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  • NFL Schedule - 2014 [Live Playoff Thread Week 18]

    12/30/2014 7:02:08 PM PST · by Bender2 · 565 replies
    ESPN NFL ^ | ESPN
    Playoffs - Wild-Card Weekend SAT, JAN 3 Arizona at Carolina 4:20 PM Bank of America Stadium Baltimore at Pittsburgh 8:15 PM NBC Heinz Field SUN, JAN 4 Cincinnati at Indianapolis 1:05 PM CBS Lucas Oil Stadium Detroit at Dallas 4:40 PM FOX AT&T Stadium
  • Bengals seek to end 23-year playoff drought, take on Chargers

    01/02/2014 5:16:53 PM PST · by doug from upland · 13 replies
    FOX ^ | 1-2014
    <p>For the first time since the famous "Freezer Bowl," the San Diego Chargers and Cincinnati Bengals will square off in the NFL playoffs on Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium.</p> <p>Early forecasts for Sunday's game have the temperature reaching into the low 40s, certainly a positive development for the Southern California-based Chargers and a stark contrast from the last time San Diego visited the Queen City for a postseason game.</p>
  • 'D' stands for Dysfunction, Not Dynasty

    01/19/2011 9:20:11 AM PST · by raccoonradio · 10 replies
    Boston Herald ^ | 1/19/10 | Howie Carr
    There is no joy in Shillville — the “dynasty” got a bone in its throat for the sixth consecutive year. It’s over. Now, please, can all of you jock-sniffers, cheerleaders, frontrunners and pom-pom boys just Get Over It and move on to the next overhyped sporting event. I’ve got it — Beanpot Fever Sweeps Hub! Oh, the inconsolable gloom that envelops Patsies Nation. I heard that on Sunday night after the stomping, some local loser issued this plaintive cry: “My win-tah is spoiled!” On Sunday, “we” were going to the Super Bowl. Then “they” lost. Really, it would take a...
  • Tuesday Morning Quaterback: Football gods punish Patriots again

    01/18/2011 11:38:49 AM PST · by mojito · 33 replies
    ESPN ^ | 1/18/2011 | Greg Easterbrook
    Since taking the field with a 18-0 record in Super Bowl XLII, just 60 minutes from perfection, the New England Patriots have not won a playoff game. In their latest postseason collapse, versus the new York Jets, New England's offense, averaging a league-best 32 points, was held to 14 points at home until a garbage-time touchdown with seconds remaining. There are many reasons for New England's postseason woes: some specific to the Patriots, others generic to all football, one particular to a great performance by the Jets' defense. But Tuesday Morning Quarterback thinks this is the core reason: The football...
  • Texans 2009 Season Wrap Up

    01/18/2010 5:47:48 AM PST · by Patriot1259 · 158+ views
    TheCypressTimes.com ^ | 01/18/2010 | WJ Richardson
    First of all, I’m not as ecstatic about a 9-7 record as most people. Where are all those people (including area journalists) who were saying that this team was going to go 11-5 or possibly 12-4 this season? Anyone with a modicum of football intelligence is keenly aware that the Texans were fortunate to play one of the softest schedules in the NFL this season. An opening day loss to rookie QB Mark Sanchez and the Jets got the season off to an ominous start, but to their credit, the Texans did rise to the occasion and feasted on the...
  • Rodgers Worried About Own Mistakes

    01/11/2010 4:40:41 PM PST · by Beer Serving Girl · 19 replies · 945+ views
    ESPN ^ | 1/11/2010 | Rick Marks
    ...The NFL issued an explanation of the rule, noting that "twisting, turning or pulling" the facemask is a 15-yard penalty but the penalty for an "incidental" grab of the facemask was eliminated before the 2008 season.
  • Man Solves "Rubik's Cubes" in Less Time than Sports Anchor Explains NFL Playoff Scenarios - Video

    12/31/2009 5:34:04 AM PST · by Federalist Patriot · 2 replies · 365+ views
    Freedom's Lighthouse ^ | December 31, 2009 | Brian
    Here is video of a man solving three "Rubik's Cubes" in less time than it takes a sports anchor to explain the NFL Playoff Scenarios at play this weekend! (VIDEO)
  • Texans Put Away Fins Early

