Watch live coverage from the 2014 NFL Draft courtesy of the ACC Digital Network host Jeff Fischel, along with current and former NFL players Clinton Portis, Renaldo Wynn, and Greg Olsen.
In my opinion
Finally figured out my purpose in life. It is apparently to raise the self-esteem of others by doing so poorly on my NFL predictions that readers making their own picks at home may say, Looky here. I know more about football than this so-called expert. I wont kill myself, after all. Thank you, Mr. Cote. You saved my life! Last week actually was a step up for me, which tells you how far the nadir of my recent slump had sunk. I called the Steelers upset at Jets, and rightly had dog Bills, Jaguars and Titans with the points. I see this as the start of a massive resurgence. I only hope the reader will forgive me. [Note: Thursday-game pick was Seahawks (-6 1/2) over Cardinals, 24-13].
SUPER BOWL XLVII
The NFLs annual rush to scrutinize the Super Bowl teams and draw conclusions from their rosters will soon begin to focus on the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers.
SUPER BOWL XLVII
Colin Kaepernicks full introduction to America happened to occur on a Super Bowl stage, where the probing light reaches all corners and crevices, and so you find out things like this:
SUPER BOWL XLVII
The Ravens’ Joe Flacco and the 49ers’ Colin Kaepernick play very differently, but their results — wins — speaks volumes.
SUPER BOWL XLVII
A position-by-position breakdown of the Super Bowl XLVII matchup between the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers.
IN MY OPINION
Jovan Belcher killed his girlfriend, committed suicide and orphaned his daughter. If the Kansas City linebacker had not put a gun in his hand during those moments when he was seized by rage and despair, the 3-month-old baby girl would have had a chance to grow up with her mother and father.
In My Opinion
The NFL, the most profitable sports league in the history of our country and one of the few recession-proof businesses of any kind in this economy, has stained the start of its season fighting its referees over an estimated $4 million. The whole thing is like watching Bill Gates make a scene in a furniture store, knocking stuff over and punching the sales person because nobody will honor his coupon for a couch.
ARMANDO SALGUERO | IN MY OPINION
Four years ago, the Dolphins hired a respected former offensive line coach and made a commitment to rebuilding from the inside out, casting the offensive line as a teams foundation that was supposed to be as strong as the men who played there.
One question weve heard a lot about the Dolphins: How can a team thats so mediocre and dumped its top playmaker (Brandon Marshall) not have the cap space - or try to create it - to make competitive bids for Eric Winston, Vincent Jackson, Mario Williams or any other free agent who was an impact 2011 starter for another team?
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