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Putting the RGIII Injury to Rest: Shanahan Played Situation Correctly in Heat of Battle

January 8, 2013 • Drama, Features, NFCComments (0)

Okay, here’s the deal: We get that there are some Washington fans that are upset about rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III’s knee injury towards the end of the Skins’ first round playoff loss to the Seattle Seahawks. That’s understandable. But calling for Griffin to have been benched before the re-occurring injury happened in the...

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Week 17: Head Coaches Who Could be Facing "Black Monday" Firings

December 30, 2012 • Drama, FeaturesComments (0)

With today being the final game of the season for over half of the teams in the National Football League, it’s natural that some of the head coaches will be fired tomorrow…A.K.A. “Black Monday.” A couple of teams are in dire need of...

Denver and Seattle: Super Bowl Favorites?

December 25, 2012 • AFC, Features, NFCComments (1)

The playoff field hasn’t been complete quite yet, but that past two weeks of play have really taught us a lot. Some of the match-ups may have even been a preview of what’s to come this January. When it comes down to making a late-January playoff...

Adrian Peterson’s Magical Season: How Does he Stack up Against the League’s All-time Greats?

December 22, 2012 • Features, HistoryComments (0)

It’s no secret that the Minnesota Vikings’ 27-year old running back Adrian Peterson (also referred to as “AP” or “AD,” which is short for “All Day”) is just 294 yards away from further immortalizing himself...

Recapping Week 15: The NFC Playoff Picture and Why the Redskins Will Win the East

December 19, 2012 • Features, NFCComments (0)

The NFC at this point is a bit more wide open than the AFC. Three of the four divisions in the AFC have already been spoken for, and one more is on the verge of being claimed as early as this weekend. The NFC is a different story, with just half of the...

Recapping Week 15: AFC Playoff Picture Experiences Shake-up

December 18, 2012 • AFC, FeaturesComments (0)

Heading into this past weekend, the Baltimore Ravens had a perfect shot at proving they belong with the top dogs in the American Football Conference. Taking on Peyton Manning and the then-10-3 Denver Broncos, a banged up Baltimore defense seemed poised for...

Thanksgiving Day Recap: What Have we Learned?

November 24, 2012 • AFC, Events, Features, NFCComments (0)

Unfortunately I was unable to post a preview of the three Turkey day games (happy belated Thanksgiving, by the way!). But I happened to go 3-0 on the day in terms of picking the games, so that’s a positive––check out the “picks” tab if...

Week 11 Action Gives Out Mixed Signals

November 19, 2012 • AFC, Features, NFCComments (0)

I’m not so sure about everyone else, but I have had a hard time deciphering exactly what happened around the league yesterday. Records being set, feats being accomplished, players being hurt left and right, overtime games every where you look....

No Panic Button for Chargers: Slow Start in San Diego Follows Yearly Pattern

November 1, 2012 • AFC, FeaturesComments (0)

Just hours away from a Thursday night primetime match-up with AFC West rival Kansas City, the 2nd place San Diego Chargers (3-4) may find themselves in a must-win situation. At 1-6, the Chiefs are virtually out of playoff contention as we approach Week 9 in...

Classic Uniforms: Which Throwback Unis are the Best of the Best?

October 27, 2012 • AFC, Features, History, Lists, NFCComments (0)

Over the last couple of years we’ve seen more and more teams turn back the clock by bringing some of the franchise’s classic uniforms back out on to the field. So that begs the question: whose classic unis are the best of the best? I’ve...