For a team that’s gone a combined 8-24 in the past two seasons, the Carolina Panthers sure are a confident bunch. Of course, that’s what happens when a player like Cam Newton bursts onto the scene.
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When Donovan McNabb isn’t pondering his own football future, he’s endorsing Tom Brady as the best quarterback. Ever.
Donvoan McNabb, who was released by the Vikings midway through his 13th season, didn’t sound like a player who has completely walked away during an interview with “Super Bowl Live” on Wednesday.
Colts owner Jim Irsay is facing some harsh realities when it comes to the future of QB Peyton Manning. Those realities, however, are filled with the uncertainty of the quarterback’s recovery, a situation Irsay has spent much of the last several weeks doing his best to explain.
Next time you sit down to enjoy a nice steak or a juicy hamburger, especially if you live in the Midwest, keep this in the back of your mind: That cow you’re eating also might be playing on Sundays.
Want to know how a coach prepares his team for the Super Bowl? Listen in to “The Coaches Podcast” where Brian Billick and Marvin Lewis have the inside scoop on the Giants and Patriots from Indianapolis, and share their own personal Super Bowl experiences. Hear why the coaches think the Giants’ defensive line will be able to rattle Tom Brady and whether Rob Gronkowski‘s high ankle sprain will be a big factor in the Patriots’ game plan for Super Bowl XLVI. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes.
Antrel Rolle is no stranger to speaking his mind. He’s also no stranger to being confident. Often times for Rolle, that has created a volatile mix.
Cowboys LB DeMarcus Ware says the key for the Giants is having a quarterback with the last name Manning.
Posted: Monday, April 18th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Data Points, 2011 NFL schedule, Arizona Cardinals, Indianapolis Colts, New England Patriots, Oakland Raiders, Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburgh Steelers, Super Bowl XLVI
With the 2011 NFL schedule release almost upon us, it should be interesting to see which teams will have the toughest road to Super Bowl XLVI. But while checking the home/away schedule and the non-division opponents gives us insight as to how difficult our favorite team’s path will be, sometimes the most overlooked facet of the NFL schedule is the obvious one: divisional games.
Pointing out Lucas Oil Stadium’s retractable roof, a security man said it’s rarely opened for games. “The ‘Manning Rule,’” he said. “We don’t open that thing unless it’s the perfect conditions for Peyton.”