The NFL is full of the expected and also the unexpected, and all of them can be quite entertaining. The rare and unusual though; those are the things that add to the excitement of the NFL, and the Sunday action of week nine brought about three rare happenings that keep it thrilling.
The Cleveland Browns may finally realize that it is time to cut ties as Brandon Weeden is not the answer. Brandon Meriweather appealed to the masses and semi-won. The Dallas Cowboys may end up traveling to London to take on the hapless Jacksonville Jaguars. You never really know what will happen in the NFL day to day.
So Brandon Weeden has had his Browns’ job put up on Craigslist. Josh Freeman has a new job and will be the third starting quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings this season. The main story here is Colts owner Jim Irsay insulted one of the top quarterbacks in the history of football.
When it comes to the National Football League, there can be a lot of emotions that go about all in one instant. With these stories, there are feelings of disappointment, anger, and support in just the matter of one day.
With four weeks in the books for the 2013 NFL season, there are a small handful of undefeated teams still out there. Believe it or not, there are actually still four winless teams, and three of them are completely shocking.
There are some strange and sad things going on in the NFL, and it is only Week 3 of the 2013 NFL season. A 49er vows to fix his substance abuse problem. The Cleveland Browns are already looking past the current season and sadly, a loss has been felt in the organization of the Arizona Cardinals.
Week 2 of the 2013 NFL season brought about so many close games that fans didn’t have a clue which game to tune into so they could get the best action. Now, Week 3 has come and gone, and it was full of so many upsets that no one knew what was going on or who to believe in.
Here’s a look at some sleepers that could pay dividends in your fantasy league.
The Ravens defense has made quite the reputation for themselves. Not just for being a dominant defense for over a decade. There is a reputation in the notion that defensive players don’t play well once they leave Baltimore. With Paul Kruger now playing for the Cleveland Browns, the pass rush specialist hopes he can buck the trend.
When it comes time for a conference championship game in the NFL, the minds of the players have to be focused on one thing and one thing only. That “one thing” does not need to be a sexual assault case.