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Friday, December 15, 2017

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Cam Newton of course. There is no doubt that Newton will win the trophy. As soon as the NCAA decided to say he had not violated the rules, he was absolutely going to be the winner and everyone knew it. Tonight's ceremony is merely a formality.

Not everyone agrees that Newton should win. There are some Heisman voters who did not vote for him, but not enough to change the outcome. Those who did vote for him fall into two categories. Those who say that because the NCAA did not rule him ineligible, he gets their first place vote based on his stats. They don't say that they are voting... Read More

In the NFL, Brett Favre is once again the top story. Will he play this weekend? Will his consecutive games streak end? What about the Jen Sterger investigation now in the hands of Roger Goodell? Can Favre stay in the drama spotlight until the end of the season?

Brett Favre has allegedly had a lot of trouble throwing the ball this week. He has allegedly practiced little to none. Of course, I say allegedly because I believe that anything that comes out of Favre's and the Vikings mouths is subject to speculation. Favre has an insatiable need to be in the spotlight and this is just... Read More

The New York Jets remind me of the old saying, all show and no stay. For those unfamiliar, it means something akin to all talk and no action. The Jets are masters of the media hype machine. It's the practical matters where they continue to struggle.

It's all well and good to play to the media hype masters with your blonde wigs, blustery talk, jokes, and a boat load of "my team's better than your team" as long as you can back it up. In reality though, I've never been a fan of those who talk too much about how great they are. I prefer to SEE how great they are and I haven't seen any... Read More

Brett Favre left the game very early in the 1st quarter on Sunday for the Vikings after suffering a SC sprain (sternoclavicular) to his right throwing shoulder after being hit and put on the ground. It is the first such injury of Favre's career and may be the last.

Favre had an x-ray at the field that was negative for fracture or break. He will have an MRI today. It remains to be seen if he will play next Sunday. I am going to say that if he cannot play and if he may be out significant time, that it may be the end of Favre's career. The Vikings did win yesterday with Tavaris Jackson... Read More

A lot of talk this week about NFL player protection and favoritism and making examples. Hines Ward of the Steelers saying the NFL isn't interested in player protection. Terrell Suggs of the Ravens saying that only QBs like Brady and Manning really get protection. James Harrison of the Steelers saying that the NFL is specifically targeting him to make an example. As always in things like this, the truth resides somewhere in the murky middle.

The NFL has selectively chosen to protect only certain players. The QB, WR, and TE position to be exact. They are not concerned with running... Read More

The NCAA celebrating its 125th year of indentured servitude today announced that a comprehensive and far-reaching investigation has determined that Cam Newton, along with every other college athlete received no money for playing college football. Evidently Cam was unaware his father tried to pimp him out to Mississippi State.

More perplexing, Turns out Cam’s father Cecil is a minister, a Bishop no less of the Holy Zion Center of Deliverance, former site of the Newnan Jiffy Lube. And while it is certainly true that the Lord works in mysterious ways, churches operate on cash and 10% of... Read More

The NCAA ruled today that Auburn QB Cam Newton is now eligible to play on Saturday and to participate in the BCS National Title game if Auburn wins the SEC championship game. This comes after Newton was ruled ineligible on Tuesday for violation of amateurism rules.

Today, on appeal, the NCAA ruled that Cam Newton had no knowledge of the pay-to-play scheme that allegedly involved his father and Kenny Rogers as a representative. The NCAA further ruled that no money changed hands in the attempted scheme. Newton was ruled eligible after the NCAA said they found no evidence of his participation... Read More

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