The NFL season is in full swing as we finish up week 12 and head into week 13. Fantasy football’s regular season, however, is coming to an end. With week 13 being the end of the regular season in most fantasy leagues, I wanted to go over the fantasy all-star team for 2011. Let’s take a look at who has been an absolute beast this year as we all get ready for the fantasy playoffs.
The Carolina Panther’s fans have been quite stirred up by a certain Atlanta Falcons hat. Thursday night defensive end Charles Johnson was seen around town donning the gear of divisional rivals, the Falcons.
Heading into the season, the Carolina Panthers and Philadelphia Eagles couldn’t have been further apart in expectations for the season.
Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Cam Newton, Aaron Rodgers, & Philip Rivers. Before the start of the 2011 NFL season, if you asked which one does not belong, that would be easy: Cam Newton by a […]
Circle your calendars. Sunday, September 25, 2011 will be the day Cam Newton puts the remaining doubters to rest.
By definition a moral victory occurs when a person, team, army or other group loses a confrontation, and yet achieves some other moral gain. This gain might be unrelated to the confrontation in question, and the gain is often considerably less than what would have been accomplished if an actual victory had been achieved.
Picture this scenario: Cam and the gang walk out of Sunday’s game 0-2, losing to the Packers 31-20, and Panthers fans are still happy.
Aaron Rodgers might be my new hero!
Aaron Rodgers is now on the NFL’s “Mount Rushmore” of the Top Tier Quarterbacks in the NFL.
The guys continued their Super Bowl breakdown and listen to their reaction to a caller who thinks Rodgers in not yet an elite quarterback.