Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 10)

The NFL Season is through the halfway point of the season as teams are getting ready for the playoff run. As with any season the trials of a season are catching up to teams and to players as the injuries are beginning to pile up. The season will always wear on players and they will always go down with injuries but for the teams that are suffering it seems to be the wrong time and the wrong players.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 11)

The NFL season has been like many of the other football seasons this year as unpredictability rules. It is a major theme in the 2012 season has been that nobody can really predict what will happen in any given week. It shows itself in the teams especially as just when people think that one team is going to be the best team in the league.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 10)

It has quickly become a main focus in the NFL and throughout the sports world and is the leading cause to the drop in amateur football registrations. It is the concussion issue that has been the topic of conversation among analysts and fans alike. It took a major hold in the 2010 season when one Sunday saw a number of players get knocked unconscious.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 5)

Week 5 in the NFL started off on a very sad note as a legend in the NFL passed away on Saturday. The longtime owner of the Oakland Raiders, Al Davis, passed away Saturday before the games leaving a massive hole in the NFL. Al Davis changed the face of the NFL and will always be remembered for his contributions to the league. Al Davis was almost always involved in football from a young age in Brooklyn.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 3)

The Rust Belt is a term that many people have heard in the U.S. and it refers to the North Eastern part of the U.S. who rely on the manufacturing industry. This term also refers to the teams in the NFL that lie in this belt. The term has become a true expression of the teams in the area that include the Buffalo Bills, Cleveland Browns, and Detroit Lions. The name rings true to the performances of these teams in the past years as all three have been at the bottom of the NFL for years including the Detroit Lions breaking the record for most losses in 2008 going 0-16. This year these Rust Belt teams are beginning to give their fans something to cheer about for once as they are looking to be strong contenders to make the playoffs.

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