Fantasy Football: AFC East quarterbacks for 2014

The 2014 NFL season is quickly approaching and for the paranoid fantasy players like myself, it means Sundays full of refreshing your web browser and watching a game just because Stephen Gostkowski needs three field goals so you can win your match up. Well, follow these tips, and you won’t need that drama in your life. Today, we’re talking quarterbacks.

The Best Bet, Tom Brady (NE): Let’s start this thing off with a little controversy! Well, not really.…

Robert Griffin III needs to return to RG3

In 2013, the Washington Redskins and RG3 were “all in for Week 1.” At the time, no one knew how the season would play out. Sure RG3 looked healthy but was he really? Only time would tell. It did not take long for the league, announcers and fans to realize that RG3 was still feeling the effects of his devastating injury. RG3 was no longer RG3; he had become Robert Griffin III. In order for the Washington Redskins to be successful in 2014 they need Robert Griffin III to once again be RG3.…

Eagles, Steelers: 2 teams heading in different directions

After a first half of football in which the Philadelphia Eagles teams starters thoroughly dominated the visiting Pittsburgh Steelers, it was apparent these teams are headed in different directions. Pittsburgh’s offense sputtered and looked awkwardly out of sync.  They were never able to sustain a drive, while Philly’s defense looked much improved and made several key plays. On the other side of the ball, the Eagles moved quick and efficiently while the Steelers looked slow and unsure.…

Perfect opportunity for Christian Ponder to jump ship

The injury to Sam Bradford offers Minnesota Vikings’ Christian Ponder the perfect opportunity to jump ship.

With the news coming out of Sam Bradford’s torn ACL, the St. Louis Rams have now found themselves in desperate need for a quarterback.  This is, unless, you’ve sold yourself on Shaun Hill as the starting QB.  People that have are probably thinking back to his glory days (can 3 average seasons be considered glory days?) with the 49ers.…

WWE stars who played professional football

Most people aren’t aware, but many of today’s WWE stars once played professional football. There’s a long list of players who couldn’t make it into the NFL, but here’s a few surprise WWE stars who played professional football.

Bill Goldberg: This WWE star attended the University of Georgia where he played defensive tackle. Goldberg was drafted in the 11th round in the 1990 NFL Draft by the LA Rams and had a stint with the Atlanta Falcons from the 1992 season until 1994.…