Immature, irresponsible actions cost Super Bowls

I hope every fan of professional football is as sick and tired as I am of reading about immature and irresponsible actions by players, which potentially could cost their teams Super Bowl’s. Young players, like Cleveland Browns Josh Gordan, have far too much money and continue to make avoidable mistakes. Instead of being great, they receive suspensions when they are badly needed on the field.

Yesterday, Josh Gordon’s one-year suspension was upheld by the league office.…

A Dallas Cowboys fan’s hate of Jerry Jones

First off, let me clarify that I do not mean dislike or annoyed by. I mean hate. For example, if Jerry Jones of the Dallas Cowboys died in some horrific manner like being shot to ribbons with a machine gun, or being quartered by stallions that pull him apart by the limbs, or in his sleep by a 20-something hot blonde, the worst I would say is “Wow…..I wonder who’s gong to run the team now?”

It started back in ’93 when the Cowboys had just begun their ’90′s dynasty and Emmitt Smith, the NFL leading rusher for the 2nd season in a row, waited for his contract to expire and felt that he should be the highest paid running back in football.…

5 key factors that will earn the Bills a playoff spot

The last time the Buffalo Bills were in the playoffs they had their hearts ripped out as they lost to the Tennessee Titans on a final kickoff return in the closing seconds.  That game is referred to as the Music City Miracle.  Ever since that day, the Buffalo Bills have struggled to find the right quarterback or coach to lead them into the playoffs.  The current Buffalo Bills led by coach Doug Marrone are knocking on the door and looking like they have the talent to end this 15-year playoff drought.  In order for the Bills to make it back to the post-season they must master or improve on these key factors.…

Wes Welker rebukes retirement, should he?

One of the catalysts of the Denver Broncos’ passing offense has suffered a concussion. Normally, that would not make national headlines, but that person is Wes Welker. He is a high-profile name, but what makes that situation more tedious is that he suffered his third concussion in a ten month span.

This is an awfully dangerous game to play. He has told Coach Fox that he has no plans to retire, but maybe he should strongly consider it.  The more concussions one obtains, the easier it is to suffer through a concussion.…

Packers gear up for another injury ridden season

Last season’s Green Bay Packers team faced their biggest injury challenge possible as their most important player and leader, Aaron Rodgers, missed seven games. In addition to Rodgers, the Packers missed other important players for a variety of games. Names like Clay Matthews, Randall Cobb, Jermichael Finley, James Jones, DuJuan Harris, and Casey Hayward.

The 2013 season wasn’t the exception for the Packers, in 2011 Pro Bowl safety, Nick Collins’s career ended in Week 2 and in 2012 they lost the invaluable Charles Woodson for nine games, B.J.…

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