Wednesday Morning QB (Week 1)

The NFL is doubling down in Los Angeles but after week 1 the idea of two teams in a city that barely showed up for their team’s opener might not have been the best idea.

2017 NFL Preview: NFC West

The NFC West was once a division to watch as the teams were looking better every year until all of a sudden things fell off and one team remained as the lone playoff contender in the division.

2017 NFL Preview: 5 Stories to Watch

The NFL season is almost here and with it comes plenty of stories to talk about as the league is caught between two worlds and trying to figure out where they stand in the world of sports.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 14)

The NFL coaching carousel is beginning to take shape after the Los Angeles Rams announced the firing of Jeff Fisher with more openings to come and plenty of potential head coaches around.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 13)

The NFL is known as the No Fun League but they did allow some individuality to shine through in Week 13 with a new promotion that allowed the players to be themselves.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 12)

The NFL continues to debate over the best players at every position and the cornerback continues to be a big debate especially after Week 12.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 11)

The NFL changed the rules for the NFL extra point making things tougher which was evident in Week 11 when more kickers than ever missed extra points.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 9)

The running game has fallen off in recent years as the NFL continues to become a passing league but in the last few years superstars are rising up to bring back the running game to the NFL.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 2)

Football is back in Los Angeles and it started well-enough with a win but it is the future that many need to look at as the Rams need to be better to remain relevant in a place like L.A.

2016 NFL Preview: NFC West

The NFC West has gone from one of the best divisions to a complete unknown as teams were once the top are now struggling to stay there but that doesn’t mean there won’t be a great battle at the top.

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