With Sam Bradford out for the season, it’s time to look at who should become the new Rams quarterback this year.
For this list of men, it isn’t enough to excel at the sport of their choice. These guys must also excel off the field by dressing in killer clothes, marrying major babes and rubbing shoulders with the elite.
Week two of the 2013 NFL season is all set, but there are a couple of big-time players that may miss a lot more of it than they expected. One of them will be gone due to an unnecessary injury and the other due to his lack of judgment. Don’t get too unruly over all this though or some undercover Seahawk cops might nab you.
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Who knows what lies in the minds of those that perform actions none of us would even think possible? Rex Ryan?
The 3-6 New York Jets need to make changes in order to improve. One thing the players don’t want to change though is putting Tim Tebow in for Mark Sanchez because they just don’t believe one of the newest Jets is good enough.
The Jets missed the playoffs in 2011 and don’t look like they are going to make it in 2012 either, as they currently sit with a 3-5 record. Now an anonymous midseason poll conducted by Sporting News says that Jets’ coach Rex Ryan is the most overrated coach in the NFL.
Injuries can often call for NFL teams to make a change at a big time position like quarterback, but that could be only temporary. It is the “being benched” part of things that quarterbacks need to fear and it could happen on a few teams soon.
The Jets are often known for overachieving, and they even do it if the awards they reap aren’t so beneficial or impressive.
Phil Simms answers questions about the state of the NFL after seven weeks.