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Archive for January 26th, 2010

Garrett Hartley Had a Dream About Making a Game-Winning Field Goal in the NFC Championship Game and the Dream Came True

Tuesday, January 26th, 2010

This postseason, field goals in the NFL were anything but a given. Jay Feely missed two field goals in the AFC Championship game against the Colts.  Nate Kaeding missed three field goals against the Jets. Shayne Graham, the guy that the Bengals slapped the franchise tag on this past season ...

The Party Down on the Bayou Is Moving South to Miami

Tuesday, January 26th, 2010

The New Orleans Saints were lucky to come out of the NFC Championship game after getting outplayed by the Vikings in almost all facets of the game. The only stat that was in their advantage was turnovers. Had it not been for the five turnovers in the game, the Vikings ...

Mike Holmgren’s Message to Browns Fans: “Hang with us and believe a little bit”

Tuesday, January 26th, 2010

Since the Browns came back to the NFL in 1999, Cleveland has been one of the worst NFL franchises. It has been a revolving door at quarterback, there have been a multitude of different regimes, and they have just one playoff appearance and two winning seasons since 1999. However, despite ...

The Colts Are Down in Miami Again for the Super Bowl

Tuesday, January 26th, 2010

Peyton Manning and the Colts offense were too much for the Jets on Sunday. There had been talk all last week about how physical and fast the Jets defense was but after Peyton came back and scored just before the first half, I knew this game was all but over. ...

Even In Defeat, Rex Ryan Is A Candid, Fantastic Interview

Tuesday, January 26th, 2010

He laughed, cried, made bold predictions, and captured the imagination of football fans from coast to coast this year. And in between all that, he did a hell of a job in his first year as the head coach of the New York Jets. Rex Ryan certainly proved this season ...

Pierre Garcon had maybe the best and worst week of his life

Tuesday, January 26th, 2010

You want to talk about an emotional couple of weeks, wait until you hear this story. Imagine if your home country and your family are involved in one of the worst natural disasters of all time and the country is ravaged. That’s part one. In your business side of life ...

Bill Polian and the Colts Decision to Rest Their Starters is in the Rearview Mirror

Tuesday, January 26th, 2010

Bill Polian may be one of the brightest executives in the NFL and he understands how to build a franchise. His career started in Buffalo where he built an NFL powerhouse that ended up making it to four straight Super Bowls. He was instrumental in bringing Jim Kelly to Buffalo ...

Jay Triano: “We want to finish real strong going into the All-Star break”

Tuesday, January 26th, 2010

Can one win turn a season around for an NBA team? The Toronto Raptors hope that is the case. They had a huge win against the Western Conference powerhouse Lakers 106-105 on Sunday and for the first time all season the confidence level is getting higher for the Raptors. This ...

Ben Leber And The Vikings: “We put so much into the season, and we invested so much emotionally and physically that something like this should hurt for a little bit.”

Tuesday, January 26th, 2010

Ouch. What a way to lose. The Minnesota Vikings had every opportunity in the world to knock off the New Orleans Saints on Sunday in the NFC Championship Game played at the Superdome. Both teams started out hot on offense before the defenses dug in their heels and began to ...