Oddly enough, I stumbled over this video years ago on a Washington Redskins message board of all things. It’s all good in fun. I can see the steam rising off the heads of Favre loyalists though. Not to worry, we’ll discuss Golden Brett’s legacy in full detail very […]
Reports surfacing from numerous sources including ESPN and the NFL Network, indicate that Brett Favre instructed agent Bus Cook to inform the Jets that he plans to retire. Thankfully, Brett didn’t draw it out this time. More news on this topic as the day progresses.
Another day…another Cardinals coach fired. Arizona head coach Ken Wisenhunt was back in business on Tuesday when the team fired quarterbacks coach Jeff Rutledge. So if you’re scoring at home, the Cards are without an offensive and defensive coordinator. Add quarterbacks coach to the list as the Cards […]
According to Yahoo sports, Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb plans on asking the team for more money on top of the two years remaining on his contract. As Yahoo puts it, a “financial apology” of sorts may be what he is looking for after being benched by Andy Reid […]
Top o’ the morning…and you’re welcome.
This was a Dr. Z specialty on SI’s website, however, with the good doctor recovering from two strokes (by the way, get well soon Doc) we’ll settle for the Griddy Awards from the folks over at Pro Football Weekly.
As A-Rod’s name is dragged through the mud over the next few days, months, and probably years, I needed to hear the take of Mike and the Mad Dog on his admittance to using PED’s from 2001 to ’03. Only one problem though…Mike and the Mad Dog no […]
Over the next few days, we’ll examine the top 10 moments of the ’08 season leading up to the moment that defined the 2008 NFL season.
The Cowboys released cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones today after a rather tumultuous year with the team. By releasing Jones, the Cowboys will gain $1 million on the salary cap. In nine games with Dallas, Jones provided little impact defensively and failed to improve Dallas’ punt return unit. He averaged […]
A reporter asked Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner if this Steelers team was a dynasty. Thankfully and rightfully he said no. In today’s media, everyone loves hyperbole. Let us calm down on dynasty talk for this Steelers team. Sure, they’ve won two in four years but this group is […]