1. Indianapolis Colts 2011: What They Need to Win Super Bowl XVLI

    The first thing the Colts need is to get healthy. Last years injury list is a long one: Austin Collie, Dallas Clark, Melvin Bullitt, Clint Session, Jerraud Powers, and the list goes on...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Victor Spurrier about over 3 years ago 653 reads 8 comments

  2. Philadelphia Eagles: Which Surprise Players Have a Chance to Shape the Season?

    Obviously Michael Vick , Desean Jackson, Trent Cole and Asante Samuel will be the players everybody looks to when determining how the Eagles will do in 2011...

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  3. Terrelle Pryor, Steve Spurrier Out of Touch: College Players Shouldn't Be Paid

    After hearing of Steve Spurrier bringing a petition around the SEC to pay players $300 a game (and getting a fair number of signatures), I was at first angered by the idea that scholarship athletes are so downtrodden...

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  4. 2011 NFL Draft Results: Danny Watkins, Philadelphia Eagles 1st-Round Draft Pick

    The Eagles selected offensive lineman Danny Watkins over picks like Gabe Carimi and Jimmy Smith, who were considered to be more likely to be taken in that slot...

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  5. Patrick Willis or Ray Lewis: Who Is the NFL's Top ILB?

    Inside and middle linebacker have been positions which have changed drastically. With the increase in popularity of the 3-4 defense the true Mike linebacker has seen its presence in the league decrease...

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  6. Michael Vick: Future Implications of Benching Kevin Kolb

    Kevin Kolb's future in Philadelphia is likely not as the starting quarterback. If Michael Vick is able to take the locker room from Kevin Kolb his career in Philadelphia is over...

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  7. Michael Vick: How Starting Vick Could Lead to The Disintegration of The Eagles

    Michael Vick has outplayed Kevin Kolb so far this season. Kolb played a dismal first-half in week one against the Packers, while Vick played well in the second half. Vick then played phenomenally against the Lions in Kolb's absence this past Sunday...

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  8. 2010 NFL Draft: Does Trading for Draft Picks Make Sense? Ask Jerome Bettis

    What if I offered you Ernie Conwell and Ryan Tucker for Jerome Bettis? How about John Bowie for Randy Moss? If you think you're being low-balled here you aren't alone...

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  9. Philadelphia Eagles Acquire Ernie Sims From Lions For Fifth Round Draft Pick

    The Eagles gave up a fifth round pick in this week's draft for weak side linebacker Ernie Sims. Sims was one of the few bright spots for the dismal Lions over the last few seasons...

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  10. Brian Westbrook's Departure Means What For the Philadelphia Eagles?

    Brian Westbrook was one of the greatest Eagles running backs in history. Because of chronic injuries the Eagles were left with a big money back that was frequently injured, and is at the point where one more injury could be it...

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  11. What Does the Loss of Antonio Pierce Mean for the Giants?

    I don't know about you, but Pierce being cut was a bit of a shock. I knew things were going to change in New York, but I did not think this was where they would start... OK, maybe that's a bit of sarcasm...

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  12. NFL All-Time Team

    Montana, Rice, Jim Brown, Dick Butkus, Reggie White, it doesn't get any better than this. These are the best that have ever played, and any team would be lucky to have any guy here. From Red Grange, to Randy Moss, Bronko Nagurski, to Brian Dawkins...

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  13. 2010 Draft Needs: Buffalo Bills

    The Bills have more talent than their record suggests. That said they need a quarterback, an offensive lineman, a defensive tackle, a linebacker, a tight end. Okay, maybe they don't have that much talent...

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  14. 2010 NFL Draft Needs: Tennessee Titans

    The Titans started off terribly despite high expectations, but Vince Young put together a great finish to the season. The Titans might be able to push that momentum into next season but need to build through the draft to do so...

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  15. 2010 NFL Draft: Philadelphia Eagles' Needs

    The Eagles need to fill a few spots if they want to be a contender next year. They need a linebacker, a safety, an offensive lineman, and a running back...

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  16. 2010 NFL Draft Needs: Indianapolis Colts

    Let me start by saying this; the Colts have more holes than people think. The Colts lack a shutdown corner, need another linebacker, need to upgrade at DT, could use a G, or T, and depending ...

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  17. Super Bowl XLIV: Another Reminder of the Lost Art of Tackling in the NFL

    From watching the NFL, I would assume that proper tacking form is something like this: 1. Sprint as fast as you can, running high, toward the opposing player. 2. Once reaching your opponent, dive for his legs or midsection...

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  18. There Is No Such Thing As Bend But Don't Break

    In the 2010 NFL season the Colts finally did away with the "Bend but don't break" scheme that had plagued them during the Dungy years, and made a defense full of talented players into a mediocre unit, and that's being generous...

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