Monthly Archives: November 2009

Pleasant NFL Surprises

Most years my football obsession begins to lose a bit of its maniacal edge in the last few weeks of the season, especially as a Chicago Bears fan. However, the 2009 edition of the NFL still has kept me on … finish reading Pleasant NFL Surprises

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Inside Football: The Shelf Life of the AFC South and West QBs

Just two divisions left and all the starting quarterbacks in the NFL have been unfairly judged by me. The AFC South and AFC West are perhaps the two divisions in football with the most upheaval ahead. They have consistent champions, … finish reading Inside Football: The Shelf Life of the AFC South and West QBs

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Inside Football: The Shelf Life of the AFC East and North QBs

Last week I scrolled through the current starting quarterbacks in the NFC, did a little mental carbon dating, and gave each quarterback a shelf life, giving some praise and future accolades and damning others to the fledgling United Football League. … finish reading Inside Football: The Shelf Life of the AFC East and North QBs

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Inside Football: The Shelf Life of NFL Quarterbacks

Great running backs and playmaking receivers have been a rare find in the NFL, championships teams have always been able to get by with simply very good backs and wide outs. At the turn of the century this could be … finish reading Inside Football: The Shelf Life of NFL Quarterbacks

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NBA and NHL Starts Lost in the Dense October Sports Jungle

The World Series is finishing up with the Yanks up 3 games to 1. The NFL season is about halfway through and just about every team still has a shot at the playoffs. The college football season has just a … finish reading NBA and NHL Starts Lost in the Dense October Sports Jungle

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