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CFB: Baker Mayfield Wins 2017 Heisman Trophy Award

December 9, 2017 • Breaking News, Front Page, History, NCAAComments (0)

The three 2017 Heisman Trophy finalists: *Lamar Jackson, Louisville QB (20 years old): 3,489 passing yards, 25 TD, 6 INT, 151.5 rating; 1,443 rushing yards, 17 TD *Bryce Love, Stanford RB (20 years old): 1,973 rushing yards, 17 rushing touchdowns on 237 carries (8.3 YPC) *Baker Mayfield, Oklahoma QB (22 years old): 4,340 passing yards, [&hellip...

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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....

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...

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...

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...

Hall of Fame Debate: Edgerrin James vs. Taylor/Dillon

July 27, 2017 • Features, Front Page, History, OpinionComments (0)

Hey remember when Fred Taylor went on a Twitter rampage earlier this month, expressing his disgust for not yet being selected for the Pro Football Hall of Fame? Quick refresher: There were a plethora of additional tweets he sent out, conversing with Jaguars...

Pro Football Hall of Famer Cortez Kennedy Passes Away

May 24, 2017 • Breaking News, Features, Front Page, History, NFC, NFC West, Seattle SeahawksComments (0)

Pro Football Hall of Fame member Cortez Kennedy has tragically passed away at the young age of 48 on Tuesday, May 23. The defensive tackle played 11 seasons with the Seattle Seahawks (1990-2000), tallying 668 total tackles, 58.0 sacks, 3 interceptions and 11...

Revisiting Michael Vick’s Atlanta Falcons Career

February 3, 2017 • Atlanta Falcons, Features, Front Page, History, NFC, NFC SouthComments (0)

With Michael Vick’s retirement party taking place Saturday night, and his former team playing in the Super Bowl on Sunday, I figured this would be the perfect time to revisit his six-year career with the Atlanta Falcons. Drafted No. 1 overall out of...

NFL Debate: Who is this Year’s Most Valuable Player?

January 5, 2017 • Features, Front Page, History, ListsComments (0)

In my opinion, I think this year’s NFL MVP race could be one of the tightest races we’ve seen in years. You could pretty much select from a group of three or four guys and there would be multiple arguments as to why said player deserves the...

Chargers: Antonio Gates Reels in Touchdown No. 110

December 24, 2016 • AFC, AFC West, Features, Front Page, History, San Diego ChargersComments (0)

At 36 years old, long-time San Diego Chargers’ tight end Antonio Gates is still making plays. Early on in the Bolts’ Week 16 match-up with Cleveland this afternoon, Gates reeled in a goal-line touchdown toss from veteran quarterback Philip Rivers...