Mike Eshleman Sports Writer Super Bowl XLIX was certainly one to remember for many different reasons. This game involved multiple storylines, young players making huge plays and some controversy. On one side, there was a dynasty from the early 2000s Continue reading
Troy Losey Jr. Staff Writer The beginning of the year was one that brought much conversation to the NFL about how it was a lock to see Seattle take on Denver in the Super Bowl for a consecutive year that Continue reading
Troy Losey Jr. Staff Writer At the beginning of the 2014 season many questions were being asked about certain teams and how far they could go. Many thought that the only teams that really had a chance to make runs Continue reading
Rachel Keslosky Staff Writer Baltimore Ravens fans everywhere are rejoicing over this week’s win against our team’s rival, the Pittsburgh Steelers. This particular Ravens’ fan is not rejoicing over the NFL’s poor judgment calls in regards to Ray Rice. To Continue reading
Chris Norton Sports Editor All-American defensive end Michael Sam was recently named SEC Defensive Player of the Year for his outstanding performance with the Missouri Tigers in the 2013 season. Now entering the 2014 NFL Draft, Sam has been projected Continue reading
Chris Norton Sports Editor Not many players in the National Football Leauge possess such infamy like that of controversial defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh. In his young three-year career, Suh has managed to create quite a reputation. To no surprise, he Continue reading
Dan Lancellotti Assoc. Arts and Culture Editor The NFL would not allow replacement referees to give interviews, but now that the lockout has been lifted, Jim Winterberg is speaking out. Winterberg’s crew was considered the best in the NFL. Out Continue reading
Alex Geli Sports Writer It all started with the catchthat- wasn’t-really-a-catch heard ‘round the world. Who could forget? On the last Monday night of September at CenturyLink Field, week three of the young NFL season was wrapping up with a Continue reading
The wait is finally over. After living off of the NFL top ten and Total Access since April’s draft, real football has returned. The first week showed us many things, mainly that the preseason means NOTHING. Minnesota, picked by many Continue reading
1. St. Louis- Sam Bradford Quarterback (QB) Oklahoma: Franchise QB potential who is too tempting to pass up. With no offensive line to protect the brittle Bradford, he is set up for failure.
2. Detroit- Ndamukong Suh Defensive tackle (DT) Nebraska: Arguably the best player in the draft, Suh is perfect for what ails a putrid Lions defense.