Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 16)

There is one week left in the NFL and one week left for teams to make their last stand for the playoffs. That last stand for the playoffs would become that much more important after week 16 of the season when almost nothing was solved. Week 16 would be a week full of drama and for many teams it was a week full of ups and downs as many team believed their hopes to continue playing were dashed only to be revived moments later.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 12)

This week NFL would see what used to be a rarity in the league but is quickly becoming a common sight in the league. The Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings would play to a tie this week in what seemed to be a fitting chapter to their seasons. The Minnesota Vikings had been struggling all year and have rotated QBs regularly to try and find a winning formula.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 11)

There are six games left in the NFL season and that means the playoff race is heating up with few chances to get into the postseason. The races are on and teams are either trying to climb into the race or hold on to their lead. As the next six weeks advance there is sure to be plenty of surprises with some already showing their way. There are already plenty of surprises setting up for the playoff push. In the AFC the fight for the playoffs may just come down to the best worst team in the conference.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 9)

The culture of football once again took a big shot this week when the Miami Dolphins took the headlines after a hazing incident. The last few years have been spent with the NFL worrying about head injuries as concussions have become a major issue in all sports. The NFL has taken the brunt of the criticism as the biggest league in North America as well as one of the most violent.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 8)

The Dallas Cowboys would see something on the sidelines that not many teams are happy to see on the sidelines. After a rough game where the Detroit Lions would come back and score a last second TD that nobody saw coming. It was the latest in a number of last second collapses by the Cowboys and the frustration levels continue to rise. After the Detroit TD the frustration would come out on the Dallas sidelines as wide receiver Dez Bryant would go off on veteran tight end Jason Witten.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 7)

The NFL loves to build up their players and as is widely known it is one of the reasons that they are the most popular leagues in North America. As the NFL continues to build up players there are a handful that can be counted among the elite in the league. These players are not only the best players during their time playing but can be put into the debate of the best players to ever play in the NFL. These players are not so common with plenty of great players coming though the NFL ranks and only a few can enter the conversation of best ever.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 6)

The NFL is the most successful league in North America as it continues to grow into a multi-billion dollar industry. The growth has not stopped and although challenges like the concussion issue have arisen they still seem to continue to grow. As they grow leagues around North America try to find out exactly what makes the NFL so powerful and such a great business. Through all of the research and all of the attempts to duplicate the model of the NFL one thing seems to be the aspect that nobody can copy.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 5)

There were plenty of offence this week in the NFL as the defence continued to struggle to keep up with the high powered offence. Leading the way once again was Peyton Manning who went back and forth with Tony room all game for a 51-48 win. It was the latest in the explosive offences that have emerged this year with many being led by some great QB play. As Peyton Manning, Drew Brees, Aaron Rodgers, and Matthew Stafford continue to make their mark there are a number of QBs that have fallen fast.

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.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 3)

The NFL would see plenty of interesting things in week 3 of the season as the headlines were full throughout the week. One of the most interesting stories of the week was one that had been played out over and over again. It is one of the most familiar stories in the NFL and it is becoming more common as the time moves on. The NFL is full of young millionaires who have never known the type of money they get when they sign their first deal.

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