It appears we are days away from a collective bargaining agreement and the expedient return of football.
It’s July 4th weekend. Whatever you do, don’t dress like either one of these men in the picture seen above. No offense Andy. Either DeSean Jackson is convinced that the NFL is not likely to reach a new CBA anytime soon or he is just plain crazy. NFL […]
Sign #454 that Plaxico Burress wants to join the Eagles came today as he was leaving prison after serving 20 months behind bars. The 33-year-old wide receiver rocked an old school burgundy Phillies cap, which could easily be interpreted as sending out a subtle message to his preferred […]
Cleveland Browns running back Peyton Hillis is your newest Madden cover athlete. The hard-charging Hillis defeated Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick in the finals to win the honor.
While tweeting last week, I stumbled across a suggestion for the Madden ’12 cover. Even though the padlock is my favorite, this one comes in at a close second via the Twitter feed of CNBC’s Darren Rovell.
EA Sports decided to put the selection of the Madden ’12 cover athlete in the hands of the fans this year. The bracket style vote currently finds Browns running back Peyton Hillis with a comfortable lead over Super Bowl MVP Aaron Rodgers in one semifinal. Meanwhile, Adrian Peterson […]
Here’s what we learned last week… The Mega Powers are still the most powerful force in the universe. Oscars co-host Anne Hathaway is an Eagles fan.
While most Eagles fans are worried about whether Kevin Kolb or Michael Vick will be their starting quarterback next season, some have more pressing issues to tend to, like vandalizing the car of a college professor for starters. Craig Coenen, a professor at Lehigh Valley College and Packers fan, attended […]
Green Bay received help from two unlikely sources in their 21-16 win over the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday. Running back James Starks set a Packer rookie playoff record with 123 yards. Meanwhile, Philly’s normally reliable kicker David Akers missed a pair of field goals (34 & 41 yarders).
This is the next installment in a twelve-part examination of the NFL playoffs as we provide brief looks at each team participating in this year’s postseason run. Andy Reid’s motley crew is under review.