1. NFL All-Decade All-Time Canton Snubs : Offense

    Ever since the Pro Football Hall of Fame opened their doors in 1963, the selectors have been voting on which players best represent the NFL each decade since the 1920's...

    JW Nix Written by JW Nix about over 3 years ago 3,619 reads 36 comments

  2. NBA 2011 All-Star Dunk Contest : Who Will Reach The Stars?

    The Contestants Blake Griffin is a 6'10" player with the Los Angeles Clippers. The front runner for the Rookie of the Year award, he is second on his team in scoring at 22...

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  3. The Best New Orleans Saints Not In the Pro Football Hall Of Fame (Defense)

    Thanks to the tireless efforts of David Dixon, the Saints were born in the Big Easy in 1967. Dixon, who was also the creator of the Louisiana Superdome and the United States Football ...

    JW Nix Written by JW Nix about almost 4 years ago 1,081 reads 12 comments

  4. The Best New Orleans Saints Not In The Pro Football Hall Of Fame (Offense)

    Thanks to the tireless efforts of David Dixon, the Saints were born in the Big Easy in 1967. Dixon, who was also the creator of the Louisiana Superdome and the United States Football ...

    JW Nix Written by JW Nix about almost 4 years ago 9,999 reads 14 comments

  5. Crazy Canton Cuts : Winston Hill

    Winston Hill 6'4" 270 Offensive Tackle New York Jets 1963 - 1977 15 Seasons 198 Games Played 174 Consecutive Starts 8 Pro Bowls AFL All-Time Team Winston Cordell Hill ...

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  6. NFL Pioneer John Nisby Was A Hero To All

    When John Nisby was born in 1936, the state of California did not yet realize a true leader was now amongst their midst...

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  7. Why Roger Goodell is Bad as Hell for the NFL

    The muckerism known as the Roger Goodell Era began in the National Football League when he barely won the job as commissioner by two votes in 2006...

    JW Nix Written by JW Nix about almost 4 years ago 1,345 reads 2 comments

  8. Albert Pujols' Treatment by St. Louis Cardinals Has Him Seeing Red

    For a relative small-market team, the St. Louis Cardinals have had many of the finest baseball players ever wear their jersey. Of the 42 Hall of Famers to pass through their dugout, perhaps the most famous thus far has been Stan "The Man" Musial...

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  9. Pro Football Hall of Fame Class 2011: NFL Voters Wake Up, Almost Get It Right

    Some of my regular readers know I have a series of articles, Crazy Canton Cuts, that is dedicated to gridiron greats not yet inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame...

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  10. Super Bowl XLV MVP : 10 Players Who Could Find NFL Legend Status Sunday

    One of the first things mentioned in the history books, in regards to Super Bowl lore, is who was named the Most Valuable Player of the game. This honor places that individual forever in a prominent place in the NFL story...

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  11. Super Bowl XLV : Why Green Bay Cheese Will Melt Through Pittsburgh Steel

    While the lazy journalist takes the easy way out by huddling in front of the lockers of Ben Roethlisberger and Aaron Rogers, defense is the real story of Super Bowl XLV...

    JW Nix Written by JW Nix about almost 4 years ago 835 reads 30 comments

  12. Pro Football Hall of Fame : Chris Hanburger Is on the Cusp of NFL Immortality

    The Pro Football Hall of Fame voters meet on February 7, 2011. In the group of players that they will decide from, Washington Redskins legend Chris Hanburger, a Seniors nominee, ...

    JW Nix Written by JW Nix about almost 4 years ago 802 reads 17 comments

  13. Super Bowl XLV: B.J. Raji Mans The Middle Of The Packers Super Bowl XLV Dreams

    Nose tackle is the most difficult position to play in the National Football League. Every snap a player takes at the position encounters multiple opponents crashing down on the player from all angles...

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  14. Chad Ochocinco Sports A Johnson Again For The Cincinnati Bengals

    While being interviewed by ESPN, Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco announced he will be calling himself Chad Johnson again and would soon seek to legally change his name, once again...

    JW Nix Written by JW Nix about almost 4 years ago 469 reads 10 comments

  15. Nnamdi Asomugha: Why the Patriots Payback on the Raiders Should Start Here

    History is a cycle, something that the National Football League experiences more often than most observers care to recall or acknowledge...

    JW Nix Written by JW Nix about almost 4 years ago 3,659 reads 74 comments

  16. Jay Cutler Bears Bailout Symbolizes Chicago's Curse

    While several former and current NFL players complain about the toughness of Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, his teammates vehemently defend Cutler and claim there ...

    JW Nix Written by JW Nix about almost 4 years ago 1,415 reads 35 comments

  17. Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? 10 NFL Quarterbacks Who Might Change Jobs in 2011

    Virtually every season in the history of the National Football League has experienced change at the quarterback position...

    JW Nix Written by JW Nix about almost 4 years ago 3,229 reads 22 comments

  18. Denver Broncos John Elway Wants To Break The Mold And Not Be Like Mike

    Michael Jordan , Wayne Gretzky, Larry Bird, Wes Unseld, Otto Graham, Bart Starr, Norm Van Brocklin, Elgin Baylor, Larry Wilson, Elroy "Crazy Legs" Hirsch, Mike McCormack, Pete ...

    JW Nix Written by JW Nix about almost 4 years ago 916 reads 7 comments

  19. 2010 Divisional Playoffs: NFL Gold Approaches Closer As Prospects Dig For Glory

    The 2010 NFL Divisional Playoffs begin and end with an air of familiarity. Division rivals butt heads for a third and final time in their quest to win the Super Bowl...

    JW Nix Written by JW Nix about almost 4 years ago 420 reads 0 comments

  20. NFL Wild Card Weekend Is a Road Warrior's Dream

    As the 2010 NFL Wild Card weekend approaches kickoff, speculation runs rampant on who will play football again next week and who will go fishing instead. Quarterbacks will get much of the press, starting with future Hall of Famer Peyton Manning...

    JW Nix Written by JW Nix about almost 4 years ago 500 reads 1 comments

  21. NFL 2010 All-Rookie Team: Thanks For The Memories Kid

    When every NFL team goes into a draft each year, they visualize what each available player can do for them. After deciding on which player to draft, they make definite plans on how to utilize each player to the best of their abilities...

    JW Nix Written by JW Nix about almost 4 years ago 3,597 reads 12 comments

  22. Jerry Jones Set to Hire the Wrong Man for the Dallas Cowboys Head Coaching Job

    Ever since Jerry Jones fired Jimmie Johnson as head coach of the Dallas Cowboys in 1993, the owner has basically wandered around like a lost soul devoid of a positive personality for his team...

    JW Nix Written by JW Nix about almost 4 years ago 1,496 reads 26 comments

  23. NFL 2010 Season: Looking Ahead by Remembering the Past

    Most NFL fans like to predict how a season will go before it starts, and yours truly is not any different. I did quite poorly but decided to pay the piper by reviewing things...

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  24. NFL Losers: Why Brett Favre, Roger Goodell and Terrell Owens Ruin Football

    As a new year squirts out Father Time's loins, an old relic gets dug up out of desperation. The 2010 regular season of the NFL concludes on Sunday, a perfect time to lament and ...

    JW Nix Written by JW Nix about almost 4 years ago 2,893 reads 29 comments

  25. NFL Front Office Eunichs Look To End the Philadelphia Eagles 2010 Season

    Since Roger Goodell was hired as commissioner of the National Football League in 2006, his reign has been one of blow-hard ineptitude...

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