1. Why Jordan Shipley Could Solve the New England Patriots' Offensive Drama

    After sitting through possibly the most boring two hours of my life today, the College Football All Star Challenge finally offered me something entertaining and, better yet, interesting to think about...

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  2. Dear Tony Dungy: The Time Has Come to Butt Out of the Colts' Business

    It's three days away from the big game—the game that is going to raise the roof and leave one team with heartache that will take an eternity to overcome...

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  3. Super Bowl XLIV: The Top Three Fan Excuses to Watch Out For

    It seems so long ago that we were crowning the NFC and AFC Champs., but in reality it was only two weeks ago. Now we're left with a four day wait before the big game, the big game that could make it or break it for either team...

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  4. Super Bowl XLIV: Why The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Could Have an Impact

    It's funny that certain areas in sports are so riddled with curses. The Jets have had them when they struggle to win at Giants Stadium; the previous sluggish Boston Red Sox went through a notorious ...

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  5. Top of the Pops: Counting Down the Top 10 Super Bowl Halftime Shows

    In case this is your first Super Bowl, we NFL fans have a little tradition that we like to stick by. It's called the Half Time Show. Sometimes it's rocking, sometimes it's not. But overall, it promises entertainment...

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  6. Hold On a Second, Nnamdi Asomugha a Jet? Well, I Guess It Could Happen

    If you thought this offseason couldn't get any weirder, stranger, or unbelievable—think again. With trades, free agents, unhappy players, and the annual draft approaching in April, players ...

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  7. Thanks for the Memories: The Greatest Super Bowl Teams Past and Present

    Five days away before hardcore NFL fans indulge themselves in sweets, chicken wings, pizza, and numerous assortments of dips and candies, Colts and Saints fans are nervously awaiting Sunday...

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  8. It's Raining, It's Pouring, but the Colts and Saints Aren't Snoring

    I'm no weather man and I'm no meteorologist, but I know bad weather when I see it. And let me tell you, Miami is feeling the full force of it...

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  9. Dwight Freeney Down: What the Injury Potentially Means for the Colts

    Peyton Manning may have seemed all smiles on Sunday in Miami while attending his 10th Pro Bowl, but deep down a low blow to the Colts core had occurred, and there was no covering up by the media in regards to letting the public know...

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  10. With the Entire League Interested, the NFL Is Julius Peppers' Playground

    The media is buzzing, the scouts are watching, and NFL writers are having an overly fun time speculating the endless possibilities for the current star defensive end Julius Peppers, who is now, as of 2010, an official free agent...

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  11. Pending Brett Favre's Retirement, Green Bay Look Favorites In NFC North

    Nearly a week since the shock loss was delivered by the New Orleans Saints at the Superdome, the Minnesota Vikings are now looking ahead to an offseason full of worry and woes as they await the decision by their team changing quarterback Brett Favre...

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  12. Kurt Warner: The Top 10 Memories of a Future Hall of Famer

    With the book shut, and the final chapter read, Kurt Warner retired on Friday a happy man. After conducting possibly the final press conference interview of his storied career, Kurt walked away from his beloved game after fifteen years of excellence...

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  13. Sorry LaDainian Tomlinson, But it's Time to Leave San Diego

    What goes up, must come down. LaDainian Tomlinson used to be one of the most feared running backs in the league. He's a five time Pro Bowl selection, and an MVP. LT is also a man that has come to the end of his career with the San Diego Chargers...

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  14. Which Colts Team Is the True No. 1, 2006 or 2009?

    If you weren't watching football in the early stages of the Colts' dynasty years, then you missed out on something big...

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  15. Bottom of the Barrel: Evaluating 2009's Worst NFL Franchises

    Two weeks before another season is due for a close, many franchises are welcoming the cold winter offseason with open arms...

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  16. Troublesome Trio: McNabb Expects Vick, Westbrook to Stay On

    Have you ever seen one of those really big carousels at the circus, that just continue to go round and round and round? Yeah, well that's what the Philadelphia Eagles off season is beginning to look like—and we're only two weeks in...

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  17. Super Bowl XLIV: The Top "Under the Radar Players" To Watch For

    Mark Twain said, "It's not the size of the dog in the fight, it's the size of the fight in the dog." Okay, so it's not exactly the most quirky out and there quote around town, but it gets the job done...

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  18. Why Tony Pike Could Solve Minnesota Vikings' Quarterback Dilemma

    At the moment in Minnesota, the quarterback position seems to be an issue that no one wants to discuss. Brett Favre has lost, and the typical offseason questioning has already gotten underway in regards to his future in the NFL...

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  19. Jay Cutler: From a Giant Promise to a Giant Mistake

    The only time success comes before work, is in the dictionary. Or as the saying goes. That sort of statement was the talking point for Jay Cutler's 2009 season, as the 223-pound quarterback offered Bears fans with another "choke" style season...

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  20. Kansas-Kansas State: Key Areas to Focus on Heading into Saturday

    Although the game is still several days away, eager fans are looking ahead to Saturday and wondering what their beloved Jayhawks may produce when they head to Bramlage Coliseum...

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  21. It's a Hard Knock Lifeā€”For Brett Favre

    Ah yes, the catchy lyrics of mister Jay-Z himself. Although I'm not a rap fan, those lyrics seem fitting considering the beating that Favre took on the ground last night against the Saints...

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  22. Jim Caldwell: Respect Is Due for the Colts' Leading Man

    When you think of the Indianapolis Colts, you think of Peyton Manning. It's almost like thinking of NASCAR without Jimmie Johnson: The simple idea wouldn't register in most people's minds...

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  23. Deja Vu: Brett Favre Relives 2007, This Time in New Orleans

    "In my mind I'm goin' to Carolina, can't you see the sunshine, can't you just feel the moonshine, ain't it just like a friend of mine it hit me from behind yes, I'm goin' to Carolina in my mind...

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  24. $5K Fine For Ray Lewis: Another Display Of Poor Judgement By The NFL

    Football. It's supposed to be a man's game right? Hard hits, broken jaws, career ending injuries, and a tough-as-nails attitude that is unlike any other in any professional sport. Today though, the unthinkable happened...

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  25. Brett Favre: Why Number Four Doesn't Want a Repeat of 2007

    Think back two years ago, and you would've noticed many interesting things in the wide world that is the National Football League...

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