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Archive for January 8th, 2013

Doug Marrone on Why He Chose Buffalo: “I believe in this organization and believe this is the right situation for me”

Tuesday, January 8th, 2013

The Buffalo Bills have their new head coach. They turned down the opportunity to hire two other available coaches that had been to a Super Bowl before in Lovie Smith and Ken Whisenhunt and they went with little-known Doug Marrone. Marrone went 25-25 during his time at Syracuse and while ...

Chad Greenway Thinks the Best is Yet to Come for the Vikings if the Team Stays Together

Tuesday, January 8th, 2013

This season the Minnesota Vikings enjoyed a tremendous turnaround that culminated in a playoff appearance. The most impressive part of their season came at the close. Minnesota ripped off four straight wins to finish the year, including wins against Chicago, Houston and Green Bay the final week of the season, ...

Shane Doan is Happy the NHL Lockout is Over But Fears Physical Play Will Suffer

Tuesday, January 8th, 2013

Just when it appeared there was absolutely no chance that we'd see NHL games this year, the two sides struck a tentative deal to end the lockout over the weekend. If and when the deal is finalized, it sounds like we could be seeing games very quickly, which may sound ...

Matt Schaub Earns First Playoff Victory, Vows that Texans Will Give New England All it Can Handle

Tuesday, January 8th, 2013

About a month ago, it appeared the Houston Texans might be the top seed in the AFC, but now many might argue they're the weakest team left in the NFL playoffs. Quarterback Matt Schaub and the team edged Cincinnati, but didn't seem to shake off any of the doubters who ...

Andy Reid on Transitioning from Philadelphia: “It’s Gonna be Great for the Eagles”

Tuesday, January 8th, 2013

The Andy Reid era is underway in Kansas City, with the long-time Philadelphia Eagles head coach relieving Romeo Crennel with the Chiefs. While Reid's excited about what's to come in Kansas City, he also admits the Eagles might be better off moving on after all these years. Andy Reid joined Soren ...

Martin St. Louis Apologizes to the Fans as the NHL Returns

Tuesday, January 8th, 2013

The NHL lockout is over, which means the league won't lose its second full season in less than a decade. But will it lose fans anyway? Martin St. Louis of the Tampa Bay Lightning hopes not, which is why he's apologizing to those who love and miss the game. Martin St. ...

Clinton Portis: Dan Snyder Will Solve Washington’s Turf Problems to Avoid Future Injuries to RG3

Tuesday, January 8th, 2013

The Washington Redskins were on top of the NFL world last week after winning the NFC East with the dazzling play of rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III. A lot can change in the NFL in one week. As if the 24-14 playoff loss to the Seattle Seahawks wasn't bad enough, ...

Peter Laviolette: It Will be a Challenge for Teams to be Consistent in a Lockout-Shortened Season

Tuesday, January 8th, 2013

Somehow and some way the NHL lockout has ended. After 113 days, hockey is expected to resume on a national stage in the United States and Canada in the next few weeks. The drop-dead date for the NHL and NHLPA to make a deal was Jan. 11, but the two sides ...