[picapp align=”center” wrap=”false” link=”term=Indianapolis+Colts&iid=7370863″ src=”3/6/4/4/Denver_Broncos_v_f768.jpg?adImageId=8289368&imageId=7370863″ width=”380″ height=”276″ /] The Indianapolis Colts established a new NFL record on Sunday by defeating the Denver Broncos and winning its 22 straight regular season game in the process. The achievement which dates back to early last season bested the efforts of the […]
As we stand days away from a potential Phillies-Yankees World Series and the biggest sports fan battle to hit the east coast in decades, it is time to issue a test. I’m declaring open season on all fraudulent fans; and as they say on the streets, let’s not […]
[picapp src=”f/a/3/5/New_England_Patriots_58bb.jpg?adImageId=5160378&imageId=6782156″ width=”390″ height=”594″ /] Congrats to Denver for defeating the Patriots 20-17 in OT but shame on them for making us suffer through these horrific throwbacks.
Following Week 2, I turned on the NFL Network to see numerous analysts including Brian Billick, lauding the impressive state of quarterbacking around the league. After two weeks, the composite quarterback rating proved to 83.9, which at the time was an all-time best for the position. With so […]
With the Cowboys trailing 17-10 in Denver on Sunday, Cowboys offensive coordinator was faced with a third and goal from the Bronco 2 yard line. “Number one receiver” Roy E. Williams was out with an injury leaving Miles Austin, Sam Hurd and Jason Witten as the three primary […]
A week late but that’s ok. It’s a Tecmo Bowl rendering of the Stokley play. Complete with Gus Johnson play-by-play!
In case you missed it, the best part of Brandon Stokley’s game-saving touchdown catch against the Bengals was perhaps the call of CBS broadcaster deluxe Gus Johnson. Listen as Gus does his thing.
Twitter is amazing. Not only can you find this esteemed website tweeting via @joemsrightarm but it is fun to find out what hi-jinx athletes might be up to. Courtesy of athletetweets.com, here is a recap of some NFL player tweets you might find enjoyable…with a little commentary on […]
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After the controversial trade of former Denver quarterback Jay Cutler, Broncos owner Pat Bowlen took matters into his own hands by issuing a letter to season ticket holders. Bowlen’s basic message was simple. It’s about the team, not an individual player. This letter is perhaps why Bowlen is […]