1. The Marvin Lewis Hot Seat Has Cooled Down Thanks to Bengals' 5-2 Start

    Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis appeared to be on the hot seat prior to the start of the 2009 season. As the Bengals enter the bye week in first place of the AFC North with a 5-2 ...

    Dan Parzych Written by Dan Parzych about over 4 years ago 289 reads 1 comments

  2. Philadelphia Eagles Have Finally Landed a Top Wideout in DeSean Jackson

    This article can also be found at NFLTouchdown.com Tom Brady has Randy Moss. Peyton Manning has Reggie Wayne (and had Marvin Harrison for a while). Even Steve Young had Jerry Rice to help make his life easier...

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  3. Phillies vs. Yankees Causing Fans to Become "Frienemies" in World Series

    After sitting through 162 games and two rounds of the playoffs, the Philadelphia Phillies and New York Yankees will square off Wednesday night to open up the first game of the 2009 World Series...

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  4. Fantasy Football: NFL MVP Week Seven

    This article can also be found on FantasyPros911.com. Each week, Dan Parzych will take a look at the top performers in the NFL with Parzych's 2009 NFL MVP, whether they are at quarterback, running back, wide receiver, or tight end...

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  5. Monday Night Football: Redskins Have Recent Success Against Eagles

    With the way the Washington Redskins have performed this season, one would think the Philadelphia Eagles should have no trouble leaving FedEx Field with a victory on Monday Night Football...

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  6. Cincinnati Bengals' Offense Shows Us Just How Dangerous They Can Be

    Prior to the start of the 2009 season, the Cincinnati Bengals knew they had the potential to have one of the most high-powered offenses in all of football...

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  7. If Kolb Started Last Week, Would The Eagles Have Defeated The Raiders?

    As we approach Week Seven of the 2009 season, the Philadelphia Eagles are still scratching their heads trying to figure out what exactly went wrong in their 13-9 loss to the Oakland Raiders last Sunday...

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  8. Bengals-Bears: All Eyes on Cedric Benson in an Intense Matchup

    For any die-hard NFL follower, there are certain matchups that stand out in the schedule each week during the regular season—matchups that will make any fan want to watch if their team isn't playing at the same time...

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  9. Cincinnati Bengals: The 19-Game Drought Is Finally Over for Ochocinco

    After legally changing his name prior to the start of last season, Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco was given the nickname "Ocho-Stinko" by many fans and critics around the league following his disappointing 2008 season...

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  10. For Eagles to Be Contenders, Andy Reid Needs To Balance Play Calling

    On paper, last week’s matchup against the Oakland Raiders seemed like one of those “easy” wins for the Philadelphia Eagles...

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  11. Philadelphia Eagles Hoping to Catch Encore Performance From Jeremy Maclin

    When former Missouri WR Jeremy Maclin was available after the first 18 picks in the 2009 NFL Draft, the Philadelphia Eagles knew they needed to make a move quickly to draft a player they never expected to be available late in the first round...

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  12. Cincinnati Bengals: Why Benson Should Run Wild Sunday Against the Texans

    This article can also be found on WhoDeyBengals.com Despite the team's disappointing season, Cincinnati Bengals running back Cedric Benson ended the 2008 season on a positive note...

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  13. Despite 3-1 Record, Have the Eagles Really Been "Tested" In '09?

    This article can also be found on NFLTouchdown.com As I was driving in my car late Sunday afternoon (stuck in traffic from my day trip back from Media, PA), I was listening to one ...

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  14. Cincinnati Bengals Living Up to the "Sleeper" Name so Far in 2009

    This article can also be found on WhoDeyBengals.com Despite a disappointing season in which they finished with a 4-11-1 record, many analysts were predicting the 2009 Cincinnati Bengals as a sleeper team, and to breakout as playoff contenders...

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  15. Philadelphia-Tampa Bay: Last Season's Tie Shows Eagles Should Be Cautious

    If history repeats itself, the Philadelphia Eagles should win Sunday against the 0-4 Tampa Bay Buccaneers considering head coach Andy Reid is 10-0 in his career following the bye week...

    Dan Parzych Written by Dan Parzych about almost 5 years ago 193 reads 1 comments

  16. Cincinnati Bengals: When Will The Real Laveranues Coles Show Up?

    There was disappointment throughout the city of Cincinnati when WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh signed with the Seattle Seahawks in the offseason. However, it only took two days for the Bengals and their beloved city to find his replacement...

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  17. Philadelphia Eagles' Bye Week Came at the Perfect Time This Season

    With injuries to quarterback Donovan McNabb, running back Brian Westbrook, and wide receiver Kevin Curtis, no team needed to take advantage of the bye week more than the Philadelphia Eagles in Week Four...

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  18. Cincinnati Bengals: Is Andre Caldwell The Reason For Chris Henry's Slow Start?

    After being suspended 14 games the previous three seasons, Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chris Henry appeared to be a changed player during the team's offseason workouts...

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  19. Philadelphia Eagles Are Finally Finding Ways To Win Again Before the Bye Week

    Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid has one of the most impressive resumes in the NFL (even though he’s still waiting to add Super Bowl Champion to it). A 99-66-1 career record in his 11th season...

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  20. Coles vs Houshmandzadeh: Who Is the Better Fit for the Bengals' No. 2 WR?

    Before signing with the Seattle Seahawks during the offseason, former Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh was arguably one of the best No. 2 wide receivers in all of football...

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  21. Philadelphia Eagles Welcome Back Jeremiah Trotter

    One of the last memories of Jeremiah Trotter with the Philadelphia Eagles was him hugging Brian Dawkins goodbye after he was released in 2007. Now, it appears that the third time may be a charm for Trotter and the Eagles...

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  22. Oakland Raiders Should Have Kept Garcia Instead of Starting Russell

    What's Bugging Me is a weekly column on FantasyPros911.com What's bugging me this week? How about the Oakland Raiders deciding to stick with Quarterback JaMarcus Russell instead of Philadelphia Eagles Quarterback Jeff Garcia...

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  23. Brian Leonard's Heroics Infuse New Life Into Cincinnati Bengals Fans

    During HBO's miniseries Hard Knocks no player seemed to work harder for a roster spot than Cincinnati Bengals running back Brian Leonard...

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  24. Bengals' Chad Ochocinco Has Defenders Asking How to Stop No. 85 Once Again

    Last season, no player seemed to be affected more by Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer's elbow injury than wide receiver Chad Ochocinco...

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  25. In Defense of Philadelphia Eagles Quarterback Kevin Kolb

    Despite playing in just three games so far in his three-year career, Philadelphia Eagles backup quarterback Kevin Kolb has taken more heat from fans then Kanye West did after he stole the microphone from Taylor Swift at this year’s VMA’s...

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