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Buffalo Bills 2017 Preview

It’s easy to sympathize with long-suffering fans of the Buffalo Bills who will once again be starting over under a new head coach. Colorful but controversial Rex Ryan was kicked to the curb after a dumpster fire of a season, the low point of which was an incredible 34-31 overtime home loss to the Miami Dolphins who ran roughshod over ...

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Baltimore Ravens 2017 Preview

It seems like an eternity since the Ravens won the Super Bowl after the 2012 season, holding off a then can’t miss youngster named Colin Kaepernick in the final minutes to pull out a 34-31 victory. That game capped off a magical postseason sprinkled with fairy dust that propelled the underdogs to a world championship in linebacker Ray Lewis’s final ...

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Atlanta Falcons 2017 Season Preview

In 2016 the NFL‘s high-flying Atlanta Falcons were an unstoppable offensive force right up until the point where they self-destructed in the Super Bowl. On pro football’s biggest stage, the dirty birds roared out to a seemingly insurmountable 28-3 lead against Tom Brady and the New England Patriots and then coughed it all up to lose in overtime. It will ...

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Arizona Cardinals 2017 Season Preview

There was no joy in the desert last year as the mighty Cardinals struggled through a disappointing season and a 7-8-1 record, missing the playoffs. It was a big step down for a team that had Super Bowl aspirations and had made it all the way to the NFC Championship game the year prior where they were flattened by the ...

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Jobless Quarterback Colin Kaepernick Trashes America on Independence Day

Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s odds of landing an NFL job continue to grow longer by the day. Never before has a marginally talented backup received so much attention as the mediocre militant whose decision to become the sports figurehead for anti-cop, anti-American social justice warriors has made him radioactive to NFL owners. There has been much carping ...

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Fantasy Football Questions: Wide Receivers

With NFL training camps only weeks from opening, it’s never too early to start thinking about fantasy football and to get an important leg up on your competitors. Today I will weigh in on some questions at the wide receiver position. Odell Beckham Jr.: New York Giants The talented but mercurial receiver is a human highlight reel with his acrobatic ...

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Justice Department Drops Case Against Redskins Team Nickname

The left has suffered one more stinging defeat in their efforts to use the power of the state to force the NFL’s Washington Redskins to change their team nickname. The recent Supreme Court ruling in favor of an Asian-American rock band “The Slants” that a federal trademark law discriminating against “offensive” names was unconstitutional meant that there was no ground for ...

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Fantasy Football Questions: Running Backs

With NFL training camps only weeks away from opening, it’s never too early to start thinking about fantasy football and to get an important leg up on your competitors. Today I will weigh in on questions at the running back position. Jamaal Charles: Denver Broncos While the Broncos remain a defensive powerhouse, the offense has been in the outhouse after ...

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Siri Plans to Stop Taking Orders and Start Giving Them

Apple CEO Tim Cook has announced that the company is going to focus on developing self–driving car “systems” instead of the car itself. In an interview with Bloomberg Television, he explained this qualifies as a “MOA” effort as in “The Mother Of All AI” projects. The decision to concentrate on software, rather than both hardware and software is a  for ...

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Raiders Quarterback Derek Carr Rakes in the Dough with Record NFL Deal

Oakland Raiders quarterback Derrick Carr is one happy dude today after he just agreed to what is reported to be the biggest contract in NFL history. Carr led the Raider resurgence last season when he posted MVP caliber stats and had the silver and black on track to go deep into the postseason, perhaps even to the Super Bowl. Then ...

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Washington Redskins Win Big With SCOTUS Ruling Over ‘Offensive’ Names

The Supreme Court dealt a crushing blow to the culture warriors on the left on Monday and the drive to bully sports teams into changing their names. In an 8-0 score, the SCOTUS ruled in favor of an Asian-American rock band that was denied a trademark because its name was deemed to be racially offensive. While members of “The Slants” ...

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It’s Never Too Early to Start Scheming Your Fantasy Football Draft

With just over a month to go until the opening of NFL training camps it’s time to start thinking about football again. We are currently in the dead zone of professional sports. The NHL and NBA just wrapped up their years and handed out the trophies and it’s still early in the baseball season. Otherwise there is golf, tennis, NASCAR ...

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NFL End Zones Now Sponsored by Jackass

Sophistication functionaries all across the nation are in a tizzy. President Trump’s budget calls for the elimination of the National Endowment for the Arts, which is a festering legacy of the Johnson administration, but the NFL may be able to comfort them. From the program’s beginning in 1965 until 2015 bureaucrats at the NEA made 140,000 grants totaling over $5 ...

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Cleveland Browns Top Draft Pick is Already Injured

The Cleveland Browns just can’t catch a break. The long-suffering NFL franchise seemed to finally be working to right the ship after years spent rudderless and lost in the purgatory of last place finishes. Much-maligned quarterback Brock Osweiler – an offseason acquisition via trade – has been impressing the coaching staff and may be able to stabilize a position that ...

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