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The Top 5 NFL Wide Receivers in 2009
The wide receiver situation in 2009 has been more interesting than any position. Some unexpected names have achieved great levels of success through the first six weeks of the football season, while other big names continue to struggle week in and week out. Will this trend reverse itself in due time, or have some newer names ushered themselves in as the next big names in pro football?Organizing Practice Schedule – Coaching Youth Football
Coaching youth football is all about preparation and organization. I think it is very important to have a consistent schedule for the practice. The days and time should remain the same.The Top 5 NFL Running Backs in 2009
We’re now 6 weeks into the NFL football season. Hasn’t it been a great one so far? With the many interesting story lines and some pleasant surprises along the way, 2009 has been full of surprises in the football world.Top 10 NFL QBs in 2009
This will be a hard list to make, especially as we get to the best few QBs in the NFL. With 6 weeks of football behind us though, it’s time to start looking at who’s doing the best thus far. Here’s my top 10 list, all based on the season that we’re in the midst of witnessing.The Top 5 NFL QBs in 2009
I don’t know when you’ll be reading this article, but as it stands, week 6 of the NFL season has just been completed, with the exception of the Monday Night Football game. While there are a handful of great quarterbacks in the NFL, I thought it would be fun to narrow this list down to the five best in the sport in 2009. This is based on what these QBs have achieved through the first six weeks of the football season, and based on where it looks they’re headed through the next 11 weeks of the NFL season.Are the Chicago Bears Better With Jay Cutler?
You have to wonder about the Chicago Bears so far. Having made a very hyped up trade that sent the Denver Broncos’ star quarterback, Jay Cutler, to the Bears in exchange for Kyle Orton, their own quarterback, the Bears were expected to have one of the best offenses in all of pro football in 2009. Cutler was a prolific quarterback in Chicago and the team had some other great pieces in place (Matt Forte, Greg Olsen, Devin Hester) that would make the offense a force to be reckoned with in 2009.Blame Pryor
Following Saturday’s disappointing 18-15 USC victory, critics on the Ohio State campus reamed OSU Coach Jim Tressel. All I heard was “Tressel is a horrible play caller,” or “Pryor wasn’t in a position to rush enough.” I’m here to tell you that putting the lion’s share of the blame on anybody but Terrelle Pryor is just flat wrong. Pryor needed to play like a star and instead he looked like a true freshman without an understanding of decision-making.The Top 3 NFL QBs in 2009
The 2009 NFL season has been an interesting one, as we’ve seen the emergence of some quarterbacks, and the revival of others. Let’s take a look at the top 3 quarterbacks in the NFL in 2009.Packers Win Ugliest Shutout Ever!
Even though the Packers won by the convincing score of 26-0, I was really disappointed in the way they played the game. I have basically come to the conclusion that they are not going to improve much as the season progresses.Surprise 2009 NFL Teams Through Week 6
This has been a great season of football so far, and some outcomes have been far from what we’ve expected through the first third of the season. For example, who would have thought that the Titans and the Panthers, two of the best teams in the NFL in 2008, would have one combined win through the first five weeks of the season? Both of these teams were seen as legitimate playoff contenders in 2009, so this comes as a huge surprise to many.Saints Beat Giants in Week 6
This was perhaps the most anticipated match up of the NFL football season thus far. Both the New York Giants and the New Orleans Saints entered week 6 of the NFL season undefeated, with the Giants sporting a 5-0 record and the Saints at 4-0. The game was to be played in New Orleans, giving the Saints an inherent edge, though not much of one at all when you consider how well the Giants have played through the first few weeks of the season thus far.