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The AFC still runs through Foxboro, despite controversy

What in tarnation is a catch in the NFL? This is the million-dollar question that has footballs fans buzzing coming off Sunday’s “Game of the Year” between the New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers. Trailing 27-24 with 28 seconds left, Ben Roethlisberger found tight end Jesse James for what appeared to be the game-winning score. However, the NFL’s catch rule… Read More
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AFC Divisional Round Preview

The AFC playoff field is down to four as the Houston Texans and Pittsburgh Steelers were both victorious in Wild Card weekend to advance to New England and Kansas City respectively. Both matchups will be rematches from earlier in the season, but with different storylines. Two teams will advance to next weekend’s AFC Championship game, while the other two will… Read More
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AFC Wild Card Weekend Preview

The field is set with 12 teams vying to hoist the Lombardi Trophy come February. The New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs will be watching this weekend to see who advances to play them in the AFC Divisional Round. The Pittsburgh Steelers will host the Miami Dolphins while the Houston Texans will entertain the Oakland Raiders. Two teams will… Read More
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NFL Notebook: Weeks 16 and 17

Welcome back to the final regular season installment of the NFL Notebook series. With the holidays here when Week 16 occurred, I combined the final two weeks of the season into one post. There is only one thing from Week 16 that I will be discussing and a few items from Week 17. I hope you all had a wonderful… 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 12

The NFL product has gotten better and better over the past couple of weeks and Week 12 was not different. Playoff races are heating up across the board and more teams are inching closer to the playoffs. There were some fun and exciting games this week in the NFL. Tom Brady wins career game No. 200 With the New England… Read More
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Who is to blame for the Steelers woes?

The Pittsburg Steelers are one of the most storied franchises in NFL history. Six times they have hoisted the Lombardi Trophy, the most by any team in league history. However, the last time Pittsburgh won it all was back in 2009. Currently, in the 2016 season, the Steelers are losers of four-straight with an overall record of 4-5. The most… Read More
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Roethlisberger to have surgery, timetable for return unknown

Sunday afternoon is one the Pittsburgh Steelers will want to erase from their memory bank relatively quick. Not only did the Steelers fall to the Miami Dolphins 30-15, but quarterback Ben Roethlisberger suffered a torn meniscus in his left knee. Roethlisberger will have surgery on Monday to repair what he is calling a “black and blue” knee. More information of… Read More
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NFL Notebook: Week 4

A quarter of the 2016 NFL season is officially in the books. It seems like the series just started, yet here we are. This week a few things caught my eye, including a receiver who needs to quit his nonsense, a fumble that wasn’t and rookies leading the Cowboys among other things. Starting this week, I will be adding a… Read More
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No Excuses, Coaches and Players Need to Be Held Accountable

Here is what we know about the Redskins player personnel as it stands, the defensive line is bad, the interior offensive line is not good, the running backs are questionable, and there is an asterisk by the quarterback position. Jay Gruden and staff aren’t absolved either, they’ve been up and down in their tenure in Washington. Gruden has indeed improved… Read More
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