Tag archive for ‘Football’
By Darrin Williamson On Monday, January 26th, 2015

Players to Watch in the NFL Draft for Philadelphia

The Philadelphia Eagles clearly have needs on the defensive side of the ball. They made a concerted effort to shore up that side last year in the draft, and the results have yet to manifest positive results. They More...

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By David Heim On Friday, January 16th, 2015

In Busy Day For Jets, Head Coach and Offensive Coordinator In Fold

(USA Today)   It’s been a productive week for Woody Johnson and the New York Jets. Just hours after announcing the addition of new general manager Mike Maccagnan, the Jets have announced that Arizona Cardinals More...

By David Heim On Wednesday, January 7th, 2015

Winston Announcement Provides Security for Jets in Draft Preparations

(USATSI)   Florida State sophomore quarterback Jameis Winston has officially declared for the NFL Draft Wednesday, according to a report given to ESPN by Winston’s father Antonor. What does this mean for More...

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By Kahlil Thomas On Monday, November 10th, 2014

How Do 2014 Jets Compare to 1996 Jets?

In the span of the New York Jets’ 1-8 start to the 2014 NFL season, there was talk about the last time that the team lost eight games in a row. That would be the year of 1996 when the New York Jets finished the More...

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By Sean Saint Jacques On Wednesday, November 5th, 2014

What we learned from Week 9 in the NFL

(Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images) During week nine, teams begin to measure their strengths against the best competition the league has to offer while gauging where they stand for a playoff spot. In a league that More...

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By Alyson Mintz On Thursday, October 30th, 2014

Breast Cancer Awareness Month: A Glimmer of Hope

(Image via USAToday.com) Throughout the month of October, valiant efforts have been made to promote breast cancer awareness, specifically through campaigns in the sports world.  Breast cancer is a truly devastating More...

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By Sean Saint Jacques On Monday, October 20th, 2014

Giants battle, but can’t cool the hot Cowboys in Dallas

Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports After seemingly righting the ship, the New York Giants have now lost two straight as they could not stop the Dallas Cowboys in a 31-21 loss. The Giants (3-4) had a lead briefly in the More...

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By Sean Saint Jacques On Friday, October 10th, 2014

Jets season could be over if they do not win one of the next two games

Ron Antonelli/Getty Images The New York Jets have dug themselves quite a hole that might get even deeper after these next two weeks. Gang Green is 1-4 and now has two Hall of Fame quarterbacks on consecutive weeks More...

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By Gregg Snyder On Wednesday, October 8th, 2014

Giants’ Safety Antrel Rolle Excited For Battle With Nick Foles and Philadelphia Eagles

Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports The New York Giants will head down the New Jersey Turnpike to take on the Philadelphia Eagles in primetime on Sunday. When the two NFC East rivals hit the field, it’s always a More...

By J.A. Michelle On Wednesday, October 8th, 2014

Today’s Opinion Poll: Should a mere allegation be enough to suspend an NFL player?

  Adrian PetersonPhoto Credit: sportingnews.com At the moment Adrian Peterson, the suspended NFL player whom, if it not for being arrested on allegations of child abuse, would be somewhere other than a court More...

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By Sean Saint Jacques On Friday, October 3rd, 2014

New York Giants Entering Critical Part of Schedule

Jason O. Watson/US Presswire New York Giants fans must be confident with their football team after the win over Washington just eight days ago on Thursday night. However, the schedule that lies ahead for the Giants More...

By J.A. Michelle On Thursday, September 25th, 2014

One word to describe the NFL….enigma

(USATSI) What’s the one word you would use to describe the National Football League?  I’ve heard some describe it as a ‘monolith’ which makes sense.  Me, I think I would choose, ‘enigma’. What More...