Two coaches on the NFL hot seat will be fighting for their jobs on Monday night, but neither one of them may be safe once the season is over.
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.
The second half of the 2012 NFL season is ready to begin. It is now time to see if the bizarro world of the NFL will become any clearer.
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.
Last week couldn’t have been a fluke with the high number of picks that ended up being correct. This week looks a little more difficult, and there is a strong feeling that the win-loss record will be greater for the latter.
Coach Andy Reid of the Philadelphia Eagles has had to deal with a lot of personal and family hardship. The news released about his young son Garrett’s death just puts even more on a man and a family that has suffered enough.
Many truly thought that the name “Michael Vick” and the word “dog” would never be in the same sentence again. Little did they realize that the two would actually be under the same roof again.
Head hits and concussions have become a primary focus of the NFL, but there is really no way to totally protect players against them. Josh Cribbs recently suffered a concussion and knows the dangers of what could happen due to the issues his former teammate, Jerome Harrison, is currently going through.
A strong defense/special teams unit could make the difference in your fantasy football league. Here are the top 10 to target.
Star NFL quarterback Michael Vick, who made headlines three years ago when he was convicted of dogfighting, says he would love to get a dog sometime in the future.