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Terrell Owens – A Polarizing Sports Figure

In the world of professional sports, egos are a common sight especially among star athletes. In the world of professional football, there is perhaps no other player who has been as productive and more controversial than Terrell Owens. “T.O.,” as he is also known, had a world of talent at his disposal. He was one of the most talented receivers to play in the NFL and many fans even believed that he would become a great replacement for the former NFL great, Jerry Rice, after he (Rice) was traded to the Oakland Raiders.

NFL Football Legend: Joe Namath

When NFL football experts, analysts and even opinionated fans begin making lists of the most beloved players to don a professional team’s uniform, no accounting would be complete without football legend Joe Namath. Joseph William Namath stole the football world’s heart at the tender age of 19 when he made his debut as Quarterback for the Alabama Crimson Tide. With his bigger than life coach, and football legend in his own right, Paul “Bear” Bryant demanding perfection from his program at every turn, Joe Willie did not disappoint.

A True NFL Legend In Sport and Spirit: Curtis Martin

NFL football enthusiasts around the globe pride themselves in their team affinity, player statistics and championship aptitude each year. Most begin by proclaiming to their friends and family that their team is certain to make it to the post-season in brash fashion at the start of every season. It is something that most football fans have in common, even if the Super Bowl isn’t their goal, but being a.500 team is. Football fans love to discuss their teams and the players that march onto the field each week on their behalf. When player comparisons start flurrying amongst a crowd, especially where running backs are concerned, no smack talking session would be complete without mentioning the football legend that is Curtis Martin.

Get To Know The Leader Of The Pack

The Green Bay Packers have been doing great in the NFL because they have a strong leader. I am talking about Aaron Rodgers, the quarterback who is very well respected by the rest of the Packers. Let’s get to know more about the man admired not only by his teammates but by the whole NFL as well.

Ray Lewis: Intensity Personified

In the entire 90-year existence of the National Football League (NFL), there is probably no other linebacker who is as intense and as tenacious as Ray Lewis. Widely regarded as being of the greatest linebackers of all time, Lewis has been the cornerstone of the Baltimore Ravens’ defense for 16 years. After having a brilliant college career playing football for the University of Miami, Ray Lewis entered the 1996 NFL Draft and was chosen by the Baltimore Ravens as the 26th overall pick.

Peyton Manning: An Elite Quarterback

During the 1998 NFL Draft, there were two quarterbacks that many analysts had their eyes on. One was the star quarterback of Washington State, Ryan Leaf while the other was the University of Tennessee’s standout, Peyton Manning. Both were viewed as the two best players available in the draft. Manning was selected first overall by the Indianapolis Colts and Leaf was chosen second by the San Diego Chargers.

Best of the Generation – Peyton Manning or Tom Brady?

Over the last 14 years in the NFL one question comes up more than any other. Who is the better quarterback, Peyton Manning or Tom Brady? This is not by chance, the two players meet up each year, even though they are not in the same conference, and the debate starts.

NFL: It’s Not the Same Game After All

The college game has been taken over by high flying offenses. With the influx of the no-huddle, up-tempo, and spread offenses, the pro-style offense is rapidly diminishing in college football. Auburn with Cam Newton ran the zone read all the way to a national championship.

Great Financial Help With Positive Football Fundraising Ideas

Thousands of kids every year strap on their helmet and march out onto the field to enjoy the wonderful game called American Football. Whether it’s Pop-Warner, Elementary School, High School or Collegiate football, one thing is certain, kids and adults both love playing this great game. Along with the love for this game, come the high costs associated with it. Unfortunately, football is one of the most expensive sports in the U.S. to play as a kid. How do they get financial assistance, read on to see…

It’s Not All Luck for the Colts!

When the Indianapolis Colts lost Peyton Manning to a season ending injury the team simply collapsed. Manning is a once in a generation quarterback who gave the Colts the equivalent of an extra offensive coordinator on the field.

Can The NFL Continue To Grow In Popularity?

I don’t find this hard to believe. Right now the NFL is mainly an American sport with a some International attention, not counting the Super Bowl of course.

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