    12/28/2009 6:22:27 AM PST · by Patriot1259 · 3 replies · 351+ views
    TheCypressTimes.com ^ | 12/28/2009 | WJ Richardson
    Playoff Hopes Still Alive With One Week to Play I facetiously told a friend ago that I had a better chance of nabbing a Pulitzer Prize than the Texans had of making the playoffs after losing their fourth in a row and falling to 5-7 a few weeks back. But after watching how the stars have seemingly lined-up perfectly in favor of the Texans over the past few weeks, maybe a trip to Columbia University during the month of May just might be in the cards for me after all someday.
  • Video: The obligatory “skull-rattling hit that almost broke Willis McGahee’s neck” clip

    01/19/2009 2:51:42 PM PST · by Ernest_at_the_Beach · 51 replies · 1,539+ views
    Hot Air ^ | January 19, 2009 11:55 am | Allahpundit
    One of the most vicious collisions you’ll ever see, posted here because I know most of you watched the game and are wondering how he’s doing. Miraculously, despite “significant” neck pain, he’s “neurogically intact” with movement in all his limbs. No diagnosis yet but presumably it’s whiplash and/or a concussion. So brutal was this that, after watching the replay, I was hoping he was “merely” paralyzed and not actually dead on the field. Click the image to watch.
  • NFL DIVISIONAL PLAYOFF WEEKEND LIVE THREAD

    01/10/2009 8:26:14 AM PST · by mainepatsfan · 1,085 replies · 11,968+ views
    2008 NFL DIVISIONAL PLAYOFF WEEKEND LIVE THREAD January 10th - 4:30PM ET @ January 10th - 8:15PM ET @ January 11th - 1:00PM ET @ January 11th - 4:45PM ET @
  • NFL Wildcard Weekend January 3rd-Janauray 4th, 2009

    01/03/2009 12:08:15 PM PST · by Perdogg · 354 replies · 4,364+ views
    Atlanta at Arizona (pk) Saturday January 3rd, 2009 NBC 4:30pm EST Indianapolis at San Diego (+1) Saturday January 3rd, 2009 NBC 8:00pm EST Baltimore at Miami (+3) Sunday January 4th, 2009 CBS, 1pm EST Philadelphia at Minnesota (+3) Sunday January 4th, 2009 FOX, 4pm EST
  • NFL WILD CARD WEEKEND

    01/06/2007 12:02:16 PM PST · by scott says · 1,526 replies · 17,084+ views
    nfl.com ^ | Jan 6-7,2007 | mainepatsfan
    NFL WILD CARD WEEKEND Saturday, January 6th 4:30PM AT _________________________________________________________ 8:00PM AT _________________________________________________________ Sunday, January 7 1:00PM AT _________________________________________________________ 4:30PM AT
  • Moss offers Lambeau fans a Moonlight serenade

    01/09/2005 8:35:46 PM PST · by bikepacker67 · 189 replies · 4,000+ views
    GREEN BAY, Wis. - Randy Moss broke such new ground with a disgusting gesture after his game-clinching touchdown catch Sunday that Fox television refused to replay it - until the postgame show. The star receiver shot a fake moon at the Lambeau Field crowd, pretending to drop his pants, then rubbed himself on the padded goal post. It made previous controversial celebrations by NFL receivers Terrell Owens and Joe Horn look like harmless child's play.
  • Super Bowl fever is here [in Philly] because NFL shares [revenues]

    01/11/2003 9:15:07 AM PST · by foreverfree · 8 replies · 214+ views
    Wilmington (DE) Snooze Journal ^ | 1/11/02 | Snooze Journal editorial board
    <p>The Eagles' hometown is Philadelphia but loyalties in the National Football League are a patchwork. There are Washington Redskins and Dallas Cowboys fans in these parts too. Some cheer for the Baltimore Ravens while Cheeseheads remain loyal to the Green Bay Packers even in defeat.</p>
  • 'Rush Tommy Maddox to the Hospital' Radio Station Contest May Be Called Off (Tasteless Alert)

    01/10/2003 7:11:06 AM PST · by BaghdadBarney · 6 replies · 361+ views
    The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette ^ | 1/10/03 | Lori Shontz
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The friendly woman behind the counter yesterday afternoon at the Titans Team Store in the Coliseum said she was sorry, but she had no information on the gurney race that was supposed to take place nearby and award to the winner two tickets to tomorrow's Steelers-Titans playoff game. She was happy to try to get some, however, and headed directly for the phone. "What are they going to do," she asked over her shoulder, "put an injured Pittsburgh Steeler on the gurney?" Told that she had summed up the contest in one sentence, the woman gasped. "I...