NFL Pro Bowl

NFL could improve upon the Pro Bowl

After recently watching the MLB All-Star game, it has me pondering the notion if the NFL could improve upon the Pro Bowl? It would make sense considering the NBA and MLB All-Star games are a lot of fun for the fans in attendance and the viewers at home. In addition, both get better ratings than the Pro Bowl.

There are a few reasons the Pro Bowl receives the hate it does; players like Robert Mathis aren’t allowed to sack the quarterback, hard hits are not allowed and not every Pro Bowl player is eligible for the game.…

New York Giants

New York Giants are off to a rough start

The New York Giants season is already off to a rough start, and they just began training camp. The loss of key players like wide receiver Hakeem Nicks and defensive end Justin Tuck during the off-season was devastating to the Giants. Then things started to turn around, getting wide receiver Mario Manningham back from the San Francisco 49ers and drafting Louisiana State University’s wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr, but how quickly things can fall apart.

This week the New York Giants had a key player announce his retirement, Chris Snee, a four-time pro-bowler and two-time Super Bowl Champion with the New York Giants, will not be returning to the team, or a game of football for that matter.…

Roger Goodell

Roger Goodell’s Selective Punishments

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has rightfully been accused of the over-punishment of NFL players. His dictatorial actions have moved me and many others to accuse him of unfair practice in his actions against players, while dismissing serious repercussions for owners and officials. With the recent ‘slap on the wrist’ to Baltimore’s Ray Rice, it is apparent that what is occurring is Roger Goodell’s selective punishments are demonstrating his hypocrisy.

A two-game suspension barely rates as punishment for the abuse of Rice’s girlfriend/ wife.…

Bruce Smith

Buffalo Bills members of the Hall of Fame, who’s next?

Ralph Wilson Jr., Jim Kelly, Bruce Smith, Thurman Thomas, Joe DeLamielleure, Marv Levy, Billy Shaw and O.J. Simpson represent the Buffalo Bills in the prestigious NFL Hall of Fame. Here is a look at why they reached the Hall and who could be next for the Buffalo Bills.

Ralph C. Wilson Jr. (2009)

Ralph Wilson Jr. was the founder and owner of the Buffalo Bills. He was one of the founding owners of the AFL or American Football League which would merge with the NFL in 1970.…

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