1. Byron Leftwich Deserves a Starting Job

    Last night on Monday Night Football "Big" Ben Roethlisberger was sidelined at halftime. He would end the night going 5-of-17 passes with an interception. Enter backup quarterback Byron Leftwich...

    Sean O'Brien Written by Sean O'Brien about 6 years ago 938 reads 8 comments

  2. New York Jets: Favre Becoming a Liability?

    We all know the story. Favre retired, then unretired, then caused all sorts of drama for the Packers, finally being signed by the New York Jets. The old gunslinger was out to prove he still had it...

    Sean O'Brien Written by Sean O'Brien about 6 years ago 395 reads 12 comments

  3. Ravens-Browns: Baltimore win 37-27 In Back and Forth Battle

    In their second meeting of the season, the Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns put on a show, but ultimately, it was the Ravens who would have the last laugh. Baltimore started the scoring with a 41-yard field goal by Matt Stover...

    Sean O'Brien Written by Sean O'Brien about 6 years ago 273 reads 0 comments

  4. Colts-Ravens: Rookie Joe Flacco Looks Like Rookie

    Just when I was starting to believe in the guy, Joe Flacco goes out and puts out a stinker of a performance. Considering the team’s "D" was already banged up, the only thing us Ravens fans could ask for was no costly interceptions...

    Sean O'Brien Written by Sean O'Brien about 6 years ago 430 reads 3 comments

  5. Joe Flacco Named Baltimore Ravens' Indefinite Starter for Rest of the Season

    Baltimore’s rookie QB Joe Flacco was named starter for the rest of the season, despite the fact that Troy Smith is practicing again. Many thought that when Smith re-emerged, he would challenge Flacco for the starting job...

    Sean O'Brien Written by Sean O'Brien about 6 years ago 572 reads 2 comments

  6. Colts-Ravens: Indianapolis Faces a Make-or-Break Early-Season Test

    “There are a lot of different ways to look at close losses. Initially, they’re a lot harder to take than a bigger loss, but in the long run, there’s going to be a ...

    Sean O'Brien Written by Sean O'Brien about 6 years ago 336 reads 2 comments

  7. Discipline and Team-First Attitudes AreTaking Back the NFL

    The 2008-2009 season has been an interesting one to say the least—a roller coaster of ups and downs. We’ve seen the best QB in the league knocked out for the rest of the season in Week One...

    Sean O'Brien Written by Sean O'Brien about 6 years ago 1,179 reads 8 comments

  8. Ravens-Steelers: Joe Flacco Impressive in Overtime Loss to Pittsburgh

    Baltimore's 20-23 OT loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers should be considered an eye opener to every team left on the Ravens' schedule. Teams beware: Baltimore isn't as one dimensional as you thought...

    Sean O'Brien Written by Sean O'Brien about 6 years ago 523 reads 11 comments

  9. The NFL's Bottom 5 Quarterbacks

    5. Matt Hasselbeck - Seattle Seahawks Oh how the mighty have fallen. This quarterback is only on this list because of how much his talent has decreased since last season. It's downright upsetting...

    Sean O'Brien Written by Sean O'Brien about 6 years ago 323 reads 3 comments

  10. Steelers Vs. Ravens: Battle for the AFC North

    The AFC North is currently conquered by two teams, the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Baltimore Ravens, who are set to meet week 4 in Pittsbrugh. Pittsburgh is currently 2-1, with victories over Houston and Cleveland and a loss to the Eagles...

    Sean O'Brien Written by Sean O'Brien about 6 years ago 216 reads 6 comments

  11. NFL Week Three: The Rookie Review

    Week three has thus far been the week of upsets, near upsets, and interceptions. Oakland lost to Buffalo in the final four seconds, Miami trampled New England, the Giants squeaked by the Bengals ...

