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Blogs light up Saints Over Cardinals

Posted 01-12-2010 at 10:39 AM by Halo (Nose Bleed)

I ran across a betting and prediction blogs today called "Not Qualified to Comment" which should be the name of ESPN - LOL. Anyway, they ran the gauntlet on predictions for the Saints - Cards game picking the Saints over the Cardinals.

Some of their observations were true, while others like were generic. At least someone recognized the the Saints had some injuries- the Saints "secondary has been banged up" and "they slumped at the end of the season" is kind of the reason why the Saints...
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Remember the Stealers went 15-1 and lost in the...

Posted 12-13-2009 at 01:38 AM by aFalconhigh
Updated 12-13-2009 at 01:41 AM by aFalconhigh

... the 1st round of the playoffs, Who dat?
I don't understand? Do you mean 'who is this that is going to beat the New Orleans Saints?'.

You are a cursed organization and a fall is coming soon. And before you talk trash about the Falcons at least we got to the big dance.

I predict this is your last shot at a Super Bowl. I foresee the the sea swallowing your city and you team winning a championship in LA. That is Los Angeles.

You will...
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OT Behind the measurements: Height vs. Arm Length

Posted 03-12-2009 at 05:09 PM by hagan714
Updated 05-04-2009 at 07:24 PM by hagan714

Behind the measurements: Height vs. arm length

By National Football Post 3 hours, 49 minutes ago

NFL scouting combine, draft prospects strip down to their underwear and parade in front of scouts and executives in an event known as the weigh-in. This is the first time official heights and weights are taken on each player. However, two other vital pieces of information are also recorded that have just as much importance in determining how “big” a potential NFL prospect...
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Football 101:Salary Cap, Free Agency and Franchise Tags

Posted 12-18-2008 at 08:46 AM by hagan714

The NFL salary cap is calculated by the current CBA to be 59.5% of the total projected league revenue for the upcoming year. This number, divided by the number of teams, determines an individual team's maximum salary cap. For 2008, this was approximately $116 million per team. For 2009, a minimum 6% increase raised this number to at least $123 million. For all of you nerds out there, here is the actual mathematical calculation:

Projected revenue x CBA Percentage...
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