Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 16)

Much like last week the NFL saw a chase for the record books but this time it was the chase of individual Records. Mainly it was one of the longest standing records in the NFL for QBs. In 1984 Dan Marino had one of the best careers by a QB as he threw for 5,084 yards in one season. This year this season was looked to be matched by not one but three QBs as Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, and Drew Brees were all on pace to break this single season record.

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Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 15)

The NFL, like many sports, is full of records and the pursuit of the records whether they are individual or team based. This pursuit of records is one of the most appealing aspects of sports as fans and rival fans are all watching to see if records are broken or not. This was the case again in the season as two teams were heading towards record seasons until week 15.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 14)

The NFL is only three weeks away from beginning the playoffs and that means the playoff picture is becoming more solid. Teams are beginning to lock up their positions in the playoffs but there is still plenty of room for the last three weeks. The NFC is the conference with the most teams already guaranteed a playoff spot. Both the Green Bay Packers and San Francisco 49ers have clinched their divisions and a playoff spot.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 13)

The beginning of this NFL is far behind us and with the playoffs creeping up fast the trends have changed. At the beginning of the year it seemed the NFC North was unstoppable with Green Bay playing great, Chicago being their usual surprise contenders, and Detroit being the biggest surprise of the year with a great undefeated start to the season.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 12)

It is rare to see an NFL franchise not able to fill their seats for a long time even with small cities like Buffalo and Green Bay. This has been the case for the Jacksonville as the franchise in Florida has been struggling for years. They have rarely ever sold out a game and it has all been a result of the poor performance on the field.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 11)

The NFL is entering the last part of their season as the playoff picture begins to form and the top teams are shown. Something funny has happened this season as it has been as unpredictable as most seasons but there is a predictable trend starting. The NFL has been a pretty even league the past years as different teams have been the strongest. The strength of both conferences has been located in the eastern divisions for years as they have become the toughest divisions to win.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 10)

The quarterback is one of the most important positions on a football team and teams are always looking for the next best one. As I have said before there are a number of QBs looking good right now including two rookie QBs in Cincinnati and Carolina. Andy Dalton and Cam Newton have done great right now and are helping their teams to recover from some bad years in the two cities. There are also the other young QBs that have not made as big an impression but have just begun playing taking over some bad situations.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 8)

The NFL finished up their International series this week with the Bills in Toronto game taking place in Week 8. The NFL started this international series in 2005 after the NFL Europe league folded and since then the NFL has explored new markets of expansion. Since 2005 the NFL has continued this tradition to play games outside of the U.S.A as a major expansion effort.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 6)

Then there was one as the NFL now only has one undefeated team after the Detroit Lions were beat for the first time this year. The Lions lost to another great team this year, yet one that gets less exposure, as the San Francisco 49ers continued their great season. With the win the niners improved to 5-1 under new head coach Jim Harbaugh and have taken an early lead in the NFC West division. The Lions took the loss and fell one game behind the Green Bay Packers who are the only remaining undefeated team in the NFL.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 5)

Week 5 in the NFL started off on a very sad note as a legend in the NFL passed away on Saturday. The longtime owner of the Oakland Raiders, Al Davis, passed away Saturday before the games leaving a massive hole in the NFL. Al Davis changed the face of the NFL and will always be remembered for his contributions to the league. Al Davis was almost always involved in football from a young age in Brooklyn.

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