The NFL season is finally here. Thursday Night begins with the Eagles facing the Falcons, but my eyes are on this weekend’s first NFL Sunday. Here are three of my favorite sides for the upcoming weekend of NFL games. I have placed my NFL bets on these teams what about
In Contact Sports, people get hurt. It’s a fact of life. And those taking part accept it just as readily as those watching it. This is as true for Rugby League as it is for Jiu-Jitsiu. That’s part of the thrill. It’s what gets the blood pumping through the veins.
In case you haven't heard; after just one season the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have decided to cut ties with quarterback Josh McCown.
McCown didn't live up to expectations in 2014, only threw for 11 touchdowns, compared to 14 interceptions in 11 games with the Buccaneers. He also only managed to win
As the NFL playoffs continue to rumble on, the majority of football teams are already looking to the offseason, and as heads roll in front offices throughout the league (among other teams, the 49ers, Bills, and Jets are all currently without head coaches), it seems a safe assumption that certain
The Chicago Bears (2-3) and the Atlanta Falcons (2-3) will go head to head later this afternoon. Both teams have their fair share of both strengths and weaknesses. The Falcons are led by the seasoned Matt Ryan. He's been having one of the best seasons of his already impressive career.
The Carolina Panthers had been in this position for the past two weeks. Down by multiple scores early in the game, unable to get anything going offensively or make a stop on defense, it looked as though the Chicago Bears would cruise to victory over the reeling Panthers.
And then, the