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Saturday, November 22, 2014

Football

Report: Egotistical Charlie Weis and Todd Haley Often Screamed at Each Other

A head-scratching news item was revealed last weekend, just before Kansas City’s season finale against the Raiders. It was reported and then confirmed that Charlie Weis would be leaving his position as offensive coordinator of the Chiefs for the same role at the University of Florida. Because Weis was not ascending in the coaching ranks…Read More

Bears, Lovie Smith Expect to Face Saints in Divisional Round

Although they have the luxury of playing in front of their home crowd, the Seahawks are going to be extremely outmatched when they take on the Saints this Saturday.  Like almost everyone else, the Bears expect the Saints to advance beyond the first round with relative ease. According to ESPNChicago.com, Chicago head coach Lovie Smith…Read More

Tom Coughlin Thinks the Critics Should Line Up and Kiss His A**

New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin thinks winning 10 games in an NFL season is a difficult thing to do. He’s right. That’s precisely why 10-6 is a good enough record to qualify for the postseason most of the time. You know what’s even more difficult to do? Blow a 21-point lead in the…Read More

New Team Is Best Thing for Vince Young

The Tennessee Titans announced their decision Wednesday to part ways with quarterback Vince Young whom they drafted 3rd overall in 2006. The decision by owner Bud Adams to move on ends one of the most tumultuous tenures of a highly drafted player with his original franchise since Michael Vick. Young started off his rookie year…Read More

Why Exactly Are the Bengals Keeping Marvin Lewis and Carson Palmer?

In the final regular season edition of our LBS NFL Power Rankings, I stated that I would be speechless if Marvin Lewis’ contract with the Cincinnati Bengals was extended at the end of the season.  I lied.  That doesn’t, however, mean that I understand it.  When Bengals owner Mike Brown sat next to Lewis on…Read More

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