NFL Redskins 

Ideal Candidates to replace Joe Barry in Washington

The Washington Redskins have fired defensive coordinator Joe Barry and his staff Thursday afternoon, following an abysmal 2016 season on his side of the football. Ranking 28th in yards in back-to-back seasons and bottom of the league in yards per play in rushing and passing. Here’s a recap of the few names that have emerged from media and football insiders… Read More
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NFL Notebook: Week 8

The midway point of the NFL season is upon us, which seems hard to believe. In this week’s installment of the Notebook, I discuss my MVP candidates, the possible end of a dynamic player, Cam Newton’s frustration with the officiating, another game ending in a tie and the Sunday night showdown between NFC East rivals. MVP Candidates Tom Brady: Yes,… Read More
NFL Redskins 

A Must Win Week For Washington

Heading into this week’s game Washington is at a 4-3, pretty solid after a rough start to their season. Losing the Lions game is not a critical loss in terms of postseason hopes, but at the same time that loss has made this week’s game against the Bengals a pivotal one. Cincinnati is coming into this week at 3-4 after… Read More
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NFL Notebook: Week 6

It’s hard to believe, but yet another week has gone by in the National Football League. This week was dominated by the home teams, as they won 12 of the 15 games that were played were won by the home team. The three teams to win on the road were the Dallas Cowboys, Jacksonville Jaguars and Kansas City Chiefs. Speaking… Read More
NFL Redskins 

Washington faces critical three game stretch

Washington heads into their sixth game of the season against the second place Philadelphia Eagles, the Redskins trail by just one game after winning their last three. The current three-game winning streak has been impressive, a response to an ugly 0-2 start has put Washington right back in the thick of things. With the Eagles, Lions, and Bengals coming up within the… 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
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“Pacman’s” meltdown moved to social media after Bengals lose late to Steelers

WARNING: The video contained in this post is NSFW Cincinnati’s wild card loss to the Steelers was bad enough with the epic meltdown at the end of the day, due in large part to nonsensical penalties. Adam ‘Pacman’ Jones drew a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty for arguing with the referees. This led to the Steelers kicking a game-winning field goal.… Read More
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It got ugly in Cincinnati, Steelers come away with win

When divisional rivals play, the drama is heightened. When divisional rivals play in the playoffs, the drama is heightened to the max. That was surely the case in the wild card game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals. Hollywood couldn’t have come up with a better drama movie than these two teams provided. The game had every twist and… Read More
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