Tale Of The Tape: Tampa Bay Buccaneers At New York Jets
There are still plenty of issues for the Bucs at the quarterback position with Josh Freeman, but they are in quarterback heaven compared to the position the Jets find themselves in. Freeman has size, strength, athleticism and a big arm, but he is often troubled by a lack of consistency.
Tale Of The Tape: Tennessee Titans At Pittsburgh Steelers
Jake Locker is a quarterback with a lot to prove. While he has the tools needed to succeed – arm strength, decent accuracy, physical strength and ability to evade the rush – he needs a lot of work in blitz recognition.
Tale Of The Tape: Minnesota Vikings At Detroit Lions
Christian Ponder had a difficult 2012 season for the Vikings, and many expected the Vikings to move in a different direction because of his inconsistency.
Tale Of The Tape: Atlanta Falcons At New Orleans Saints
Matt Ryan has mastered the position of quarterback – at least when it comes to regular-season football. He is a super-accurate passer who can buy time with his feet and put the ball in a catchable position.
NCAA Championship Game: #1 Louisville Vs. #4 Michigan
Rick Pitino has been here before, after making his 7th Final Four appearance, he’s now in his third go-round in the title game. He’s got plenty of experience on the big stage and he has the Cardinals playing high level basketball at the right time.
Super Bowl Halftime Show Vs. Neil Diamond: Who Takes The Trophy For Better Entertainment?
For years, both Neil Diamond and the Super Bowl Halftime show have been giving us, let’s say, mild overproduction (read: glitzy, flashy, and potentially unnecessary). So who’s got the edge between these two cheesy industry mainstays?