Tuesday Morning QB (CFL Week 9)

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats may just be starting to find their groove after Zach Collaros returned and in his second week guided the team to a big win.

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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 (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.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 1)

Some familiar faces returned this past week as the first week of the NFL season kicked off with teams and players returning to football. There was one noticeable group that would not be returning to the field though as the NFL referees were nowhere to be seen. There were a number of people in referee uniforms but the usual faces in the stripes were not that. That is because the NFL referees were locked out for the first week of the new NFL season.

2012 NFL Preview: 5 Things to Watch

Simply put the National Football League is the representation of what professional sports can be in North America. It is the league that all other leagues aspire to be as they represent the biggest of the big four. Monster television contracts, reality shows, the first league specific network, and sellouts in almost all 32 stadiums every week have made the NFL one of the highest earning leagues in the world.

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