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A Load to Bear: Cutler Vs. McCown



A Load to Bear: Cutler Vs. McCown I would not want to be Marc Trestman right about now. Many Bears fans have been extremely impressed with the play of Josh McCown since Cutler’s injury. A lot of them are beginning to ask if McCown is the future Quarterback of the Bears, and why not! In his last three games, he has not thrown a single interception and has shown incredible grac [...]

NFL.com Spells Titans Just a Little W...



titans Once in awhile website editors miss things. This is an instant classic brought to you by NFL.com

Peyton Hillis Back to Help the Giants...



Peyton Hillis, once the cover boy for Madden is now called off the streets to help the New York Giants. Hillis was one of the lone bright spots in Cleveland during his tenure there. How good though did he have to be to stand out from the rest of that roster. Yes he was a bruiser and did his best Mike Alstott impression. How much does this RB [...]

Geno Smith Grows Up



genosmith Geno Smith became an NFL quarterback yesterday. Yes it was his 6 or 4th or whatever game. Yesterday though, he showed he belonged. Sure he had a pick six but so did Tom Terrific. Geno Smith went head to head with one of the all-time great quarterbacks in NFL history. Seriously I just cringed typing that. Smith looked across the field and saw [...]

LeBron to Play One NFL Game?



lbjfootball King James, one of the greatest basketball players in the world freely and honestly answered questions on Twitter Friday night. He was asked many questions and none that received more attention than if he would want to try the NFL. LeBron answered honestly saying he would like to play in one NFL game before all was said and done in his profes [...]

10 Things You Might Not Know About Yo...



1. The Browns were in the 1st ever televised Monday Night Football game, They played the New York Jets on September 21, 1970 and won 31-21 in front of their home crowd. 2. Bowling Green State Universities colors were the influence for the Browns colors. 3. The name “Browns” was actual second in a public newspaper vote to name the [...]

Little Brother Eli Struggles Again



elimanning Eli Manning has lost that Manning touch. He is the baby Manning boy and he has had a lot to cry over this season. Eli has looked like a 4th round rookie pick starting for the Giants this year. Hell Geno Smith is out playing him in the same stadium. The Giants sit 0-6 and have 11 days to straighten up the game of baby Manning. Does anyone reme [...]

Terrelle Pryor’s Growth may be ...



terrelle-pryor One former #2 may be helping a current #2 mature in the NFL. Charles Woodson (who wore number 2 during his Michigan days) may be just what Terrelle Pryor (who currently wears number 2 for the Oakland Raiders) needs. Pryor was said by most experts to not be NFL quarterback material. He should move to tightend or wide receiver. Pryor personally [...]

Atlanta Falcon’s Julio Jones Po...



JulioJones The Atlanta Falcons may have lost not only last night’s game to the New York Jets, but they may have lost Julio Jones for the season. Julio Jones has a foot injury that may sideline him for the rest of the season. The injury is to the same right foot that was injured after the 2011 combine. He was diagnosed with a broken foot back then. [...]

Quote of the Day

Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future. John F. Kennedy

Odd Fact of the Day

Steve Jobs had a high school GPA of 2.65.