Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 16)

Much like last week the NFL saw a chase for the record books but this time it was the chase of individual Records. Mainly it was one of the longest standing records in the NFL for QBs. In 1984 Dan Marino had one of the best careers by a QB as he threw for 5,084 yards in one season. This year this season was looked to be matched by not one but three QBs as Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, and Drew Brees were all on pace to break this single season record.

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Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 15)

The NFL, like many sports, is full of records and the pursuit of the records whether they are individual or team based. This pursuit of records is one of the most appealing aspects of sports as fans and rival fans are all watching to see if records are broken or not. This was the case again in the season as two teams were heading towards record seasons until week 15.

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 9)

The NFL is full of different personalities some loud and in your face and other silent and overlooked. There are players who love to talk whether it is just for the sake of talking or for the added edge it may give them while playing the game. Others just like to let their play do the talking as they say nothing even when provoked but get even with their tough play. The focus of player’s attitudes is what many people focus on but there is another type of attitude.

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 2)

The NFL makes a living off of the stories that they can talk about throughout the season and every season it seems like they continue to get more stories. This year seems to be a year of surprises as in week 2 in the NFL there were more surprises than week 1. The biggest surprises in the young NFL season are two teams that have come out to an undefeated start. The Buffalo Bills and Washington Redskins have not been the most powerful of opponents in the last few years as they have regularly been at the bottom of the league. This year they are both out to a great start as they have both gone undefeated but have not done it easily.

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