NFL Football Information

Super Bowl XLV

Although I am not a fan of either the Pittsburgh Steelers or the Green Bay Packers I will still be tuned into the Super Bowl. Hopefully it will be a good game and the Packers will come out on top. As a die hard Dallas Cowboy fan I just can’t imagine a situation where I […]

Dallas Cowboys on Monday Night Football

Talk about a love hate relationship, me and watching the Cowboys. I was raised a Cowboy fan, and I despised Jerry Jones when he fired the beloved Tom Landry, but I could not stop being a Cowboy fan. And now long after the Jimmy Johnson era I still have to root for Dallas. So here […]

Brett Favre Retires

After 17 years Brett Favre retires, no really. I hate to say it, but the first thing that comes to my mind is that I am old. I clearly remember when Brett Favre came into the NFL as an Atlanta Falcon. And think about that, after one year in Atlanta they traded Brett Favre to […]

Eddie Robinson

Ex-Grambling coach Eddie Robinson died at the age of 88 in Monroe, LA. He’s noted for sending more than 200 players to NFL.

Football questions this week.

1.) Can the Colts offense get past the Bears defense? 2.) Can the Bears offense get past themselves? 3.) Is Norv Turner the next Dallas Cowboys Head Coach? 4.) Did Jerry Jones really consider Wade Phillips as a possible candidate?

Still gotta love those Saints

Even though they were no match for the Chicago Bears today, ya gotta still love those Saints. A year after Katrina the New Orleans Saints were definitely a rare bright spot in the Big Easy. And you know Cowboy Maloney has to be breathing a little easier today! Now let’s see what the AFC game […]

Romo leads the Cowboys home

Well that didn’t last long. With one play Tony Romo showed the Dallas Cowboys where the exit was at Qwest Stadium. Hard to be real upset with him, he was the main reason the Cowboys made it to the playoffs, and I know I would not want to go through the next 6 months like […]

Dallas Cowboys clinch Playoff berth !

Thanks to Tony Romo and Marion Barber III I have a reason to watch NFL football for the rest of the year (while I wait for Nascar to start up again!). Although I will admit that I would keep watching the New Orleans Saints too ! Being a Drew Bledsoe fan the move to Romo […]

Matt Leinart finally signed

The first-round pick of the Arizona Cardinals signed a six-year contract.Out of 255 players taken in this years NFL Draft, Leinhart was the last to agree to a contract. Financial terms were not disclosed, but you can be assured it was way too much. ESPN reported that the contract was worth a max of $50 […]

Clinton Portis dislocates shoulder

In the first preseason game of the year for the Washington Redskins, Clinton Portis dislocated his shoulder attempting a tackle on a Mark Brunell pass that had been intercepted.An MRI has already confirmed the injury and now it will be a waiting game to see how bad the injury is and how long the rehab […]

Cowboys sign Williams

The Dallas Cowboys signed Roy Williams to an extension, and that is good news. But, if you read between the lines you will see the bad news. America’s Team is in some real trouble on the marketing (players) front. “He probably is the second-most visible player we’ve got on this team right now, Terrell (Owens) […]

Reggie Bush signs with Saints

Heisman Trophy winner Reggie Bush signed a six-year contract Saturday with the New Orleans Saints.The Saints announced this morning that he may not practice today, but should be in practice tomorrow, Tuesday August 1st. The Saints are holding their Training Camp at Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi.

Ready for some Football

It’s that time again. NFL Training Camps are up and running, draft picks are holding out. Old timers are trying to find that new team to help ignite their career one more time.The Top 10 from Draft day are certainly under the microscope, that is, if they showed up to Training Camp yet. 1. Houston […]

NFL – Race an issue

I really do not understand this. Why do people have to be racially motivated to stir up trouble. In an article on ESPN by Michael Smith, he says… “And so the NFL’s diversity record remains six African-American coaches out of 32. A disappointing loss and an opportunity lost, for sure. But as can be the […]

Aikman, White among finalists for Pro Football Hall

NFL – Aikman, White among finalists for Pro Football Hall: “CANTON, Ohio — Former Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman and the late Reggie White were among the 15 finalists Wednesday for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.” I personally can not see how Aikman can miss, but, I am a little biased, having been a Dallas […]

Back to Work

Finally back to work today. I have been off since last Wednseday, and I was ready to come back to work. Vacation and Holidays always sound great, but, after a few days I am always ready to get back to my regular schedule. I know, I must be sick or something. I really enjoy my […]

Professional Sports

As a kid growing up I was a major NFL Football fan. My beloved Dallas Cowboys were as close to my heart as anything else in life. Over the years I never missed a game. In 1997 when I moved to Mississippi I purchased Direct TV for the sole purpose of getting all the Cowboy […]