Did anyone else notice this? Following the Philadelphia Eagles’ iconic Super Bowl victory over New England Sunday night, during the post-game Lombardi Trophy presentation, the NFL had Washington Redskins legend Darrell Green escort the Lombardi to the Eagles. Considering the two teams are division rivals, I found this kinda funny,Read More →

February 1, 2009: Steelers defeat Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII on an incredible six-yard touchdown catch from Ben Roethlisberger to Santonio Holmes with 35 seconds to play. Pittsburgh would go on to win the game 27-23, handing the Steelers the franchise’s record-breaking sixth Lombardi Trophy. It is still, to thisRead More →

Sunday afternoon, Jacksonville’s 25-year old quarterback Blake Bortles played his heart out in the AFC Championship game. Against the mighty Tom Brady, Bortles out-played New England’s offense for three quarters, finishing the game with 293 yards, a passing touchdown, zero interceptions and a 98.5 QB rating. He came up justRead More →

Last week, it was the Everson Griffen post-game interview that captivated me in the NFL playoffs mayhem. This week, it’s the Julie Ertz video circulating after Philadelphia’s 38-7 NFC Championship game victory Sunday night: https://twitter.com/ussoccer_wnt/status/955275403408523264 Following USWNT’s game, Julie — wife of Eagles TE Zach Ertz — reacts to findingRead More →

Sunday’s Conference Championship games didn’t exactly go as I was expecting them to play out. I, as well as many others, were almost expecting a blowout in the AFC Championship with the NFC Championship game coming down to the wire. Instead, it was the other way around. New England trailedRead More →

Okay, I’ll be honest. We here at All-Out Blitz have truly struggled with game picks this postseason. But that’s what so great about the NFL playoffs, right?? Any given Sunday! Sunday afternoon’s Conference Championship match-ups feature three squads without any Super Bowl victories (Jacksonville, Philadelphia and Minnesota) and one squadRead More →

Remember last off-season, when free agent defensive end Calais Campbell made the decision to sign with Jacksonville, rather than Denver? And … remember how all of the Broncos fans thought he was crazy for choosing the 3-13 Jaguars over their beloved Broncos? Well, that “take” did not age well. DenverRead More →