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Johnny Manziel is a Perfect Fit for Cleveland

February 6, 2014 • AFC, AFC North, Features, Front Page, NCAA, UncategorizedComments (1)

Being a Cleveland sports fan is not the easiest thing in the world. From, “The Drive,” to LeBron’s decision to take his talents to South Beach, things have been rough. It doesn’t get much better for fans of the Browns due to the recent state of the team. The Cleveland Browns are one of the [&hellip...

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Cousins Impresses with 264-yard, 3 TD performance; Skins’ Comeback Attempt Falls Short

August 19, 2012 • UncategorizedComments (1)

Wherever the Washington Redskins travel this season, rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III will steal the spotlight and receive all the media attention. That, however, was certainly not the case once the second half of Washington’s preseason Week 2...

The Darren McFadden Effect: RunDMC Gives Oakland Best Shot at Winning Games

August 13, 2012 • UncategorizedComments (0)

Tonight is the night we will get to see Oakland’s Darren McFadden back in action during the Raiders’ preseason opener against the Dallas Cowboys. With Michael Bush departing for Chicago, it appears as though RunDMC (McFadden’s nickname) will...

Andrew Luck Takes Control of Offense in Pro Debut

August 13, 2012 • UncategorizedComments (0)

One day after the best debut of Week 1 of the preseason, possibly even one of the best rookie quarterback debuts we’ve seen in years, there seems to be more talk about the release of Miami Dolphins wideout Chad Johnson. It’s a shame, really. Sure,...

With Mathews Out 4-6 Weeks, Brinkley and Brown Must Step up

August 10, 2012 • UncategorizedComments (0)

Following last night’s 21-13 preseason-opening victory over the reigning Most Valuable Player Aaron Rodgers and his Green Bay Packers, the San Diego Chargers received some very bad news. Starting running back Ryan Mathews, 25, suffered an injury on his...

Preseason Kick-off: 47 Reasons to Tune in Tonight

August 9, 2012 • UncategorizedComments (0)

Sure, the NFL season technically got underway with the Saints defeating the Cardinals 17-10 last Sunday in the 2012 Hall of Fame game. But that doesn’t even officially count as a preseason game, it’s just a simple exhibition game....

Mendenhall Expected to Miss First Six Games; "Redzone Redman" Time in Pittsburgh

August 8, 2012 • UncategorizedComments (1)

Still in the recovery process of a torn ACL, suffered during Pittsburgh’s Week 17 matchup with the Cleveland Browns on January 1. Typically the recovery process of a torn knee ligament is between eight and 12 months, so the Steelers placed Mendenhall on...

Hall of Fame Game: Saints Win, Kolb Suffers Setback

August 6, 2012 • UncategorizedComments (1)

The 2012 season officially got underway last night in Canton, OH as the first exhibition game was played at Fawcett Stadium. Fresh off signing his big-time contract extension, Drew Brees led his Saints–in the process of recovering from the Bounty...

Hall of Fame Induction: Curtis Martin’s Acceptance Speech Steals the Show

August 5, 2012 • UncategorizedComments (2)

Six new members have officially been ushered in to the Pro Football Hall of Fame following Saturday night’s ceremonies. All six were well-deserved, including former Steelers’ cornerback Jack Butler, who played in the 1950s and has been waiting 53...

Vikings to Add Blair to Ring of Honor this Season

August 1, 2012 • UncategorizedComments (0)

The Minnesota Vikings–currently preparing to do battle with the tough Green Bay Packers, Chicago Bears and Detroit Lions in the NFC North this season–have plenty of question marks and issues to handle during camp. Can Christian Ponder carry the heavy load...