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Chicago Bears Road Warriors

Chicago Bears Road Warriors

The Atlanta Falcons offense looked puzzled and overwhelmed many times during Sunday’s game as the Chicago Bears defense came in hungry, as if Head Coach Mark Trestman had been showing the defensive units highlights from 1985. The Bears “D” limited the Falcons offense to 3.2 yards per carry rushing, and sacked Matt Ryan four times. […]

New England Patriots Are Not Done

New England Patriots Are Not Done

New England has not looked overly dominant this year, but the Patriots showed in their statement of a victory, versus the undefeated Cincinnati Bengals, that the season is not done. The Patriots throttled the Bengals for a win in their home stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts 43-17; a game in which Tom Brady threw for 292 […]

NFL Wants Performers to Pay to Play at Super Bowl Halftime Show

NFL Wants Performers to Pay to Play at Super Bowl Halftime Show

The NFL reportedly wants performers to pay to play at the infamous Super Bowl halftime show. Many celebrities have shared their dislike for the idea, considering the amount of money the National Football League makes. According to reports, the halftime show is commonly used for stars to launch a new tour or album. If it […]

World Cup Bigger Than Olympics and Super Bowl on Facebook

World Cup Bigger Than Olympics and Super Bowl on Facebook

The soccer World Cup is bigger than both the Olympics and the Super Bowl combined when it come to interactions on Facebook. People love having conversations about the various games and some of the controversial referee decisions on the social media site. The most surprising thing about this fact is that the soccer tournament is […]

Minnesota Vikings Have Banner Day: Vikings Vox

Minnesota Vikings Have Banner Day: Vikings Vox

The Minnesota Vikings organization had a banner day yesterday as they signed first round draft pick Teddy Bridgewater, and were awarded Super Bowl LII. Despite the fact that the Timberwolves look to be trading away star forward Kevin Love, it was a great day to be a Minnesota sports fan. The awarding of the Super […]

Minneapolis Wins Bid to Host Super Bowl 2018 in New Stadium

Minneapolis Wins Bid to Host Super Bowl 2018 in New Stadium

The National Football League announced on Tuesday that Minneapolis will host Super Bowl 2018 in its new stadium, currently under construction. The decision was made behind closed doors via a secret ballot after NFL owners listened to officials from Indianapolis, Minneapolis, and New Orleans pitch their facilities and cities as the very best to host […]

Seattle Seahawks First Round Review: NFL Draft Daily [Video]

Seattle Seahawks First Round Review: NFL Draft Daily [Video]

The dynasty of the Seattle Seahawks is set to begin, and the NFL Draft Daily’s review of all 32 NFL teams will be coming to unfortunate close. It’s been a fun run but let’s finish this off with a bang shall we? Seattle slaughtered opponents throughout last season, and completely throttled the Denver Broncos in […]

Denver Broncos First Round Review: NFL Draft Daily [Video]

Denver Broncos First Round Review: NFL Draft Daily [Video]

The Denver Broncos are throwing last year out the window and already getting in shape for the coming year. Peyton Manning took a stare at the schedule and jumped immediately into working out, and the rest of his fellow team have seemed to follow suite. A return to the Super Bowl is on the main […]

Bruno Mars Super Bowl Performance Pays Off (Video)

Bruno Mars Super Bowl Performance Pays Off (Video)

Bruno Mars may have been the youngest performer to headline the Super Bowl halftime show, but he joins the ranks of stars with far more experience who were not paid for the gig. The NFL does not pay for Super Bowl performances. The real pay-off is from the exposure and the rise in music sales. […]

Obamacare, the Budget and the NFL : What Do They Have in Common?

Obamacare, the Budget and the NFL : What Do They Have in Common?

Obamacare was the central topic which lit off another round of third-grade “he said – he said” political gamesmanship.  It was the central topic; it wasn’t the only one.  Also pouring fuel onto the flames was the disagreement about the future of the US deficit. US Deficit Drops to $514 Billion A congressional report stated […]

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