Jason Garrett, responding to DE Jason Hatcher‘s contention that the Cowboys lack leadership, believes he has the right leaders in the locker room, although he’s always looking to acquire more via the draft and free agency.
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After 16 seasons in the NFL, Ray Lewis is at peace with his status — as what many consider the best ever at linebacker, and as a regular visitor to Honolulu as a runner-up.
Ball So Hard University has produced its first crop of graduates. Matt Richey, Kenny Silkworth and Robert “McFreshington” Norton have put their heads together to pump out “Ravens Nation,” a song dedicated to Naltimore’s 12-4 jaunt through the regular season that continues Sunday with a home playoff game against the Texans.
While every question has its merit – and believe it, we enjoy answering every one of them, so keep sending them in to email@example.com or via Twitter at #askplaybook – only a special kind of question can launch us into a raging debate. That question starts or ends with “why?”
Only a few weeks into the preseason, oddsmakers are pondering the question: Who will win the Super Bowl? Fans of every team are certainly hopeful, yet hesitant to be sure, the Lombardi Trophy will be theirs in February. But how can you be sure? What makes your team comparable to Super Bowl champs in recent years?
The Baltimore Ravens are currently undergoing a youth movement, so it’s only fitting that coach John Harbaugh has tried to reach through to his children, err, players by rewarding them with ice cream after practice.
Posted: Sunday, July 3rd, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Top 100 of 2011, Adrian Peterson, Andre Johnson, Darrelle Revis, Deion Sanders, Drew Brees, Ed Reed, Julius Peppers, Lindsey Soto, Peyton Manning, Ray Lewis, Tom Brady, Troy Polamalu
NFL players crowned their No. 1 on NFL Network’s “The Top 100 Players of 2011” on Sunday night, completing a 10-week voyage that generated as much controversy as it did consensus before coming down to yet another battle between Tom Brady and Peyton Manning. This time, it was Brady’s hour.
The Top 100 has come to a merciful conclusion, and the boys talk about the finale.
Inspired by the redemptive powers of spring, Dave alters history in favor of Dannys — White and Marino — in the latest installment of the “N if L”.
Posted: Thursday, March 3rd, 2011 | Adam Rank Tags: Pick Six, Adrian Peterson, Ben Roethlisberger, Bob Buczkowski, Brett Favre, Bruce Matthews, Calvin Johnson, Dan Pastorini, George Teague, JaMarcus Russell, Jessie Hester, Jim McMahon, Jim Plunkett, John Clay, Larry Fitzgerald, Marc Wilson, Michael Strahan, Otis Wilson, Patrick Bates, Philip Rivers, Ray Lewis, Rickey Dudley, Robert Gallery, Sean Taylor, Steve Young, Todd Marinovich
The Raiders have parted ways with guard Robert Gallery, who was regarded as one of the bigger draft disappointments in Raiders history. But was he the biggest?
Posted: Tuesday, March 1st, 2011 | Adam Rank Tags: Pick Six, Albert Haynesworth, B.J. Raji, Bill Belichick, Chad Ochocinco, Chris Jericho, Donovan McNabb, Drew Stanton, Ed Hochuli, Hines Ward, Hugh Jackman, Kendra Wilkinson, Peyton Manning, Ralph Macchio, rashard mendenhall, Ray Lewis, Rex Ryan
Steelers WR Hines Ward is in for “Dancing with the Stars,” joining the cast of has beens and who is thats which includes Ralph Macchio, Kendra Wilkinson and Chris Jericho (the favorite to take the thing). But who would you have rather seen?
Former Ravens coach Brian Billick has coached some strong personalities during his NFL career, from Cris Carter to Ray Lewis. But that doesn’t mean that the recent comments from Cam Newton did not raise a red flag.
Posted: Wednesday, February 16th, 2011 | Adam Rank Tags: Pick Six, Aaron Rodgers, Brett Favre, Chad Ochocinco, Clay Matthews, CM Punk, Daniel Bryan, Drew Brees, Edge, Hines Ward, Hugh Jackman, Jay Cutler, John Cena, Peyton Manning, Philip Rivers, Ray Lewis, Ric Flair, Steve Smith South, Terrell Owens, The Miz, The Rock, Triple H, Zack Ryder
The biggest story in sports this week is the return of The Rock to the WWF. The news sent waves around the world, not only was The Rock trending on Twitter, but so was his alter-ego Dwayne Johnson. That, my friends, takes star power.
And it got me thinking, is there anybody in the NFL who carries the Rock’s charisma? Some might say Chad Ochocinco, but that doesn’t really work. Mainly because The Rock was once a champion.
There’s always a new debate about who the best of the best is. We weigh in on who has the best defense, the best QB, who the best players-turned-actors are and even the best bald-headed players of all time.
Now that the divisional playoffs are finally upon us, it would be remiss to not to take stock on what can only be described as smack down week.