Monthly Archives: September 2011

My Response (if you care) to “Lions vs. Cowboys: 5 Reasons Tony Romo Will Have His Best Game Yet in Week 4”

Jason Henry at Bleacher Report wrote a cute little post on why Romo will have his best game this week against my Lions.  I'm not going to give his nonsense too much of my time, but below are my responses … Continue reading

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True Statement: “Kyle Orton is a Poor Man’s Peyton Manning”

I just checked out this article by Aaron Mee over at Bleacher Report, talking about how good of a fit Kyle Orton would be for the Colts this year, and not only do I agree with him, I REALLY agreed with … Continue reading

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Linebacker Tackling Drills – Reading The Ball Carrier

Steve at football-tutorials.com just posted an article with some great tips for helping linebackers take the right angles on the running back.  As he mentioned, especially in goal line situations, just one misstep can mean the difference between a big … Continue reading

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Wide Receiver Footwork Drills

Check out this video on drills to improve wide receiver footwork.  Jeez, my thighs are burning just imagining going through these drills.  I remember those days…. Anyways, enjoy, and be sure to share this video with any receivers you know … Continue reading

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Heisman Watch – By @Miller_Dave

Dave Miller (a fellow Lions fan) at National Football Post always posts some good stuff. Check out his NFP Heisman Watch after week 3 of the college football season.  If I was a betting man, I'd put my money on… … Continue reading

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Respect to the NCAA, But it’s Time to Cut the B.S.

I checked out this article that just came out today on ESPN.com on the Big 12 fallout from Texas A&M leaving for the SEC. I mean no disrespect to the NCAA, but it's really time to cut the b.s. and … Continue reading

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Sometimes, Walking-on at a Big School is the Best Move

Every year, a bunch of high school players have to decide whether they're going to take the small school scholarship offer, or choose to walk-on at a bigger school.   The decision process, for most, goes something like: "Do I … Continue reading

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