The Redemption of Ray Lewis and What It Should Mean to Men
Ray Lewis is retiring after the Super Bowl this year after an incredible career. A tragic event thirteen years ago almost destroyed him, but he found a way to persevere. I hope other men can find inspiration in his story.2013 NFL Draft Order
The 2013 NFL Draft is just around the corner and the draft order is now available. The Kansas City Chiefs will select first in the upcoming draft finishing the regular season at a dismal 2-14.Messi Vs Ronaldo
It is the question in every football fan’s mind. It is one of the most mind boggling queries of all time. As a matter of fact, it is right up there with, “Is the world coming to an end in 2012?”Chicago Bears Tickets, Team History Overview, Notable Players, and More
Over the years, millions of NFL fans have bought Chicago Bears tickets. The Bears are a professional team that has been around for nearly a century. The franchise was founded in 1919 in Decatur, IL. In just two short years, it moved to Chicago, where it has remained ever since.Is The NFL’s Rooney Rule Really Progress?
As the NFL season comes to an end and hiring season is in full force the NFL has to ask if the Rooney Rule is working? We are not in the post race utopia where everyone is color blind, but we have made progress. It would seem the Rooney rule is insulting to qualified applicants in the hiring pool of the NFL.Getting Exposure to Earn an Athletic Scholarship
You can be the best high school player in the world but if college coaches aren’t aware of you, you won’t get a scholarship offer. This is a brief review of what to do and who to contact in order to optimize your chances of getting a scholarship.Taking Your Youth Football to the Next Level – Year End Coaching/Team Audit
Coaching Youth Football, the Team Audit Many youth football coaches squander their off-season time in areas that in the end won’t do their teams a whole lot of good. Often times coaches will put their time into an area they personally like and not where the team needs the most help. If you really want your youth team to improve in the off-season, the best thing you can do is to improve the coaching in the areas that need the most improvement.The Ravens Will Go Just As Far As Joe Flacco Leads Them
The Baltimore Ravens have always been a team that had built its team around a monstrous defensive mindset. Built behind Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, and Terrell Suggs over the years, all incredible players, and their dominance over the NFL in was frightening to say the least. Lewis with seasons like in 1999 where he had 131 tackles, 3 picks and 3.5 sacks, Reed in 2004, with his 9 ints, 17 PDs, 3 FF, and 64 tackles. But times seem to be shifting in Baltimore these days.January 15th, 2013 NFL Mock Draft
Kansas City Chiefs: OT Luke Joeckel, Texas A & M- Andy Reid saw firsthand last season what happens when there are major problems on your offensive line. Joeckel may be the safest 1st round selection in this year’s draft. He will be an upgrade over Branden Albert (a free agent) and can anchor Kansas City’s offensive line for a decade.How NOT to Beat a Youth Football Team With a Beast at Running Back
How do you stop a youth football team with a man-child at Running Back? What I can tell you is what NOT to do.These Rookies Show That What GMs Do After The 1st Round, Separates The Men From The Boys
The 1st round of the NFL Draft receives much of the media attention, but every successful team finds productive players in the 2nd round and later. Rookies and young players are counted on more than ever in the NFL today. The days of waiting three years for a young player to be eased into the starting lineup are long gone.