The NFL is growing more popular in the UK. More and more people are staying up late and tuning into the NFL's version of the FA Cup... The Super Bowl. This article is aimed at those in the UK or elsewhere, who are intending to watch the Super Bowl for the first time, and need a little help in following what's happening on the screen.
Super Bowl party? Think football is complicated? Take 10 minutes and have enough knowledge to understand what's going on and appreciate the United States' favorite sport.
This article examines the controversy around fantasy football by comparing it to short-term stock trading and explores whether fantasy football is a game of skill or chance.
Team defenses is one area that is often overlooked but can make the difference in your fantasy football playoffs. Get ahead of the competition and pick up those with attractive matchups weeks before you would use them.
Despite recent negative press about the risks of playing football, the sport remains wildly popular. The risk of brain injury is one of many risks facing NFL football players, but it has not slowed down the game. Could that be changing after the early, voluntary retirement of a star 24-year old NFL linebacker?
A Cowboys fan's objective look at the Dez Bryant catch that wasn't.
With the superbowl coming down to the Patriots and Seahawks, many people are wondering what team will come out on top. Both rosters have fey players that will dictate the outcome of the game. One of the biggest key players for Seattle is none other than Marshawn Lynch.
As the 2014 season comes to a close, some teams scramble to make it in to the playoffs, and some prepare for the off-season, knowing they are done for this year. The question still hangs in the air, who are the most dominant wide receivers in the NFL heading in to the playoffs?
Sometimes you just need a motivational speaker or life coach to help push you to the next level of where you want to go. Whether you're traditionally a big fan, or hesitant to give them a chance, this list has a great list of speakers who don't settle for fluff and can give you both the motivation and guidance to personally achieve even your most ambitious goals.
Bart Starr was born on January 9, 1934, in Montgomery, Alabama. He attended Sidney Lanier High School and decided to try out for the football team. After a short period of time, he wanted to quit the team. However, his father was a strict disciplinarian and disliked quitters. He...
Those of us that are football fans get excited every year when August rolls around and preseason gets under way but for most of us it is the anticipation of the real season that is what gets us excited. If you are enough of a fan to watch preseason...
As fantasy football draft season approaches, here are a few tips to help your win your league, or setup your own competitive league.
Fantasy football is gaining every year in popularity. There are many different types of leagues, including standard scoring formats, PPR, re-draft leagues, keeper leagues and dynasty leagues. This articles discusses dynasty league formats and why they are fun to play.
A look back at the Baltimore Colts moving to Indianapolis late one night in March 1984.
The NFL is like watching a modern war: short periods of intense violence and excitement lunked together with a nearly endless stream of analysis, preparation and debate. Collision Low Crossers shows this, in fact, is the real NFL coaching experience.
When a child is born in Philadelphia, there are two things that are predetermined even before the doctor slaps him on his backside: he will love cheesesteaks, and he will be an Eagles fan. Years later I still remain loyal to both causes, however, the latter spawned a passion for the entire sport. I love football. And although I continue to be emotionally invested in every move the Eagles make, I take vicarious pleasure in the competition among the rest of the league.
I sympathize with NFL executives deciding which players to draft. They are potentially making franchise changing decisions based upon projections of the trajectory of 21 and 22 year olds. There are so many ways guys can fail and become NFL draft duds. Successful players have all the necessary physical skills and work hard to develop those skills while listening intently to their coaches. Guys can fail by not having the physical skills, failing to develop those skills or giving in to the myriad of pressures on them.