What Should The Steelers Do?

January 10, 2019 0

Another offseason in Pittsburgh, and nothing has changed- drama, and plenty of it. Last season it was, “will Le’Veon Bell come back?” The season before that it was, “is Big Ben retiring?” Now the drama […]

NFL Playoffs: NFC Divisional Games

January 9, 2019 0

Wildcard weekend did NOTHING to let us down or have our display of passion we have for football die. The NFC games had it all nail bitters, clutch performances, and heartbreak. You survive and advance to […]

NFL Playoffs: AFC Wildcard Weekend

January 3, 2019 0

By: Joe Cardoso The AFC has been the New England Patriots and then everyone else after and the road to a Super Bowl always goes through them. Well someone forgot to tell Patrick Mahomes and […]

NFL Playoffs: NFC Wildcard Weekend

January 2, 2019 0

By: Joe Cardoso Now that we are done stuffing our faces with Turkey, ham and every sweet treat under the sun the NFL Playoffs are ready to begin. Wildcard weekend is fun for a many […]

2018 NFL Wrap Up

January 1, 2019 0

By: Allan Erickson As we ring in 2019, we take a look back at some of the best NFL moments from this season- I’ll give you the biggest disappointments, the biggest surprises, pick an MVP, […]

Football Is Easy With Eyes Closed

December 31, 2018 0

By:  Brianne Dempsey It’s kind of fitting that the NFL’s “Black Monday” is falling on New Year’s Eve. As of the time I’m writing this article, there are currently eight head coaching vacancies going into […]

NFL 2018: Los Angeles Chargers

December 17, 2018 0

Real fans talking NFL Football For the first time since 1985, two NFL teams from the City of Los Angeles are in the playoffs and – deservedly so, West Coast fans are very happy. “I […]

The Great Change via NFLonFOX

December 15, 2018 0

Briefly ignoring all of the recent turbulence in the league which is making news, it should be noted that a new way to watch NFL football was established years ago. Fox out maneuvered the other […]

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