By James A. Lyons
By arming the rebels, we're aiding al Qaeda
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Vince Lombardi, not to mention Woody Hayes, would love what the 49ers, Patriots, Texans, Chiefs and Giants have been doing recently. It might be longer than three yards and a cloud of dust, but those teams have run to daylight enough to make the ground game viable in the NFL again.
All Bill Belichick wanted was an explanation. He'll probably end up with a fine.
When most people look at Andrew Luck's first two preseason performances, they see a steady, young quarterback ready to emerge as the new face of the Indianapolis Colts.
Much helium figures to be pumped into the balloon before Robert Griffin III and Andrew Luck swap spirals Saturday night. Of course, in these situations, some hype can't be helped.
Welcome to April, where March Madness spills over into the NFL's own form of insanity: the walk-up to the college draft.
Retired coaches Bill Cowher, Bill Parcells and Marty Schottenheimer are among the modern-era candidates for the 2012 class of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Forgive Rex Grossman if you catch a glimpse of him drooling this week, salivating at the thought of Arizona coming to town Sunday. And excuse other quarterbacks you might see exhibiting a tic, evidenced by excessive lip-licking and hand-rubbing.
It's nearing the end of practice, or what loosely resembles one in the limbo of the NFL lockout, and quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick's job is far from complete as he begins working the room to ensure there are no loose ends.
A nervous Tom Brady was warming up before his first pro start when one of his opponents took a moment to introduce himself.
It didn't take long for Bills' first-year coach Chan Gailey to give the revolving door at quarterback a quick and sudden spin.
"We go back into the locker room (and) 10 minutes or so later, Johnny comes back and says they're reviewing the play, we may have to go back out and finish the game," he said.