1. Despite Valiant Effort, Kellen Clemens Is Not the QB for the Rams

    Who would have ever expected the St. Louis Rams defense to hold the Seattle Seahawks offense to 135 yards on 40 plays? Quarterback Russell Wilson was pushed off his spot all ...

    Tyson Langland Written by Tyson Langland about 11 months ago 3,989 reads 21 comments

  2. Cardinals Have No Business Trading Larry Fitzgerald at Trade Deadline

    Over the course of wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald ’s 10-year career, he has amassed 10,883 yards receiving, 800 receptions, 82 touchdowns and three All-Pro selections...

    Tyson Langland Written by Tyson Langland about 11 months ago 4,298 reads 11 comments

  3. Can Anyone Stop the Healthy, Resurgent San Francisco 49ers?

    For the fifth time in as many weeks, the San Francisco 49ers scored 30-plus points as a team and ended the game in the win column. At 0-7, the Jacksonville Jaguars losing to the 49ers was expected, yet the NFL is a league that thrives on parity..

    Tyson Langland Written by Tyson Langland about 11 months ago 10,481 reads 103 comments

  4. What Mario Manningham's Return Means to the 49ers Offense Moving Forward

    After a 1-2 start to the 2013 season, the San Francisco 49ers had ventured into unfamiliar territory. The franchise wasn’t accustomed to losing back-to-back games under head ...

    Tyson Langland Written by Tyson Langland about 11 months ago 9,237 reads 12 comments

  5. St. Louis Rams Calling Brett Favre Is a Move of Desperation

    Desperate times call for desperate measures, right? When franchise quarterback Sam Bradford suffered a season-ending knee injury against the Carolina Panthers , the St. Louis Rams were in complete shock...

    Tyson Langland Written by Tyson Langland about 11 months ago 16,367 reads 80 comments

  6. Why Austin Davis Gives the Rams Best Chance to Salvage 2013 Season

    Let’s be honest: Without quarterback Sam Bradford , the St. Louis Rams will be lucky to win another game this season. Their defense is No...

    Tyson Langland Written by Tyson Langland about 11 months ago 8,759 reads 19 comments

  7. What Percy Harvin's Return Means for the Seahawks, NFC Playoff Race

    The time Seattle Seahawks fans have been patiently waiting for is finally here. According to John Lok of The Seattle Times , All-Pro wide receiver Percy Harvin made his first ...

    Tyson Langland Written by Tyson Langland about 11 months ago 11,803 reads 72 comments

  8. Is Corey Lemonier the Next Pass-Rushing Phenomenon in the Making?

    Ever since head coach Jim Harbaugh and general manager Trent Baalke took over in San Francisco, the 49ers have shown that they have one of the best front offices in the league when it comes to drafting...

    Tyson Langland Written by Tyson Langland about 11 months ago 11,498 reads 37 comments

  9. What Loss of Sam Bradford Means for Rams' Season, Future

    After an electrifying offseason, 2013 was supposed to be the St. Louis Rams ’ year. Their offense was starting to take shape because of recent acquisitions, and their defense ...

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  10. It's Safe to Believe in 49ers Again as Colin Kaepernick Hits High Gear

    By no means was this the case for everybody, but there were some fans and media members alike who lost confidence in the San Francisco 49ers after they started the season 1-2...

    Tyson Langland Written by Tyson Langland about 11 months ago 14,762 reads 142 comments

  11. How Much Longer Can the Cardinals Fool Themselves with Carson Palmer at QB?

    A new head coach and a new general manager gave the Arizona Cardinals hope this past offseason. Fans and media members alike believed Bruce Arians and Steve Keim had the necessary ...

    Tyson Langland Written by Tyson Langland about 11 months ago 4,841 reads 28 comments

  12. Seattle Seahawks Establishing Themselves as Kings of the NFC

    Another week, another win for head coach Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks . Winning on the road hasn ’t been this team’s strong suit over the last three years, but 2013 has been an entirely different story...

    Tyson Langland Written by Tyson Langland about 11 months ago 27,728 reads 433 comments

  13. Cardinals, Seahawks Reveal Polar Opposite Concepts to Success in Today's NFL

    Over the course of the last five years, the Seattle Seahawks and the Arizona Cardinals have both waded through the muck of mediocrity in the NFL to find success...

