Posts Tagged ‘football’
 

 
Jamarcus Russell Comeback

JaMarcus Russell Has Another Shot At The NFL

This Friday, JaMarcus Russell will be one of three quarterbacks working out for the Chicago Bears. For those who don’t know, Russell is arguably the biggest bust in NFL history. Drafted by the Oakland Raiders in 2007, Rus...
by Jordan Scheltgen
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NFL Conference Championship Predictions

1. San Francisco 49ers @ Atlanta Falcons (+3.5) The 49ers roll into Atlanta after a record breaking performance by Colin Kaepernick.  The Falcons struggle against running quarterbacks which means Kaepernick could have another ...
by Jansen
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NFL Divisional Playoff Predictions

Last week’s perfect start will be a tough act to follow.  I find the divisional round to be typically the toughest to bet on.  You are always faced with the same questions: Are the home teams well rested or rusty?  Are the...
by Jansen
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NFL Wild Card Playoff Predictions

After a very entertaining regular season (and hopefully for you gamblers – a profitable one), we have finally reached the NFL playoffs. With that, we say goodbye to 14 point underdogs (ie. Kansas City) and prepare for...
by Jansen
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NFL Teams

NFL Week 14 Predictions

Denver Broncos @ Oakland Raiders Opposing quarterbacks are averaging a QB rating of 100.7 against the Raiders this season.  Something tells me Peyton should have a good night. Pick: Broncos St. Louis Rams @ Buffalo Bills The R...
by Jansen
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NFL Week 12 Predictions

Houston Texans @ Detroit Lions The niche pick here is the Lions.  They are at home on Thanksgiving and played a close game against the Packers, while the Texans are coming off their worst performance of the year, narrowly esca...
by Jansen
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NFL Week 11 Predictions

Miami Dolphins @ Buffalo Bills The Dolphins aren’t great against the pass and the Bills can throw the ball around a bit.  I expect a classic AFC East battle that is close until the very end. Pick: Buffalo Arizona Cardinals @...
by Jansen
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NFL Teams

NFL Week 10 Predictions

Indianapolis Colts @ Jacksonville Jaguars The Colts were my preseason wildcard pick for the playoffs because of a fairly easy schedule and my boy Andrew Luck.  Jacksonville historically is a tough out at home during primetime ...
by Jansen
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3 And Out – Thoughts From Week 9 In The NFL

Swiss Cheese O-Lines In all my years of watching football, I’ve never seen offensive line play as poorly as we saw with Arizona and Philadelphia. For those who are foreign to the battle in football’s trenches, offensive...
by Jansen
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NFL Week 9 Predictions

As the standings start to become more and more clear we are left with a few questions. Are the Broncos the best team in the AFC? Can anyone stop Atlanta? When will it be Tebow time in New York? Kansas City Chiefs @ San Diego Ch...
by Jansen
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NFL Week 8 Predictions

Going 12-1 last week felt great (even though things went as expected in most of the games).  Currently sit tied for 3rd amongst ESPN analysts.  This week is a big one! Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Minnesota Vikings The Vikings are ...
by Jansen
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NFL Week 7 Predictions

As always, if you disagree let me know in the comments section below. Seattle Seahawks @ San Francisco 49ers The 49ers will rally from an embarrassing home defeat.  The Seahawks offense is predicated on running the football. I...
by Jansen
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3 And Out – Thoughts From Week 6 In The NFL

It’s a league where being ‘clutch’ pays off, week 6 in the NFL only pushed this idea further. The Manning brothers seem to be almost untouchable, Baltimore is in shambles after losing their future Hall of Fame...
by Jansen
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NFL Teams

NFL Week 6 Predictions

So your team hasn’t started out the way you wanted them to (Packers fans I’m looking at you). I have one suggestion – take a deep breath and relax. It’s the NFL, things change all the time. The Jets could finish 13-...
by Jansen
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3 and Out – Thoughts From Week 5 In The NFL

No week in the NFL is short of surprises. Week five showed us to never underestimate a team which has got emotion on their side, quarterbacks in this era are for real and it’s not about playing 60 minutes, but rather 16 g...
by Jansen
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3 and Out – Thoughts from Week 2 in the NFL

CAVE is introducing a new weekly segment, where Jansen Shrubb our resident NFL expert will address three issues from the previous week of games. Agree or disagree? We want to hear about it in the comments section below. The Kne...
by Jansen
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Jordan Scheltgen

Imperfect Perfection – Letter from the Editor

It was the summer of 1997 when I first put on football pads. I was a nine year old boy, who until this point hadn’t really played any sport seriously. To be honest, I had no idea how the game even worked. Though, I was lucky ...
by Jordan Scheltgen
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Tebow/Sanchez the NFL’s Version of Dave and Buster

I could barely conceal my frustration when the news hit my phone. The taunting texts came pouring in and followed me for days. That I did not respond did not lessen their volume or voracity. My Giants-and Patriots-supporting fr...
by Joe Issid
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CAVE Men of the Week: Shamawd Chambers and Dylan Hollohan

“There have been grumblings that his sights may be at an even bigger stage, with a possibility of the NFL calling.”   Unusual frigid temperatures could not prevent top CFL Coaches, GMs, players, and family me...
by CAVE Editors
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A Year Ago Had I Told You….

The thing that makes the NFL so exciting is how unpredictable it can be.  Unlike any other sport, teams can turn from pretender to contender in a matter of weeks and the story lines surrounding players take many twists and tur...
by Jansen
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Tebow for MVP? I’d rather have Skelton

When Skelton started for the first time this year in week 8 the Cardinals were just 1-6 and were looking like potential first overall pick candidates. But, with Skelton under center the Cardinals went 6-2 over their final 8 gam...
by CAVE Editors
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Michael Vick: Let the man live

I was confused when I read that according to Neilsen and E-Poll Market Reseach that 60 percent of random Americans admit that they dislike Michael Vick, the most of all NFL players. Spots below him with a less than majority num...
by CAVE Editors
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Athlete Feature: Argos Receiver Spencer Watt

At CAVE we got the opportunity to sit down with Toronto Argonauts receiver Spencer Watt. Drafted by the Argonauts in the 3rd Round (18th overall) in the 2010 CFL Canadian Draft. He signed with Toronto on May 19, 2010. Watt is ...
by Jordan Scheltgen
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