The Colts have won one Super Bowl this decade. One. Not two. Not three. Not four. One. Thus, their philosophy of resting Peyton Manning and others because they might get injured has not exactly paid off handsomely.
[picapp src=”1/5/6/9/Patriots_Brady_Sacked_e3ec.JPG?adImageId=7619054&imageId=7057876″ width=”380″ height=”290″ /] According to research done on advancedNFLstats.com, the man was right. Under the circumstances, going for it, while jarring to see, is an understandable proposition. If his own team can’t get over what he did, than the Patriots have far greater problems than Belichick […]
As per usual, the football talking heads are missing the boat on this call. The problem isn’t the call itself for my money. It’s the events leading up to the call that make it look awful.
The talk of the football world is the 4th and 2 Belichick call to go for it, which as a result ultimately did in the Patriots. For the unaware, there is a historical comparison to what Belichick did last night. Back in 1995, the Cowboys faced a similar […]
Earlier this week, I discovered one of my friends, who is a big Carolina Panthers fan, made her way down to Charlotte, North Carolina to watch Eagles/Panthers. Prior to Sunday, the last Panther game she attended? That’s right, the 2008 NFC Divisional playoff game versus Arizona.
In an effort to prep you for the 2009 season, we’re providing a glimpse of what is to come with our series Five Things You Should Know About The…
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To the surprise of no one the New England Patriots placed the franchise tag on quarterback Matt Cassel as an insurance policy to the returning Tom Brady for the 2009 season. The possibility still exists that Cassel could be traded or signed by another team but they would […]