Tony Romo

Tony Romo will not lead Dallas to a Super Bowl win

Personally, I like Tony Romo.  I appreciate his talent, and I respect his desire to play even when hurt. However, I propose three reasons why Tony Romo will not lead Dallas to a Super Bowl win.

The owner and General Manager of the Dallas Cowboys, Jerry Jones, is a detriment to the success of the Cowboys. No one is sure if he is also the Head Coach, because his ownership style is dictatorial.

No fan needs to look farther back than after the 1993 Super Bowl win.…

Eli Manning

Who’s the best QB in the NFC East?

Usually in the NFL, how the team’s quarterback performs is a direct reflection of their win-loss record.

Two years ago it was RGIII who was the toast of the NFL as he led his Washington Redskins to the division title. Last year, it was Nick Foles turn as he carried the Philadelphia Eagles to the title throwing 27 touchdowns with only two interceptions. The elder statesman of the group is Eli Manning, who won the division three years ago and has two rings to show for his effort.…

Redskins

Can Gruden bring back the Redskins winning ways?

To be a winner, at any level, takes many things. It takes pedigree, desire and experience. On January 9th, 2014 the Washington Redskins hired a man with all three intangibles, Jay Gruden. The hope is that he can bring winning back to the Nation’s Capital. Winning is something that has only been felt four seasons in the last 15 years.

Jay Gruden comes from a small but strong pedigree. His dad, Jim, was a successful coach at all levels.…

Arizona Cardinals

NFL teams that will make the playoff leap in 2014

Each NFL season there are always a few teams who take us fans by surprise and turn the corner. Here’s five NFL teams that will make the playoff leap in 2014.

Minnesota Vikings: The Minnesota Vikings are one of the most exciting teams going into the 2014 season. We’ll have to see if Teddy Bridgewater can win the starting gig and replace Matt Cassel. If he can do so, we may have an exciting combo in him and Adrian Peterson in the backfield.…