We probably should have seen this coming. During the off-season, the 49ers flirted with Peyton Manning; while allowing Alex Smith to show plenty of leg to the Miami Dolphins.
These sc cats swear they the truth but they lose to ucla and Norte shame — LenDale White (@THEREAL_LENDALE) November 25, 2012 Ex-NFL’er and former USC Trojan running back LenDale White is quite angry that Notre Dame is on their way to the BCS title game after they […]
After a scoreless tie through the first quarter, the New England Patriots decimated the Jets on Thanksgiving night by using a monstrous 35-point second quarter; effectively ending the Jets’ 2012 season. New England ripped off three touchdowns in :56 seconds to end the game and eventually cruise to […]
One part of Matt Schaub’s lower body will struggle to celebrate on Thanksgiving. Detroit’s Ndamukong Suh was back to his old, questionable tricks when his foot ended up kicking Houston’s Matt Schaub below the belt during the first half of the Texans/Lions Thanksgiving battle.
Ex-Detroit Lions running back Barry Sanders was arguably one of the three best running backs to ever play the game.
In an effort to follow the Eagles on their Manifest destiny of self-purported greatness, I’ll hit the road to enjoy the Delaware Valley on NFL Sundays. Time for the season’s shortest trip.
Coming in December, we’ll induct the newest JMRA Hall of Fame class to join a group that has been in existence since 2009. We’ll have the usual bells and whistles, complete with ridiculous Hall of Fame posters.
While some pundits among the national talking heads like NFL Network’s Steve Mariucci believe Andy Reid is still a very good head coach, Eagles fans are singing a different tune…literally.
Hey, get a peek at the NFC’s 3-6 matchup. I’d like to stand pat with these matchups. The National Guard will be on speed dial for Lambeau Field. In other news, we’ve extended the view to the AFC/NFC divisional round window.
The best moment of last night’s 13-10 parade of snooze came courtesy of the victorious Jacoby Jones, whose Ravens earned a three-point win. During a post-game interview with NBC’s Michele Tafoya, Jones winked at her and called her gorgeous.