Suck for Luck.
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For the second time in 6 years, the St.
Now that “Suck For Luck” is a full blown ordeal – there’s even <a href="http://twitter.com/suckforluck">a Twitter account</a> devoted to it – it’s very amusing to see the general NFL fan’s reaction to the idea that teams might tank some games to secure the guy every analyst this side of Mel Kiper’s phallic eagle swoop is calling the next John Elway.
<a href="http://twitter.com/#!/Jeff_McLane/status/120975969547853824">@Jeff_McLane</a>: #Eagles QB Michael Vick will no longer have a Monday radio show on WIP.
To blame Eli Manning for the New York Giants’ offensive woes is a bit unfair.
Originally, I was going to put together a first round mock draft to pretend like I had any clue how the 2011 NFL Draft was going to unfold and thankfully I talked myself out of kidding myself.
The bulk of the coaching carousel is over for the NFL right now, as all the teams have found their head coaches and are now just trying to find people for more specific positions right now.
In what was accurately set up as a "play-in game" for the NFL Playoffs, the Seattle Seahawks beat the St.
The Arizona Cardinals are coping with big changes this preseason, as former first round draft pick Matt Leinart is now the starting quarterback and young receivers like Steve Breaston and Early Doucet are stepping up since Anquan Boldin was traded to the Baltimore Ravens in the offseason.
An undisclosed number of players were diagnosed with flulike symptoms, and since the Rams suck away, they just cancelled practice.
From yesterday's Rams-Lions game, which included a bizarre safety and relatively unimpressive offensive play--it's Lions designated asskicker Zach Follet finding Rams return specialist Danny Amendola and stabbing him to death with his own car keys, in a manner of speaking.
People are still going ape over shock jock Rush Limbaugh and his association with a group planning to buy the St.
Yesterday's Niners-Rams game was so completely unexceptional and dull in every way that the only way the NFL could spice it up was to let the referees start actively hitting people, as umpire Garth DiFelice did when Kenneth Darby <a href="http://www.faniq.com/blog/Video-Ref-Garth-DiFelice-Tackles-Kenneth-Darby-Of-The-Rams-Blog-16515" target="_blank">took a wrong turn in the middle of the field</a>.