5 Reasons Brett Favre Needs to Stay Retired (And If Not Please Come Here)
The fans of the NFL, and certainly Green Bay, have heard this story before. He is retired, he is not retired, he is retired again. I am surprised John Madden has not died of a heart attack with all this flip flopping – can’t be good on the old man’s ticker. I have read numerous other blogs coming down on both sides of the ledger.Nebraska-Oklahoma 1971 – A Nebraska Football Fan Takes a Look at the Real Game of the Century
I will be describing the 1971 Nebraska-Oklahoma football game as seen through the eyes of a 20 year old die hard Nebraska football fan. I was born in Nebraska and spent my first 10 years there. In that time, my dad, who was a huge Nebraska fan from way back instilled what has lasted to this day a love for Nebraska football.Premier League – And the Point Is?
Sky Sports first live match of the 2008/9 Premier League season will be between Arsenal and newly promoted West Bromwich Albion on Saturday 16th August at the Emirates stadium. Arsenal of course will be amongst the favourites to win the league this season, while only a bleak season can be envisaged for the ‘Baggies’. It is a sad indictment of soccer today when even before the first ball is kicked, everyone one who follows football know who is likely to be on top and who is likely to be at the bottom.5 Steps to Improve Your Football Coaching
Your football coaching skills can be improved in many of ways. Autobiographies of renowned players and managers, dedicated football coaching books, football magazines, and watching football on TV can be beneficial, but for a coach, they are not always convenient methods to explain techniques or tactics when the whole team is trying to watch the screen, or read a book. Online training courses are designed to provide you with the football techniques and coaching skills you need in order to help your players to progress.The 2008 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Training Camp Preview
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Training Camp is just around the corner and tons of questions are surrounding last years NFC South Champions. Will Jeff Garcia show? Will Chris Simms get his release? Who will be the surprising cut of the year?2008 Washington Redskins Draft Report
The Washington Redskins once again are rebuilding themselves for greatness. Will the 2008 draft along with the acquisition of Jason Taylor be enough to see them through? Find out what other holes they filled this spring.Players and Coaches Tired of Dropped Passes? Great Catch – Product Review
Players and coaches, tired of dropped passes? That is the question asked by the makers of Great Catch. Great Catch is football training equipment, targeting receivers, running backs, linebackers and defensive backs, anyone required to catch or intercept the ball.The Continuing Saga – As the Packers & Favre Turn
Last summer we had the shameful saga of Micheal Vick and his dog fighting. This summer we have Brett Favre and the Green Bay Packers saga. Far more entertaining and thank God no cruelty to animals.Football Quarterback Drills For Better Footwork
I am a former NFL quarterback and I want to talk about the Quarterback Training Drills. I know from the emails I have received that there is a lot of interest in Quarterback Training and QB Drills all over America.NFL Preseason Football Handicapping Tips Part 1
Successful wagering during the NFL exhibition season calls for very different tactics than during regular season games or playoffs. Unique conditions are in place, requiring a diverse set of handicapping strategies. In Part 1 of PRO INFO SPORTS NFL Preseason Handicapping Tips, we’ll cover the strongest single predictive element for these practice games – COACHING.The Wembley Superbowl
In the same way as the English Premier Soccer League wish to take their League abroad for the 39th game, the National Football League (NFL) of America is repeating their visit to the Wembley to play an International series game between New Orleans Saints and the San Diego Chargers. The match is due to take place on 26th October and it is understood that matches of this nature will be repeated until at least 2010. The first game last year took place between the eventual ‘Superbowl’ Champions, New York Giants and the Miami Dolphins.