Category Archive: NFL

Jul 22

The Sports Bank.net: Latest updates on the Baltimore Ravens

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The Baltimore Ravens rode Joe Flacco’s big arm and a strong defense led by the retiring and inspiring Ray Lewis to a magical Super Bowl victory over the San Francisco 49ers. That was the 2012-2013 season. The 2013-2014 season was much different. Gone were future Hall-of-Famers Lewis and Ed Reed. Also gone was Flacco’s favorite …

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Jul 18

The Landry Hat: Is There Enough Talent In Dallas To Make A Super Bowl Run?

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The one thing the Dallas Cowboys haven’t lacked in recent years is talent. Top-tier players have littered the roster for a while now, but things have not come together to get them anywhere beyond an 8-8, mediocre record… at least not for the last three years. So as some claim doom and gloom of […] …

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Jul 18

Member Spotlight of the Month — Anthony

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*I told Anthony as we started that, since I really do not know him well, in spite of posting w/ him for quite some time, that we would start on the premise that I knew nothing at all. I was pleasantly surprised to find that he and I have a lot in common…including our favorite …

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Jul 14

Jeff Pearlman: Women in sports media: intelligence and talent lose out—yet again

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A true professional. Just learned from this Richard Deitsch piece that Pam Oliver, the excellent, intelligent, informed Fox Sports NFL stalwart, will no longer serve as the network’s top sideline reporter. She has been replaced by Erin Andrews. Glub. Anyone who has worked in sports media long enough knows what this is. And it sucks. …

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Jul 12

The Sports Bank.net: Cleveland Browns Training Camp, Season Preview

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With the NFL, there’s always a demand for discussion. In America, the NFL slaughters everything, while all other leagues are merely a niche sport. Even*college football, which clearly comes in second, is a very distant second. Anyway, let’s get this party started. We continue the never too early season preview series with the Cleveland Browns. …

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Jul 08

BTB: BTB Mailbag: Is Parity Bad For The NFL?

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Once again, we dip into the BTB Mailbag to answer one of our readers’ questions. Today, we address the question of parity in the NFL, looking to other, less parity-driven leagues for answers. From Dave Silliman: “Do you think the outspoken, win-by-all-means fans will undermine or halt the positive progress this team is undergoing? The …

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Jul 05

The Sports Bank.net: Tampa Bay Buccaneers Season Preview: never too early

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With the NFL, there’s always a demand for discussion, even in June. You’ll notice I never complain about page views for content surrounding any NFL team. Teams in all the other leagues, yes I do whine about that. But in America the NFL slaughters everything, with*college football*a distant number two. And all other sports fall …

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Jul 04

Fantasy Football Overdose: Detroit Lions 2014 Fantasy Football Breakdown

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The Detroit Lions were once again friendly to Fantasy Football owners in 2013, as the addition of star running back Reggie Bush further opened up the offense and made the Lions one of the more dynamic and explosive offenses in the NFL. That naturally translated to the fantasy scene, as Bush busted out with a …

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Jul 04

Fantasy Football Overdose: Tennessee Titans 2014 Fantasy Football Outlooks

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The 2014 fantasy football season is projected to be one full of surprises. Lots of talented youngsters entered the NFL through the draft and deserve the attention of fantasy team owners. For all you Tennessee Titans fans looking to incorporate your hometown team into your fantasy team, it could be a brighter year in 2014 …

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Jun 28

The Sports Bank.net: San Diego Chargers season preview: never too early

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With the NFL, there’s always a demand for discussion, even in June. You’ll notice I never complain about page views for content surrounding any NFL team. Teams in all the other leagues, yes. But in America the NFL slaughters everything, with college football a distant number two. And all other sports fall into rank an …

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