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Archive for September 14th, 2010

Despite Their Week One Loss, Mike Singletary Thinks the 49ers Have Everything They Need

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

After an 8-8 season last year, this was the year that the 49ers were supposed to take the next step and take the NFC West crown from the Arizona Cardinals. However, after seeing the 49ers lose to the Seahawks this past weekend, they don’t look like a team that is ...

Clay Matthews After His Monster Game On Sunday: “I just love going out there playing like a guy with his head on fire.”

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

7 tackles, 2 sacks, 1 forced fumble, and nearly a pick-six interception. Not a bad day's work for Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews. Oh, and his team held off the Philadelphia Eagles for an early-season road win and a 1-0 start to the year. Not a bad day's work ...

The Defense Wasn’t the Reason the Vikings Lost to the Saints

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

After losing to New Orleans in the NFC Championship game last season, it wasn’t long before we found out the Vikings would have a rematch to kickoff the 2010 NFL season.  So for the better part of the offseason this game was hyped about how Favre and the “Purple People ...

The Cowboys Continue to be Their Own Worst Enemy

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

If you’ve ever wondered how a team so talented has just one playoff win in the last couple of years, all you had to do was watch the Cowboys-Redskins game on Sunday night. Despite having Pro Bowlers all over the field, the Cowboys are their own worst enemy and they ...

Despite Sam Bradford’s Impressive Debut Rams Lose Season Opener

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

Even after losing the season opener game against a division opponent, there is reason to believe these Rams aren’t the St. Louis Rams of recent history.  After losing every game but one last season, St. Louis was given the number one overall pick in this year’s draft and used that on former ...

DeAngelo Hall Is A Ballhawk

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

This wasn't Wade Phillips' or Jason Garrett's fault. Tony Romo is at least as much to blame for the outcome of the play as Tashard Choice. There is nothing wrong with trying to take a shot down field as time is expiring in a half. It should be done more ...

Seattle Seahawks Dominate in Pete Carroll’s NFL Return

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

If the San Francisco 49ers are supposed to be the favorites in the NFC West this year, somebody apparently forgot to tell the Seattle Seahawks. Seattle, with coach Pete Carroll at the helm for his first NFL game back after seeing success (and violations) at USC, trampled all over the ...

Tom Brady: “I Feel As Good As I’ve Ever Felt After An Opening Game”

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

Even Randy Moss couldn't ruin opening day for Tom Brady and the Patriots. Anyone sleeping on the New England Patriots this season woke up on Sunday when they destroyed the Cincinnati Bengals - a playoff team in 2009 with legitimate playoff aspirations in 2010 - leading 31-3 at one point ...

Philadelphia Eagles Don’t Have a Quarterback Controversy … Yet

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

Michael Vick is back. The former Atlanta Falcon turned criminal dogfighter turned Philadelphia Eagles quarterback sprung into action on Sunday when starter Kevin Kolb lasted exactly 10 passes before being knocked out with a concussion. Vick responded with an effort that was reminiscent of his pre-jail days. He put up ...