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Green Bay Packers Trample Their Way to the Championship in 2009

The Green Bay Packers may not have made it to the Super Bowl in the 2008 season, but they – as always – gave fans an action packed season. Their opening game, last year, was so enticing that the remaining season tickets were gone before you could blink an eye. Even with quarterback woes, the team was able to put their game faces on and move forward as if nothing was going on. With these issues out of the way, the Green Bay Packers should be able to storm the field, in 2009, and be one of a handful of teams that – at the very least – makes it to the playoffs.

Will 2009 Bring a Championship Title to the San Diego Chargers?

The San Diego Chargers have always been a team that sticks together and fights for what they want. Because of this drive, their fan base is loyal and dedicated to cheering them on to a Championship title. With several months left before the season opener, tickets are already in high demand, and will disappear like never before.

Tennessee Titans Back in the Playoffs in 2009

The Tennessee Titans are one of those teams that people adore and love to follow. The team has only been around since 1999, but they sure have built a name and reputation for themselves. Loyal fans consistently fill stadium seating at every home game, leaving only a handful of nosebleed tickets for last minute shoppers. The Titans have fought hard to win their place in the South Division and will do whatever it takes to keep it.

NFL Draft – First Round Highlights

The 2009 NFL draft took place last weekend, on April 25 and 26. The first round saw some of the draft’s top players finding a home for the season. Some of the picks were hardly surprising – Michael Stafford going to the Detroit Lions – while others defied expectations – Michael Crabtree was a later-than-anticipated number ten pick, losing his top receiver ranking in the draft to Darrius Heyward-Bey. Sanchez was snagged by the New York Jets while Knowshon Moreno went to the Denver Broncos. Here are the round 1 highlights.

Thinking Outside the Box When Coaching Youth Football

Are you stuck in a rut, coaching the same way and getting the same results. Maybe it is time to totally reconsider how you do things. Thinking “outside the box” may be just what your team needs this coming season from you.

Youth Football – Passing the Ball in Youth Football

Can you throw the ball effectively in youth football? Yes and no, and the keys to doing it well have very little to do with what you thought.

Brett Favre is Mulling a Return to Football

Brett Favre was officially released from the New York Jets Tuesday. His agent says Favre is not interested in playing again. Don’t you believe it…

Did Matthew Stafford Deserve to Go #1 Overall in the 2009 NFL Draft?

My take on the Detroit Lions selecting Matthew Stafford with the first overall pick in the 2009 NFL draft. Was he the best player available? Was he the best fit for the Lions? Will he have any impact this year? Read the answers to all these questions and more…

Virginia Tech Tailgating – Keys to Success

For Virginia Tech football fans, nothing beats a great tailgate weekend in Blacksburg. Tailgating for Virginia Tech Hokie football games has become big time in the last decade as Frank Beamer has built the program to national prominence, and the fan following with it. The sales of Virginia Tech apparel, including Virginia Tech sweatshirts, Virginia Tech t-shirts, and Virginia Tech jerseys has exploded along with it, and Saturdays (and sometimes Thursdays or other days of the week) in Blacksburg are filled with people wearing maroon and orange. Virginia Tech football tickets are in high demand.

Giggs Lands PFA Gong

Giggs, 35 and enjoying his 19th season in the top flight, has never previously won the award – voted by fellow professionals – but pipped team-mates Nemanja Vidic, Edwin van der Sar, Rio Ferdinand and Cristiano Ronaldo, as well as Liverpool’s Steven Gerrard to this year’s gong. “It’s right up there with personal accolades,” Giggs admitted. “It’s the best to have as it’s voted by your fellow players.

Grading Your NFL Team’s Draft

Perhaps it’s a function of the instant gratification world we live in, with more information than we can possibly process delivered to us instantly each day, but in recent years analysis and grading of NFL team’s Draft Picks has become something of a sport in itself. And the time frame is shrinking. It used to be that journalists would wait until the rookies at least got a chance to practice in the first mini-camp prior to rendering a judgment about that player’s probable success or failure.

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