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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 and Fred Taylor fans regarding his HOF case if you’d like to [&hellip...

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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...

Pittsburgh Steelers’ Legend Not a Fan of Coach Tomlin

December 24, 2016 • AFC, AFC North, Features, Front Page, History, Pittsburgh SteelersComments (0)

It’s far from the most outrageous thing that Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Terry Bradshaw has ever said, but it’s certainly one of the more intriguing things he’s publicly said as of late. Bradshaw, 68, made an appearance on Fox...

Looking Back on 12 Great Thanksgiving Day Football Memories

November 24, 2016 • Features, Front Page, History, ListsComments (0)

With Thanksgiving Day football upon us, this is the perfect time to revisit some of the best Turkey Day memories across the National Football League. Here’s just 12 of the more memorable moments, in no particular order: The Butt Fumble 2012: The date...

Frank Gore Rushes into Top 10 on All-Time Rushing List

October 2, 2016 • AFC South, Features, Front Page, History, Indianapolis ColtsComments (0)

In today’s 30-27 loss to the Jaguars, Indianapolis Colts running back Frank Gore ran his way into the record books. While the Colts went without a 100-yard rusher yet again, Gore’s 68 rushing yards (and one touchdown) put him at 12,293 rushing...

Best Bets to Break Offensive Single-Season Records

August 16, 2016 • Features, Front Page, History, ListsComments (0)

Records are meant to be broken…some more than others. But, in today’s NFL, the records that are most likely going to be broken are passing and receiving ones as this is now a pass-happy period in football while runners have been somewhat pushed...

Hall of Fame 2016: What Brett Favre Meant to Me

August 4, 2016 • Features, Front Page, Green Bay Packers, History, NFC, NFC NorthComments (0)

In April of 2005, with the 22nd overall pick in the NFL draft, the Green Bay Packers selected quarterback Aaron Rodgers from the University of California. That is the point in time where a changing of the guard began to take place in Green Bay. By no means...