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NFC North’s Last Stand

NFC North’s Last Stand

The Green Bay Packers went down in a blaze of glory and did two things before they exited the NFL in 2015. The first thing Green Bay did was exploit an Arizona Cardinals Offense that looked extremely shaky at best in scoring just 20 points in regulation. In addition they proved that Aaron Rodgers is by far and away the […]

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Wild Weekend

Wild Weekend

In this weekend’s Wild Card games we had two that were complete blowouts that don’t need to be discussed, and two that were absolutely cringe worthy if you’re a fan of either the Bengals or the Vikings. In quickly speaking about the Chiefs and Packers wins, the Chiefs dominated the Texans and the game was over roughly 11 seconds in […]

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Wild Card Preview: Seattle at Minnesota

Wild Card Preview: Seattle at Minnesota

This weekend’s biggest matchup is up at TCF Bank Stadium where the Vikings have been playing all season waiting for their new home to be built. It’s home to the Golden Gophers but it has been good to the Vikings for the interim as they posted a 6-2 record there in 2015. One of their two home losses came at […]

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Divisional Weekend

Divisional Weekend

Before the season began many people had the Bears hosting a game this weekend coming off a bye like they did in 2010. Unfortunately things didn’t work out as planned, but nevertheless this weekend is widely regarded as the best weekend in sports, and with the new college football playoff championship happening on Monday night, it’s turning into a three […]

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Wilder Weekend Sought!

Wilder Weekend Sought!

The four Wild Card games this weekend were far from wild, and because of this the thought that the NFL has bottomed out as a league is starting to become apparent. Out of the four games that were played in less than a 24-hour span, only one game was decided by less than a touchdown. The regular season in the […]

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Fantastic Football

Fantastic Football

The culmination of a fabulous football weekend happened with the BCS National Championship in the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA. Dating all the way back to Friday Night, the quality of football in both the collegiate and professional level ranks as some the best I’ve seen. The Cotton Bowl and Orange Bowl were going at the same time on Friday […]

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4th and Left Out!

4th and Left Out!

It was a cold day by the lake. Aaron Rodgers returned after seven weeks off from a shoulder separation to do his patented belt move with 38 seconds remaining to end the Bears’ season. I should end this report here and move on to thinking about the Hawks, who are used to succeeding in frigid conditions. But…. The Packers converted […]

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Will look to cement himself as the dominant player to watch for next year

Bowl Season Starts and The Truth Nears

As I watch a bunch of Mid-Majors do battle before Christmas with some bigger conferences next week before New Years. I see Christmas presents come in from all over the country to my bungalow in a back alley in Chicago (Bills and pictures of Ex-GF’s with their much better significant others). I myself scarily see the truth coming that will […]

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Defensive Captain has to lead the way this Postseason

Peppers Prominence Presumedly on Playoffs

Julius Peppers signed with the Bears in the spring of 2010 to a lucrative contract that made him the highest paid defensive player in the NFL. With his promising athleticism, freak-of-nature speed and size, Peppers was given $20 million right off the bat. But in his first season with Chicago he produced a mere 8 sacks, well below double-digit expectations. […]

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NFC North Season Finale!

NFC North Season Finale!

NFL Season ends this weekend with plenty at stake for Black and Blue Division!

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