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What Happend to the Patriots Fans in Gillette Stadium
I live in New England Patriots Territory I have been a fan of the Saints for the past few years. Please let me explain. When you live in a geographical area you usually route for you home team as I do the Red Sox, The Celtics, The Bruins. I do have love for the Patriots. I was raised a “Pats fan” and for years I watched them win some and lose some in Gillette Stadium. But when you don’t attend a home team Game in 7-10 years they start to lose the “Home Team Feeling”. When I watch a game on TV and the Stadium is empty after 3 quarters I have the feeling of disappointment in the fans now attending games. I also have an understanding they are not the fans I enjoyed sitting next to for years.Message to Coach Mendenhall – Let Your Cougars Loose!
Watching BYU’s football team play Florida State last weekend was like deja vu. Here’s some insights on the Cougars style of football that should be fixed.Peyton Vs Eli – There Is No Debate
“Is Eli better than Peyton right now? It’s a matter of debate. But it officially is a debate.” I read these words in an article written by Mike Vaccaro in this past Sunday’s New York Post and I was absolutely shocked. I didn’t realize there are people out there who actually believe that Eli Manning is either just as good or better than his older brother, Peyton.Pittsburgh Steelers 2010 Preview
The Pittsburgh Steelers have been all over the offseason headlines, although almost entirely for reasons that they wish they weren’t. It has been tied to the legal troubles and very public dramas in the life of star quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. The player has been in all kinds of trouble, and was nearly brought to trial for sexual assault charges.New England Patriots 2010 Preview
The New England Patriots have been respected as one of the best teams in the league for much of the past decade. They have won three Super Bowls, they made another trip to a Super Bowl during an undefeated regular season campaign, and they have been consistently strong even when they haven’t won. So what can be expected in 2010?2010 NFL Season – Let the Football Games Begin
Taking a good look at all the stats each week is the best way to ensure your success in football picks. It’s actually a fine art. Yes, the heat is rising and as well the rush in NFL picks for the games.San Diego Chargers 2010 Preview
The San Diego Chargers are entering the 2010 season with a brand new look, at least at one position, but it’s a new look that has big implications for the club. The team got rid of future Hall of Fame running back LaDainian Tomlinson, who broke records, won an MVP and led the club to success for much of the past decade. In getting rid of Tomlinson, they feel that they are moving past a player who is beyond his prime, and has been steadily declining for the past two or three years.The Toughest ACC Games on the Virginia Tech Football Schedule
The 2010 Virginia Tech football schedule got lots of attention for its opening season game versus Boise State. However it the ACC conference schedule that is really important.NFL Predictions – Patriots at Jets
The New York Jets and New England Patriots have much to prove in their Week 2 matchup at the New Meadowlands Stadium. Before we could even consider what the NFL predictions for this game would be let’s take a closer look at both teams’ offense.New York Jets 2010 Preview
New York Jets 2010 Preview The New York Jets are expecting very big things for the 2010 NFL season. They made a very deep, surprise run to the AFC championship game last season. Now they want to build on that success, and they want to build all of the way to a Super Bowl title.Chicago Bears 2010 Preview
The Chicago Bears are coming off a very disappointing 2009 campaign. They traded a great deal of value for former Denver Broncos quarterback Jay Cutler, and they were expecting him to be the final piece of the puzzle to return the franchise to being a contender. However, Cutler basically flamed out in his first season in Chicago.