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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Football

Vikings Defensive End Ray Edwards Will Start Boxing if There Is a Lockout

Many signs point to the owners locking out the players when their Collective Bargaining Agreement expires. The owners reportedly are even seeking to cut the minimum salary for players with fewer than four or five years of experience. It really doesn’t seem fair to the players, but Vikings defensive end Ray Edwards won’t let their…Read More

Rex Ryan: No Doubt Jets Will Win the Super Bowl Next Year

Wait, did Rex Ryan say the Jets would win the Super Bowl in 2011?  What he really meant was 2012.  Yeah, that’s it — next year is their year.  Rex promises.  Maybe the foot fetish scandal was more of a distraction than we think, because there is absolutely no doubt in Ryan’s mind his team…Read More

Cam Newton Workout Video Was Excellent Idea to Boost His Draft Stock

Prior to holding his private workout in San Diego Thursday, former Auburn quarterback Cam Newton was getting hammered by the media for making those plans. I couldn’t hear enough about how his father was ruining him, how strange these plans were, and how bad of an idea it was. Maybe it was just the backtalk…Read More

Vegas Sports Books Pocket Slimmest Super Bowl Winnings Since 1998

When it comes to the biggest sporting event of the calendar year, people love to gamble.  Sports fans and schmoes from all over the globe empty their pockets in an attempt to make money on the Super Bowl and make it more exciting to watch.  Gambling websites and sports books come up with plenty of…Read More

Michael Vick Named AP Comeback Player, E.J. Henderson Robbed

Eagles quarterback Michael Vick was named The Associated Press 2010 NFL Comeback Player of the Year on Saturday night. The voting was basically a no-contest, with Vick receiving 29.5 votes, 21.5 ahead of second-place finisher, Seahawks receiver Mike Williams. The award seems to indicate that Vick has redeemed himself in the eyes of AP writers,…Read More

Even in Loss, Mike Tomlin Still Wins

The Pittsburgh Steelers were gracious after their Super Bowl loss to the Green Bay Packers, not offering up excuses for their defeat but speaking solely about the facts of the game. Most of that no-excuse, take responsibility attitude comes from their coach, Mike Tomlin, who never messes around (except when he’s watching Jersey Shore.” After…Read More

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