NFL Ravens 

Doesn’t look or feel like the same old Browns

No team has ever won a Super Bowl during the first day of free agency. Many teams have made the necessary moves on paper, exactly what the Cleveland Browns did on Thursday when NFL free agency kicked off. Cleveland has been the laughing stock of the NFL since returning in 1999, due to poor management decisions, questionable draft choices and... Read More
NFL Ravens 

15 players the Ravens should target in Free Agency

  The Ravens are near the bottom in the league in available cap space at 28th overall in the NFL currently. Only ahead of the Philadelphia Eagles, Kansas City Chiefs, New York Jets, and Dallas Cowboys according to Spotrac. Baltimore has just $15,254,325  in cap space, while also carrying $5.4 million in dead money which is fourth most in the... Read More
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NFL Notebook: Week 15

This week’s installment of the notebook will be a bit different. I was only able to watch one game this week, as I was away from home all day Sunday. So this week’s installment will feature some quick hits from what I’ve observed from the highlights, scores and standings. Merry Christmas from me to all of you. Enjoy the time... Read More
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NFL Notebook: Week 14

Another week has passes us by in the NFL and that means we are one week closer to crowning fantasy football champions and one step closer to the postseason. A lot of scenarios are still on the table for many teams heading into the final stretch of the season. Which players and teams shined most in Week 14? Here’s my... Read More
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NFL Notebook: Week 9

Nine weeks down, seven to go. That is where we are at in the NFL season. There is still plenty of football to be played. This past week there was quite a bit to talk about. An NFL officiating crew once again botched a call on the field (go figure). Some teams made statements, both good and bad, in terms... Read More
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What to watch for in Week 2 of the NFL season

Last week, NFL fans were treated to a highly-competitive opening week. There was a plethora of games that were decided by less than 10 points. This week, there aren’t as many intriguing matchups, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a few things to watch for. On Thursday night, the New York Jets defeated the Buffalo Bills in what turned out... Read More
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Which team has the best chance at winning the AFC?

“To be the man, you gotta beat the man” – Ric Flair For the NFL, more importantly in the AFC, the team to beat this upcoming season is the reigning, defending Super Bowl champion Denver Broncos. Last season, Denver was able to ride the coat tails of a stout defense and mediocre at-best quarterback play to hoist the Lombardi Trophy... Read More
NFL Ravens 

Draft Grades: AFC North

A division known as maybe the strongest in football a few years ago, the AFC North looked a bit different last season. The Ravens joined the Browns in the top six of the draft, the lowest draft pick for the Ravens since 2003. Cincinnati and Pittsburgh met in the Wild Card game, which will now live in infamy for quite... Read More
NFL 

Mike Tomlin is the right guy in Pittsburgh

The Pittsburgh Steelers don’t hire head coaches very often. In fact, there have only been 16 head coaches in the Steelers’ franchise history, dating back to 1933. There have been just three head coaches since 1969. Those three coaches are Chuck Noll (1969-1991), Bill Cowher (1992-2006) and the current head coach Mike Tomlin, who has been the coach since 2007.... Read More
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AFC North: Impact Rookies

Circa 5 years ago the most physical division in the NFL, and now arguably the most physical, the AFC North always seems like a war of attrition. For the past few seasons, it’s been the Baltimore Ravens and either the Bengals or the Steelers fighting for the playoffs with the Browns in the distance. This season should be no different,... Read More
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