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I have never seen the TSFJ e-offices as stressed as I have over this project. We’ve done plenty of lists around here before. From the top quarterbacks in the NFL to the best kick returners in college football history and so on and so on, lists are what we do here at TSFJ. So when […]The post The REAL Top 10 Wide Receivers In The NFL, 2013 Edition appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
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ALLEN PARK, Mich. The alter-ego character of Calvin Johnsons new TV commercial seemingly came to life during a news conference Thursday at the Detroit Lions practice facility.
Johnson, the Detroit Lions record-breaking wide receiver, had answered a few questions on his health and football before getting asked about the recently-released Nike spot that also stars rapperactor Sean...
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Adrian Peterson boasts of rushing for 2,500 yards this season, making his personal goals well-known as he tries to run down Eric Dickerson's 29-year, single-season NFL record.The league's top running back makes such lofty predictions seem possible. The NFL's top wide receiver enters 2013 not making any grand statements and leaving his personal goals...
We all know that NFL superstars are always in demand. Their team needs them. Coaches are expecting them to set the bar for the team as a leader. Some of these high profile athletes have foundations to help run. Others are busy making commercials, music videos, and movies. Something we can all relate to right?
How can these great players be in two places at once? Well Nike Football...
2013 team captains are Matt Schaub, Andre Johnson, Brian Cushing, J.J. Watt & Shane Lechler.
— Houston Texans (@HoustonTexans) September 7, 2013
The Houston Texans have named their 2013 captains for the season. The team has chosen Matt Schaub, Andre Johnson, Brian Cushing, J.J. Watt and Shane Lechler.
The only changes from the start of the 2012 season is that Tim Dobbins...
Last year saw two phenomenal individual performances from offensive players. Calvin Johnson broke Jerry Rice’s NFL record for receiving yards in a season and Adrian Peterson came within 9 yards of Eric Dickerson’s elusive mark for rushing yards in a season. In part both of those records came about through the sheer necessity of them being the only weapon on their team but they...
Well NFL enthusiasts, time has come for weekly predictions. Week one is a tough one as there isn’t a lot to go on other than personal feelings, preseason, and last year’s stats. However my friends, I’d be hard pressed to find five Wide Receivers better than those on this list. From the most targeted, to the hottest finish to last season, to the biggest athletic freak...
Adrian Peterson busted through defenses on his way to one of the best seasons in NFL history for a running back while guiding the Minnesota Vikings to a surprising playoff appearance in 2012.
Calvin Johnson's record-setting performance didn't have the same effect on the Detroit Lions, who finished below .500 for the 11th time in 12 years.
Their teams will look for each...
Detroit welcomes Minnesota into Ford Field to open the 2013 NFL season Sunday. Minnesota comes in off a playoff berth and with the best offensive weapon in football, elite running back Adrian Peterson.
Both teams also come in with a huge weight on their shoulders.
Even with Calvin Johnson’s record breaking season in 2012 the team reverted back to their old ways which was even more...
Prediction: 1st in division (11-5 overall)
Strengths: Defense will be strong as it always is.. A turnover causing machine. Matt Forte and Brandon Marshall have spectacular playmaking abilities.
Causes for concern: Cutler’s consistency has been an issue at times over the past few years, Bears were 29th in passing offense last year. Forte needs to stay healthy.
The Vikings’ primary concern on defense Sunday will be Calvin Johnson, but coaches and players are trying to figure out how the Lions will use Reggie Bush and how to best defend him.