1. Andy Reid Scapegoats Juan Castillo, Should Be Looking in the Mirror and at Vick

    Andy Reid , Philadelphia Eagles head coach, fired his friend defensive coordinator Juan Castillo and replaced him with secondary coach Todd Bowles on the Tuesday after the Eagles ...

    John Durst Written by John Durst about almost 2 years ago 668 reads 1 comments

  2. Kyle Orton Leaving? Chiefs Looking Like the Browns in More Ways Than One

    Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Kyle Orton uttered some chilling words when he was asked if he'd be back in a K.C. uniform in 2012. “I don’t know. I’m going to step away...

    John Durst Written by John Durst about over 2 years ago 1,657 reads 41 comments

  3. James Harrison Hit on Colt McCoy Aftermath: NFL Pulls Photo, Hypocrisy Reigns

    I came across an article on FOXSports.com that reported the NFL took a photo down from their online store that showed a concussed Colt McCoy on the Cleveland Browns bench right ...

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  4. Cam Newton of the Carolina Panthers Already in Elite QB Company

    So far, there are a total of six QBs that are averaging over 300 yards per game. The first five names I'm going to give you are regulars atop the leaderboard in said category: Tom Brady (360...

    John Durst Written by John Durst about almost 3 years ago 587 reads 8 comments

  5. Oakland Raiders Target Carson Palmer with Jason Campbell out for the Year

    The Oakland Raiders are finally off to a hot start at 4-2, but while the rest of the AFC West was getting healthy on a bye week, the Raiders were getting banged up...

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  6. NFL Trade Rumors: Denver Broncos Offering Up Wide Receiver Brandon Lloyd?

    This just in: Denver Bronco wide receiver Brandon Lloyd is up for grabs, or such is the rumor. Someone called incarceratedbob , apparently endorsed by Adam Schefter, put out the ...

    John Durst Written by John Durst about almost 3 years ago 2,342 reads 28 comments

  7. Tebow, Broncos and All Bruised-Up Ballplayers Benefit from AFC West Bye Week

    Week 6 brings three of the four AFC West teams ( Chargers , Chiefs , Broncos ) a week of rest and regrouping, and it couldn't come at a better time for all of these teams, either...

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  8. Chargers, Chiefs, Broncos and Raiders: AFC West Week 5 Preview

    In 2010, Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles was the premier back in the AFC West (with Oakland's Darren McFadden right on his heels), S.D. WR Vincent Jackson wasn't allowed to play until November and the Chiefs never trailed in the division race all season...

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  9. 2011 NFL Fantasy Watch: Top 25 Risk/Reward Players Who Could Pay Out Big

    Last year, fantasy football players got D-Bowed by the surprise players of the season, Dwayne Bowe and Michael Vick . The year before, it was Chris Johnson that took the world by storm...

    John Durst Written by John Durst about over 3 years ago 5,266 reads 11 comments

  10. 2011 NFL Pre-Preseason Division Picks: Predicting Every Division Winner

    Now that the draft is over, it's time to start getting ready for the 2011 season, even if the teams can't just yet. So in the spirit of that, I'm going to give you my picks for the winners of every division...

    John Durst Written by John Durst about over 3 years ago 1,972 reads 12 comments

  11. Jonathan Baldwin: The Kansas City Chiefs' Missing Link for AFC West Dominance

    In between the draft dust settling and the NFL season getting under way, there are always bold predictions about kids that catch eyes, turn heads and spark debate amongst NFL fans and critics alike...

    John Durst Written by John Durst about over 3 years ago 992 reads 5 comments

  12. 2011 NFL QBs on the Brink: Top 10 Rebounders, Reprieves, and Possible Retirees

    When it comes to NFL quarterbacks, the current NFL lockout couldn't have come at a better—or worse—time. There is a great deal of uncertainty in the league right now, and none more than the QB position for a lot of teams...

    John Durst Written by John Durst about over 3 years ago 213 reads 1 comments

  13. NFL Lockout Plot Thickens, Athletes at Large: With No CBA, the Hoodlums Can Play

    The recent arrest of Vikings cornerback Chris Cook sparked some questions about the effect of the NFL lockout on the player code of conduct and just how the league will handle situations involving players who get into trouble this offseason...

