Remember Devin Hester doing this for the Bears a few years back, or was that Cobb for the Packers?
MNF lost a lot of luster for me when it went to ESPN. Even more so now that I don't have a cable or satellite service. I definitely agree that fewer
Gosh, I was going to bed. Now I have to do some thinking and digging hahahahaha.
The first thing that pops into my head is taking A.J. Hawk
Can you expound on this history some more? With the possible exception of Janis, who remains young and may yet earn his opportunities, I'm coming up blank.
Good Point, but sometimes it seems like I'm reading crap from a bunch of silly old ladies who get all worked up over very little. I would assume there
I'm good with this. Perhaps they'll retrench a bit and build more value into their delivery for more hardcore consumers rather than dumbing it down in
Then what are we doing here?
I think MNF has been in decline for a while. Sunday Night is now the marquee game. I sure don't watch MNF like I used to. You also have 2 teams from the
People in this forum seem too hyper over the concussion thing. I've seen it many times regarding Abbrederis; Now the same with Shields. Maybe his career
Man, my eyes are not working very well...
I'm not sure where one would find the roots of the rule but I do see the possibility of there being too much of an advantage to kicking to the sideline
Don't look now, but another arrow in the quiver of those who predict a decline in the future for the NFL, such as Mark Cuban. MNF posted an anemic 5.7
I'm seeing reports where they think he's done for the year. He's not going to be the guy who they bring back later in the year.
To me, the kickoff isn't meant to be as strategical as a punt. The team kicking off just scored (unless it is the start of a half) and the purpose of
A little light on key games this week. Giants upsetting the Vikes would be key - for Packer fans anyway.
I guess it makes for an interesting occurrence once every five years or so. I'd love to see someone launch a drop-kick through the uprights in the middle
Oops. Could be. I thought it was Tasker.
^^^^Isn't that Mark Kelso?
Good point and I'd say right on. If he needs to be the field general he loses some of the aggressiveness that he needs to make plays. Also in Burnett's
There is no penalty for punting out of bounds, and it doesn't matter what causes the out of bounds to occur. There is a penalty for kickoffs out of bounds,