The Best Virginia Tech Football Out-Of-Conference and ACC Games on the Schedule
The Virginia Tech football team for 2010 has gotten off to a horrible start, with losses to two non-BCS conference teams. They first lost on Labor Day to Boise State in a thriller at FedEx Field in Landover, MD, and followed that up by laying an egg in their home opener against James Madison University (a Division I-AA or FCS school) at home. Obviously the Hokies were not all there in their second game especially given the short week. However there remain some great games on the schedule both in the conference and even outside the conference.Little Known Facts About Hall Of Fame Football Players And The NFL Draft
It takes a great college football career for a football player career to end up being drafted highly in the NFL Draft. It takes a great pro football career to end up in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. This article takes a look at players who have made it into the Hall of Fame and the circumstances surrounding their entry to the league through the NFL Draft.Week 1 of NFL Monday Night Football Predictions – Ravens at Jets
While the Jets were busy flexing for the HBO cameras on Hard Knocks, the Ravens made offseason acquisitions that have the experts talking “Superbowl”. But with Darrelle Revis back on his island, Rex Ryan will love nothing more than to open the season with a win over his former team on Monday Night Football.New York Giants 2010 Preview
The New York Giants are entering the 2010 season a bit under the radar, and they don’t mind the lack of attention at all. After winning the Super Bowl following the 2007 season, it’s been a bit of an up and down struggle for the club since. However, the team believes they are healthy and ready to go on both sides of the ball.College Football – 2010 Belongs to Auburn
If you’re an Auburn football fan who’s waiting for the Tigers, War Eagles, Plainsmen, or whatever you like call them to return to bowl brilliance, 2010 could be the year. With 12 starters returning; 8 of the team’s 12 games being played at home; and the two-year Malzahn program finally feeling familiar, football gurus have the Tigers slated for a breakout year.The Crimson Tide – Get Ready to Leave the Competition in a Pool of Crimson
If you’re an Auburn football fan, you’re probably already planning the beer selection for your pre-game parties, because, yeah, the Tigers seem to have a firm hold on the SEC. Notice that I said, “seem”. That’s because Alabama’s Crimson Tide is poised to make Auburn look like it deserves its academic rep more than its football rep. Don’t think so?Values of the Best Football Cards
The best football cards are those that have been graded by the PSA experts and are thus authentic. They are ranked according to various parameters decided by the experts and are excellent collectible items for the sports lovers.Five Things You May Not Know About San Diego Chargers Quarterback Philip Rivers
Philip Rivers is one of the better quarterbacks in the National Football League and he is still young too. Chargers fans love the idea of seeing him in a San Diego uniform for a long time to come. He is high on talent and attitude too. Here is a look at five things you may not know about this great Chargers player.Who Did Raiders Great Jim Plunkett Throw The Most Touchdown Passes To?
Jim Plunkett was extremely successful in the NFL… once he came to the Raiders that is. He earlier played with both the New England Patriots and the San Francisco 49ers. During his career, who was his favorite receiver?Five Things You May Not Know About San Francisco 49ers Great John Brodie
John Brodie is a legend in San Francisco. He was one of the first truly great quarterbacks that the 49ers ever had. He performed well for the team for a number of years and is still thought of highly by fans and residents of the city. Here is a look at five things that you may not know about this great player.Get Off Favre’s Back
It’s amazing to me how upset fans and members of the Sports Media are about Brett Favre’s last three off-seasons. They’re mad at him for being indecisive about his future. They go crazy over how he seems to monopolize the attention of the entire sports world at all times. And they just lose their minds over the fact the Favre hasn’t shown up to play until the end of training camp during the last two summers. This last complaint does have some validity – if you’re viewing the NFL as just a sport. But if you’re viewing it as a business, which it is, and the players as employees, which they are, it would be hard to fault Favre for not wanting to come to training camp in his situation.