Wednesday Morning QB (Week 9)

The running game has fallen off in recent years as the NFL continues to become a passing league but in the last few years superstars are rising up to bring back the running game to the NFL.

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The New Powerhouse (2013 AFC North Preview)

The AFC North is on the same type of path as the NFC West except they are a step ahead as they are the toughest division in football. Most good divisions have two good teams while the other two struggle. This continues on year after year as teams fall and team rise there always seem to be two good and two bad teams. That is not true in the AFC North as they have gone from a typical division to the toughest. There are not only two teams that can win this division but instead there are three teams with another on their way up.

The Rebuilding Division (2013 AFC West Preview)

The AFC West is not full of the drama like the East but that doesn’t mean the teams are not still in trouble. The NFC West has come back from the basement while the AFC West continues to stay in the basement. This year the division is looking at a year where a lot of teams have torn everything down for another rebuild.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 17)

The NFL season is now over and that means another annual tradition for teams in the NFL that are not preparing to play next week. It has become known as Black Monday in the NFL as the Monday after the last week of games is a day that all head coaches out of the playoffs dread. It is the day when NFL teams take stock of their team and organization to see where they have to go in the future.

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 12)

It is rare to see an NFL franchise not able to fill their seats for a long time even with small cities like Buffalo and Green Bay. This has been the case for the Jacksonville as the franchise in Florida has been struggling for years. They have rarely ever sold out a game and it has all been a result of the poor performance on the field.

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