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Football Equipment – Safety is the Name of the Game

When it comes to football equipment, the vast majority of products you will find for sale, both online and in retail stores, are dedicated to safety. Equipment helps keep safe the players who are wearing it, and helps them keep their teammates and competition safe as well. From helmets to pads (and the many varieties of pads available), here is an overview of safety focused football equipment, and the purpose each type serves.

The Best in the AFC and NFC in 2009

It’s been a great season of football. Through four weeks, it’s crazy to think that we’ve already played a full quarter of a season’s worth of football, but I’ve loved every minute of it and I can’t wait to see what continues to happen from here. There have been some really pleasant surprises, as well as some disappointments through the first few weeks of football, and I’m sure there will be some surprises to come.

Football Equipment For Different Purposes

There is a lot of football equipment to choose from today. Much of the equipment is used in the game itself to keep players safe. But plenty of the equipment football players use is for preparing during practice.

Padding – The Unseen Football Equipment

One of the most important types of football equipment of the whole game is primarily unseen, and that equipment is padding. The game would not be played the way it is today if we were not able to keep our players well protected from injury. Due to the physical strength and power of today’s players, they need to be kept safe from themselves and from one another, and padding is a hugely important part of what allows this to happen.

Football Equipment For Leg Safety

There is a lot of football equipment to choose from today. Of course, items like helmets and mouth guards, cleats and neck rolls get a lot of attention-and well they should. They are very important items in keeping the game and its players as safe as possible.

The Top 4 NFL Teams So Far in 2009

It’s been an exciting season of football, and few people probably would have predicted some of the teams at the top, and others at the bottom. Who would have thought the Broncos would be unbeaten through four weeks and the Titans still winless after four games? This is a surprise by every means, and it’s time to look at the top 4 football teams through the beginning of the year.

Seattle Seahawks Depend on Hasselbeck to Win

The 08’s season for the Seattle Seahawks was an utter disappointment finishing 4-12. The Seahawks caught the injury bug and no one was able to stay healthy, thus the bad record. The 09′ season for the Seahawks should be well improved — the Seahawks might not be Super Bowl contenders but should compete in every game they are in.

Football Fans Laying it on the Line – The Honor and Glory of Wearing Your Colors in Enemy Territory

Granted, there’s a great feeling of camaraderie when football fans rooting for the same team wear their Kumbaya matching jerseys. But, ah! The exhilaration – and sheer danger – of wearing enemy colors!

Washington Redskins Fans Should Worry

The Washington Redskins suffered a humiliating defeat at the hands of the Detroit Lions in week 3 — it might not have been the worst loss in franchise history, but it’s right up there. There is no excuse in losing to the Lions really, the Washington Redskins have by far the more talented team — the most talented teams don’t always win — sometimes the team more prepared wins. Anymore defeats by inadequate teams and the Redskins fans, front office, and head coach Jim Zorn will see their Redskins be in last place in the NFC East.

Are the St Louis Rams the Worst NFL Team?

The “greatest show on turf” of the St. Louis Rams achieved earlier in the decade has long been gone as of 2009. The Rams franchise has fallen off the map badly since the glory days of Kurt Warner and Marshall Faulk.

Saints Are NFC’s Best Through Week 4

The New Orleans Saints started out the season with all guns blazing. They have the potential to have the greatest offense the league has seen in the last 30 years which includes the 2007 New England Patriots team that set many NFL scoring records. Drew Brees is playing like a MVP candidate and completing nearly 70% of his pass attempts, which is well above average.

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