by Jeff Lightsy Jr. The San Francisco 49ners have found their new head man. According to ESPN, former Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly has been hired to be the next head man in the Bay area. Kelly’s claim to fame came as a college coach at the University of Oregon where his high powered offenses ranked at the top of the NCAA every year. … Continue reading Chip Kelly headed to San Francisco as the 49ners head coach
by Jeff Lightsy Jr. The best weekend in football is finally upon us. Here I am previewing the AFC divisional round playoff games. In the AFC the match-ups include the Pittsburgh Steelers vs the Denver Broncos. And on the other side the Kansas City Chiefs take on the New England Patriots. In the Broncos/Steelers match up brings in a lot of headlines. Mainly on the … Continue reading AFC Divisional Round Preview
by Jeff Lightsy Jr. They have done it again. The Alabama Crimson Tide won their 16th National Championship and their 4th in 7 years. Pure dominance in every sense of the word. The Crimson Tide have been the cream of the crop in college football every since Nick Saban arrived in Tuscaloosa. In Saban’s 8 full season as the head man, he has amassed 100 … Continue reading Is Alabama dominance bad for college football?
by Jeff Lightsy Jr. The second largest city in America once again has a football team. Well actually two. According to ESPN, both the Rams and Chargers have been approved by the NFL to relocate to Los Angeles. NFL owners have currently been meeting in Houston, Texas to discuss the relocation of these teams. Along with the Chargers and Rams the Raiders also filed to … Continue reading Football is back in Los Angeles
by Jeff Lightsy Jr. Just when you thought that the Cincinnati Bengals were going to win a playoff game. When it looked like all the obstacles placed in front of them were going to be overcome. When Marvin Lewis’s doughnut in the playoff win column would be no more…. The Bengals went back to being the Bengals. These same 12-4 Bengals who looked to be … Continue reading What’s next for the Cincinnati Bengals?