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  • NFL picks? Yeah, I nailed it but still deserve the hammer

    NFL picks? Yeah, I nailed it but still deserve the hammer
    Nailed it. Soon you will encounter my predictions for Week Six of the NFL season. Last week one featured game involved the aggressive Cincinnati Bengals attacking the reeling New England Patriots. I said that the game would be a blowout with a 26-...
  • Sharknado should chomp on these Orlando sports venues

    Sharknado should chomp on these Orlando sports venues
    It doesn't get any bigger than this, Orlando. The sharks are coming! No, not the San Jose Sharks, hockey puck breath. Sharknado! Even as we speak, I can envision Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer getting his head bit off on national TV. (Or maybe a...
  • Toss a penalty flag on the NFL, not poor Tom Coughlin

    Give Tom Coughlin a break. He's just 68. The kid made a mistake. What happened to Coughlin last week was just as much the fault of the NFL as it was his error. Yes, Colts QB Andrew Luck hurriedly threw what proved to be a touchdown pass. And, yes,...
  • Jay Cutler and Marc Trestman reputations on the line

     Jay Cutler and Marc Trestman reputations on the line
    Here is a fun game to play for the whole family. Put both hands inside the collar of your shirt as if grabbing imaginary shoulder pads. Now stretch your neck to the left and right. Welcome to the Bears answer to Tebowing, the mock prayer pose in honor...
  • 'Tis the season for NFL trolling, with Johnny Manziel among the targets

    'Tis the season for NFL trolling, with Johnny Manziel among the targets
    Have you noticed? Late in this NFL season, a sophomoric sense of humor seems to be creeping into the staid, conservative league. Consider: •The fun began with St. Louis Coach Jeff Fisher last Sunday during the coin toss preceding the Rams' game...
  • NFL's second half brings new questions

    NFL's second half brings new questions
    Remember back a couple of months, just before the start of the NFL season, that much of the talk was about rookies Johnny Manziel, Jadeveon Clowney and Michael Sam? Now, Manziel's holding a clipboard in Cleveland; Clowney has had injury problems and...
  • Hyde: Defense saves the day — and offense — by throttling Bortles

    Hyde: Defense saves the day — and offense — by throttling Bortles
    Before the pass, defensive end Olivier Vernon sprinted into the rookie quarterback's face, causing him to throw the ball away, like the cartoon figure heaving the treasure before pushed off a cliff. "He didn't want any part of getting [hit]," Vernon...
  • If Trestman can't fix Cutler, then what's the point of Trestman?

    After losing to the Dolphins, a game in which he threw another interception and committed another fumble on a sack, Jay Cutler had nothing for you. “I wish I had some more answers,’’ Cutler said with resignation, as if his usual...
  • This season is a bonanza of quarterbacks breaking records

    This season is a bonanza of quarterbacks breaking records
    The NFL is a passing league. Peyton Manning has passed Brett Favre. Joe Flacco has passed Ben Roethlisberger. Philip Rivers has passed Johnny Unitas and Kurt Warner. The season hasn't even reached the midway point, and records already are falling like...
  • Rookie QBs had to start somewhere and Joe Flacco, Matt Ryan proved it

    Rookie QBs had to start somewhere and Joe Flacco, Matt Ryan proved it
    They are quarterbacks, but they also formed an offensive "line." The line is one of demarcation — the NFL acted one way before Baltimore's Joe Flacco and Atlanta's Matt Ryan were rookies, and another way after. Flacco and Ryan, who will be on...
  • The first thing the Bears must do to beat the Dolphins

    The first thing the Bears must do to beat the Dolphins
    You start with a quarterback who remains unreliable from one week to the next, one half to the next, one pass to the next. Then you add an offensive-minded head coach who exhibits curious clock management and seems to have little consistent effect on...