NFL Arrests Database

Wondering who was arrested for what and when? The NFL Arrests Database can help. Seriously.

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You Play to Win the Game [video]

Here’s an awesome mixtape of coaching rants set to music. Hopefully it plays for you all the way through. I had to restart it and move ahead a couple of times.

Updated 2010 NFL Playoff Bracket

My original bracket was a hit, so I thought I’d update it after the Wild Card weekend. If you click on the picture, you’ll see a larger version.


Brandon Marshall speaks out

“Everything I’ve done has been nothing but 100% commitment to the Denver Broncos and to my teammates… To say I’ve given up on my teammates is just a disgusting feeling, and it hurts me… I have nothing but great things to say about Coach McDaniels, this organization… Mr. B is one of the best owners in all of sports. I take my hat off to Josh McDaniels because, if it wasn’t for him, the growth in me this year wouldn’t be there.”

— Brandon Marshall, via BroncoTalk (and 104.3 The Fan in Denver)

In terms of pure ability, where does Marshall rank amongst wideouts in the NFL? From a value standpoint, he’s only 25, so he’s just now entering his prime. That’s scary. Without all the off-the-field stuff, I’d probably only take Andre Johnson and Larry Fitzgerald ahead of Marshall in a free-for-all draft. But with all the off-the-field drama, Reggie Wayne, Roddy White and Vincent Jackson look more appealing. They give you 98% of the production without all the headaches.

With Marshall and the Broncos once again looking to be on the outs, some lucky team has an opportunity to acquire the talented wideout this summer.

2010 NFL Playoff Bracket

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