This week: The NFL loves Christianity, unless it is attempting to put on a Super Bowl party. The NFL pension plan is bad, and concussions are even worse. Plus: What does the President of the United States have against the Chicago Bears?
36 comments, Last at 11 Feb 2007, 11:05pm by emcee fleshy (atl/sd)
This week: Tony Dungy is the nicest guy in the world, Peyton Manning and Brian Urlacher are aware of each other's existence, and Hispanic sports fans apparently have never seen Tony Gonzalez introduce himself on Sunday Night Football. Plus: Tony Dungy, still the nicest guy in the world one sentence later!
Herm Edwards is back, baby! Plus: New England plane crash, Bill Parcells has had enough of Terrell Owens, and "two African-American head coaches" is the "Jerome Bettis is from Detroit" of 2007. Only, you know, with more actual significance.
It's a special almost-all NFC East edition of The Week in Quotes. The Giants players make Tom Coughlin look bad, Koy Detmer makes Tony Romo look bad, and the Washington Post makes everybody on the Redskins look very, very bad.
70 comments, Last at 15 Jan 2007, 03:23am by Peter Libero
Nick Saban is gone, but Matt Millen is inexplicably still around. Boise State and Vinny T. make history, but not at the same time. Plus: One more week to appreciate the poetry of Herm Edwards in The Week in Quotes.
This week, it's all about problems. Marcus Robinson has a problem with Brad Childress. The Oakland defense has a problem with the Oakland offense. Jim Mora has a problem with the media. And Cincinnati has a problem with the snap. You know who doesn't have a problem, though? Herman Edwards's mom.
If a 2-12 team has a quarterback controversy and nobody hears it, does it make a sound? Who is the one player Chad Johnson won't trash-talk? Are you ready for the Belichick-Casserly feud? All this, and more Herm Edwards, in The Week in Quotes.
The three best running backs in the NFL: LaDainian Tomlinson, Larry Johnson, and whoever is playing the Colts this week. We also cover the continuing battle over the NFL Network and give you your USDA recommended daily allowance of Herman Edwards, all in The Week in Quotes.
We just can't get enough Herm Edwards at The Week in Quotes. It's just too bad he's going to destroy Larry Johnson's career while he's being so quotable. Also: fantasy football is popular, but sideline reporters are not.