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Very kind of this game to take an hour off for the nation to take in "Breaking Bad", be traumatized then return for more grueling grind-out defensive football full of hits and not points.
Via Deadspin comes the story of Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll and his meeting last spring with retired U.
Rather than accept slightly less value in a trade with a middling team, or perhaps a non-conference power, the Vikings are content to accept this year's first- and seventh-round pick, as well as a mid-round pick next year, from Seattle in exchange for the dynamic but discontent Percy Harvin.
Last year, Matt Flynn won the Matt Cassel/Schaub Award for a Backup QB Most Likely to Earn a Huge Payday after he closed out the Green Bay Packers’ season with a 480-yard, 6 TD game against the Detroit Lions.
It appears the Falcons are tired of their playoff choker narrative and that Tony Gonzalez has no plans on having his career end today.
Redskins dominated early and stormed to a 14-0 lead on their first two drives.
For the first time in 13 years, a postseason game is set at FedEx Field.
The Seahawks trounced the 49ers, but Pete Carroll didn't run up the score as much as he could have, so I suppose that counts as a win for civility and a triumph of the holiday spirit.
Another week, another debate about the inherent rightness of a team running up the score on an opponent.
The 2011 Seahawks were a halfway decent team hamstrung by a subpar quarterback.
We wrote a few nights back that Nate Robinson was either seriously thinking of trying the NFL or he was just having some fun at the expense of Pete Carroll.
Newly minted Seattle Seahawk head coach Pete Carroll's never ending tour of trying to be the zany coach every player is supposed to love continued this week as he used the old parlor trick retirement home facilitators use to thin out the herd by putting a fake snake in a water cooler then videotaping the subsequent reactions.
The regime change in the athletic department at Southern Cal has already claimed its first victim, and he stands about 13 inches tall and is composed of solid bronze.
The University of Southern California football program is expected to receive a two-year postseason ban from the NCAA today, and the Trojans could also forfeit up to 20 scholarships and possibly some wins from previous seasons.
Maybe it’s been the amount of free time I’ve had this week, but I’ve been catching up with this television show called The News and it’s pretty interesting.