Five NFL Teams Taking a Step Back in 2014

Every team strives to get better each off-season, but with salary cap trouble and free agents choosing to play elsewhere not every team can achieve that. However, there are no guarantees in football as you never know which draft picks will shine early on or how the in-house development of young players will shake out. […]

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The Kansas City Chiefs ’14 – ’15 Salary Cap for Dummies

NFL SALARY CAP: 2014– $133 million 2015– $140 +/- million Chiefs Current 2014 Salary Cap: $123 million (13th in league in space, post B. Flowers cut) Chiefs Current 2015 Salary Cap: $122 million Potential ‘surprise’ cuts 2015: Dwayne Bowe: $14 mil salary, if cut only save 3.5 mil Tamba Hali: $12 mil salary, if cut […]

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Five Under the Radar NFL Free Agent Signings

The NFL landscape has changed a lot heading into the 2014 NFL season with some big names changing teams such as Chiefs LT Branden Albert moving on to the Dolphins, Cowboys DE DeMarcus Ware finds himself in Denver, and the Patriots snagged shutdown corner Darelle Revis. We know the expectations those franchises have for those […]

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Top 10 Best Sports Teams from Movies

1. Team USA – Miracle You cant go against a team that knew they were a long shot for a medal, but didn’t want to get embarrassed either in the words of a USA Hockey executive. This team tied the Norwegian National team just weeks before scoring the biggest upset in sports history. They were […]

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Top 10 Quarterbacks from Movies/TV

Everyone loves a good football story and more often than not, the quarterback is the focal point of the film or show. There have been good ones, bad ones and everything in between, but lets take a look at the top-10 fictional quarterbacks to ever grace our TV screens.

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Mizzou’s Mauk Comparable to Johnny Football?

SEC Media Days are well underway in Hoover, Alabama and today the Missouri Tigers took center stage. It was just 24 hours ago that Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin stated that “there’s not going to be another Johnny Manziel.” Clearly, Missouri redshirt sophomore quarterback Maty Mauk disagrees.

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