1. NFL: Eli Manning and the Giants Need to Protect the Ball, Establish the Run

    When the New York Giants take to the field Thursday night, it will be quarterback Eli Manning ’s fifth game against the Carolina Panthers ...

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  2. CFL: Tim Burke Should Remain the Head Coach of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers

    Through all the turmoil, through all the headaches and headlines, in one brief moment, Tim Burke did something Monday afternoon that should solidify himself as the head coach going forward for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers ...

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  3. CFL: Joe Mack Should Stay as General Manager Through 2013

    With the amount of public relations problems the Winnipeg Blue Bombers have suffered through this season—ultimately making them the punch line of the league—the one ...

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  4. CFL 2012: Welcome Back, Canadian Football League!

    Today marked the final game of the opening week for the Canadian Football League as the Calgary Stampeders defeated the Montreal Alouettes 38-10...

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  5. CFL 2012 Offseason: Winnipeg Makes No Big Splashes in Free Agency but That's OK

    We’re just four days into the frenzy that is the free agency period, and through that time the Winnipeg Blue Bombers have been mostly sellers, re-signing only their own players...

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  6. CFL 2012 Offseason: Alex Brink Signs New Contract with Bombers

    The news many fans in Winnipeg have been waiting for was finally announced today by the Winnipeg Blue Bombers as quarterback Alex Brink has now officially signed a new contract...

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  7. CFL 2012 Offseason: What Is This Bizarro World?

    We are roughly half-way through the painful and agonizing waiting period, also known as the offseason for the Canadian Football League, but have not been left without a share of major headlines...

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  8. CFL 2011 Grey Cup: The Winner of the Trenches Will Win the Grey Cup

    The 99th Grey Cup will kickoff in 24 hours and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and B.C. Lions are preparing to face each other for just the second time in team history. This will be B...

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  9. CFL 2011 Grey Cup: Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Defense Key to Victory Sunday

    The statement “Defenses win champions” will certainly ring true should the Winnipeg Blue Bombers find themselves hoisting the Grey Cup on Sunday evening...

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  10. CFL 2011 Postseason: B.C. Lions and Winnipeg Blue Bombers Advance to Grey Cup

    The stage has been set, the teams have been named and the 99th Grey Cup is just days away with the 2011 season nearing its completion...

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  11. CFL 2011 Postseason: Several 2011 Player Awards from the Season That Was

    With the 99th Grey Cup just days away, let’s take a look back at the 2011 season that was and award several players some awards for their efforts on the field...

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  12. CFL 2011 Grey Cup: A Look at Chris Garrett's Early Career

    His name is Chris Garrett and he grew up in Utica, New York. He was born in February of 1987 and he currently plays professional football for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers...

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  13. CFL 2011 Postseason: Winnipeg Blue Bombers Punch Their Ticket to the Grey Cup

    It has been ten very long years for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers football club since they were last fortunate to host the Eastern finals...

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  14. CFL 2011 Postseason: Winnipeg, Edmonton One Win Away from the Grey Cup

    On Sunday, four teams will play their biggest game of the season when they head into the Eastern and Western finals. Two of those teams will relish the opportunity that eluded them a year ago...

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  15. CFL Week 21: Upsets Brewing in the Postseason as the Division Finals Loom Closer

    The Eastern and Western Conference CFL finals are now set with both the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Edmonton Eskimos advancing, with Hamilton getting their first trip to the Eastern ...

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  16. CFL 2011: The Postseason Arrives with the West Holding All the Momentum

    A whole new season will start this Sunday, as the Eastern and Western semi-finals will get underway with two new playoff teams in Winnipeg and Edmonton, both of whom missed out a season ago...

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  17. CFL 2011: Winnipeg Clinches First in the East; B.C. in the West as Season Ends

    The final week of the Canadian Football League came to an end, which saw two teams who missed the playoffs a season ago return with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers hosting the Eastern final and Edmonton Eskimos receiving a home playoff game...

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  18. CFL Week 19: The Eastern and Western Finals Are on the Line This Week

    The final week of the Canadian Football League has arrived, and we are just several games away from finding out who will host the Eastern and Western finals and which teams will face off in the Semi’s...

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  19. Instant Analysis: Winnipeg Blue Bombers Johnny Sears Suspended

    The Canadian Football League announced today that following Johnny Sears helmet-to-helmet hit on Toronto’s quarterback Steven Jyles, that a one-game suspension was appropriate ...

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  20. CFL 2011: Why This Has Been One of the Best Seasons Ever

    The 17th week of the Canadian Football League has come to an end, and we are no closer to finding out who will host the Eastern and Western finals than we were a week ago...

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  21. CFL: Going Forward Alex Brink Gives Winnipeg the Best Chance to Win

    The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have one game left in the season before they move onto either the semi-finals or the finals, making their first playoff appearance since 2007...

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  22. Toronto Argonauts vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers: Bombers' Early Struggle Is Costly

    The Winnipeg Blue Bombers made their trip to the CFL Eastern final that much harder with a loss Friday night to their division rivals Toronto Argonauts. A win by the Bombers would have kept them on pace with Montreal to finish first in the East...

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  23. CFL: Two Wins for Winnipeg Earns Eastern Finals; Edmonton Looks To Hold West

    With two weeks left in the Canadian Football League, you would assume that first place has been locked up in both divisions as it has in past seasons. However, every season is a new one, and this season is no different...

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  24. CFL Week 17: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly from the Week That Was

    With just two weeks remaining in the Canadian Football League, the time for wins is now, as several teams continue to look at locking down first place in their respective divisions...

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  25. NFL: New York Giants Road to the Postseason Doesn't Get Easier from Here

    The New York Giants enter their bye in week seven atop the NFC East at 4-2 while Eli Manning continues to play his best football in October. They have won their last four of five games, outscoring opponents 140 to 119...

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