1. Aaron Rodgers Has Established Himself as One of the NFL's Elite Quarterbacks

    In today's NFL, when there is a discussion as to who is the best quarterback in the league, three names always come up: Tom Brady, Peyton Manning and Drew Brees. Everybody else is a "second-tier" quarterback at best...

    Carl Ragsdale Written by Carl Ragsdale about over 3 years ago 1,263 reads 9 comments

  2. NFL Power Rankings: Who Are the NFL's Best Quarterbacks?

    The NFL regular season is over, and it included some memorable and historic performances by quarterbacks. From the bad to the good to the great, I decided to do a power ranking of the NFL's quarterbacks...

    Carl Ragsdale Written by Carl Ragsdale about over 3 years ago 3,641 reads 45 comments

  3. Minnesota Vikings Should Start Joe Webb Regardless of Brett Favre's Health

    Saying that the 2010 season has not gone as most had anticipated would be a vast understatement. The preseason Super Bowl favorites were eliminated from the playoff race weeks ago...

    Carl Ragsdale Written by Carl Ragsdale about over 3 years ago 849 reads 4 comments

  4. NFL Playoffs: Should the NFL Change Its Postseason Format?

    The goal of the playoff format is to put the twelve teams that most deserve an opportunity to play for a championship into the playoffs. As it stands, the winners of the four divisions in each conference obtain the top four seeds in the playoffs...

    Carl Ragsdale Written by Carl Ragsdale about over 3 years ago 1,496 reads 76 comments

  5. NFL Playoff Picture: Where Does Every NFL Team Stand?

    Every team has now played 15 games and the playoff scenarios are starting to take form. Half of the NFL's teams have been eliminated from the playoffs altogether and are looking toward ...

    Carl Ragsdale Written by Carl Ragsdale about over 3 years ago 3,615 reads 14 comments

  6. Tom Brady Has Removed All Doubt He Belongs With the All-Time Greats

    Tom Brady might be the most criticized elite quarterback of our generation. He can't put up the stats that Peyton Manning does. He can't succeed without a championship caliber defense...

    Carl Ragsdale Written by Carl Ragsdale about over 3 years ago 1,211 reads 54 comments

  7. Peyton Manning: A Look at The Indianapolis Colts' Quarterback In 2010

    It is no secret that Peyton Manning has had both his successes and his struggles in the 2010 season. I have recently read articles that call Manning the most overrated quarterback in the NFL as well as articles that call Manning the 2010 NFL MVP...

    Carl Ragsdale Written by Carl Ragsdale about almost 4 years ago 469 reads 5 comments

  8. NFL Week 12: Picks, Predictions and Previews

    It is Thanksgiving weekend, where teams are getting ready for the closing stretch of the season, and no team has more than a one-game lead in any division, which means that every division is wide open...

    Carl Ragsdale Written by Carl Ragsdale about almost 4 years ago 4,336 reads 1 comments

  9. NFL Midseason Awards: Why Michael Vick Is the NFL's Most Valuable Player

    Michael Vick 's return to prominence in 2010 has been one of the NFL 's great stories. Vick is playing the best football of his career, and the Eagles offense has been nearly unstoppable with Vick leading them...

    Carl Ragsdale Written by Carl Ragsdale about almost 4 years ago 1,668 reads 20 comments

  10. NFL Week 11 Picks, Predictions and Preview

    We are now in the 11th week of the NFL season. Every team has played nine games, and now is the time of year where division races heat up...

    Carl Ragsdale Written by Carl Ragsdale about almost 4 years ago 6,546 reads 3 comments

  11. Dallas Cowboys: Why "America's Team" Will Win Super Bowl XLV

    August 2010—Arlington, Texas Heading into the 2010 NFL season, the Dallas Cowboys look like the NFL's team to beat. Personally, I have to give Jerry Jones and Wade Phillips all the credit in the world for how this roster is assembled...

    Carl Ragsdale Written by Carl Ragsdale about almost 4 years ago 484 reads 0 comments

  12. NFL Week 10 Picks, Prediction and Preview

    We are now at the point in the NFL season where every team has played at least eight games, and we as fans have seen enough to tell for the most part which teams are in the thick of the playoff race and which teams are already looking toward next year...

