1. Jim Zorn: Hired To Be Fired?

    Redskins head coach Jim Zorn was not hired the normal way.  He was hired as an offensive coordinator to the team before they had a head coach...

    Aaron Liebman Written by Aaron Liebman about almost 5 years ago 496 reads 1 comments

  2. NFL Marketing: Please STOP Showing Animal Cruelty Ads During Games

    Okay, let’s get this out of the way. Yes, Michael Vick participated in the murdering of dogs and is now reinstated. And the league does have to do some public relations for this sensitive subject...

    Aaron Liebman Written by Aaron Liebman about almost 5 years ago 321 reads 0 comments

  3. Dallas Cowboys Open New Stadium the Same Way They Closed the Old One

    On Saturday, December 20, the Dallas Cowboys took to the field for the last time at their home of Texas Stadium to play the Baltimore Ravens...

    Aaron Liebman Written by Aaron Liebman about almost 5 years ago 404 reads 0 comments

  4. Fumbles and Interceptions: Which One Is Jake Delhomme Better At?

    Hoping to justify his new contract and shake off his horrible performance of six turnovers in last season's playoff game, Carolina quarterback Jake Delhomme played like we were watching a rerun of last January’s game...

    Aaron Liebman Written by Aaron Liebman about almost 5 years ago 610 reads 2 comments

  5. Josh McDaniels 1 Jay Cutler 0

    Yes, it was just one game. And yes, Josh McDaniels’ team played the Cincinnati Bungels while Jay Cutler played the much-improved Green Bay Packers...

    Aaron Liebman Written by Aaron Liebman about almost 5 years ago 1,413 reads 27 comments

  6. 2009 NFL Season Predictions

    It's that time of year again. Here are my team preview predictions barring any significant injuries or if Brett Favre retires again. Starting with the AFC... AFC EAST 1.New England 2.Buffalo 3...

    Aaron Liebman Written by Aaron Liebman about almost 5 years ago 1,328 reads 1 comments

  7. Steelers or Cardinals: Which Super Bowl Participant Misses the Playoffs?

    The last time both Super Bowl participants qualified for the playoffs the following season was in 2000 (the Rams and Titans)...

    Aaron Liebman Written by Aaron Liebman about almost 5 years ago 371 reads 5 comments

  8. Brett Favre: The Best Thing that Could Happen for Tarvaris Jackson?

    Just ask Chad Pennington who was the odd man out for the Jets in Brett Favre's previous change of heart on retirement...

    Aaron Liebman Written by Aaron Liebman about almost 5 years ago 524 reads 4 comments

  9. Michael Vick Leads Lions to First Super Bowl Victory (Satire)

    Michael Vick, who at this time last year was trying to avoid dropping the soap, has now led the Motor City to its first NFL championship in over 50 years...

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  10. UFL: Potentially a Bigger Flop Than The XFL?

    The so-called Xtreme Football League, still the butt of late-night talk show jokes and considered one of the biggest sports flops, let alone business flops in history, opened play in 2001 and ended in, well, 2001...

    Aaron Liebman Written by Aaron Liebman about almost 6 years ago 546 reads 3 comments

  11. Favre From Home: The Adventures Of Yellow Quarterback

    With Brett Favre leading the Jets to an 8-3 first place record, analyst and former “prime-time” Deion Sanders went on a rant against his former team, the Green Bay Packers...

    Aaron Liebman Written by Aaron Liebman about 5 years ago 663 reads 13 comments

  12. Will Steve McNair's Personal Life Determine His Place in History?

    In a time span where we lost an actor (Karl Malden), an actress (Farrah Fawcett) and a musician (Michael Jackson), it seemed almost inevitable we’d lose an athlete. But I doubt any of us could have predicted that athlete would be Steve McNair...

    Aaron Liebman Written by Aaron Liebman about 5 years ago 1,060 reads 9 comments

  13. Super Bowl XLIV: It's the Drew Brees Bowl

    We had the Jon Gruden Bowl in 2002. Then last year we had the Ken Whisenhunt Bowl. We even had the Craig Morton Bowl in Super Bowl XII. This year, I say we have the Drew Brees Bowl...

