Found January 02, 2012 on
I usually write about the 5 Things in the NFL I think should be stopped…but this is my very first video version.
This time I talk about Nnamdi Asomugha’s hair, Ray Lewis’ toe, firing coaches before Christmas, the idea of a tie-game, and James Harrison’s poor wallet!
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Steelers Linebacker James Harrison had his streak snapped against the Browns. Harrison was in need of one sack to extend his Steelers Record Streak to 4 years of consecutive double digit sack seasons. He did not record a sack in the game and finished the season with nine. That means he tied LaMarr Woodley for the team lead. Both guys were achieving the streak together and...
The Pittsburgh Steelers were back on practice field Wednesday getting ready to take on the Denver Broncos this coming Sunday in one of the two AFC wild card games. Despite finishing 12-4 on the season the Steelers must travel to Denver who won the AFC West with an 8-8 record as the Steelers earned the 5th seed because they did not win the AFC North.
The first injury report of the...
James Harrison may be known for helmet-to-helmet shots, but Houston Texans Bryan Braman has already proven to be the leader in the metal-to-skull shots. Even Owen Schmidt has to say that is one crazy son of a *****. Good hing for the undrafted rookie, Braman, he has earned a name or a niche around the NFL. That usually means you get an extension on his playing career, at least...
Artis Hicks will start at right tackle for inactive Tony Pashos.
Here is the first injury report for this week. The playoff game will have a few guys nicked up but they are getting most of their starters back this week. The injury report looks worse today then it really is.
Cortez Allen- Shoulder- DNP
Mwelde Moore- Knee- DNP
James Harrison- Toe- DNP
Brett Keisel- Groin- DNP
Troy Polamlau- Calf- DNP
Ben Roethlisberger- Ankle-...
Eagles defensive coordinator Juan Castillo was assailed from all sides as perhaps the biggest reason the team failed to reach the playoffs this season. However, his defense showed signs of life over the final month.
Castillo's unit allowed an average of only 11.5 points against the final four opponents, corresponding with the longest Eagles winning streak of the season. Granted...
It seems we had another James Harrison moment at Lambeau Field during the Packers-Lions game on Sunday.
A 15-year-old fan ran onto the field and managed to run free for 90+ yards before turning toward the Green Bay defense, where linebacker Brad Jones finally stepped in and did security’s job for them.
Watch the fan video below, via Shutdown Corner: