Archive for October 10th, 2011

Lovie Smith and the Bears Try to Tame Undefeated Lions on Monday Night Football

Monday, October 10th, 2011

12 of 13 Week 5 games are in the books, with the Monday Night matchup between the Chicago Bears and Detroit Lions still to come. For Detroit, tonight represents an incredible opportunity to improve to 5-0 and showcase their young, talented squad in what will be their first MNF game ...

Tom Brady: “I expect a lot out of our team. I thought we were capable of playing better than we did yesterday.”

Monday, October 10th, 2011

The New England Patriots quite possibly played their most complete game of the season yesterday in defeating the New York Jets, 30-21, with a balanced offensive attack. BenJarvus Green-Ellis rushed for a career-high 136 yards and two touchdowns exploiting a Jets run defense that was more focused on containing Wes ...

John Madden: “There will never be another Al Davis”

Monday, October 10th, 2011

When you think about the Raiders just one name comes to mind. Al Davis. For as long as I can remember, Al Davis has been the face of the Raiders and he lived and breathed football, especially the Raiders. Unfortunately Davis passed away over the weekend. Even though he has ...

David Ortiz Admits Some Boston Red Sox Players Probably Didn’t Care As Much Late in the Season

Monday, October 10th, 2011

There were certainly times during the Boston Red Sox' late-season meltdown where some players didn't really seem to care all that much about it. Some folks around the Red Sox have since admitted that and designated hitter David Ortiz is just the latest, though he's making sure people know that ...

Robin Ventura Says Being the Manager of the White Sox Wasn’t on His Radar

Monday, October 10th, 2011

When the Chicago White Sox decided to let Ozzie Guillen go to the Florida Marlins, they immediately began their search for a new manager. The search didn’t last very long though as the Sox decided to stay in house and hire Robin Ventura as the new skipper. Ventura is a ...

Nate Burleson on Winning Culture in Detroit: “We are not even close to where we want to be, but is has changed.”

Monday, October 10th, 2011

With a win over the Chicago Bears on Monday Night Football, the Detroit Lions would be 5-0 for the first time since 1956, the year before a championship was last brought to the Motor City. Needless to say, excitement is sky high in Detroit, but head coach Jim Schwartz is ...