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Howard Cosell

10 interesting facts about the NFL

Most die-hard NFL fans know the who the highest scoring team in league history is (2013 Denver Broncos), which team has the most Super Bowl wins (Pittsburgh Steelers) and who holds the record for most sacks in a single season (Michael Strahan). But how many fans can name the QB who threw a touchdown to himself, or what happened on the November 23rd, 1970 edition of Monday Night Football? Here are 10 interesting facts about the NFL.…

Peyton Manning

Seahawks have Peyton Manning’s number

The embarrassing 43-8 beat down the Seattle Seahawks handed the Denver Broncos was no fluke. It was not a fixed game or a lucky day. Nor was the 40-10 blowout the Seahawks delivered Denver during the preseason that same year. Simply put, the Seattle Seahawks are built to beat the Denver Broncos.

Denver’s elite offense relies on timing and rhythm. It’s effective because Peyton Manning can anticipate where a given receiver will be, which allows for faster decision-making, a quicker release and less time that the offensive line needs to hold their blocks.…

Blake-Bortles-

Who’s going to start?

We all have opinions about who should start and who should sit in September. Training camps will all be open by tomorrow, the 25th, and how coaches view the practices will give them reason to make a decision. So, who’s going to start?

Although article after article proves that rule changes are making it more difficult to play defense, the NFL continues to be managed by many of the ‘good old boys,’ who are not able to adapt to the major changes in the game.…

Thomas Golisano is the wrong man for the Bills

Blasé seems fitting when describing Thomas Golisano, at least his personality, but it’s the actual spelling of his first name: Blase. I get the reason for using Tom now. And there is a lot to like about Mr. Paychex, including his company, a leader in payroll, human resources and benefits for entrepreneurs (small businesses) and ascending (medium-sized). You only need one reason to know Golisano is the wrong guy to own the Buffalo Bills.

Firstly, the National Football League is a large-scale business enterprise, whilst Golisano is worth about two billion dollars (roughly 1.3 to 1.9 billion), so I am having more fun with his target audience than stating an argument.…