Usually there are more than a few NFL games with playoff implications at stake and the different generations of the family get together to watch it play out. My grandfather does break out stories from “back in my day” on players I’ve never heard of…
Jack Del Rio has publicly blamed offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter twice in two weeks for decisions that went bad during Jacksonville losses, something that from an owner’s (and fan’s) perspective is cowardly and disrespectful.
The Broncos have decided to waive Kyle Orton Tuesday which is odd and yet convenient after the Bears have lost Jay Cutler for what looks like the rest of the season and are in desperate need of a single caller.
Amazing that we are entering the 11th week of the NFL season, and there are still so many teams that are difficult to figure out. Most the time this late into the season fans and pick’em experts have a pretty good idea of who’s who. The 2011 season has been hardly an open book.
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After multiple 3 and outs for the Chargers and extensive big plays on offense and defense for the Raiders, it was clear this game was not going to please the home town ticket holders.
Thursday games have hurried up the NFL week for Fantasy starts and NFL Picks, so you better be on top of things for tonight’s battle between the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders. Lets see who our experts took with their picks for the week
Apparently a high number jersey sales isn’t the best indication of popularity any more. According to a recent poll published by Forbes surveys, Mike Vick still stands at the top of the list as the least “liked” player in the NFL.
Fantasy Football is a fictional game that we can all take far too seriously at times. We occasional yell at the TV or our roll our eyes at our smart phones, but in reality the NFL could care less.