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The National Football League has been playing regular season football in London since 2007 and after playing three games in three consecutive weeks at Wembley during the 2018 season, the NFL has decided to add another game and another stadium to play in. The NFL hasn't announced which teams will play in those four games … Continue reading NFL Expanding London Action Next Season
After yesterday's 33-18 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers the Cleveland Browns have fired Head Coach Hue Jackson and Offensive Coordinator Todd Haley. This moves comes as a surprise to me since they've had plenty of reasons to fire Jackson for years and yet have insisted that Jackson was their HC and trusted his ability. But … Continue reading Browns Clear House After Loss to Steelers
After a slightly lackluster Week 7 performances across the league, two teams made quite a splash early in the week with shocking trades. These trades signaled to fans and analysts that these teams have given up hope for their seasons turning around and given a glimpse of what could ensure in the last days leading … Continue reading Raiders Tanking 2018 Season & Could the Giants Be Joining Them?
Monday night there were four roughing the passer fouls called between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Pittsburgh Steelers, bringing the grand total to 34 through three weeks of National Football League action. But the NFL's competition committee doesn't seem to be in a rush to solve the problem. And fans thought the new helmet rule … Continue reading The NFL’s Rougher the Passer Problem
After a fairly disappointing opening weekend, I hoped that the Monday Night Football doubleheader was going to turn it all around and I wasn't wrong. While I'm shocked that Sam Darnold was able to turn on his football genius and completely stomped on the Detriot Lions, I'm more surprised by what happened during the Oakland … Continue reading Raiders Can Blame Their Loss on Jon Gruden
First the Oakland Raiders sign Jon Gruden to a $100 million dollar contract to get him out of the broadcasting booth and back on the sidelines, then they trade away star Defensive End Khalil Mack to the Chicago Bears. Now the city of Oakland is filing a lawsuit against that team that could leave them … Continue reading What’s Going on in Oakland?