Casey Mabbott

Casey Mabbott

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Lifelong Sports fan, football especially. Big love for the Oregon Ducks, Portland Trailblazers, Portland Timbers, and Green Bay Packers.

Currently covering Oregon Sports for www.oregonsportsnews.com
Follow me on twitter @OregonSportsGuy

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  • Arthur Spooner posted 1039 days ago

    Arthur Spooner

    Hey man I liked you're article on Andrew Luck's chances in the NFL.. You're reply to my comment was absolutely correct and I had actually written a little post about what the Colts should do at my blog.. check it out! http://christiant22.sportsblognet.com/

  • JW Nix posted 1727 days ago

    JW Nix

    you may dig this : http://bleacherreport.com/articles/314148-the-best-washington-redskins-not-in-canton

  • Matt Miselis posted 1754 days ago

    Matt Miselis

    Breaking News: Ben Roethisberger Out vs Ravens.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/298702-breaking-news-ben-roethisberger-concussion-inactive-vs-ravens

  • Terry Robinson posted 1765 days ago

    Terry Robinson

    BB will retire when he goes blind from watching film 27 hours a day, lol.

    I was surprised to see Brady throwing so much in the first couple of games this season, but in retrospect, it makes a lot of sense. I think BB was trying to help Brady get over some psychological hurdles. And it worked.

    With Taylor and Morris both out, we have a limited running game now, but never underestimate Kevin Faulk. He just quietly goes about his business and usually gets the job done. Maroney is spotty, and I would love to see some BJGE, but he just doesn't get a lot of touches.

    People bad-mouth Brady for his dinking and dunking, but when you've got Welker, a healthy Edelman and now Stanback to dink it too, why not? TB has nothing to prove, he's already done it.

    Why are you being nice? (tongue in cheek.)

  • Terry Robinson posted 1765 days ago

    Terry Robinson

    Dude, you said you needed my help. Make up your mind.

    If you don't want my help, why ask for it?

    But I'm going to be cool about this and tell you that:

    A) Sanchez is currently playing like the rookie he is.

    B) But the Jets have a running game, first in the league if I'm not mistaken. Close to it anyway.

    C) The Patriots are looking for serious revenge AND they are a very different team than they were in week two.

    D) The game is at The Razor.

    E) The Patriots are mad as hell, for obvious reasons.

    F) The Jets have shown some D, but look at who they have played. Besides NO, of course.


    I am picking the Patriots in a grudge match. That's what I can tell you.

    If you want any respect from me, you will have to cut the crap belittling the team I have loved for decades. My first game at Schaefer Stadium was in 1974. I am no bandwagon fan, and I usually know what I'm talking about.

    I'm willing to bury this ridiculous hatchet if you can show some respect.

  • Terry Robinson posted 1765 days ago

    Terry Robinson

    Give me a really good reason why I should help you. A common enemy is not sufficient.

  • Terry Robinson posted 1765 days ago

    Terry Robinson

    You are so wrong, you're cracking me up. Take your little opionins elsewhere. I have no respect for you.

  • Terry Robinson posted 1765 days ago

    Terry Robinson

    Here is some truth for you:

    http://smartfootball.com/game-management/belichicks-decision-to-go-for-it-on-4th-and-2-from-his-teams-own-29

    Now chew on that if you're capable and go back where you came from. You flatter yourself that you have "hit a nerve," when all you have done is to dredge up old news that half the fans in the NFL have shut up about because they realize it was bogus to begin with. And so are you.

  • Alex Johnson posted 1767 days ago

    Alex Johnson

    Pats/Colts, Brady vs. Manning, a possible NFC upset and much much more in Week 10!!!

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/290840-sunday-morning-under-the-helmet-what-to-watch-for-in-nfl-week-ten/show_full

  • Tim SteelersFan posted 1865 days ago

    Tim SteelersFan

    Much has been written about the Steelers, the 1970s, and their use of steroids. The current public perception is the Steelers began and glamorized the use of roids in the 70s. Read my article to find out who one man, with 4 NFL teams, spread the use of steroids throughout the NFL, beginning in 1963, and see just how pervasive roid usage was by the time the Steelers began their decade of dominance.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/232404-the-steelers-steroids-and-profound-misconceptions