The Seahawks will be crowned the NFC’s best team after their 34-7 victory over the Saints Monday night. Seattle also holds the NFL’s best record at 11-1. And they officially clinched a playoff birth with the win. It was a dominant performance by the Seahawks despite behind shorthanded. Seattle was missing two of its top CBs. Their most talented WR didn’t play and probably won’t until the start of the playoffs. Yet, the Seahawks jumped on the Saints early and never let up. [Continue Reading]
Right now the Seahawks sit at 11/4 odds to win it all ahead of Denver who sits at 13/4. To be honest, I think Seattle beats Denver in New York easy. How about this one knowing Seattle is one of the toughest places to play:
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Carolina’s defense could really be a difference maker when it comes to winning a Super Bowl. Ultimately, I’m not sure Cam Newton has the chops for a title run, but that defense will keep them in the game. I couldn’t tell you who we’d pick to win it all right now. Denver? New Orleans? We will see…
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Geno Smith’s growing pains became too much for the New York Jets in the first half of a 23-3 loss to the Dolphins at MetLife Stadium, and he was handed the clipboard as Matt Simms took over in the second. The Jets have some decisions to make. Now that the playoffs have gone from a real possibility to a long shot, are they going to develop their young quarterback for the future, or go with an arm that might provide a better chance to win games? [Continue Reading]
How many years have we been talking about the New York Jets quarterback situation? I feel like we’ve been discussing it forever. Just get a damn quarterback so we don’t have to talk about it anymore. Please!
Miami Dolphins coach Joe Philbin wanted to release Richie Incognito in 2012 after the offensive lineman was accused of harassing a volunteer during the team’s charity golf tournament, sources close to the league’s investigation of the team told ESPN. Philbin’s wish to release Incognito in May 2012 was one of the more telling pieces of information revealed during hours of interviews recently conducted by independent investigator Ted Wells, according to sources. Philbin, who had been hired by the Dolphins in January 2012, made it known to others in the organization after the golf event that he believed the right move was to move on from Incognito, sources told ESPN. [Continue Reading]
So this report has been circulating around the world of sports this week. I felt like we needed to post it because we haven’t had any Richie Incognito news in the past 47 seconds. Honestly, we saw Philbin on ‘Hard Knocks’ he seems like a no nonsense guy so it should come as no surprise he wanted Incognito out back in 2012. You really can’t trust or believe anyone in the NFL, but perhaps Philbin is one of the good guys in the league. This could also be a PR stunt.
Is it too early for this? Once Thanksgiving passes I guess it’s all things Christmas so why not? Plus, I think it’s always appropriate to put some hot cheerleader galleries up so we’re completely confident we made a good decision with this one.
Last month we put together a collection of cheerleaders dressed up for Halloween which was awesome. Today, we are putting together a collection of cheerleaders showing their Christmas spirit. The NFL gets the nod because let’s face it their cheerleaders are awesome. Just awesome.
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Josh Gordon – welcome to Calvin Johnson-type status. Alshon Jeffery – Good heavens. There’s been a little bit of a changing of the guard when it comes to elite WRs in the NFL this season. Dez Bryant should go a little less with his mouth and watch these guys.
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The Vikings‘ Cordarrelle Patterson was drafted as a wide receiver and returner but he also does a pretty good Adrian Peterson impersonation. Midway through the second quarter, Patterson lined up in the backfield, took a pitch from quarterback Christian Ponder, and proceeded to run through the Bears‘ defense. Thirty-three yards later, touchdown. [Continue Reading]
I said it a couple weeks ago – this guy is going to be a stud. Just give him some time. He’s a beast.
If you happened to tune into the Alabama vs. Auburn game yesterday you may have not realized you could be (or even are) watching one of the sports team dynasties of our generation. When I say generation I’m talking about millennials – you know 18-34, which is rather broad, but about that age group.
Interestingly enough there have been several teams you could consider dynasties in that age range. If we’re talking 18-34, we’re really talking about those tuned into sports from 1990 to today. The fact is; there are probably a lot more than we even realize, but we will do our best to stay in the major sports.
Hit the jump to check them out…
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