    Sean O'Brien Written by Sean O'Brien about 6 years ago 616 reads 0 comments

  12. Week 3 Preview: Cleveland Browns at Baltimore Ravens

    Week Three is full of intriguing match-ups. We've got Dallas vs. Green Bay, Philadelphia vs. Pittsburgh and San Diego vs. NY Jets. But the one I find the most intriguing is the divisional match pitting the Cleveland Browns against the Baltimore Ravens..

    Sean O'Brien Written by Sean O'Brien about 6 years ago 290 reads 2 comments

  13. Formula For a Successful Starting Rookie QB

    Time and time again the NFL season comes and goes and time and time again the NFL season is plagued by struggling rookie quarterbacks (I'm looking at you Alex Smith)...

    Sean O'Brien Written by Sean O'Brien about 6 years ago 199 reads 0 comments

  14. The Denver Broncos: Destined For a Playoff Loss

    Thus far, the NFL season has been full of speculation, disappointment, and many surprises. Perhaps one of the biggest surprises has been the emergence of the Denver Broncos as contenders. Jay Cutler and Mike Shanahan have together resurrected this team.

    Sean O'Brien Written by Sean O'Brien about 6 years ago 560 reads 8 comments

  15. Top 5 Rookies Of the NFL 2008 Season: Week 2 Review

    We're heading into the 3rd week of the NFL season and already some rookies are having a profound effect on their teams. In this article I'm going to review what I consider the top 5 rookies of the season...

    Sean O'Brien Written by Sean O'Brien about over 6 years ago 636 reads 4 comments

  16. Broncos, Bills, Packers, Oh My!

    Week 2 in the NFL saw the rise of several 2-0 teams and many people have been quick to jump on the bandwagons that follow with such records...

    Sean O'Brien Written by Sean O'Brien about over 6 years ago 102 reads 0 comments

  17. NFL 2008: The Aftermath Of Week 2

    What a season it's been thus far. In week 1 we saw a lot of championship-bound teams collapse and a few new stars born. Week 2 would be the chance for the losers to redeem themselves or the winners to prove to themselves...

    Sean O'Brien Written by Sean O'Brien about over 6 years ago 460 reads 2 comments

  18. The New England Patriots: 5 Reasons They Won't Go Undefeated

    Last season was a record breaking run for New England that ended with a stunning Super Bowl defeat by the New York Giants. That was a historic game to top off a historic season...

    Sean O'Brien Written by Sean O'Brien about over 6 years ago 1,091 reads 18 comments

  19. The Dallas Cowboys: High Expectations

    Imagine the frustration the head office of the Dallas Cowboys must be feeling. Two consecutive playoff appearances under superstar quarterback Tony Romo with two consecutive losses, first to the Seattle Seahawks and then to the New York Giants...

    Sean O'Brien Written by Sean O'Brien about over 6 years ago 332 reads 0 comments

  20. The Jacksonville Jaguars: High Expectations

    Last season, the Jacksonville Jaguars ended with an 11-5 record and a handy defeat of the Steelers in the first round of the playoffs. Many considered them the dark horse that might knock either Indianapolis or New England out of the playoffs...

    Sean O'Brien Written by Sean O'Brien about over 6 years ago 420 reads 3 comments

  21. The New Orleans Saints: High Expectations

    Last season should've belonged to the Saints. They were coming off an emotional year that ended in a loss to Chicago at the NFC Championship game. It almost seemed like they were destined to make a big splash in the NFC in '07...

    Sean O'Brien Written by Sean O'Brien about over 6 years ago 1,466 reads 2 comments

  22. Pittsburgh Steelers: High Expectations

    There was a lot of buzz about this team in the '07 season. There were a lot of talks about a possible Super Bowl run and how Big Ben would lead his team to a second victory...

    Sean O'Brien Written by Sean O'Brien about over 6 years ago 849 reads 9 comments

  23. The Minnesota Vikings: High Expectations

    Last season you saw a team that hadn't made a playoff appearance since '04 step up and make a serious run at it. Ultimately, they fell short. Even after five straight victories in the middle of the season, Minnesota was robbed of a playoff berth...

    Sean O'Brien Written by Sean O'Brien about over 6 years ago 236 reads 2 comments