Packers 2010 Schedule and Ticket Outlook
From three prime time games on Sunday night to a showdown with the Bears on Monday night football, the 2010 Packers schedule packs an interesting punch. After returning to the playoffs last year and getting some key players back from injury, there’s a strong feeling the Pack could be in for a memorable season.What Will Michael Vick’s Fate Be in Philadelphia?
The recent shooting case involving Michael Vick has been closed. As it looks right now, he is in the clear. There is a lack of information coming out of the case, and that bodes very well for him. However, it’s still uncertain whether or not Vick is in the clear in Philadelphia.The Benefits of Teamwork on Cougar Football
So how did the Arlington City Champion Cougar Football Team become the Best Youth Football Team in Texas? Hard Work, Dedication, Determination and Creativity all played an important part.Sonny Jurgensen – Hall of Fame Quarterback of the Washington Redskins
Sonny Jurgensen is a former NFL quarterback for the Washington Redskins. He first started with the Philadelphia Eagles as a round 4 pick in the 1957 draft. He played with the Redskins until 1974 and was inducted into the Football Hall of Fame in 1983.Art Monk – Hall of Fame Wide Receiver of the Washington Redskins
When Monk was recruited by the Washington Redskins, he was quite the pick because he set the rookie record of 58 receptions. In 1984, he did a career best of 106 receptions. The record can go on and on with averaging 100 yards or more in five games and catching eight or more passes in six games.Legendary Chargers and Cardinals Head Coach Don Coryell Passes Away
Don Coryell passed away in 2010, and many football fans don’t know of his contributions to the game. Coryell was the head coach of the San Diego State Aztecs football team throughout the 1960’s and into the 1970’s when he was given his first chance as a head coach in the National Football League.Can All Bad Coaching Be Chalked Up to Human Nature in Youth Football?
So many youth football coaches try to reinvent the wheel and end up having disastrous seasons, we see it every year in every youth football league out there. A recent personal experience makes me believe maybe this is just part of human nature. Stay with me on this story, there is a valuable youth football coaching nugget in it at the end.Making Sure Daddy Favoritism Doesn’t Destroy Your Youth Football Team
Daddy favoritism is a common problem and a team killer in youth football. How do you make sure it doesn’t happen to your team?An NFL Fan Down Under – My Super Bowl Story
An NFL Fan in Australia? Want to buy your favourite NFL Team Merchandise? Read on…Coaching Youth Football – Get the Most Out of Your Top Players
A lot of coaches see their superstars and their top players as a guarantee of a league championship or a successful season. Coaches need to be reminded however that the key to a great YOUTH FOOTBALL season lies outside of the W’s. Learn how to get the most out of your top players in this article.The Monster Corner in Youth Football
A lot of times in youth football, the defensive side of the ball is neglected. We suffered this problem my first year coaching youth football. It was an 8th grade team with about 15 kids and at least 5 or 6 real good athletes.