Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 9)

The NFL season has officially reached the halfway point as the playoff run approaches quickly and teams prepare themselves for the potential to play late in the winter. It is a good landmark for teams to figure out where they stand and what they might need to do in order to find their way into the postseason with the season closing fast. Heading into the season there were plenty of teams that were looked upon as the strongest in the league. That included the defending champions in the Seattle Seahawks who looked like the best team in the league.

2014 NFL Preview: AFC East

The AFC east is a division that has regularly had dominant teams in the mix but lately they seem to be a division that just pumps out mediocre teams. The king of those mediocre teams is the New England Patriots who are not necessarily mediocre. They are one of the best teams in the league year after year but have done so well and been so consistent that it really doesn’t shock anyone. Now they just continue to win and create less drama than any other division. There are rarely tight battles in the division anymore and which makes the drama that much less in this division.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 4)

The week in the NFL was an interesting one as teams that were not supposed to win did and teams that should have won didn’t. The defending champions would take a loss while the Cleveland Browns would get their first win. It was a weekend where nothing could be predicted as there were plenty of strange moments and big wins for teams. That including the Minnesota Vikings who would pick up their first win of the season against the Pittsburgh Steelers in unfamiliar ground.

Who will the Drama swallow up? (2013 AFC East Preview)

The AFC East has had one ruling body in the past decade as the New England Patriots have been the dominant team in the East. The division is going through changes this year though as the team that was always perfect has joined the dysfunction of the AFC East. The East is a strange place in the AFC as it is full of teams that can seem to figure it out while the controversy continues to surround the entire division.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 15)

The NFL season is drawing to a close as the playoff race begins to shrink to only a handful of teams. Some teams continue to fight for their spot in the playoffs while others try to find out what they will do on their way to the postseason. There is still a lot to play for as teams are still working towards the playoffs but the teams are not the only thing to focus on at this time of the year.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 13)

The NFL season is in the full and so is the playoff race as the race heats up with the first teams clinching their spots in the playoffs. Week 13 saw the first playoff spots be taken as teams began clinching their divisions and other simply taking a playoff spot. It was the first week that the playoff race was to be in full focus but unfortunately it did not take the full focus.

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.

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