NCAA Football: Alabama’s Win Last Night Was Not Just About the Players, it Was About Coaching as Well. 

January 12, 2016

Nick Saban won his fifth national championship last night as a coach. It was his fourth title in the last seven years at Alabama. Saban has built a dynasty in Tuscaloosa but last night was proof that the dynasty that he has built is not strictly built on talent but coaching as well. Saban and his staff proved last night that they are the best coaches in college football. It’s…

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NCAA Football: Championship Game Preview. 

January 12, 2016

  Storyline: It’s finally here! The national championship game pitting the Clemson Tigers versus the Alabama Crimson Tide. Both revolve around star players on offense but there is more to these two teams than Deshaun Watson and Derrick Henry. They are both diverse offensively and both can make big plays in the passing game. While people will be talking about the offenses, it’s the defenses that will determine who wins…

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Fine! I’ll be That Guy. This Pats Video is not That Funny. (Video)

January 11, 2016

I’ll be that guy. I’ll be the jerk who doesn’t think this video is funny. I find these types of Patriots fans obnoxious. I’ve never thought Fitzy was funny and Jerry Thornton knows about football as I know about knitting. Don’t get me wrong. I give these guys credit. They are unabashed ball washing homers. Good for them. I wonder if they’ll love the Pats the way they do now…

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Idiot of the Day: Donald Trump (2-Time IOTD)

January 11, 2016

Trump is annoying enough as it is and now he’s talking about the NFL. Can’t he stick to one thing? Its bad enough he doesn’t know politics, now he’s talking football. Another topic that he has no idea about. Someone needs to tell this over cooked, rich sack of dog crap to shut his mouth and focus on screwing people over in real estate industry. We dodn’t need him as…

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Doc’s Five Point Perspective: Five Reasons Why the Ryan’s Coaching Together Could be Interesting.

January 11, 2016

1. Two Great Defensive Minds Come Together: The Ryan brothers are the sons of legendary defensive coordinator and former Eagles coach Buddy Ryan. Defensive football is in their blood. They are innovative defensive coaches who can give opposing teams fits. We’ve always wondered what it would be like if the two Ryan boys came together and coached on the same staff again. Well, now we’ll find out. I’m curious to…

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Vikings Fans Reactions to Missed Kick Are Priceless. (Video)

January 11, 2016

To be a Vikings fan #VikingsvsSeahawks @sportspickle pic.twitter.com/8zX0bAaDac — Mike Stuart (@Mr_MStu) January 10, 2016 Every @vikings fan right now pic.twitter.com/JGLBaq0xyT — Danny Anderson (@Dannyranderson) January 10, 2016 and here is Walsh’s acceptance of responsibility. You genuinely have to feel for Vikings fans. Talk about having your heart ripped out. Awful. You also have to feel for Blair Walsh. I know its his job to hit field goals and yes…

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NFL At Large: Doc’s Thoughts on Wild Card Weekend and Other Stuff.

January 11, 2016

Blair Walsh. The new face of “Miss”ery 1.I know most people think that Marvin Lewis should be fired because of what happened on Saturday night but I wouldn’t fire him for that. I would fire him for his 0-7 record in the playoffs. I would cut Vontaze Burfict and Pacman Jones. Those two ass clowns don’t deserve to be on an NFL roster. 2.I’m glad the Texans showed up. Billy…

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NFL At Large: Wild Card Three Key Preview.

January 9, 2016

  It’s Wild Card weekend, the best weekend in the NFL. All four games are intriguing and all four could go either way. Here’s our three key preview for all four games. Kansas City Chiefs (11-5) at Houston Texans (9-7) Three Keys for the Chiefs 1. Pass Pro Will Be the Difference: Getting JJ Watt blocked will be priority number one. The Chiefs will use a variety of protections and…

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NFL At Large: If I Were a Pro Football Hall of Fame Voter, I Would Vote for These Seven Individuals to get Inducted into the Hall.

January 8, 2016

I think we can agree that Brett Favre is a no-brainer first ballot hall of famer. The NFL unveiled its 15 modern era finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame last night. There are three first year eligible nominees, Brett Favre, Terrell Owens and Alan Faneca. If I had a vote, I would vote for the following candidates for induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. 1. Brett…

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