Help Make Jerry Kramer a Hall of Famer and Win His One of a Kind Autographed Football

It’s that time of year when the Hall of Fame Seniors Committee starts considering candidates for nomination. As Packers fans, we all know about the travesty that is Jerry Kramer, he who was voted one of the best players of the NFL’s first 50 years, not being in the Hall of Fame. As I’ve written […]

Cory’s Corner: NFL injuries cannot be stopped

Everyone applauded the NFL this week when it handed down $765 million for concussion-related injuries. It’s great that the NFL has owned up to the nearly 4 ,500 claims that have been hanging around every time more and more information was found about how these types of injuries continue to keep brains in a thick […]

Four Things the NHL Playoffs Teach Me About the NFL

However, as I was watching the game, my mind couldn’t help but explore the similarities and differences between the two sports. Football is far and above more popular, and you could probably even rank hockey below baseball and basketball in terms of viewership. Nevertheless, here are some things I learned about the NFL as I watched the NHL playoffs:

Where Did Football Go?

To be honest, I’m not really that angry about Monday Night’s Packers – Seahawks game.  Of course I believe that the Packers should have won against the Seahawks.  I would like to think that even if I was a Seahawks fan, I would have to admit that the Packers should have won the game.  People […]

With Unanimous NFLPA Vote, The NFL Lockout Is Over

  That wasn’t so bad now was it? Yes folks, it is finally over.  With the player reps for the soon-to-be-again NFL Players Association unanimously approving a new CBA with slight modifications from the version the owner also unanimously approved recently, the NFL lockout is over and football is back. Let me repeat: FOOTBALL. IS. […]