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Donovan McNabb

The Tennessee Titans’ Jeff Fisher jumped out of an airplane to join the team at practice last week. He was trying to keep it loose for a team that was undefeated at the time. As we now know, it didn’t work. Tennessee lost to the New York Jets, 34-13. While the Titans are winners for 2008, which teams are in vital need for some tricks to pump up their flailing seasons?

Click to continue reading Daredevil Plans for Eagles, Browns, and Lions


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Brett Favre

Sorry, Tennessee Titans, but the undefeated dream season is over as the New York Jets (8-3) shattered the dream with a 34-13 victory over the previously unbeaten Titans (10-1).  However, not going undefeated might be a good thing, especially when considering the New England Patriots’ unfortunate fate last season as they lost to the New York Giants in the Super Bowl for the Pats’ first loss.  With the win, the Jets are proving that they will be a force to reckon with if they make it into the NFL playoffs, after beating the Titans this week and AFC East division rival Patriots the previous week. 

Brett Favre had an efficient game and proved to still have “it” - the ability to pick apart a defense and lead his team to victory.  Favre finished the game going 25-for-32, accumulating 224 passing yards, throwing for two touchdowns and one interception.  Backup running back Leon Washington ran for two scores, gaining 82 yards on eight carries, including a 61-yard TD run.  The Titans dangerous running game with rookie Chris Johnson and LenDale White rushed for only 45 yards on the ground, partly because the Titans were trailing and needed to throw the ball.  NFL Comeback Player of the Year candidate Kerry Collins tried to bring the Titans back, but couldn’t, finishing with 243 yards on 21-of-39 passing, and one TD.

The Titans try to get back on the winning track as they head to Motown, visiting the Detroit Lions.  The Jets try to continue their winning ways as they host the Denver Broncos next week.

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Matt Forte

While everyone will be tuned into the New York Jets-Tennessee Titans game to see if Brett Favre & Company can knock off Tennessee, the Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings will be slugging it out for top honors in the NFC North. Coming off an humiliating 37-3 trouncing to the Packers, the Bears will travel to the Gateway to the West to take on the woeful St. Louis Rams. Did someone say “massacre in the making”? You betcha. running back Matt Forte will decimate the Rams defense and Kyle Orton will shower the St. Louis secondary with an aerial bombardment. Bears by 14.

Click to continue reading NFC North Week 12 Predictions


EliManning

We just elected a new president and it has reinvigorated the country.  Since President-elect Barack Obama’s honeymoon period is in full swing, let’s look forward in a positive manner. Let’s visualize all the good that the future holds for the NFL.

Click to continue reading Post-Election Vibes: Giants, and Even the Lions, Are Big Winners


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Sometimes the NFL is called the “No Fun League” because of its conservative leadership. However, there was so much going on this past weekend that it was a fan’s delight - it’s great fun!  And the Minnesota Vikings’ Adrian Peterson leads the charge in the “National FUN League.”

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Troy Polamalu

In honor of Dennis Green’s infamous 2006 press conference following his Arizona Cardinals’ meltdown loss to the Chicago Bears, I give you the “They Were Who We Thought They Were (TWWWTTW)” edition of this week’s NFL Review.

Click to continue reading Denny Green Special: Giants Look Strong, Titans and Steelers Keep Winning


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Eli Manning

Did you catch your Super Bowl preview on Sunday? Giants have to be the prohibitive favorites in the NFC. The AFC may be up for grabs, but I still think you’ll see the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLII. Meanwhile, the Bay Area teams and some Hall-of-Famers provide plenty of notable news.

Click to continue reading NFL’s Big Hits: New York Giants, Mike Singletary, Joe Namath


Brett Favre

We’ve made it through seven weeks of the NFL 2008 season. Is it shaping up as anyone’s game or should we already place the New York Giants and the Pittsburgh Steelers in the Super Bowl? They’ve got the experience; they’ve got the pedigree. Let’s forget the front-runners for a second. What are the burning questions underneath the leaders?

Click to continue reading NFL Questions and Answers: Titans, Raiders, 49ers and Monday Night Football


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