Super Bowl XLVII Preview

The Super Bowl has become one of the biggest events on the sports calendar every year as it has become much more than just a game. It is an event that is no longer reserved for the die-hard football fan or even the casual football fan. Everyone watches this event but it is still the ultimate day for all football fans.

2013 NFL Playoff Preview

The NFL Regular Season is officially over as teams begin to prepare for either a long offseason or for the playoffs. The NFL playoffs are one of the best times of the year for sports fans in general because it is the height of drama in sports. There are no series in the NFL playoffs as every game is do or die for both teams. It is one of the most nerve racking times of the year for fans and the most stressful for players.

NCAA Football Report (Week 8)

The BCS Rankings are out and so teams begin to learn where they truly stand as the season enters the second half. Teams are all looking for the top spots in the BCS to earn a berth in one of the BCS Bowls and possibly the National Championship. The fight for the National Championship is always an interesting one with plenty of debatable topics.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 5)

Well the referees were at it again this week, ok not so much, for once in the last three weeks WMQB will not dive into the Referee conversation that could basically never end. The referees were judged and measured and of course they screwed up but everything is back to normal. As teams move on and players get back to their regular way of doing things it is finally time to look at one of the biggest trends in the NFL.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 4)

Last week was one of the turning points in the young 2012 season and for the NFL in general as the next move would make a big difference. After a Monday Night game in Week 3 the NFL and their fans saw one of the most controversial calls in the history of the NFL. The Green Bay Packers lost the game to the Seattle Seahawks on a Hail Mary Touchdown pass that seemed more like a game ending interception.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 2)

This week was supposed to be an article about a new trend in the NFL but then a sad story arose just after the end of the second week in the league. The story was that of the death of Steve Sabol a person that many casual fans may not know but someone that has shaped the way we view all sports.

NCAA Football Report (Week 2)

The NCAA season is still young and so the matchups are still a bit of a joke as teams continue to face weak teams. The top teams continue along their path of warm-up games before they are forced to play their tougher competition. For these teams it is a type of exhibition for the season as they do not have exhibitions to warm the teams up to game speed. There are always risks with this though as any game at any time can go completely sideways and the best teams can lose.

2012 NFL Preview: AFC South

The AFC South has been a division dominated by one team and really one man as the Colts and Peyton manning have ruled over the division for years. The Indianapolis Colts have been the constant in the south division for a very long time. A big reason for this has been one of the best QBs in the league in Peyton Manning. With manning at the helm the Colts were able to dominate the division.

2012 NFL Preview: NFC South

The NFC South has been a strong division lately with Atlanta and New Orleans representing two of the best teams in the NFL. Meanwhile Tampa Bay and Carolina look like two teams that are on the rise despite some years of mediocrity. This year though the news in the NFC South was dominated by one team and one of the biggest controversies in the offseason.

2012 NFL Preview: 5 Things to Watch

Simply put the National Football League is the representation of what professional sports can be in North America. It is the league that all other leagues aspire to be as they represent the biggest of the big four. Monster television contracts, reality shows, the first league specific network, and sellouts in almost all 32 stadiums every week have made the NFL one of the highest earning leagues in the world.

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