01Mar 2019

Posted on February 28, 2019, by Travis Pulver The professional football career of one of the most exciting college football quarterbacks in recent history took another turn earlier this week. Former Texas A&M standout and Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel was trying to resurrect his career north of the border in the Canadian Football League. […]

24Feb 2019

Posted on February 24, 2019, by Travis Pulver A typical piece of advice given to novice gamblers is not to wager what you can’t afford to lose. While sound advice, it ignores what should be common sense—no one likes to lose. Of course, when you gamble that is a risk you have to take. But […]

22Feb 2019
Legends

Birmingham had a much tougher time in Week 2 against Salt Lake than they did in Week 1 when they drubbed Memphis 26-0. The Iron were forced to come from behind with a Trent Richardson touchdown run with under five minutes left.

22Feb 2019
Commanders

These two teams met in Week 1 with the Commanders coming away with a 15-6 victory. San Antonio lost their Week 2 game against the Apollos in a thrilling 37-29 shootout while San Diego took advantage of a weak Atlanta Legends team to even up their record.

22Feb 2019
Apollos

Memphis Express (0-2) at Orlando Apollos (2-0) Date: Saturday, February 23 at 8 pm ET Live From Spectrum Stadium in Orlando. Like the first Week 3 Saturday game, this matchup features an undefeated team taking on a winless team. The Orlando Apollos notched their second win of the young season last week in a shootout […]

18Feb 2019

Posted on February 18, 2019, by Travis Pulver Trades are supposed to help a team get better, either by subtraction or addition. Getting rid of a player can improve the moral and overall chemistry of a squad. Of course, adding the right player—like a former Super Bowl MVP – should make a team better. That […]

18Feb 2019

Posted on February 18, 2019, by Travis Pulver In Week One of the Alliance of American Football season arguably the two best teams appeared to be the San Antonio Commanders and Orlando Apollos. The Commanders played a very good defensive game in their opener while showing promise on defense. Steve Spurrier’s Apollos, on the other […]

15Feb 2019
Legends

To be fair, San Antonio played a defensive gem but a 15 for 25 outing for 126 yards, no touchdowns, and a pair of picks have prompted Mike Martz to start Philip Nelson who went 5 of 10 for 68 yards…and a pick.

13Feb 2019
Joe Flacco

Posted on February 13, 2019, by Bryan Zarpentine A month before the new NFL year officially begins, the Denver Broncos have initiated the start of what should be an interesting quarterback carousel. The Broncos have agreed to a trade with the Baltimore Ravens for veteran quarterback Joe Flacco. The deal won’t become official until the […]

13Feb 2019

Posted on February 12, 2019, by Travis Pulver Football fans around the country got some good news Monday. The most exciting and dynamic college quarterback since Baker Mayfield was not going to give up on football just yet. Kyler Murray had decided to forego his baseball career to give one in football his complete and undivided […]

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