Arizona Cardinals running back Rashard Mendenhall will retire. Yes, at the tender age of 26. How's that for a surprise to kick off NFL free agency? UPDATE: Rashard Mendenhall explains his retirement decision to HuffPo ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter first reported this development. Mendenhall battled turf toe for much last season. When he finally got to be 100%, Mendenhall … [Read more...] about Cardinals RB Rashard Mendenhall explains his retirement
Super Bowl XLV
It's now been a week since the Green Bay Packers won Super Bowl XLV and as soon as I emerged from my cholesterol slumber that was my Super Bowl party my attention immediately turned to two questions: Where are my pants? and outside the obvious, who else will be impacted by an NFL lockout? On our first Sunday without football, we have to prepare for the possibility of many … [Read more...] about NFL Lockout: Top 5 Impacted Parties outside the League
The Lombardi Trophy is returning to Green Bay as the Packers defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-25 in Super Bowl XLV. It's the Packers fourth Super Bowl victory and 13th overall championship. Welcome Aaron Rodgers to the class of NFL's elite quarterbacks because his 304 yards and three touchdowns couldn't have been on a bigger stage or against a better defense. For his … [Read more...] about Green Bay Packers Are 2011 Super Bowl Champions
A few days ago I was wasting a few minutes on Sporcle.com (well, actually it was closer to an hour) and I came across one very interesting quiz that led to the inception of an idea which was very unpopular inside my very own brain from the second the synapse fired. In fact, the minute I let it out it's going to be looked down upon among most of my family and friends and even … [Read more...] about Aaron Rodgers: Draft Day Bummer to Super Bowl Champion?
Green Bay Packers defensive back Charles Woodson is making his second trip to the Super Bowl. As he makes his next trip to the NFL title game to take on the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl 45, his play is aging like a fine wine. And it’s fitting because Woodson is an oenophile who developed his interest in wine while playing for Oakland, near the world famous Napa Valley. … [Read more...] about Packers Woodson Aging Like Wine, Deserved Higher Spot Among Big 10 Icons
We finally have the match-up set for the 2010 NFL Championship. The Green Bay Packers will meet the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl 45. They'll battle in Arlington, Texas at Cowboys Stadium a.k.a. "Jerry's World," "The House that Jerry Built," "DeathStar," "Boss Hog Bowl," "Jones Town," and "Jones-Mahal." The $1.2 Billion palace was financed mostly by Jerry Jones … [Read more...] about Super Bowl 45 Site, Cowboys Stadium: Behind the Scenes Tour!
Each and every year, the media entrenches the masses with positive stories surrounding the two football teams in the Super Bowl. This goes on for a full two weeks following the conclusion of the conference championship games. However, the ugly truth is that the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers have both had their fair share of negative publicity in the last couple … [Read more...] about Packers-Steelers: The Forgotten Headlines
Pittsburgh Steelers’ wide receiver Hines Ward will be looking to win his third Super Bowl today. But does he still get the respect that he deserves? Sure, we all know that he is the most violent wide-receiver that has ever played the game. I mean, sometimes he plays the position like he is on defense with the vicious blocks he has made over the years. And he is one of the … [Read more...] about Is Steelers WR Hines Ward Underrated?