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New York Jets 2017 Preview

The New York Jets have faced accusations that a flurry of recent moves to dump players are a sign that they are tanking the upcoming season for a draft pick. Perhaps such accusations would have some real credence if the truth wasn’t that the Jets just plain and simple, suck out loud! Last year’s 5-11 record was a minor miracle, ...

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2017 New York Giants Preview

There was probably no team more overjoyed to hear that Dallas Cowboys star running back Ezekiel Elliott was hit with a six-game suspension by the NFL. The Giants finished with an 11-5 record in 2016 but that was only good for a wild card playoff and a road game in Green Bay that ended badly. The reason is that the ...

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ESPN Forced to Apologize After ‘Slave Auction’ Fantasy Football Draft

Cable sports and liberal politics giant ESPN has found that advocating for Colin Kaepernick and promoting far-left political causes doesn’t necessarily immunize them from being attacked by the legions of Confederate statue topplers and anarchists who have been enabled by the media. The network had to apologize, grovel and beg for forgiveness after it was condemned over a segment promoting the ...

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New Orleans Saints 2017 Preview

The New Orleans Saints are currently mired in mediocrity and there may be no way out during the waning years of the prolific career of quarterback Drew Brees, a certain first ballot Hall of Famer. The Saints haven’t made the playoffs since 2013, finishing the last three years with identical 7-9 records, the very definition of mediocre. The problem is ...

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NFL Coach Believes that EVERYONE Should Stand for the National Anthem

With comments that are certain to enrage the militant defenders of former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, a Super Bowl winning coach has made a stunning admission. Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll acknowledged during an interview that while he understood that some players may have issues with expressing support to the country by standing up during the playing of the ...

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New England Patriots 2017 Preview

Considering that the AFC is full of flawed contenders, it doesn’t take much of a prognosticator to see the New England Patriots juggernaut flattening all comers on the way to defending their Super Bowl crown as undisputed rulers of the NFL. There are only two possible conference threats to the Patriot reign. The Oakland Raiders are rising but are still ...

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Minnesota Vikings 2017 Preview

Optimism was running high in the Twin Cities last year after the Minnesota Vikings roared out to a 5-0 start. Unfortunately, the men in purple went on to lose 8 of their next 11 games to miss the NFL playoffs one season after ending a three-year postseason drought. 2016 was a strange season for the Vikings. Third-year quarterback Teddy Bridgewater ...

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Miami Dolphins 2017 Preview

The Miami Dolphins exceeded expectations in 2016 by making the NFL playoffs for the first time in eight years and were hoping to take another step forward this year. The wild card berth is about the best that any team in the AFC East can hope for given the New England Patriots dynasty’s nearly two-decade run of divisional dominance. Then ...

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New Raider Marshawn Lynch Sits on His Ass During National Anthem

With the NFL being rid of the America hating, anti-cop militant Colin Kaepernick after his seasonlong practice of kneeling during the national anthem, the league may now be saddled with another problem child. Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch aka Beast Mode didn’t kneel for the national anthem during Saturday’s preseason opener. He sat on his ASS. The former Seattle ...

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Los Angeles Rams 2017 Preview

Last year the Rams returned to Los Angeles, the city from which they moved in 1995 to greener pastures in St. Louis. Their homecoming was bittersweet though. Fans once again had a team, but the one that they now have isn’t much to cheer about. In what looks to be more of a marketing move than a well thought out ...

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Dallas Cowboys Dealt Big Blow as Stud Running Back Suspended

Everything was breaking right for the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys. The team was coming off of an impressive 13-3 season and were it not for a miraculous Aaron Rodgers pass in the playoffs, may have made it all the way to the Super Bowl. The team’s success was driven by two stud rookies. Quarterback Dak Prescott played like a seasoned vet ...

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The Mike Glennon Era Gets Off to a Horrible Start in Chicago

The decision of the Chicago Bears to spend $45 million on former Tampa Bay Buccaneers backup quarterback Mike Glennon in free agency is already looking like a disaster. Granted that it is early, but Glennon’s abysmal performance in Thursday night’s NFL preseason opener was a stinker and that’s being kind. The ginger giraffe’s second pass of the night was intercepted ...

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Los Angeles Chargers 2017 Preview

The NFL’s San Diego franchise has left their home of 55 years to move north due to contentious issues over getting a new stadium. In a way, it is a homecoming for the Los Angeles Chargers who played their initial season in the old AFL in the City of Angels. Look for 2017 to be a tumultuous year as the ...

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