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Football Failures (UPDATE)

First, a quick terminology lesson: Football is a sport played all over the world, though in the USA, the game is quite different. I don’t like it when people use the derogatory term ‘handegg’ to talk about my beloved NFL … Continue reading

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Ode to Joe

Joe. He is the least conspicuous: Joe Schmo, Joe Sixpack et. al.; he is legendary: Joltin’ Joe, Mean Joe, or just Joe; if you are a Yankee fan, he is your manager: Joe Torre, Joe Girardi…..he is Joe. The name Joe … Continue reading

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The Fine Line

Good morning/afternoon/evening, it’s good to see you again. I’m sorry I’ve been so absent; I hope we aren’t apart for so long next time. Anyway, I saw a news story that broke over the course of Sunday/Monday, regarding Kansas City … Continue reading

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Sunday Power Rankings

Today is Monday, and it’s time for the Week 3 (and first ever) Sunday Power Rankings. Rankings are a mixture of what was the best product coming out of this week, and what games have an impact on the future.

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The Nurturing of Cam Newton

This is an image of this week’s most effective QB, Cam Newton. He is also the second most inexperienced QB of the week, since Andy Dalton didn’t finish off the Bengals’ win in Cleveland, but that doesn’t mean he isn’t … Continue reading

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NFL Week 1 Recap

With the first, emotional, exciting and anticipated week of the NFL in the books, we can reflect on the events leading up to it, under the scope of sports and social history. American sports fans were at the mercy of … Continue reading

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