Apparently Tennessee Titans quarterback Vince Young has been dealing with some emotional problems lately and he’s tired of everybody criticizing his shitty play on the field.
“What would you think, if you were tired of being ridiculed and persecuted and talked about and not being treated very well, what would you do? What kind of decision would you make?” Vince Young’s mom Felicia told the media. Read the rest of this entry »
With Tom Brady on I.R. the New England Patriots currently only have 2 quarterbacks on their roster, starter Matt Cassel and rookie Kevin O’Connell, but Bill Belichick is in no hurry to sign another QB.
The New England Patriots have made it official, Quarterback Tom Brady will miss the rest of the 2008 NFL season after suffering an undisclosed left knee injury that will require surgery.
“We feel badly for Tom about the injury,” Head Coach Bill Belichick said. “You hate to see anyone go down. No one has worked harder or done more for this team than Tom has.” Read the rest of this entry »
Adam Schefter of the NFL Network is reporting that the Reigning NFL MVP Tom Brady is out for the rest of the season after suffering a nasty looking hit on his left knee during the first quarter of the New England Patriots defeat of the Kansas City Chiefs 17-10. Read the rest of this entry »
Are the Chicago Bears a better football team than the Indianapolis Colts? It sure looked that way when the Chicago Bears, led by QB Kyle Orton, destroyed Manning and Co. 29-13 in the 2008 debut of Sunday Night Football on NBC.
“We had a couple of balls that we couldn’t catch, we had a ball on the ground we couldn’t get and they stripped one out and ran it back for a touchdown,” Dungy said. “It’s been a long time since we’ve been beaten like that.” Read the rest of this entry »
Willis McGahee has been hampered by his left knee for pretty much the entire offseason and he’s missed a lot of practice time with the Baltimore Ravens so the team may be forced to start their rookie Ray Rice, who has done very well in the preseason.
“When you’ve got Ray Rice out there practicing and you don’t have McGahee, that’s what you do,” first year head coach John Harbaugh said. Read the rest of this entry »