Saturday, January 19, 2019

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This weekend, the fans in the National Football League were treated to one of the most brutal and deliberate series of helmet on helmet hits in recent memory. At a time when medical experts have conclusive evidence that these “ILLEGAL” hits could cripple someone, that the long term prognosis for those who suffer these hits is both degenerative and cumulative, there are those who believe this violent element of the game is in fact, what defines the game. Is this child’s game, played by some of the most superb athletes on the planet really nothing more than blood sport? Is this game so important... Read More

The new rules coming out of the NFL are absolutely ridiculous. Well half of them are. But that half is heading the NFL straight to flag football.

The head shots rule is already a rule. There is a rule already on the books for helmet to helmet hits. It's very obvious to see a helmet to helmet hit. It's even pretty easy to tell if a guy meant to do it or if it was just an accident. The Dunta Robinson hit was not intentional. The hit on Joshua Cribbs was. It's just that simple and easy to deter

mine. These hits should be officiated. These hits are more dangerous than your... Read More

The National Football League decided to get tough on what it calls "dangerous and flagrant hits on the field." The first players to get fined included Altanta Falcons cornerback, Dunta Robinson ($50,000), Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison ($75,000) and New England Patriots safety Brandi Meriweather ($50,000).

"We can't and won't tolerate what we saw on Sunday. We've got to get the message to players that these devastating hits and head shots will be met with a very necessary higher standard of accountability. We have to dispel the notion that you get one free pass in these... Read More

In a game of must wins and too many similarities, the Vikings special teams found a way to get it done. Favre had yet another mediocre performance and Romo, despite throwing 3 TDs still put up 2 interceptions. This game was won despite the quarterback on one side and because of the QB on the other.

Favre continued his mediocre play with a 14 for 19, 118 yard 1 TD and 1 INT effort. He did not look good again and even with the addition of Moss, he just couldn't throw the ball well at all. Moss had a total of 5 catches for 55 yards and no TDs. All of the receivers had anemic numbers.... Read More

In a mock look at the BCS rankings that are to come out officially on October 17, that mock look has the Boise State Broncos ranked #1. This is of course based on the games thus far and really has no bearing on what things will look like in a few weeks after schools like Ohio State play the toughest part of their schedule, but for the media this is enough and will be enough when the real rankings come out to beat everyone in America over the head with their BCS busting team Boise State.

What these media heads don’t realize is that Boise State doesn’t bust up anything. If they were... Read More

The current NFL season has been topsy turvy to say the least. Many teams being upset on a weekly basis. You never know who might come out on top in any given game. There are a few teams though that have struggled all season and after week 5 they find themselves scraping the bottom.


East - The Buffalo Bills are now 0-5. The Bills have had their moments to try and win most notably against the Patriots where they scored 30 points and in this Sunday's game vs the Jags where they had the lead for most of the first half. The Bills have very little in the way of offensive weapons... Read More

Most of the sports media talking heads would have you believe that Randy Moss will save the Vikings from mediocrity this season by his addition alone. That Randy Moss will save Brett Favre from looking like a complete bonehead for returning to play another season. But their assumptions are wrong.

Randy Moss is a great receiver who was made better by going to New England. The Patriots system of play and their system of player accountability made Moss respectable again. He went from pretend mooner to half of one of the most prolific QB/WR components to ever grace the game. Moss, however,... Read More

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