: Terps Drop Season Finale to No. 10 Penn State

November 25, 2017 • Front Page, NCAA, University of MarylandComments (0)

COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Wide receiver DJ Moore hauled in eight catches for 100 yards en route to breaking Maryland’s single-season reception record, but the Terps fell to No. 10 Penn State, 66-3, on Saturday afternoon. Moore finished the season with 80...

Former NFL Wideout Terry Glenn Passes Away in Car Wreck

November 20, 2017 • Breaking News, Front Page, HistoryComments (0)

Sad news in the NFL world today. Former NFL wide receiver Terry Glenn passed away in a car accident earlier this morning. The 12-year veteran and former Ohio State standout was 43 years old. Glenn was selected seventh overall by the New England Patriots in...

NCAA: Slow Start Trips Up Delaware in 28-7 Loss to Villanova

November 18, 2017 • Front Page, Game Recap, NCAA, University of DelawareComments (0)

Press release from BlueHens.com: VILLANOVA, Pa. — This time, a slow start was just way too much to overcome for the University of Delaware football team. Delaware, playing longtime rival Villanova in its annual Battle of the Blue rivalry, fell behind...

Why is Drew Brees Rarely in the “Greatest QB of All-Time” Debate?

November 15, 2017 • Features, Front Page, History, New Orleans Saints, NFC, NFC South, OpinionComments (0)

Just the other day, while watching 38-year old quarterback Drew Brees lead the New Orleans Saints to a 47-10 victory over Buffalo while completing 72% of his pass attempts, I had an interesting thought. Why on earth is Brees rarely included in the...

NCAA: Spruill Scores Twice as Delaware Football Shuts Down Albany

November 11, 2017 • Front Page, Game Recap, NCAA, Press Release, University of DelawareComments (0)

Press release courtesy of Bluehens.com NEWARK, Del. — The University of Delaware defense was dominating once again and freshman running back Khory Spruill enjoyed the finest day of his young career with two fourth-quarter touchdowns as the Blue Hens ran...