    John Durst Written by John Durst about over 3 years ago 352 reads 0 comments

  14. NFL Owners Lockout: How Will Work Stoppage Affect Loaded 2011 Free-Agent Class?

    With the NFL free agents not allowed any contact with any NFL teams and NFL coaches not allowed to engage in any team-related activities, the 2011 NFL free agent class may be the biggest story that no one is talking about right now...

    John Durst Written by John Durst about over 3 years ago 5,472 reads 64 comments

  15. NFLPA Decertifies: Players Walk Out, Owners Lock Out No Reason to Freak Out

    No agreement between the NFLPA and the NFL owners could be reached by today's 5 pm deadline, and NFLPA chairman DeMaurice Smith's demands of ten years of audited financial records from the owners was not met for an extension in labor talks...

    John Durst Written by John Durst about over 3 years ago 268 reads 2 comments

  16. Denver Nuggets 'Melo Out: Why Losing Carmelo Anthony Could Win Playoff Games

    Since trading All-Star forward Carmelo Anthony, the Denver Nuggets have won five of their last six games while still scoring 107 points per game, scoring more than 100 in five ...

    John Durst Written by John Durst about over 3 years ago 2,997 reads 25 comments

  17. NBA All-Star Game Caps Great Weekend: Kobe and LeBron Stole Griffin's Thunder

    Between James Jones putting up a score of 20 to win the shootout and Blake Griffin edging out JaVale McGee in an epic duel of dunkery, how could the NBA All-star game possibly measure ...

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  18. Chiefs, Chargers, Broncos and Raiders Again: All-AFC West Defense/Special Team

    AFC West detractors be damned; I have put together an 11-man roster that can blanket any receiving corp, sack any QB, and stop any running back dead in their tracks, as well as the ...

    John Durst Written by John Durst about over 3 years ago 1,064 reads 52 comments

  19. Chiefs, Chargers, Raiders and Broncos—Oh My! All-AFC West Offensive Team

    Now that the 2010 season is over, there isn't going to be much to talk about until the new CBA—collective bargaining agreement— is completed. So here's something to keep the NFL fires burning for AFC West fans...

    John Durst Written by John Durst about over 3 years ago 1,059 reads 45 comments

  20. NFL: AFC West May Become NFC West 2.0 In 2011 Due to Beefed Up Schedule

    After a 2010 AFC West campaign that yielded only one team with 10 wins, 2011 pits the AFC West against much more fierce competition. In 2010, they played the NFC West and the AFC South, and still no AFC West team could muster more than 10 wins...

    John Durst Written by John Durst about over 3 years ago 923 reads 22 comments

  21. AFC West Coaching Carousel: Chiefs, Chargers, Broncos and Raiders Full of Change

    After a topsy-turvey 2010 season in the AFC West, things were finally starting to fall into place in the division—and then the sky fell on everyone...

    John Durst Written by John Durst about over 3 years ago 759 reads 14 comments

  22. Pro Bowl 2011: The 10 Most Relevant Stories from the NFL's Most Irrelevant Game

    Here we are again: January 31 and one more Pro Bowl in the books. Even though the NFL is the nation's biggest draw as far as professional sports go, the NFL Pro Bowl is quite possibly ...

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  23. Chad Ochocinco's Long, Strange Trip: A Troubled Cincinnati Bengal Gone Wrong

    The latest headline involving Chad Ochocinco has him stooping to a new low. Chad has challenged Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis to a "cage match" after Lewis responded ...

    John Durst Written by John Durst about over 3 years ago 729 reads 12 comments

  24. Jay Cutler Takes Heat in Frigid Chicago for Hot and Cold Career, Not for Injury

    Jay Cutler was sidelined for almost the entire second half of Sunday's NFC championship game due to what we all now know to be a sprained MCL. During the game, many of his NFL colleagues were putting him through the gauntlet via twitter...

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  25. Mark Sanchez: New York Jets QB Is Closer To Being Joe Namath 2.0 Than You Think

    Mark Sanchez catches a lot of heat for his team winning "in spite" of the young quarterback's play, but history shows us that he may be a lot better than he's given credit for being...

    John Durst Written by John Durst about over 3 years ago 1,347 reads 55 comments