• Posts Tagged ‘NFL’

    Braylon Edwards traded to Jets [Fantasy Impact]

    by  • October 7, 2009 • News • 5 Comments

    Coming off the heels of allegations that he assaulted a friend of LeBron James and a Week 4 game in which Braylon Edwards caught absolutely nothing, it’s surprising to see him be swept away to the New York Jets in a trade this morning. But for the Jets, this move makes sense. They needed...

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    A Fool and His Money – Week 4

    by  • October 4, 2009 • Best Bets • 2 Comments

    Bengals (-5.5) over BROWNS The Bengals beat the Packers and Steelers in back-to-back games. The Browns finally benched Ms. Quinn, but Derek Anderson somehow managed to play worse in his second half debut. I have to imagine it’s tough for anybody to like the Browns in this one. Lions (+10) over BEARS The first...

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    NFL Draft 2009: The live blog has landed

    by  • April 25, 2009 • News • 5 Comments

    Welcome to the NFL Draft 2009 live blog. Snag a spot on the couch and crack open a cold beverage of your choice. There’s going to be plenty of time to build a comfy groove on the couch today. Oh, and my excitement quivers are still going strong. How about you? How to play:...

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    NFL Draft 2009: We be live bloggin’

    by  • April 24, 2009 • Site News • 7 Comments

    Update: Join us on the NFL Draft 2009 live blog now. Oh yes, it’s time for the NFL draft, but the only thing worse than watching the NFL draft for hours and hours this weekend is watching it out without friends and snarky commentary. Never fear. We have you covered. Fools will be live...

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    Why T.O. will be a Cowboy in 2009

    by  • February 18, 2009 • Culture, News • 10 Comments

    Since “Pacman” Adam Jones’ release, the talk of the Dallas Cowboys has been change. If not at the coaching position, currently filled by the Pillsbury Doughboy Wade Phillips, fans are crying out for Terrell Owens to get out of town. But that’s just crazy talk. Jerry Jones recently pointed out his silence as a...

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