NFL 2017 Season Predictions

July 31, 2017 0

By Allan Erickson Welcome all-the moment we’ve all been waiting for is finally here- Football season! For this post, I will predict division champions, as well as wildcard spots in the NFC and AFC, and […]

2017 NFC North Preview and Prediction

July 29, 2017 2

Even though I live on the East Coast, the NFC North is usually one of my favorite divisions in the NFL to talk about. This is a division that has been dominated by certain teams […]

Patriots Open Training Camp

July 27, 2017 0

So it’s that time of year again the 2017 NFL Season is right around the corner with the start of training camp today. For Patriots Training Camp it’s different not only is it open for […]

2018- The Year the NFL Goes Year-Round

July 14, 2017 0

  By: Allan Erickson Hello to all, hope you’re well. I’d like to take this time to propose something to make every American happier in 2018. How does a year-round NFL schedule sound? Wonderful? I […]

NFL 2017 Pressure Busts Pipes 2.0

July 12, 2017 0

  By: Joe Cardoso As we all take peek at the calendar and see the NFL season is fast approaching. Emails for our favorite fantasy leagues are coming and if you are like me you […]

2017 Washington DC Hall of Fame Inductees

July 11, 2017 0

On Sunday, the Washington DC Sports Hall of Fame added 9 new members. The new members were honored before the Washington Nationals-Atlanta Braves games. The inductees are as followed: Juan Dixon – member of the […]

Top 7 NFL QB’s for 2017

June 7, 2017 0

Most broadcasters or sports writers take time off or their vacations in late June and July. The reasoning is simple, it is the slow time in sports. My motto is simple, grinders succeed so this […]

Colin Kaepernick: Can I Play?

May 24, 2017 0

  By: Joe Cardoso The NFL is making money hand over fist, and the players are reaping the benefits of this glorious time. No matter how the game changes, the most important and most popular […]

Blue Light Special: Cater Henderson

April 27, 2017 0

By: William Carroll As a walk-on at Penn State, Cater Henderson saw the “ant’s eye view” of the world of college football. A coaching change and the lure of playing time drew him to Duquesne. […]

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