1. Chicago Bears: Jay Cutler's Antics, Not Toughness, Cause for Criticism

    Jay Cutler has never really won the hearts and minds of the National Football League. He's been labeled as a spoiled four-year old kid who throws tantrums on the field...

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  2. Ben Roethlisberger: Pittsburgh Steelers QB May Earn New Nickname

    Standing at over 6-foot, five inches tall and weighing in at over 240 pounds, it's little wounder how Ben Roethlisberger earned the nickname "Big Ben". Big Ben. It's got a ring to it...

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  3. Jets vs. Steelers: It's About Mark Sanchez vs. Ben Roethlisberger

    Sunday's American Football Conference title game between the New York Jets and Pittsburgh Steelers pits Mark Sanchez against Ben Roethlisberger. It's "the road king" vs "Big Ben"...

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  4. 2011 NFL Playoffs: Bears, Jets to Serve Underdog Special in Sunday's Title Games

    The old saying was that people root for the underdogs, yet in Sunday's conference title games, the hottest team in the playoffs, as well as the most seasoned team, are solid picks to meet in Super Bowl XLV...

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  5. NFL Playoffs: A Time For Unsung Heroes To Step to the Plate

    Although he was a first-round pick, the biggest play of Freddie Mitchell's short four-year career was a 28-yard catch on 4th-and-26 in the 2004 NFC Divisional playoff game between the Eagles and Packers...

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  6. Matt Forte: Bears RB Could Be Key in NFC Championship Game

    This weekend's NFC title game squares off the NFL's oldest rivalry, as the Chicago Bears host the red hot Green Bay Packers, who are coming off road wins against the NFC's No. 1 and No...

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  7. Mark Sanchez: Jets Star Is More Than Just a Quarterback in the NFL, He's an Icon

    In the back of his mind, Mark Sanchez may know this, but may not acknowledge it. So I will for him. Sanchez is not just a starting quarterback in the National Football League, ...

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  8. NFL Playoffs: Tom Brady Is Not Joe Montana, But Someone Else Might Be

    Joe Montana never did it, not once, ever. Yes he lost in the playoffs. As a matter of fact, he even got blown out badly by the New York Giants in the 1987 divisional playoffs ...

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  9. NFL Playoffs: Expect No Major Upsets in Divisional Round

    The biggest upset in the NFL Playoffs since the Jaguars 1996 Divisional win over the No. 1 seed, the John Elway-led Denver Broncos, happened last week when the 7-9 Seattle Seahawks ...

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  10. BCS Title Game: Lack Of Adjustments Cost Oregon Ducks National Title

    One of the biggest reasons why Mike Singletary was fired by the San Francisco 49ers with one game left in the regular season, was his lack of adjustments...

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  11. NFL Playoffs: The Incredible Return Of Seahawks WR Mike Williams

    It was reported that at one time, he had ballooned from 230 to 271 pounds. He was a firstst round pick, who in five years, was on his third NFL squad...

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  12. Seattle Seahawks Defeat Super Bowl Champs: Weak NFC West No More

    All season long, NFL experts and analyst jumped on the bandwagon that the NFC West was the worst division in the National Football League. Chants went up that the entire division was a complete mess, and they were part right...

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  13. NFL Playoffs: Seahawks Pull off Major Upset, Dethrone Saints 41-36

    Two days ago, I wrote an article in which I gave three reasons why I believed that the Seattle Seahawks could potentially upset the defending Super Bowl Champion, New Orleans Saints ...

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  14. San Francisco 49ers Have Their Head Coach, Now They Need a Quarterback

    Now that the San Francisco 49ers have landed their "white whale" ( Moby Dick reference) with the signing of Jim Harbaugh as their 18th head coach in franchise history, the 49ers ...

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  15. Jim Harbaugh as Head Coach: San Francisco 49ers Strike Gold

    San Francisco 49ers President Jed York likes to talk a big game. Following a gut-wrenching 27-24 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles before a nationally televised audience, York commented to ESPN: "We are going to win the division...

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  16. 49ers Still In Running to Sign Jim Harbaugh After Dolphins Stick With Sparano

    by Orly Rios Jr. Despite not having played an NFL game in over 11 years, Jim Harbaugh has been the NFL media darling the last 48 hours as news reports came in that the Miami Dolphins ...

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  17. Alex Smith Could Find Solid Foundation in the FA Market

    By Orly Rios Jr. After being granted an expansion franchise in September of 1998, the Cleveland Browns selected Kentucky quarterback, Tim Couch #1 overall in the 1999 NFL Draft...

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  18. 2011 NFL Playoffs: Seattle Seahawks Have All the Makings for a Giant Upset

    In their second full season of existence, the 1996 Jacksonville Jaguars entered Mile High Stadium one week after ending the Buffalo Bills season in the 1996 AFC Wild Card...

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