Wednesday Morning QB (Week 17)

The NFL layoffs are almost here and as the season ends the worst day for so many teams as it is the day when things change and coaches are fired on Black Monday.

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Wednesday Morning QB (Divisional Weekend)

The road to the Super Bowl continued with the divisional round as the top teams in each conference finally got involved in the action. The New England Patriots and Denver Broncos played host to the AFC Divisional games while the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks played host in the NFC. Overall there were little surprises on the day as most of the home teams took the win and proved why they earned home field advantage. The only team to bring a surprise to the weekend was the Indianapolis Colts.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 9)

The culture of football once again took a big shot this week when the Miami Dolphins took the headlines after a hazing incident. The last few years have been spent with the NFL worrying about head injuries as concussions have become a major issue in all sports. The NFL has taken the brunt of the criticism as the biggest league in North America as well as one of the most violent.

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.

Unpredictable Season Ahead

For a while there I got worried, worried that the NFL and NFLPA would think of themselves and not the fans, or their bottom line. The NFL season was heading quickly into a long lasting labour fight that seemed it was never going to be solved. With the many different reports of getting close to a deal and then reports of no such thing it seemed like there was no way to know what would happen. As the preseason approached the sides were still deadlocked not being able to agree on a settlement. Then it finally came the agreement that would allow the NFL to continue playing and letting every NFL fan out there let out a sigh of relief. The only casualty was the Hall of Fame game that is essentially an extra preseason game meant as a part of the celebration for the Hall of Fame inductees.

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