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Eli Manning Shows 2014 Potential In Week 4 Win

After a dismal 2013 season and a subpar start in 2014, many people who follow the New York Giants have become a little bit frustrated with Eli Manning. Even though he has been able to bring a pair of Super Bowl titles to the franchise, he has not really looked like the same player in(…)

2014 NFL Training Camp Dates

The 2014 reported schedule of starting dates for NFL training camps. Team Report First Practice Arizona Cardinals July 25 July 26 Atlanta Falcons July 24 July 25 Baltimore Ravens July 23 July 24 Buffalo Bills July 18 July 20 Carolina Panthers July 24 July 25 Chicago Bears July 24 July 25 Cincinnati Bengals July 23(…)

2014 NFL Injured Reserve List

Chicago Bears Domenik Hixon – torn ACL Dallas Cowboys Sean Lee – torn left ACL Indianapolis Colts Corey Lynch – undisclosed injury Fili Moala – partially torn ACL

Cincinnati Quietly Starting To Peak At The Right Time

When casual fans or NFL experts talk about the best team in the NFL this season, teams such as Seattle, Denver, New England and New Orleans are the popular picks. However, one team that is quietly peaking at the right time is the Cincinnati Bengals. At 9-4, they have a shot at picking up the(…)

How I see it: 2013-14 NFL season

It turns out one game has been played already and Peyton Manning is loved/hated based on whose fantasy team he was on. So, I guess since fantasy football kicked off I might as well throw out a few predictions for the 2013-14 NFL season. Here goes. These are how I think each division will finish.(…)

Bernard Pollard was the last player to tackle Aaron Hernandez in a game

Let’s recap the Patriots Bernard Pollard has hurt – Tom Brady- knee injury September 2008 – Wes Welker – knee injury 2009 playoffs – Rob Gronkowski – ankle sprain – Steven Ridley – head injury – Aaron Hernandez – Pollard was the last person to tackle Hernandez in a game

2013 NFL Compensatory Picks

Round 3 Houston Texans – Round 3, Selection 33, No. 95 overall Kansas City Chiefs – Round 3, Selection 34, No. 96 overall Tennessee Titans – Round 3, Selection 35, No. 97 overall Round 4 Baltimore Ravens – Round 4, Selection 33, No. 130 overall San Francisco 49ers – Round 4, Selection 34, No. 131(…)

2013 NFL Franchise tagged players

NFL teams have until March 4th to tag players as a franchise player. The following players have already been tagged. Buffalo Bills: Jairus Byrd, S Chicago Bears: Henry Melton, DT Cincinnati Bengals: Michael Johnson, DE Denver Broncos: Ryan Clady, LT Indianapolis Colts: Pat McAfee, P

Titans WR O.J. Murdock, 25, dies of apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound

Titans WR O.J. Murdock, 25, has died of apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound; Tampa cops are investigating Murdoch attended Fort Hayes State where he was a track star. He was signed as an undrafted rookie free aent in 2011 by the Titans before he suffered a leg injury in training camp. UPDATE – Titans beat writer(…)

Tyvon Branch a Boon for Raiders

  The Oakland Raiders are a franchise in need of a lift and some tender loving care on the playing side of things, as the past few seasons have been anything but successful; on top of that, they lost their long-time owner, Al Davis, in October, last year. But there appears to be some good(…)

2013 Super Bowl XLVII NFL Futures Odds

We’re a mere 6 weeks away from the begin of the NFL season, so it’s time to post an updated Super Bowl Futures Odds. The 49ers seem like an even better bet to make the Super Bowl after Seahawk RB Marshawn Lynch was arrested for his 2nd DUI on July 16th. The current likely outcome(…)

Drew Brees compares evidence for bounties to evidence for WMDs

Stay classy, Drew Brees. Remember all those endorsements you got because you were ‘America’s hero’? There were plenty of us who didn’t buy into that and now you’ve proven that you’re an insensitive jerk. Brees recently compared the evidence of Weapons of Mass Destruction to the bounties the Saints imposed on players. Now, I understand(…)

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