NFL Reviews Week 17
Green Bay over Chicago. This was a game that had a playoff type edge to it. The Packers needed a win to get in which they did, it just wasn’t pretty.Who Are They?
Each football season a group of mysterious gentleman leap into the sports spotlight with steam and other nonsense. The speculating public, which is essentially composed of followers, clings to every word they speak, complying and following their every lead. You know the fellows. They are referred to with reverential phrases as: “Who are THEY taking?” or “Who do THEY like?”Five Interesting Facts About The Touchdown Passes Of Doug Flutie
Doug Flutie was a great quarterback who proved it at the college level, in the Canadian Football League, and in the NFL. Here we have compiled a look at five fun facts about the many touchdown passes that he threw.Goliath Wins With a Lucky Punch
Packers vs. Patriots. On Sunday, David stood up to Goliath, in his own yard, and walked all over him… until Goliath landed a lucky punch and put David down for the count. It was almost the perfect circumstances to write a great David vs Goliath story, and I was mentally formatting it as I watched Matt Flynn lead the Packers down to the Patriot end zone for the game winning touchdown… until he got sacked with no time left, and it would change the theme of the story I was formulating in my head.Unlock Your Football Team’s Potential With the 4-4 Defense
The 4-4 Defense is a great, simple defense. This is still one of the top run-stopping defenses at the High School and Youth football levels. The 4-4 is unsurpassed in its simplicity and ease of teaching to your players. You can have success by installing this defense on your High School, Middle School or Youth football team.Bears Take on Vikes 2: The Ice-Bowl
Could you ask for a more bizarre way for the Chicago Bears to attempt to clinch the division? First off, Aaron Rodgers goes down to his second concussion of the year the week before they play the steam-rolling Patriots. Then, in dramatic fashion, the bubble burst on the Metrodome, with footage showing a few thousand pounds of snow falling on the field like somebody slit a giant sack of flour over a kitchen floor.How to Run Any Defensive Coverages
The world of football has its own language. No where does it seem more confusing than defensive coverages. The reality is that coverages are very simple. Understanding the numbering system for defensive coverages will allow you to recognize or run any defensive coverages.Getting the Best Football Picks Means Knowing the Basic Betting Systems
What are the basic betting systems that the expert use to get their football picks. This articles goes through the 2 fundamentals that the majority of methods stem from. Whilst the more professional betting system advances for their picks from these systems it’s a good starting point to understand the methods.NFL Reviews Week 16
A review of week 16 NFL games. Lead by the New York Jets and the Chicago Bears.Liverpool Football Club
Liverpool Football Club has a long and much told storied history. Dating back to 1892, the Club has had it’s many ups and it’s many downs. Continuing to play at Anfield for all these years, they have developed a loyal fan-base around the globe. From England, where they are still considered to be among the Big Four, to remote places throughout the world, particularly in areas such as Scandinavia and Asia. Fans can be heard form each and every corner chanting the infamous “Y N W A.” Chant. It stands easily for “You’ll Never Walk Alone.” It’s a phrase that has kept fans loyal through the ages, and it is also a phrase that is motivating even off the football pitch. The song originates from an Echo and the Bunny Men hit that was popular in the Merseyside area and regularly played before matches. Once it was no longer played the fans on the famous kop kept the tradition by singing the hit themselves.The Weekend of Football
There was a plethora of exciting NFL games over the weekend. We had the classic Brady vs. Manning matchup that lived up to the hype, big hits with the Eagles and Giants squaring off, and Brett Favre playing in his last meaningful game against his former Packers team. As great as these games were, no NFL game was more telling of the kind of league we have than the Raiders/Steelers game.