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Mark The Greek's Monday Night Pick Sure To Go Wrong

This week's Monday Night Football game pits the mighty Baltimore ravens against the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars. So here are my predictions on tonight's game: Baltimore Ravens at Jacksonville Jaguars Where to begin, the Jaguars passing game is dreadful, last in the league, and now rookie Blaine Gabbert has to face the 8th best secondary in the NFL in the Baltimore...
Via The Mark Graham Sports Blog
October 24, 2011  |  Discuss

Mark The Greek's Monday Night Pick Sure To Go Wrong

Well last week I dropped to 1-1 in my "Monday Night Pick Sure To Go Wrong", but then again who outside of Jacksonville would think the Jaguars would beat the Ravens? I mean c'mon. This week I try to get back on track when the San Diego Chargers play the Kansas City Chiefs. San Diego Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs San Diego is coming off a tough defeat to...
Via The Mark Graham Sports Blog
October 31, 2011  |  Discuss

Mark The Greek's Monday Night Pick Sure To Go Wrong

Last week I predicted the upset of the Chiefs over the Chargers, maybe I'm better than I thought. I just kinda knew that Philip Rivers was going to have a bad game and boy did he. Now to ride this wave of success, I pick the winner of the Chicago Bears at the Philadelphia Eagles. And away we go! Chicago Bears at Philadelphia Eagles The Eagles appear to be back on track...
Via The Mark Graham Sports Blog
November 07, 2011  |  Discuss

NFL Referees Going Back to Work

Photo Courtesy: Businessinsider.com Following the Tomfoolery that was the ending of the Green Bay vs. Seattle Monday Night Football, the NFL has come to an agreement with the NFLRA to end the lockout.  The "real" Referees are slated to begin work with tonight's Cleveland vs. Baltimore game.
Via 3,000 shots.
September 27, 2012  |  Discuss

Rob Ryan Wishes Chuck Pagano Well on MNF

News came out this morning that Indianapolis Colts Head Coach, Chuck Pagano, had been hospitalized and is being treated for Leukemia. Rob Ryan, Dallas Cowboys Defensive Coordinator sent Pagano ("Pags") well wishes in the Cowboys' MNF matchup against the Bears. As you can see in the photo above, Ryan sends Pags a message on the play call sheet that coaches utilize on...
Via Raw Sports
October 01, 2012  |  Discuss

MNF Rookie Watch: Opportunity for Quinton Coples

With the Jets starting this season at 2-2, it is clear that this is not what Rex Ryan had in mind.   They are struggling to get anything going offensively, their pass rush is nearly non existent, and now the New York Jets are plagued with injuries. Among the injured tonight are Santonio Holmes (out for the season with Lisfranc injury), Darrelle Revis (Torn ACL), Stephen Hill...
Via Brookey's Rookies
October 08, 2012  |  Discuss

MNF Rookie Watch: Ronnie Hillman

The Denver Broncos have a tough test tonight against the San Diego Chargers.  The Broncos need to develop an effective running game to open up the field for Peyton Manning.  If the Broncos want to do this, they may need to start relying on rookie running back Ronnie Hillman slightly more.   Hillman has only had 15 carries for 47 yards on the season at this point, but that doesn...
Via Brookey's Rookies
October 15, 2012  |  Discuss

Chargers PR Directors Tells Fans To "Take a Chill Pill"

After Monday Night's debacle, Charger fans were pretty upset, and rightfully so, but one man in the Charger front office thought that fans were exaggerating just a tad. Bill Johnston, director of public relations for the San Diego Chargers, wrote a post on Chargers.com telling fans to "Take a Chill Pill" and just calm down. The note started off like this:  What’s...
Via The Mark Graham Sports Blog
October 19, 2012  |  Discuss

Too White Hype?

When you check out sports websites you never know what you might read.  Actually this time it wasn’t a purely sports website’s article that caught my eye.  This one came from Yahoo!’s front page. Interesting stuff about how the Minnesota Timberwolves roster defies the typical NBA roster in that it’s only 33% black, where as in 2011 75% of the NBA rosters as a whole were...
Via 3,000 shots.
October 31, 2012  |  Discuss

Steve Young Has Had A Rough Night

After the Monday Night game between the New England Patriots and Houston Texans, ESPN NFL analyst Steve Young went on the air to talk about how unpredictable an NFL regular season can be when this happened...    NBA? I'm glad Suzy Kolber caught it right off the bat, but Young was completely oblivious to the fact that he completely confused the NFL, the league of which...
Via The Mark Graham Sports Blog
December 11, 2012  |  Discuss

Frank's Football Life

I am passionate about reading autobiographies. If you are famous and you have written your life story, I want to read it, if I haven't already. And if you are a famous sports hero, that's even better. One sports autobiography I recommend is Frank Gifford's The Whole Ten Yards. At age 46 I am too young to remember Gifford as an NFL Hall of Famer with the New York Giants...
Via Special Teams Seiber
March 28, 2014  |  Discuss
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