Wednesday Morning QB (Off-Season Outlook)

The Super Bowl is finished and the league has a familiar champion but as the season ends the pursuit of Super Bowl LII begins with plenty of big stories to follow.

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Wednesday Morning QB (Week 10)

Cleveland has quickly become one of the best sports cities in the USA but there is one team that continues to sit outside of the rest with the Browns failing to find any success since they returned in 1999.

2016 NFL Preview: AFC North

The AFC North had an off year in 2015 with less of a battle than usual but expect that to change in 2016 with more teams looking to challenge for the division title.

Wednesday Morning QB (Wild Card Weekend)

The NFL wild card weekend was a display of the myth of home field advantage as for the first time ever in the playoffs no home team won a game.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 8)

The quarterback is the most important position in the NFL with the evolution of the passing game but it is far from a static position.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 14)

The Battle of the Bay has not been the usual close battle that many fans have hoped for time and time again. A big part of that is the evolution of the 49ers into one of the elite teams of the NFL. They have been close multiple times in the last few years to winning a Super Bowl but have fallen just short. Despite their inability to win the big game the Niners have remained one of the most dangerous teams in the NFL and have consistently been the better team in their matchups with Oakland.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 2)

The NFL is not having a good start to their new season as the issues continue to come up and jobs continue to come into question. The indefinite suspension of Ray Rice for Domestic abuse, the multiple drug suspensions, and the issues of Adrian Peterson. It has been one of the worst two weeks for the NFL ever as they continue to deal with off-field issues while trying to put the concentration on the game on the field. They still have to deal with the issues off of the field though as the NFL has been forced to make changes on the fly for problems they never expected to happen.

2014 NFL Preview: NFC East

Much like the AFC East the NFC east is one of the stranger divisions in the NFL but unlike in the AFC the East in the NFC is a much more formidable division. The NFC East is a division that produces a little bit more of a punch than their counterparts in the AFC and there is a different level of competition to win the division. In the AFC East the Patriots are the rulers but in the NFC it is almost a toss-up every year to find out who will win. The last few years have created a real divide in the division with the development of two very distinct types of teams.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 1)

The NFL has become a passing league in the last few years, although still with a love for the run game, and in turn has made the NFL a quarterback’s league. In the NFL the most important position has become the man under centre and without a good QB that can at least manage a game you cannot win. This is why teams go all out to try and get that QB they think will lead them to the Super Bowl.

Change in the East (2013 NFC East Preview)

The NFC East has been a weaker division in the last few years but changes are coming and superstars are rising to make this a division to watch. With Robert Griffin III entering the division last year everyone was watching. RGIII would electrify the league and lead the Redskins to the division title with his arm and his legs.

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