    Aaron Liebman Written by Aaron Liebman about 5 years ago 2,826 reads 18 comments

  14. Can The New York Giants Win With Two Rookie Wide Receivers?

    Let’s face it. The New York Giants collapsed at the end of last season not just because they did not have Plaxico Burress, but the fact that they thought they already had enough tools to replace him...

    Aaron Liebman Written by Aaron Liebman about 5 years ago 572 reads 21 comments

  15. Is Josh McDaniels in Danger of Being Fired Before Coaching a Game?

    Following the 1999 season, Bill Belichick was set to be introduced as the new coach of the New York Jets at a press conference. Instead, he resigned from the position. However, he did it for another head coaching position...

    Aaron Liebman Written by Aaron Liebman about 5 years ago 1,189 reads 33 comments

  16. So Dogs Mean More Than Human Life In The NFL...

    The official sentence was recently handed down to Browns’ wide receiver Donte Stallworth for hitting and killing a pedestrian while driving under the influence of alcohol. The sentence…30 days in jail and 1,000 hours of community service...

    Aaron Liebman Written by Aaron Liebman about 5 years ago 199 reads 4 comments

  17. We Got Rid of Tony Kornheiser...Next Step Is Joe Buck

    Tony Kornheiser's stint as a commentator on "Monday Night Football" mercifully came to an end when it was announced former coach Jon Gruden would be taking his place...

    Aaron Liebman Written by Aaron Liebman about 5 years ago 282 reads 0 comments

  18. Director's Cut of "Space Jam" Reveals Different Movie and Players (Humor)

    Recently, Warner Brothers released the 2 Disc Director's Cut Collector's Limited Ultimate Edition DVD of Space Jam. One of the many features on the disc is over an hour of never before seen footage that shows almost a completely different film...

    Aaron Liebman Written by Aaron Liebman about 5 years ago 2,065 reads 5 comments

  19. The 10 Sexiest Significant Others of Athletes

    This is a slideshow of the 10 hottest wives or girlfriends of professional athletes. Now those of you hoping to see Jessica Simpson, I have to remind you that this list is for professional ...

    Aaron Liebman Written by Aaron Liebman about 5 years ago 31,356 reads 23 comments

  20. Giants Most Memorable Games Part Two: NFC

    Now we come to the real dramatic ones, not the teams we see only every four years. These are the heated rivalries, and while with the AFC I had trouble coming up with games, here I have trouble getting rid of games...

    Aaron Liebman Written by Aaron Liebman about 5 years ago 173 reads 0 comments

  21. New York Giants: Big Blue's Most Memorable Games—AFC Edition

    When I say modern era, I mean beginning the year of the AFL-NFL merger of 1970, hence you won’t be seeing the “Greatest Game Ever Played” against the Colts here, or any of the league championship games against Green Bay or Chicago...

    Aaron Liebman Written by Aaron Liebman about 5 years ago 76 reads 2 comments

  22. Kevin Gilbride: The Achilles' Heel to the NY Giants Success?

    Giants’ offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride has certainly had his ups and downs in the NFL. He’s been a coordinator for many teams, most notably, the Oilers, Jaguars and now Giants...

    Aaron Liebman Written by Aaron Liebman about 5 years ago 398 reads 4 comments

  23. Giants Top Five Don't Miss Games of 2009

    Okay, having only 16 games and 13 opponents may make five a little excessive, especially in the case of the Giants who will play at least two huge games this year and, quite frankly, every year when they matchup against Dallas and Philadelphia...

    Aaron Liebman Written by Aaron Liebman about 5 years ago 297 reads 2 comments

  24. Giants-Eagles: A Rivalry Heightened This Past Decade

    For two teams who have been in existence since the 1930s, share a parkway, and play each other twice every year, it’s hard to imagine any way that a rivalry could grow...

    Aaron Liebman Written by Aaron Liebman about 5 years ago 593 reads 2 comments

  25. New York Giants' Five Most Agonizing Losses of This Millennium

    Yes, I know the millennium hasn’t even reached 10 years now, but if I extended it before this, there would be so many others I would have to bring up. Now when I say losses I don’t necessarily mean blowouts...

    Aaron Liebman Written by Aaron Liebman about 5 years ago 268 reads 10 comments