Arizona Cardinals Face Decisive Games
The Arizona Cardinals had a very odd 08′ season. The Cardinals barely made the playoffs and many said they were the worst team to make the playoffs in a very, very long time. Once the playoffs started the Cardinals were an entirely different team – they certainly proved that an NFL team does not have to play well at the end of the regular season to do well in the playoffs.Is This the Year For McNabb and Reid?
I have been a true Philadelphia Eagles fan every since I was a little kid watching Randall Cunningham run, throw, and even punt the ball in order to help the team win. At the time I lived in Watertown, NY and Syracuse was my favorite college team.Why Michael Vick Should Not Start Sunday
Sunday is the first regular season game that Michael Vick will be allowed to play and we will finally get to see him on the field. However, he will not be the starting quarterback. I’m sure we’ve all heard about his interview and how he expected to return to the NFL and be a starter. This was not specific to the situation he is in now though.The Brown’s Disaster
The Cleveland Browns have always been bottom dwellers. Fingers have been pointed at coach’s and players alike, but maybe it’s time to point at the organization as a whole.Interview With Sports Illustrated’s Ben Reiter
This past Wednesday Sports Illustrated released their annual NFL previews for all 32 teams. The Browns preview, authored by Ben Reiter provides a nice look into the Mangini run Browns and how the players are reacting to the drastic change in coaching style. I had the pleasure of speaking with Ben yesterday concerning his thoughts on the Browns training camp and outlook for the 2009 season.Awful Start Aside, The ’09 Browns Are Not Yet Defined
In the wake of the second game and subsequently the second loss of the Browns season, I wanted to take a moment to lay out some of my observations and concerns. Contrary to popular opinion, I believe this team is not that far away from competing.Houston Texans Continue Inconsistent Play in 2009
The Houston Texans were the trendy pick at the start of the 09′ season. The Houston Texans never had expectations this high before in the franchises 7 year history. While the Indianapolis Colts still own the AFC South division, the Texans are looking for a wild card birth and make the playoffs for the first time ever.Eagles Shine Against the Chiefs
The Eagles needed to go out Sunday and get an impressive win, and that is what they did. They looked good on both sides of the ball and Kevin Kolb was able to lead the team to a win. In doing so, Kolb became the first quarterback in NFL history to throw for over 300 yards his first two games.Chiefs Impact Players Banged Up
We all know that the Eagles have had their fair share of injuries this year and it is getting to be quite annoying. However, it seems as though the Chiefs have some injuries to some key players as well. Looking at yesterdays injury report LB Derrick Johnson, QB Matt Cassel, and WR Dwayne Bowe were all listed as limited participants in practice.Indianapolis Colts Are Team to Beat in AFC
The Indianapolis Colts 2009 season started off with a close win against the Jacksonville Jaguars and a remarkable win on Monday Night Football against the Miami Dolphins. Having the football on offense for less the 15 minutes and still winning just shows you have talented on offense the Colts can be. Peyton Manning is completing nearly 70% of his pass attempts and will certainly make another run at the league MVP again this season.Cleveland Browns Continue to Struggle in 2009
The Cleveland Browns are one of the oldest football franchises playing today, circa 1946. The Browns haven’t had much to cheer about in 2008 and 09′ isn’t much better. The Browns are one of the worse statistical teams in the NFL in every major category, offense and defense.