Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has done tremendous work for the Pittsburgh Steelers during his storied 13 season career with the team, but it's safe to assume he won't be playing much longer. This reality is something the black and gold need to begin addressing right now as they evaluate the future at their quarterback position. … [Read more...] about Where Will the Pittsburgh Steelers go at QB After Ben Roethlisberger?
PBS and its show Frontline aired the highly anticipated documentary 'League of Denial,' a look into the National Football League's handling of concussions Tuesday night. Reactions have ranged from astonished to let down. For those like me who have followed the NFL long enough, the information provided was nothing new. … [Read more...] about ‘League of Denial’: Nothing we did not know
Things “Joestradamus” has in common with the Chicago Bears: we’re both 2-0. According to my prediction this week, we should both have no problems making it 3-0. … [Read more...] about Chicago Bears Predictions: Week 3
The offseason in Chicago usually leaves fans cringing and complaining about what the team did (or didn’t do) to “get better”. This offseason, however, has set the Chicago Bears up to take a huge leap forward this season and for many to come. Part 1: Coaching Staff Part 2: Free Agency Part 3: NFL Draft … [Read more...] about Chicago Bears Full Offseason Recap Part 4: Overall
Have no doubt about it, the Pittsburgh Steelers are still one of the premier teams in the NFL, but unfortunately that doesn't always equate in the game of fantasy. Injuries and a resulting inconsistent offense has fans and fantasy owners alike hoping for more than the petty 20.3 points per game (tied for 21st) they put up in 2011. Here are the guys in Pittsburgh that you … [Read more...] about Pittsburgh Steelers 2012 Fantasy Preview
Just so you know, the Colts have made a few major changes this offseason. Bill and Chris Polian are gone. In their place is new general manager Ryan Grigson, formerly a member of the Philadelphia Eagles' front office. Oh, and former coach Jim Caldwell also is out of town. The new guy? Chuck Pagano, who spent the 2011 season as the Baltimore Ravens' defensive coordinator. … [Read more...] about The only story with the Indianapolis Colts is Peyton Manning
It's not that the New England Patriots secondary is the worst in NFL history- I still think it's a tie between the 1995 Atlanta Falcons (after Deion $anders and Tim McKyer left, D.J. Johnson was their "best" DB) and the 2010 Houston Texans (you and I could have burned them for a TD...if we had a good QB getting us the ball). It's that the Patriots have the worst pass defense … [Read more...] about Steelers Hines Ward is Right- New England Secondary is AWFUL
This might be as good a chance to get that first win of 2011 as the Indianapolis Colts might get in this second quarter of the NFL season. The Colts (0-4) welcome the similarly struggling Kansas City Chiefs (1-3) to Lucas Oil Stadium at 1 p.m. today in search of a victory that has eluded them thus far this season. There are several reasons why Indy can come out on top in … [Read more...] about Indianapolis Colts Eye First Win against Kansas City Chiefs