Wednesday Morning QB (Week 7)

The NFL continues to fall short in some of their most important decisions as domestic violence continues to be an issue that the league can’t figure out how to deal with.

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Wednesday Morning QB (Week 7)

In the world of sports, forgiveness is a funny thing as athletes can easily get second or third chances as long as they are good enough to earn those chances.

2014 NFL Preview: AFC South

The AFC South has characterized by one dominant team at a time while the rest of the teams try to figure things out. The top team generally runs away with the division without much of a battle and the rest of the teams fall off far from the playoffs. For years that team was the Indianapolis Colts led by Peyton Manning. The Colts were the only team in the division every year and despite a few challenges from the Tennessee Titans every now and then, they were the only team in the division. The thing about that was that although they were the only team in the division they were also favourites to win a Super Bowl.

The Great and the Terrible in the South (2013 AFC South Preview)

The AFC South is a tale of two separate types of teams as there are the two good teams and the two terrible teams. It is the story of the haves and have nots as the AFC South contains more than just two good and two bad team but also two very different ways of doing things. Two teams are clearly doing things the right way while the other two have been doing things wrong.

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 7)

The term has already been coined by the NFL as “Suck for Luck” has become the new term for the worst teams in the NFL. The saying refers to teams that are in the running for the top draft pick which will most likely be Andrew Luck the quarterback for Stanford who will finish his last year in College this year. Luck is a potential Heisman Trophy winner and is widely considered the #1 draft pick because he has shown his ability to lead a pro style offence.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 4)

The NFL is such an up and down league and this year the fans have seen it with so many comebacks and close games. The NFL has seen 19 games finish by three points or less which is the most in NFL history through 4 weeks. In week 4 the NFL saw another great image as there were a number of close games and a number of great comeback wins. The NFL has seen a lot of parity in the past years and it continues to arise. This week the comeback games showed this more than any others as three teams came back from big deficits while the three other teams gave up big leads.

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