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The Punishment Handed Out to the Giants is Further Proof That the NFL is a League of Double Standards

The Not Fair League strikes again with another senseless punishment. The NFL once again proved on Monday that there is a double standard when it comes to punishing teams for violating league rules. The league announced that it fined Giants coach Ben McAdoo $50,000 dollars for using a walkie-talkie during the second half of the Giants, Cowboys game last weekend. The organization was also fined $150,000 for knowingly allowing the…


NCAA Football: 2016 Boca Raton Bowl Preview

Memphis +5 v. Western Kentucky in the Boca Raton Bowl: I know Western Kentucky is dealing with the loss of head coach Jeff Brohm to Purdue, but the Hilltoppers are going to be fine. Most of Brohm’s staff has stayed behind so the systems will be the same on both sides of the ball and the team will be ready to play. Memphis has enough firepower to hang with the…


Leonard Fournette and Christian McCaffery Are Selfish and Setting a Bad Precedent

By skipping out on their teams bowl games, running backs Leonard Fournette and Christian McCaffery are selfish and setting a bad precedent that will negatively affect college football now and in the future.  Am I the only person in America who thinks that Leonard Fournette and Chrisitian McCaffery skipping their college bowl games is a selfish move? Don’t get me wrong. I understand that Fournette and McCaffery want to start…


NCAA Football: 2016 Miami Beach Bowl Preview

The Miami Beach Bowl is known for offense and this year’s game should be no different with the high flying Tulsa Golden Hurricane playing in it.  Central Michigan v. Tulsa -11, in the Miami Beach Bowl: This will be a high scoring affair. Both offenses can score, especially Tulsa. The Golden Hurricanes rank 10th in the country in total offense averaging 41.4 points per game. Conversely, Central Michigan is 77th…


Patriots Pulse Recap: Patriots 16 Broncos 3

Game Rewind: Led by a dominate defense, Tom Brady and the Patriots beat the Broncos 16-3 and in the process won their eighth straight AFC East title. Here are five thoughts on the game. 1. Dominant Defensive Effort: The Patriots absolutely dominated the Broncos offense. Yeah, I know Denver’s offense is putrid but it doesn’t matter. The Patriots got consistent pressure on Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian and they never allowed…


Patriots Pulse Preview: New England Patriots (11-2) at Denver Broncos (8-5)

Storyline: The Patriots travel to Denver to battle the Broncos. The Mile High City has been a house of horrors for Tom Brady and the Patriots. Brady has a career 2-7 record in Denver. The last time the Patriots won in Denver was the end of the 2011 season.  Here are five keys for the Patriots in this game. 1. All LeGarrette, All the Time: The Broncos are 29th in…


NFL At Large: Week 15 Preview and Predictions

It’s Week 15 in the NFL and the playoff picture is starting to get clearer. Here is our preview and predictions. 12/18 1:00 ET Pittsburgh -3 At Cincinnati 44.5: The Steelers have played well in Cincinnati through the years. I expect more of the same this week.  Cincinnati is not going to make the playoffs and while they’ll play the Steelers tough, they can’t beat them. Pittsburgh as a 3…


Sorry Folks. Nick Saban Doesn’t Care What You Think About the Steve Sarkisian Hire

Alabama announced the hiring of Steve Sarkisian as offensive coordinator yesterday.  Nick Saban promoted volunteer offensive assistant Steve Sarkisian to offensive coordinator yesterday. The former Washington and USC head coach will be replacing his good friend Lane Kiffin who is leaving Alabama to take the head coaching job at Florida Atlantic. There will be plenty of criticism regarding this hiring. Sarkisian’s issues with alcohol at USC are well documented but…