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Cool NFL Helmet Debates: No Room For Cleveland

May 17, 2011 by

0 ran a column today that ranked the top 10 NFL helmets.  Now, as many readers of the article already pointed out, this is far from the top NFL story, considering that whole lockout business.  Nonetheless, ESPN kept the story up as the first read on the NFL page and it dominated as the top […]

The Joke Is On You

April 19, 2011 by


An article on recently detailed comments by Baltimore Raven’s receiver Derrick Mason regarding NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and his will to implement testing of Human Growth Hormone (HGH).  It’s no secret that the current NFL labor agreement predicament has brought out the ugly and dumbest comments from players.  Now Derrick Mason has come forward […]

Why Williams Needs Another Year as a Wildcat

February 25, 2011 by


Derrick Williams is a sophomore at the University of Arizona weighing in at 241 pounds and stretches a solid 6′-8″ inches into the air. He averages over 19 points and over 8 rebounds a game. He is not yet out of his teenage years and is being heralded as the next potential lottery pick in […]

Commish Picks: Super Bowl XLV

February 5, 2011 by


After painstakingly suffering through last Sunday while watching the Pro Bowl, football fans can rejoice in the possibility of some actual football being played again this Sunday in Super Bowl XLV.  Check out what The Commissioners have to say on the outcome.

Commissioner Ruling 003

February 5, 2011 by


Ruling: Hits that result in “Who is the current President?” sorts of questions are what the entire sport of football is predicated on. They are why middle-aged, has been, blue-collar Americans wait for countless hours in subzero temperatures in body paint and booze-induced rally cries! Man up or bow out, but don’t rain on the […]