Photo courtesy of playqb.com. Tom Brady (pictured above) stole the show in the opening weekend by topping the 500 yard passing mark.
By Wesley Kaminsky
24-37, 422 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception. You know who’s stat line that was in week one? Not Aaron Rodgers, not Drew Brees, and not Tom Brady’s. It was Cam Newton’s, who started his career off with a bang.
Would Newton steal the show in week one? Think again. Tom Brady had different plans on Monday Night Football as he threw for an astounding 517 yards in Miami. Yeah, you read that correctly.
That’s just the kind of week it was in week one, full of surprises. Playoff teams such as the Steelers, Chiefs, and Falcons got rocked opening weekend, while the Bills and Lions won on the road. It was a weird week in the NFL, and here is the good news, we are just getting started. Continue reading
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By Josh Kramer
Today was easily the wildest day in sports all year. Or at least it ranks right up there with the first couple of days of this year’s March Madness. A call that may become as remembered in Pittsburgh as the unforgettable Franco Harris “Immaculate Reception” occurred during the wee hours of the night. A no-hitter happened early this afternoon. Major trade action has been going on all day in the MLB. Butch Davis received the axe from UNC. And of course, non stop football action as the craziest free agency period of all time trudges on.
Sure the Panthers re-signing of an overpriced DeAngelo Williams was nice for Carolina. Tennessee adding Seattle’s best QB of all time in Matt Hasselbeck to their team was big. The Jets bringing back Santonio Holmes was a major move. And of course Sidney Rice heading to Seattle was very headline worthy. Granted he will be running routes for the very up and down Tavaris Jackson who he is somewhat familiar with from his Minnesota days. But one transaction caught my eye more than all of the others today. And if you have not been living under a box, you are already more than aware of what move I am talking about.
Donovan McNabb to the Vikings. Continue reading
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Tagged Adrian Peterson, Brett Favre, Brian Westbrook, DeAngelo Williams, Donovan McNabb, John Elway, Matt Hasselbeck, Mike Shanahan, Minnesota Vikings, NFC, NFL, Percy Harvin, Philadelphia Eagles, Santonio Holmes, Sidney Rice, Super Bowl, Tavaris Jackson, Terrell Owens, Washington Redskins