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  1. Implosion and the Jets

    Back in August, I did my predictions for the playoffs. I left the Jets off. My main reasons for that were I felt the Raiders would be a shocking (to most) playoff team and that the Steelers would take WC slot 2. I, of course, had the Pats winning the East, so that leaves no room for the Jets.

    Was my prediction homerism?

    No. I didn't like the moves that the Jets were making with personnel. Now, let's be clear, I don't think that Rex has lost his locker room. I ...
  2. How to Score in the NFL, week 5

    How to score in the NFL.

    There are myriad of ways to score points in the NFL, but they can roughly be divided into 3 units:

    Special Teams: Punt and Kick returns, Extra Points, and FGs are all the responsibility of this unit.
    Offense: These are solely attributed to the offense, either 6 points for a rushing or receiving TD, or 2 points for a conversion after a touchdown.
    Defense: Scoring through TAINT or Safeties, a scoring defense is a scary defense. ...
  3. My week 5 Recap

    Week 5 is in the books, and the bye weeks have begun. This week, the Niners surprise, the Jets have internal issues, the Bills rebound, and Tebow-mania fires up. Here we go.

    Week 5 Power Rankings:

    32. Miami Dolphins-Sage Rosenfels should have had a 1-hr ESPN special to announce he was going to Miami.
    31. St Louis Rams-They get an extra week to prepare for Green Bay. They need an extra year.
    30. Indianapolis Colts-Somebody apparently reminded them they ...
  4. Journal of A Mad NFL Fan Week Five

    Week Five has come and gone but Man oh Man was it filled with the usual intrigue that keeps us Football Junkies. We had a key substitution, another team off the O-Fer snide and a game winning INT that clinched an emotional win. We send Love to for their assistance with the box scores, stats and more reality of the crashing dreams of the Philly team!

    -We start with the Raiders visiting the Houston Texans. Now, look. We know that Al Davis was made fun of for various reasons in ...
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  5. Why the front office matters

    Two weeks before the season started, the Colts signed the retired Kerry Collins for 4 million after learning that Peyton Manning would miss at least three months of the season. This move was not popular in the Colt locker room, where even the rarely headling making Reggie Wayne called out his teams front office for the move.

    Five days before the season started, South Jacksonville High released David Garrard and his 8 million dollar salary. The reasons given to CBS, who shared them ...