    Tyson Langland Written by Tyson Langland about 11 months ago 15,767 reads 34 comments

  14. Should the Seattle Seahawks Move Walter Thurmond into the Starting Lineup?

    Ever since Seattle Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner returned from his four-game suspension for violating the league’s policy on performance-enhancing drugs, things haven’t been the same for the Pro Bowl corner...

    Tyson Langland Written by Tyson Langland about 11 months ago 7,107 reads 56 comments

  15. Did the Arizona Cardinals Make a Mistake Committing to Carson Palmer?

    The demise of Arizona Cardinals' quarterback Carson Palmer began long before he arrived in the desert...

    Tyson Langland Written by Tyson Langland about 11 months ago 8,806 reads 56 comments

  16. Colin Kaepernick's Re-Emergence Reminds Us How Dangerous the 49ers Could Be

    The San Francisco 49ers ’ season didn ’t start the way the team had hoped it would. After a Week 1 win over the Green Bay Packers , head coach Jim Harbaugh and Co...

    Tyson Langland Written by Tyson Langland about 11 months ago 27,309 reads 183 comments

  17. What Does Max Unger's Return Mean for the Seattle Seahawks Passing Attack?

    Despite being 4-1 atop the NFC West, the Seattle Seahawks ' passing attack has been misfiring as of late...

    Tyson Langland Written by Tyson Langland about 11 months ago 2,548 reads 13 comments

  18. Bruce Arians Hurting Himself, Cardinals by Not Using Andre Ellington More

    When head coach Bruce Arians took over the Arizona Cardinals prior to the 2013 season, the organization hadn’t had the best of luck finding talent at the running back position...

    Tyson Langland Written by Tyson Langland about 11 months ago 7,837 reads 19 comments

  19. Tramaine Brock Is Crucial Building Block for San Francisco 49ers Secondary

    Through four seasons in the NFL , San Francisco 49ers cornerback Tramaine Brock has had his fair share of ups and downs. In 2010, Brock was signed as an undrafted free agent out of Belhaven University...

    Tyson Langland Written by Tyson Langland about 11 months ago 10,401 reads 29 comments

  20. Who's Really to Blame for Sam Bradford's Sputtering Season?

    Ever since quarterback Sam Bradford was drafted by the St. Louis Rams in 2010, expectations for the franchise have been sky high. Bradford’s arrival signaled a new beginning for an organization that desperately needed it...

    Tyson Langland Written by Tyson Langland about 12 months ago 8,246 reads 48 comments

  21. Don't Blame Colin Kaepernick for His Slow Start in 2013

    Playing quarterback in the NFL should be classified as one of the most challenging jobs in the world. Few players over the course of history have mastered the art of picking apart a defense and leading their respective team to the Super Bowl...

    Tyson Langland Written by Tyson Langland about 12 months ago 17,517 reads 117 comments

  22. Dominant San Francisco 49ers Still Have Their Best Football Ahead of Them

    When the San Francisco 49ers are pounding the rock, controlling the clock and taking the ball away from the opposition, they are one of the most feared teams in the NFL ...

    Tyson Langland Written by Tyson Langland about 12 months ago 18,816 reads 90 comments

  23. How Much of an Impact Can Bruce Irvin Make in His Return vs. the Colts?

    After last year’s disappointing performance in the playoffs against the Atlanta Falcons , the Seattle Seahawks knew their No. 1 focus during the offseason would be to upgrade their anemic pass rush...

    Tyson Langland Written by Tyson Langland about 12 months ago 8,220 reads 30 comments

  24. Why Donte Whitner's Name Change Is an Incredibly Dumb Idea

    Ever since Donte Whitner first stepped into a pro locker room, pundits have viewed him as a tenacious hitter. Coming out of Ohio State, Whitner was a blue-chip prospect that had blazing speed (4...

    Tyson Langland Written by Tyson Langland about 12 months ago 7,731 reads 74 comments

  25. Don't Look Now, but Glenn Dorsey Making Most of Fresh Start in San Francisco

    As a football player, San Francisco 49ers nose tackle Glenn Dorsey hadn’t ever experienced failure until the Kansas City Chiefs drafted him in 2008...

    Tyson Langland Written by Tyson Langland about 12 months ago 4,772 reads 4 comments