Found July 08, 2012 on
Hope springs eternal with the dawning of a new NFL season on the horizon. We use our imaginations in concocting the perfect storm scenario that will place our team on the world's greatest stage, the NFL Super Bowl.
But considering only 2 of 32 teams make it, the calculated odds are a mere 6.25 percent.
Assuming for the moment that your team doesn't make it to the big dance, what would be your most desirable matchup otherwise?
My top matchups are gauged toward the league's most important and exciting position - quarterback.
The game's evolution - dictated by rule changes favoring a passing game - has created a situation where it is near impossible to win a championship without top quarterback play. So much so that I am listing the matchups by quarterbacks.
1) P. Manning vs. Rodgers (Broncos vs Packers)
2) P. Manning vs. E. Manning (Broncos vs Giants)
3) Brady vs. Brees (Patriots vs Saints)
4) Brady vs. Rodgers (Pat
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According to a report, Tim Tebow had one request during his grooming outing prior to the ESPYs. And it wasn't how he wanted his hair cut.
New York Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow requested a hair stylist who doesn’t curse when he checked in at the Chris McMillon salon in Beverly Hills.
The squeaky clean, Christian, I’m-saving-myself-for-marriage NFL star was getting a haircut in preparation for the ESPY Awards.
According to Celebuzz, a client at the salon said, “He asked for a woman to cut his hair who doesn’t curse.”
Trey Erwin, a 15-year-old Tennessee football player, died of pancreatic cancer Thursday.
Erwin’s story touched an entire region that learned about him after he found out he had six months to live. His diagnosis sparked a “Pray for Trey” social media movement, T-shirts, armbands and a song. New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow was among those Erwin touched.
Erwin wrote about...
"Jets West," the passing camp quarterback Mark Sanchez organizes every offseason, has kicked off and Tim Tebow and Santonio Holmes were in attendance.
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Since 2008, eight different quarterbacks have passed through Denver. And all three of the Broncos’ top three quarterbacks from last season are now employed elsewhere.
Last summer, Kyle Orton, Brady Quinn and Tim Tebow were all competing to secure Denver’s starting quarterback position. Orton ended up winning the job and held it mid-way through...
While New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez may have Tim Tebow breathing down his neck this season, Plaxico Burress is watching his former-teammate's back.
Burress— who played last season with the oft-criticized Sanchez— had an explanation why the Jets fizzled down the stretch last season and missed the playoffs after being AFC finalists the previous two years.