1. Antonio Cromartie To the Detroit Lions? How This Move Could Affect the NFC North

      As far as divisional rivalries go, the NFC North pretty much has every base covered. Green Bay, Minnesota, Chicago and Detroit...

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  2. 2010 NFL Draft: The Top Five Head Coaches Whose Career Hangs in the Balance

    It's a testy time in the NFL, and I sure as hell wouldn't want to be a player or coach in the modern era of football...

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  3. 2010 Looks Promising: Why Matt Leinart May Be The Next Aaron Rodgers

    Following greatness is hard to pull off in any sport. Just ask Steve Young, the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback who had the honor or rather, the task, of following "The Great One" Joe Montana after his departure in the early 1990's...

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  4. Chargers Gambling With Darren Sproles, Suddenly Toby Gerhart Makes Sense

    It's been a while since we saw this kind of attitude from the San Diego Chargers, but it's safe to say it's been a long time coming...

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  5. Man About Town: Arizona Cardinals' Head Coach Ken Whisenhunt To Stay On

    It's been a rather odd start to the offseason for the Arizona Cardinals.  After ending 2009 on a rather sour note, funnily enough the focus hasn't been on the 2010 NFL Draft that is fast approaching in April...

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  6. A Move in the Making: Why Julius Peppers To the Chicago Bears Makes Sense

    Chicago.  The land of defensive powerhouses, well so it used to be.  Finally, the inevitable has happened.  The Chicago Bears have veined interest in a top caliber athlete, and his name is Julius Peppers...

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  7. Dry but Not Empty: Which Newly-Released Running Back Has More To Offer?

    The term "One and Done" gets thrown around a lot in professional football. We've heard it regarding Brett Favre, we've heard it regarding Terry Bradshaw's broadcasting career, but Brian Westbrook and LaDainian Tomlinson? Get out of town...

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  8. LaDainian Tomlinson a Green Bay Packer? Let the Speculation Begin

    I can honestly say I never thought I'd see the day that LaDainian Tomlinson was released from the San Diego Chargers. However, it just proves my normal statement—"The NFL is a weird and wacky place"— even more true...

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  9. For Jerome Harrison, the Weight of the Browns Rests on His Shoulders

    "Okay, so now what?"  Four simple words that the Browns head coaching staff faced after their inevitable release of veteran running back Jamal Lewis on Saturday, which has now left fourth year ...

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  10. All Systems Go: Jermaine Gresham Will Be a Kansas City Chief in 2010

    When you get the label "The most dynamic tight end at Oklahoma since Keith Jackson," you pretty much know your going to do just fine in the NFL Draft...

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  11. Fishing with Antonio Cromartie: The San Diego Chargers Way

    It's a time of much uncertainty in San Diego.  Players are considering other options, with large sums of money are hanging over heads...

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  12. Should Mason Crosby Stay or Should He Go? Green Bay Packers Kicking Dillema

    In 2009, the Green Bay Packers had their fair share of problems.  A high number of sacks, numerous coaching issues, and a high penalty count were only a few of the issues that the highly anticipated Green Bay Packers were plagued with in 2009...

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  13. Thorn In The Side: Why the Atlanta Falcons May Keep New Orleans Saints at Bay

    Finally, the hype has died down. New Orleans has won the Super Bowl, Brett Favre is playing retirement games already, and the NFL is taking a much deserved rest from mainstream media...

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  14. Dear Brian Westbrook, the Time Has Come To Leave the Philadelphia Eagles

    Whether you love him or you hate him, you cannot help but admire what running back Brian Westbrook has accomplished in his storied career with the Philadelphia Eagles...

    Ryan Cook Written by Ryan Cook about almost 5 years ago 731 reads 5 comments

  15. Antonio Pierce a Green Bay Packer? Well, Just Think of the Possibilities

    For some odd reason, Antonio Pierce's dismissal from the New York Giants hasn't made front-page news. Heck, it has barely even been mentioned...

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  16. Jim Caldwell: Calm Attitude May Land Indianapolis Colts' Coach in Hot Water

    Now that the water has finally simmered, and the fire is smouldering, the aftermath of Super Bowl XLIV has finally cooled down...

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  17. Dom Capers: The Defensive Genius That Takes Little To No Credit

    If I think back to this time last year, I recall two things that were surging through my mind. The first being that Aaron Rodgers had to pick up his game in order to guide the Packers to the ...

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  18. NFL: The Top 10 Ways To Cure Post Football Depression

    If you've ever watched football before in your lifetime, you'd know as well as I do that the offseason is often the most drawn out time of the year...

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  19. Hall of Fame or Bust: Why Drew Brees Has One Last Box To Check

    It feels like only yesterday, doesn't it, since Kurt Warner retired? Well in reality, it was nearly a month ago, and the career of a future Hall Of Famer is now over, one and done and sent into the record books as one of the greatest of all time...

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  20. Detroit, Cleveland, Buffalo, or Oakland: Who Is in Need of a Trophy More?

    A day after the New Orleans Saints capped off their impressive Super Bowl win, analysts, fans, press, and players are already speculating about who will be the lucky team to hoist the Lombardi ...

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  21. Peyton Manning: Why Poor Sportsmanship Could Prove Costly to His Legacy

    We're used to seeing it from Brett Favre, we're used to seeing it from Terrell Owens, but Peyton Manning? I just don't believe it...

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  22. Super Bowl XLIV: How Old Is Roger Daltrey? Plus, a Complete Analysis of The Who's Performance

    It's all wrapped up, the Saints have secured their well deserved trophy, and the city of New Orleans is partying like it's 1999...

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  23. Steady or Not? Peyton Manning Costs the Colts Ring Number Three

    Finally, it's over. No more analyzing, no more questioning, and more importantly, no more Super Bowl talk. Yes, the New Orleans Saints have won Super Bowl XLIV and have sent Bourbon Street into ...

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  24. The Who: Breaking Down Super Bowl Performance by Peter Townshend, Roger Daltrey

    Who are they? I hear you ask, well they are only one of the greatest rock bands to grace gods green earth. For the optimistic fan out there that has offered criticism on the old time English ...

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  25. Close But No Cigar: The Top 10 Quarterbacks To Never Win a Super Bowl

    If there is one thing that you can compare to life itself, it would have to be football. It resembles the struggles we go through everyday, the emotional highs and lows, and the backbreaking ...

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