Archive for the ‘NFL’ Category

How To Set Up a Superbowl Pool

Friday, January 15th, 2010

Seting Up a Superbowl Pool Learn how to set up a Superbowl Pool to make this year’s Superbowl watching party more fun. Super Bowl viewing is different than watching your standard National Football League game, or even watching the average NFL playoff game. Superbowls tend to attract a much wider audience, including casual fans, women and kids. For that reason, your football pools need to appeal to a more casual set of gamblers. To make the bet appealing, you easily can make a Superbowl Poo

NFL Football Jerseys

Tuesday, November 17th, 2009

Authentic NFL Jerseys NFL football jerseys are pullover tops made to look like the uniforms worn by National Football League players during real NFL games. These NFL jerseys are sold in merchandise stores across the country and worn in NFL stadiums by the thousands every fall. Of course, people can buy the jersey of their favorite NFL player from official and unofficial online NFL merchandise websites. There seem to be a million NFL jersey sites on the Internet. NFL Fan Jerseys The biggest NFL

NFL Cheerleader Pictures and Photos

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

NFL Cheerleader Photographs and Pics Football fans looking for NFL cheerleader pictures and photos can go to a number of different sources online for that. But when you’re wanting to find NFL cheerleader pages, you don’t want to have to sift through endless adds and links leading to nowhere. You might even want to learn a little bit about the history of NFL cheerleading squads, if you’re not some random football fanguy looking for photos of hot women, but a young cheerleader wa

NFL Team Mascots

Thursday, October 15th, 2009

Ranking the NFL Team Mascots You might have read our hard-hitting 2-part article on NFL team mascots on the Football Babble main site, but that list never ranked the NFL mascots. That’s what we’re trying to do here today. Given the division rivalries which exist in the NFL, we decided to rank NFL mascots according to divisions. Now nobody get too bent out of shape if your mascot getting rated lower than you would hope. I rated my Cowboys team mascot low, too. NFC North Mascots The NF

Dallas Cowboys Blog Rant

Tuesday, October 6th, 2009

The Thoughts of One Lonely Dallas Cowboys Fan What a mess the Cowboys are. This is just starting to piss me off. Tony Romo Sucks Romo has been missing receivers in all four ballgames this year. He’s completely regressed. I saw one of the ESPN guys (maybe Steve Young) talking about this last week. When teams start to gameplan for you in the NFL, they take away the things you’re best at. If you don’t improve, you regress. That’s what it looks like has happened with R

NFL Offensive Coordinators Fired

Friday, September 4th, 2009

The NFL Is a Copycat League, Even With Goofy Trends The latest NFL trend is for teams to fire their offensive coordinator just over a week before the start of the regular season. Three NFL offensive coordinators were fired this week. That might not sound like a big trend, but keep in mind that represents 10% of the NFL Offensive Coordinators in 4 days time – when it was unheard of to see an OC fired this close to Week 1 of the NFL Season. But the NFL is a copycat league, if nothing else. 2

Michael Vick To Return NFL Week 3

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2009

Michael Vick’s NFL Suspension Ends Early It appears that Michael Vick will be able to return to the NFL by Week 3 of the NFL Regular Season. Michael Vick was “conditionally reinstated” by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in August, allowing Vick to sign with any NFL team. Michael Vick eventually signed with the Philadelphia Eagles. Roger Goodell’s conditional reinstatement included a 5-game suspension for the first five weeks of the NFL regular season, and it was widely bel

Tom Cable Punches Raiders Assistant

Monday, August 17th, 2009

Oakland Raiders Head Coach Tom Cable is Out of Control “You’re out of control, Cable,” shouted Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis to his head coach, “I’m taking your badge.” That’s how I imagine Oakland Raiders Training Camp going right about now, after it was revealed Monday, August 17th that Tom Cable had punched one of his defensive assistants, Randy Hanson, on August 5th. The punch broke Hanson’s jaw and forced him to make a trip to the emergency r

Michael Vick Back in the NFL

Friday, August 14th, 2009

Should Michael Vick Be Allowed to Return to the NFL? That’s the question of the day. A lot of people and a lot of media experts are going to say that Michael Vick should either have been suspended for a whole NFL season or should be barred from the NFL for life. That second option is pretty extreme and very much in the minority, but from listening to the media these past couple of months, I think the idea of a punitive suspension for up to a year by Roger Goodell is what most people (or me

NFL Training Camp Updates

Tuesday, August 11th, 2009

New York, Philadelphia and Carolina NFL News Steve Smith – Carolina Panthers – Steve Smith has a shoulder injury which should keep him out most of the preseason. There’s even a chance that Steve Smith might miss the first game or two of the season. Smith has been quoted saying he wouldn’t play if he’s not ready. At the moment, I wouldn’t downgrade Steve Smith on your draft list, assuming you’ve already factored in that Smith tends to miss 2-3 games per s