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Top 9 Corners Under 25

We have seen lists consisting of who people think are the top five QBs under 25, as well as top RBs and WRs under 25. There have also been lists of who the top five remaining free agents are, as well as top active safeties. Unfortunately, no one has made a list of who they think are the top CBs age 25 and under. So, allow us to enlighten you on who we think are those top candidates. [caption id="attachment_ ...

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9 Games I’m looking forward To In The First Month Of The NFL Season (Pre-Draft)

1.    Baltimore Ravens @ Denver Broncos - Thursday, September 5, 8:30 p.m. [caption id="attachment_13550" align="aligncenter" width="610"] via celebritynetworth.com[/caption] In the opener of the regular season, the defending champion Baltimore Ravens will meet the Denver Broncos in a rematch of the AFC divisional matchup in the 2012 playoffs in which the Ravens stunned the Broncos in overtime with a game w ...

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What Happened To The AFC?

It took three consecutive years of NFC supremacy in the Super Bowl, an MVP from Green Bay, and a season without Peyton Manning for it to happen, but in September 2012 football analysts across the country were ready to label the NFC as the dominant conference in the National Football League.  The pundits argued that the era of Brady vs. Manning had become the time of Rodgers vs. Manning; Eli Manning, not Pey ...

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Post-Draft NFL Power Rankings

With the draft in the books and free agency activity slowing, it’s finally time for the first edition of 2012 power rankings. In the parenthesis are my projected records for each time. 1. New York Giants (12-4) The Giants have been relatively quiet in free agency this year. I wasn’t a huge fan of their first round selection of David Wilson, but it wasn’t a horrible pick by any stretch either. Wilson will be ...

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NFL Power Rankings: Final Regular Season Edition

  1. Green Bay Packers (15-1)-The record-breaking success of backup quarterback Matt Flynn against the Lions can only hurt Aaron Rodger’s chances for an MVP, if only in that it creates a shadow of a doubt as to whether or not Rodgers deserves the nod over Drew Brees.   2. New Orleans Saints (13-3)-While the Packers may be the odd on favorites to win in Indianapolis, the Saints are probably the hot ...

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Week 16 NFL Power Rankings

1. Green Bay Packers (13-1)-The Packers played their worst football of the season Sunday at Kansas City, but what’s more concerning than a fluke of a game, are the injuries that are beginning to pile up on the offensive line. 2. New Orleans Saints (11-3)-It’s a little unfair for Drew Brees that it’s already such a preconceived notion that Aaron Rodgers will be the 2011 NFL MVP. He deserves at least a little ...

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NFL Power Rankings Week 15

  Despite the fact that five of the top seven teams came up with pretty unimpressive performances on Sunday, the top seven slots still contain the same seven teams in the Week 15 edition of the Power Rankings. Green Bay Packers (13-0)-Packers fans should feel very relieved with Monday’s news that Greg Jennings will only miss the remainder of the regular season and no playoff time. Baltimore Ravens (10- ...

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