Local Football Bloggers
Bernard Pollard is dealing with another fine, but at least he’s happy that Tom Brady got one too. Let’s not forget that the Pro Bowl is on tonight, and we’d better hope the effort is there or the game won’t be anymore.
The San Francisco 49ers are the primary focus of many spotlights while the “Honey Badger” attempts to claw his way back into it.
Those going to the Super Bowl this year should be thankful and think about taking the year off in 2014, because it’s going to be cold outside.
The issue of concussions and brain injuries is something to take very serious by the NFL and all of those that may ever be involved with it. Junior Seau’s family believes that responsibility needs to be taken. Meanwhile, the San Francisco 49ers are a strange bunch.
The New Orleans Saints are already having a much better offseason than they did all of last year, but the Dallas Cowboys continue to have news of despair.
The rookies are coming to take you away, ha ha.
In two weeks, it will be brother versus brother in the Super Bowl in New Orleans.
There are only four teams that remain in the NFL playoffs, two in each conference. Sunday’s games are going to determine just which two head to the Super Bowl, and according to my picks, there will be no more than a total of a five-point differential.
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.
Ryan Leaf has taken a road that had him at the top of his game to not even having his freedom.