1. LeSean McCoy: Will He Be as Great as Sanders, Smith or Payton?

    Last Monday night the road for the Philadelphia Eagles ended in a corn field, in a tree, underneath an 18-wheeler. Area 51. Wherever bad accidents happen...

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  2. Why Ndamukong Suh Deserves a Punishment Far Harsher Than the One He's Received

    Just one more moment of your time, to compare the flagrancies of Ndamukong Suh , Albert Haynesworth and if we could, Charles Martin. These are the three NFL players suspended for two or more games in the last 25 years...

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  3. Ginn's Promise; the Drop in Ted. Product Description: "Don't Use in 4th Quarter"

    Let’s say that in his mind the essential Ted Ginn is a 4.22, his personal best. If you never believed that, remember that he was timed in a college team drill at 4.28. Parse it however you like, he moves at electron speed...

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  4. Why Tim Tebow's Come-from-Behind Victories Are Important, Telling of the Times

    The lore and significance we attach to great comebacks tells you a lot about the country, and how the ‘hope mechanism’ is working in a given year. It may also be true that our fondest memories of comebacks are the ones in hard times...

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  5. An Open Letter to Brett Favre: Cross Your Body and Hope to Die

    Hey Brett, Just a note to say I'm so glad you’re off the bubble for the Houston Texans. You wouldn't want to go there anyway. By the way, I’m not a big Schaub guy, although I went to the same school as him...

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  6. For San Francisco 49ers Fans, Pessimism Dies Hard

    Clearly the best football-related mystery of the week is, "Where’s Ray Gricar?" One way or the other he’s gone underground. You just hope he ran away and now sketches native women in Tahiti...

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