    Carl Ragsdale Written by Carl Ragsdale about almost 4 years ago 709 reads 3 comments

  13. NFL Week 9 Picks, Prediction and Preview

    The 2010 NFL season has been filled with surprises at almost every turn. This week will likely be no different, as there will be upsets, injuries and wild, unpredictable games...

    Carl Ragsdale Written by Carl Ragsdale about almost 4 years ago 2,183 reads 24 comments

  14. Brett Favre's Injury Will Force Brad Childress To Make a Difficult Decision

    Brett Favre has had a legendary career and is a future first ballot Hall-of-Famer. He holds most NFL career passing records, including passes attempted, passes completed, passing yards, passing touchdowns and interceptions...

    Carl Ragsdale Written by Carl Ragsdale about almost 4 years ago 2,371 reads 3 comments

  15. Eagle's Kevin Kolb: Improving Vertical Passing Game Is Key To Success

    After Michael Vick injured his ribs in Sunday's game against the Washington Redskins, Kevin Kolb was given a second chance to prove that he can be the face of the Philadelphia ...

    Carl Ragsdale Written by Carl Ragsdale about almost 4 years ago 738 reads 4 comments

  16. NFL Cuts: Cardinals Release Matt Leinart, Is Derek Anderson The Solution?

    According to both ESPN and nfl.com, the Cardinals have released former first-round pick quarterback Matt Leinart...

    Carl Ragsdale Written by Carl Ragsdale about 4 years ago 1,649 reads 8 comments

  17. NFL Predictions for 2010 Season: Philadelphia Eagles Preview, Part Three

    The Philadelphia Eagles enter this season with many new and younger faces, and Kevin Kolb is now running the show...

    Carl Ragsdale Written by Carl Ragsdale about 4 years ago 1,069 reads 3 comments

  18. Philadelphia Eagles: Will Running Game Be Lost Without Brian Westbrook?

    Brian Westbrook was once the most important player on the Philadelphia Eagles' offense. At first glance, it looks like the Eagles are losing a huge backfield threat...

    Carl Ragsdale Written by Carl Ragsdale about 4 years ago 682 reads 10 comments

  19. A Tribute To Donovan McNabb: One Of The Eagles' Greatest Players

    The fan base of the Philadelphia Eagles has one of the worst reputations in professional sports. We are known as the ones who threw snowballs at Santa Claus and as the ones who cheered when Cowboys' great Michael Irvin suffered a career ending injury...

    Carl Ragsdale Written by Carl Ragsdale about 4 years ago 994 reads 7 comments

  20. NFL Predictions for 2010 Season: Philadelphia Eagles 2010 Preview Part 2

    The Philadelphia Eagles enter this season with many new and younger faces, and Kevin Kolb is now running the show...

    Carl Ragsdale Written by Carl Ragsdale about 4 years ago 893 reads 0 comments

  21. Philadelphia Eagles 2010 Preview Part One

    The Philadelphia Eagles enter this season with many new and younger faces, and Kevin Kolb is now running the show...

    Carl Ragsdale Written by Carl Ragsdale about 4 years ago 1,179 reads 8 comments

  22. NFL Predictions for 2010 Season: Can Vikings Win Super Bowl Sans Favre?

    The recent rumor mill surrounding Brett Favre has him retiring from football this upcoming season. The Minnesota Vikings were considered primed to make a Super Bowl in 2010 with Favre ...

    Carl Ragsdale Written by Carl Ragsdale about 4 years ago 1,458 reads 5 comments

  23. A Player's Statistics Must Be Measured In the Context of His Era

    When evaluating a football player, statistics are by far the most popular measure. While it has many flaws, the stat sheet does do a decent job of giving us an idea of how successful any one player is...

    Carl Ragsdale Written by Carl Ragsdale about 4 years ago 337 reads 17 comments

  24. Why Running Up the Score Should Be Allowed in Football

    Plenty of controversy has surrounded the term "running up the score" in recent years. The most common center of this controversy has been the New England Patriots and their record-setting ...

    Carl Ragsdale Written by Carl Ragsdale about over 4 years ago 1,827 reads 27 comments

  25. Why Kurt Warner Deserves a Spot in the Pro Football Hall of Fame

    With the retirement of Kurt Warner this past offseason, speculation has began to whether or not he will be given a spot in the Pro Football Hall of Fame...

    Carl Ragsdale Written by Carl Ragsdale about over 4 years ago 882 reads 15 comments