Tag Archives: Antonio Brown

Let’s Make the NFL Fun Again!

The notorious “No Fun League” might be somewhat fun now. At the NFL Spring League Meeting, NFL Commissioner, Roger Goodell announced six rule changes to the game, but one stood out among the rest. TOUCHDOWN CELEBRATIONS ARE BACK… sort of. So long are the days of Chad Ochocinco’s golf put …

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Giants Trump Bengals in Monday Night Football

The New York Giants topped the Cincinnati Bengals 21-20 in prime time last night, making it four wins in a row for New York. The Giants’ (6-3) usual struggles, running the ball and fighting for sacks, actually became their crutch in the fourth quarter. The Giants sacked Bengals’ quarterback Andy Dalton three …

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NFL Preview: Week 4 Top Matchups

Almost a quarter of the 2016 NFL season has passed and there has been plenty of excitement to this point. As of now, there are still five undefeated teams, rookie and first time starting quarterbacks have started 11-2 combined. Unfortunately, this season has also been highlighted by multiple injuries to star players. …

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Preview: Key AFC Matchups Week 2

Bengals at Steelers: “Week 2 Championship” Cincinnati will head to Heinz Field to face rival Pittsburgh this week in what promises to be one of the week’s most intense games.  Both teams are 1-0 to start the season, and are the early favorites to win the AFC North title. This matchup has …

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Steelers Offense Overpowers Redskins

It’s a new NFL season, but one thing hasn’t changed—Antonio Brown is still the NFL’s top receiver and the Pittsburgh Steelers offense is a force to be reckoned with. In what was already an exciting first week of the NFL season, the Steelers kicked off the double-header Monday Night Football …

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