NFL Ravens 

Three Options for Baltimore on Thursday Night

There are a number of different directions the Baltimore Ravens could go in the first round of this year’s NFL Draft. They could add some youth to their receivers, beef up their defensive line or pull a move that could surprise everyone like taking the best available player on the board. With the draft closely approaching, we take a look... Read More
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NFC Wild Card Weekend Preview

The field is set to the final 12 teams in the NFL with all of them vying for a shot to hoist the Lombardi Trophy at Super Bowl 51. The Dallas Cowboys and Atlanta Falcons will both be spectators this weekend due to first-round byes, while the other four NFC teams will do battle to determine who faces the top-two... 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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Playoff Implications on Thanksgiving slate of games

The time of year has finally come where families and friends gather around, eating copious amounts of food while watching football. Every Thanksgiving, the Dallas Cowboys and Detroit Lions have games. In 2006, the NFL started adding a third game in primetime, with no specified teams. The Lions started playing on Thanksgiving day back in 1935 when the team owner... 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
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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Cox is worth every penny of six-year deal

$63 million guaranteed, the highest for a non-quarterback  in NFL history and it went to who? That would be Philadelphia’s Fletcher Cox. Who is Fletcher Cox? He’s the “blank” time Pro Bowler that has been wreaking constant havoc on the defensive line for the Philadelphia Eagles. He entered the league as the 12th overall pick in the 2012 NFL draft.... Read More
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Draft Grades: NFC North

Another year of the NFL Draft has come and gone, and this year’s draft, although knocked for not having an excess of elite talent, certainly did not disappoint in entertainment value. In the NFC North, after being heavily Packer dominated for the past decade, the other teams are finally catching up to the Green and Gold. The Vikings won the... Read More
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