Monthly Archives: October 2011

Suck for Luck Update via @draftace

I was just checking out Suck for Luck Update by Ryan McCrystal from Draftace.com, and it made me realize how it would really make sense for Andrew Luck to go to Indy. All week, I'd been thinking about how cruel … Continue reading

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Time to start worrying about Terrell Owens? via @Brad_Gagnon (shout to @terrellowens)

Just got done reading Time to start worrying about Terrell Owens? about the homie T.O., and I thought I'd share my reaction. T.O., if you read this, I want you to know that even if you don't get the chance to play … Continue reading

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3 Simple Coverage Reads To Teach Your Quarterback (This’ll Help you in Madden)

If you've been reading my stuff for any amount of time now (which is unlikely), you'd know that one of my dreams is to get so successful, that I'd have time to play video games again.   Now I get … Continue reading

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The National Bowl & D2-D3 Pro Day are Secret Weapons for Small School Players via @sportsagentblog

I just wanted to send a quick shout out to Darren Heitner over at Sports Agent Blog for shining the light on the National Bowl and D2/D3 Pro Days. These tools have been put out there to help small-school players … Continue reading

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Why @j4hvidbest Should Call it a Season (Hate to Say it)

Living in Metro Detroit, I'd hate to have to settle for Maurice Morris, but I gotta agree with Jahvid's family, in that, your life and well-being is way more important.   So as much as I have to say it, … Continue reading

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Tony Dungy on Fatherhood, and the Movie “Courageous” via @TonyDungy and @joecucch

I just checked out Tony Dungy's short take on the movie Courageous, and it hit me hard. You see, daddy's little princess is just over a year old, and she's changed my life.   Even though I know who my … Continue reading

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The Seams And Soft Spots in Cover 2 and Cover 3 via @FootballDrills1

I was checking out Learning Seams and Soft Spots Against Zone Coverage from football-tutorials.com, and thought I'd share it, because it does a great job explaining the weak spots in cover 2 and cover 3. I really liked the article, … Continue reading

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