The two most consistently interesting appearances on Nashville sports talk radio in my book are Trent Dilfer’s weekly appearance with Sports Night on 102.5 and Greg Cosell’s weekly appearance with the Midday180 on 104.5. Both know a lot about what goes on on a football field and why, especially at the quarterback position. (And let me throw in a plug for Bruce Feldman’s fantastic...
Photo courtesy of ESPNTrent Dilfer has always been notorious for his harsh critique of NFL teams and players. One month ago, Dilfer (like many critics) ripped the New England Patriots, calling them "weak" after their blowout loss to Kansas City back in week 4. "We saw a weak team. The New England Patriots, let's face it...they're NOT good anymore. They're weak." - Trent Dilfer—...
I’ve always felt that quarterbacks are in an absurd position in today’s NFL. Whenever anything goes wrong, it’s all on the quarterback. When a team wins, it’s also all about the quarterback, even if he played miserably.
It’s very easy to lay the blame on the New York Jets’ struggles this season on Geno Smith or Michael Vick but the fact is that they have nobody around...
He’s not wrong.
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ESPN NFL analyst Trent Dilfer may have been dumbing down things a bit too much when he offered this piece of insight during Sunday's coverage: "You cannot lose games in the NFL and still win".Technically, that's true, but you could put anyone up there to say that. H/T NIS.
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The recent revelations by Trent Dilfer and Deion Sanders (both of whom played for the San Francisco 49ers, and still have many connections) of the toxic atmosphere in San Francisco’s locker room come as no surprise to those of us who have followed the rivalry between the Seattle Seahawks and the Niners.
San Francisco did after all try to trade head coach Jim Harbaugh a few seasons...
STATELINE, Nev. -- Trent Dilfer is not a ballerina on the golf course. That much was made abundantly clear during the second round of the American Century Championship Saturday afternoon.
Lamenting the fact that the tournament that features some large athletes, his playing partner in Saturday's second round felt the need to interrupt.
"When [the greens are] wet like this, it's just...
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