Photo courtesy of zimbio.com. Ray Lewis (pictured above) is always excited to meet rookie quarterbacks. On Sunday, he will get his first introductions to Cincinnati rookie QB Andy Dalton.
By Josh Kramer
Everyone is more than aware that football is a rough sport and that the NFL is the pinnacle of physicality. But last week was flat-out bad. I cannot think of a week in recent memory where more guys went down. Despite all of the injuries though, there were some great games. San Francisco found a way to beat a tough Giants team in New York. The Pittsburgh Steelers ripped the hearts out of their rivals in Cincinnati, ending the Who Dey’s first five-game winning streak since 1988. And the Green Bay Packers continued their march towards perfection with a phenomenal showing on Monday Night Football.
As has become the tradition, we are once again having “TheSportsKraze Pick’em Challenge.”
The participants this season are as follows:
TheSportsKraze (TSK) (defending champion)-Josh Kramer-Founder/Editor-In-Chief of “TheSportsKraze” and former ESPN intern.
CV3-Chad Vordenberge-An elite high school wide receiver and a very successful business owner.
CB-Craig Baker-A former collegiate baseball player and current special education teacher.
DC-David Clark-A dedicated sports fan who was coached by TheSportsKraze on his fraternity flag football team. After playing for TheSportsKraze, he has developed a slow but steady motivation to show his coach who the real pick’em champion is.
After Week 10, here is the scoreboard.
Week 11 Slate: Continue reading
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Tagged AFC, Andy Dalton, Blaine Gabbert, Cam Newton, Carson Palmer, Cedric Benson, Chris Johnson, Ed Reed, Lebron James, Marshawn Lynch, Matt Cassel, Ndamukong Suh, NFC, NFL, Philip Rivers, Ray Lewis, Ray Rice, Terrell Suggs
Photo courtesy of zimbio.com. Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow (pictured above) continues to shock the world with his winning ways.
By Josh Kramer
It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s Tim Tebow? Yet again NFL headlines are being dominated by the one and only Tim Tebow. The Tebow phenomenon has become one of the most unexplainable storylines in all of sports. Nobody, including myself, believe this guy has any business being a starting quarterback in the National Football League. Yet he keeps winning.
That is all Tim Tebow does. He wins. Just the way he does it, absolutely blows your mind. Tim Tebow has become the LeBron James of the NFL. He is rapidly becoming the most well-known figure in the sport. Though he constantly dominates the tabloids in a similar fashion to the King, the Gator God is by no means one of the game’s elite players. He by no means is even an above average player. But he is still a mega star to say the least.
Tim Tebow will give you the opposite of what King James will get you. He plays awful for well over three quarters. and then brings out his best in the fourth (Lebron gives you three great quarters and then his worst in the fourth). The real question is would you prefer three quarters, or one? Continue reading
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Tagged Aaron Rodgers, Andre Ware, Danny Wuerrfel, Denver Broncos, Eric Crouch, Florida Gators, Jason White, Lebron James, Merril Hoge, New York Jets, NFL, Rex Grossman, Ron Dayne, San Diego Chargers, Steve Young, Tim Tebow, Tom Brady