Tag: football

World Cup 2014

I can’t believe it’s already been four years since our last World Cup.  In one month, June 12th at 4:00pm, the world will cast their eyes to Brazil as host team Brazil faces off against Croatia in Sao Paulo for

Jerry Sandusky Sentenced 30-60 Years

Jerry Sandusky sentenced today for 30 to 60 years for his convictions on 45 counts of child sexual abuse involving ten boys over a 15 year period.  In case you have forgotten or have been living in the outback, Jerry

Tim Tebow Moves His NFL Platform to New York

NFL, Tim Tebow and the New York Jets Tim Tebow.  Call him a hero, call him a child of the most high God, or call him a quarterback trying to find his place in the league, either way, Tim Tebow

Peyton Manning NFL Future With Washington Redskins?

Let the speculation and rumors begin behind Peyton Manning becoming a Redskin.  It’s funny hearing all of the draft and trade rumors with regards to the Redskins and their needs in order to get them back to those glory days

Commercials | Even the Super Bowl is a Time Filler

Super Bowl commercials, like every year, have gained press for their fantastic expense, celebrity involvement, or overall artistic value. This year, I even saw ads promoting a company’s Super Bowl commercial! The Super Bowl commercials followed the formula of past

Joe Paterno Passes Away At the Age of 85

Joe Paterno passed away today after being hospitalized since January 13th for complications due to lung cancer.  Honestly I could talk about Joe Paterno and the Penn State Scandal however I shall not.  The man was a legend on the

The Road to Super Bowl 46

As we approach this final Championship weekend on the road to the Super Bowl 46, I thought I would break down the matchups and what we can expect to see on Sunday.  But first, let’s look at what got us

Redskins Quarterback John Beck NFL Debut

Redskins Quarterback John Beck Washington Redskins Quarterback John Beck made NFL Debut Sunday Recently inserted Redskins quarterback John Beck waited three years and ten months to get his first start since playing for Miami back in December of 2007. Things didn’t

Redskin’s Chris Cooley Bashes Cowboy’s Romo

It seems that Redskin’s tight end Chris Cooley has decided to start the taunting early for the Redskins-Dallas rivaly game at FedEx Field Nov. 20th.  The Cowboys barely escaped a loss to the Redskins with an 18-16 win at ‘The

Dallas Cowboys Meltdown Triggered Loss Against Detroit

Coming back from a 24 point deficit, midway in the third quarter, the Detroit Lions triumphed over the Dallas Cowboys proving that the underdog should never ben underestimated.

Peyton Manning Signs Contract with Colts

The Indianapolis Colts signed Peyton Manning for five more years costing the team $90 million paid out around $18 million over the length of each season, getting $23 million for the first three years.

Jim Tressel steps down as head coach of The Ohio State University

COLUMBUS, OH— Amid heavy controversy and criticism coming his way over the past year, Jim Tressel resigned on Monday as head coach of The Ohio State University’s football program—saying he was acting in the best interest of the school and

A Little History about the NFL Draft?

The NFL Draft is upon us.  Thursday night marks the 76th year of the NFL Draft.  Dreams will come true and others, well they’ll have to try even harder.  It’s hard to believe we’ve seen 76 years of drafting players.  The

NFL Lockout Lifted For Now

It’s already been a long and confusing process with the NFL labor negotiations and the lockout.  On Monday, U.S. District Judge Susan Richard Nelson’s made a ruling that lifted the NFL lockout, for now.  A move that could resume the

Old Rivals Green Bay And Chicago To Square Off In NFC Title Game:

After convincing victories in their respective divisional playoff games this weekend, the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers will square off in next Sunday’s NFC championship game, marking the first official time that these iconic franchises, and longtime rivals, will