The NFL has seen its share of bad calls in the past, but they are bound to happen because no-one is perfect and people make mistakes. 2013 appears to be the year of a lot more referee mistake than usual though and another big gaffe happened on Sunday.
The NFL is looking to make its global following much bigger than it already is, but they’ve got to have some things straightened out before people will accept it. That includes having some incredibly strange happenings going on around the different teams.
The NFL is full of common news bits such as injuries and signings, but there are also the weird tales that make it even more intriguing. Who would have thought that someone could make so much money and never get drafted? And who would have thought a referee would be banned for trash talking?
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There is a lot of blame going around the NFL lately and fingers are being pointed in just about every direction imaginable. One player though is taking matters into his own hands and promising to do something that could take him to another level.
There is a lot of anger going around in the NFL lately, and some of it is quite justified. Some of it, on the other hand, is just incredibly strange and uncalled for.
All news about NFL isn’t always about football, and doesn’t always have to do with the action that takes place on the field. A couple of coaches dealt with some scares over the weekend. A teammate made another feel like an outsider. And a murder from years ago finally gets a conviction.
Young scored three times Sunday, including a 4-yard run in overtime that gave the Washington Redskins a 30-24 win over the San Diego Chargers.
Trying to extend their win streak to a season-high, three games, the San Diego Chargers travel to the nation’s capital, hoping to avoid a letdown against Robert Griffin III and the struggling Washington Redskins.
Chargers tight end Antonio Gates said he can understand Brandon Meriweather’s frustration after being suspended for multiple helmet-first hits against defenseless receivers.
NFL football is always looked at as a violent sport, and it is due to the hard-hitting, big-time smacks, and all around tackling. One big problem is when some coaches and/or players take it a bit too far and start getting too serious.
Following a week off to heal some injuries and rework some strategies on offense and defense, the San Diego Chargers returned to the practice field on Monday looking to pick up where they left off before their bye week.
After having a chance to mend some injuries and refocus on their long-term objectives, the San Diego Chargers come off of their bye week this Sunday when they travel to Maryland to meet the Washington Redskins.
The Cleveland Browns may finally realize that it is time to cut ties as Brandon Weeden is not the answer. Brandon Meriweather appealed to the masses and semi-won. The Dallas Cowboys may end up traveling to London to take on the hapless Jacksonville Jaguars. You never really know what will happen in the NFL day to day.
When I first heard the cacophonous call for Daniel Snyder to change the name of his football team, I cringed. It felt like the sport we worshiped since childhood was under siege, crushed by the tide of groupthink.
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There is a lot of change going on in the NFL already, and some teams truly need it. The Redskins are sitting at 0-3 but RG3 feels change is coming. The Buccaneers are changing quarterbacks. Oakland may have to do the same, thanks to a concussion and an investigation.