Tag Archive: NFL

Oct 20

Jeff Pearlman: The Triumphant Return of Ski Cap McFuck ?

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About a month ago, shortly after we moved out here to California, I wrote of Ski Cap McFuck, the asswipe from my gym. Well, tonight he returned. I know … I know—it’s generally not OK to photograph folks at the gym. I get it. I get it. But the world is filled with exceptions, and …

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Oct 13

The Sports Bank.net: Geno Smith: Jets could be his first, and last NFL gig

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Geno Smith is just not very good at playing professional football. Yesterday he averaged just 4.4 yards per attempt today as the New York Jets fell to 1-5 on the season. With his 4-6 TD to INT ratio on the season and passer rating of only 69.3, he is not progressing at all. Since being …

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Oct 11

The Landry Hat: Shhh…Cowboys Fans: 12th Man Rising Reveals Seahawks’ Biggest Weakness

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One of the great things about working at The Landry Hat, and the FanSided Sports Network, is our access to different experts and writers. Since our network has a site for every NFL team, I’d thought I’d get an insider’s take on the upcoming Dallas Cowboys vs. Seattle Seahawks game from “behind enemy lines”. Therefore, …

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Oct 10

Brady joins exclusive club as Patriots bounce back

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  The critics began to write Tom Brady off following the Patriots 41-14 loss to Kansas City a week ago on Monday Night Football. All week, the doubters were out to begin writing the obituary on the future Hall of Fame quarterback. Brady had other ideas. He came up trumps; becoming just the sixth player …

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Oct 04

Member Spotlight — Jerry

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*Jerry, thank you so very much! This spotlight was an absolute joy to do… I appreciate your in-depth answers. You made things easy for me! Oh…and, Twitter? I somehow have trouble believing that your comments fall w/in their limits…. 1. How long have you been a Browns fan?   http://forums.sportsjabber.net/sjforums/showthread.php?p=549800#post549800

Sep 30

The Landry Hat: New Orleans Saints vs. Dallas Cowboys – Game Balls

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Usually this weekly Tuesday article is entitled “Game Balls and Close Calls,” since it’s a very*rare occasion*that the Dallas Cowboys are involved in a nail biting experience. *In fact, of the now sixty games that head coach Jason Garrett has presided over this team, thirty-eight of them have ended within a seven point spread. *It’s …

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Sep 24

The Sports Bank.net: ESPN suspends Bill Simmons, due to his Goodell thrashing

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Due to his verbal thrashing of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Bill Simmons has been suspended by ESPN. First, here’s what Simmons said on his podcast on Monday that landed him in trouble: “Goodell, if he didn’t know what was on that tape, he’s a liar,” “I’m just saying it. He is lying.* I think that …

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Sep 21

The Sports Bank.net: Troy Aikman calls out Roger Goodell for his PR spin

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Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback and lead NFL on FOX game analyst Troy Aikman gave an excellent take on NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s Friday press conference. The presser was mostly panned by the media, most NFL fans and even a few NFL players. That criticism is well deserved; as Goodell did nothing to convey …

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Sep 18

2014 NFL SWAMI – Week Three

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While this is a competition, remember to keep it fun for all playing. For those of you new to Swami, a little background, to the seasoned vets get your Swami game faces on. 1. Picks MUST be in BEFORE kickoff of the first Sunday Game. Since the NFL is playing games on EVERY Thursday Night, …

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Sep 17

Silence on Peterson could hurt Commissioner more than Rice case

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As the Vikings tripped and skipped and clumsily changed course while trying to process the post-Rice reality of the NFL with the desire to get something in return for the millions to be paid to a face-of-the-franchise player, the league office had nothing to say publicly. Well, not nothing.  The league office said over the …

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