NFL: Do or Die for Jake Locker?

At the age of 25, it now seems like it is do or die time for Jake Locker. The young QB out of Washington University was selected with the eigth pick in the More »

Alex Mack brings stabilty to Cleveland Browns offense

As the NFL offseason continues, the one big-name free agent left on the market was Cleveland Browns center Alex Mack. Free to sign an offer sheet with any team he wants, Mack finally found a team willing More »

Seattle Seahawks First Round Draft Options

The Seattle Seahawks won the Super Bowl in convincing fashion. They set the bar for how to put together a championship team. As a result, there are going to more teams that More »

Sammy Watkins in the Line of Fire

Remember the 1993 film entitled, In the Line of Fire starring Clint Eastwood? In this film Eastwood plays the role of a secret-service agent, haunted by events he was powerless to prevent, More »

Simply put, Kiffin’s offense is a hit at ‘Bama

There is a ton of optimism floating out of Tuscaloosa these days concerning the celebrity marriage of Alabama head coach Nick Saban with his new offensive coordinator, Lane Kiffin. When pragmatic Saban announced More »

 

SEC: Potential breakout players

AS HAS BEEN established during this millennium, the Southeastern Conference never rebuilds its cachet of star power. It simply reloads. While the conference’s choke-hold on the national championship relented this past season,

What To Expect From Ryan Tannehill in 2014

The moment the Miami Dolphins selected quarterback Ryan Tannehill with the eight pick of the 2012 NFL Draft, he was instantly placed was expectations of making the team a playoff contender. While that hasn’t happened as

Is it a Make or Break year for the Giants?

The New York Giants seem to be at their semi-annual fork in the road.  A couple of disappointing seasons, in which they missed the playoffs and people are asking the question…yet again. 

Minnesota Vikings, Where Good’s Never Good Enough

The Minnesota Vikings are a team that people kind of push to the side without even knowing it.  Maybe it’s because they play in the same division as two of the NFL’s

NFL: Do or Die for Jake Locker?

At the age of 25, it now seems like it is do or die time for Jake Locker. The young QB out of Washington University was selected with the eigth pick in the

Alex Mack brings stabilty to Cleveland Browns offense

As the NFL offseason continues, the one big-name free agent left on the market was Cleveland Browns center Alex Mack. Free to sign an offer sheet with any team he wants, Mack finally found a team willing

Seattle Seahawks First Round Draft Options

The Seattle Seahawks won the Super Bowl in convincing fashion. They set the bar for how to put together a championship team. As a result, there are going to more teams that

Sammy Watkins in the Line of Fire

Remember the 1993 film entitled, In the Line of Fire starring Clint Eastwood? In this film Eastwood plays the role of a secret-service agent, haunted by events he was powerless to prevent,

Simply put, Kiffin’s offense is a hit at ‘Bama

There is a ton of optimism floating out of Tuscaloosa these days concerning the celebrity marriage of Alabama head coach Nick Saban with his new offensive coordinator, Lane Kiffin. When pragmatic Saban announced

On Media, Moral Obligations and Reporting – Football Fabulosa

Are there moral obligations inherent in reporting that compels the media to report things that teams, players and agents might not like?  This column’s topic is one that I have pondered for