Monthly Archives: December 2017

It was inevitable, anyway, with how the season was going. This stunt, though, sets it in stone.

It wasn’t though, because apparently nothing this year (or last year) has been. He’s going to go down in team history as their 21st-century Ray Handley. The Titans and Chiefs are 6-4 with the Ravens and Bills at 5-5. Then … Continue reading

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Cleveland trailed by 11 points to start the game before righting itself and taking a six-point lead into halftime.

Jimmy Garoppolo, QB, San Francisco 49ers (23.6 percent): The 49ers’ new starter has breathed life into this offense, guiding the team to two straight wins. He has thrown for 627 yards in two starts and now faces his best matchup … Continue reading

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Well, now the EHC is considering its own “Leggio Rule” to prevent this level of sneaky chicanery from happening again.

Perhaps the most unexpectedly popular members of the group were linebackers Micah Kiser of Virginia, in Atlanta to accept the Campbell Award as the nation’s to scholar-athlete, and Courtney Love of Kentucky, winner of the Wuerffel Trophy as top community … Continue reading

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Bears’ Zach Miller tells emotional story behind horrific leg injury

The NFL community seemed to stop when Bears tight end Zach Miller went down with a horrific leg injury in Week 8’s game against the Saints. The Falcons had not been held without a touchdown since a 38-0 loss to … Continue reading

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Seahawks-Jaguars fight product of frustration: ‘That’s the way it goes’

Jaguars center Brandon Linder was still steaming several minutes after Sunday’s 30-24 win over the Seahawks at EverBank Field. The loss didn’t sit well with the Seahawks (8-5), who had two players ejected in the final minute. Defensive tackle Sheldon … Continue reading

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Saints rookie Alvin Kamara attributes NFL success to ‘Matrix mode’

Alvin Kamara has done something only ever accomplished by a pair of Hall of Famers. Thursday night’s game in Dallas will air nationally on NBC and NFL Network. It’s the third of five Thursday night games that were scheduled to … Continue reading

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Inner turmoil has begun in Denver, which is never a good sign.

With week 12 kicking off in a few days, African NFL fans will be thankful for more than just the usual lone Thursday Night game held during Thanksgiving week in North America. A full slate of 16 games will be … Continue reading

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Philadelphia fails to score following the Cowboys’ turnover.

Kamara ties it for Saints with TD catch, 2-point conversionAlvin Kamara initially bobbles the ball but comes up with the catch and goes into the end zone for an 18-yard touchdown. The rookie then ties the Saints’ game with the … Continue reading

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Tarasenko added his second goal at 12:21 for a 6-1 lead. Schenn scored on a power play at 14:37.

Amid the mix of heartbreak and happiness from both events that followed, the Spyteks became committed to honoring Evelyn’s memory by starting their own CMV movement. Kristen quit her marketing job to create a non-profit organization — the National CMV … Continue reading

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Cleveland built a nine-point lead in the first quarter and seemed ready to build on it when James made a surprising mistake.

James took over from there, delivering another tour de force performance that didn’t seem likely when he was being treated by the medical staff and the Cavs playing sluggishly. Still, Villanueva deemed it “unacceptable” to use him in the anthem … Continue reading

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