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2012 AFC Pre-Training Camp Preview

2012 AFC Pre-Training Camp Preview Training camp 2012 is almost here and NFL teams are now engaged in the 10 OTAs that they are allotted per the most recent CBA, so I figured it would be a good time to start my annual rankings. I will rank the teams in each division by several positional categories. While reading this, keep in mind that I am going by the whole sum of players at each position that will likely still be on the roster at the end of the preseason, not simply the projected starter(s)

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AFC Hot Commodity, Hold, or Stay Away!

In a different way to preview the NFL teams post-draft, I thought maybe I can apply a stock market concept into evaluating the NFL. Each team is listed, by division; in the order of roster strength with a short summary of the good, bad and my take of each team so far this offseason (post-draft). Then the ‘Analyst' (aka ME) rate each team based on how each team finished the 2011 regular season and what they have accomplished thus far this off-season in improving their team. Then I will advise you

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Nfl 2011 Season Fun Facts: Defensive Players

Greetings once again, NFL fans! For the last entry of this ‘Fun Fact’ series, the focus of this blog will be of the NFL defensive players who have collectively contributed to their respective teams statically during the 2011 regular season. As with the previous three blogs, the groupings will be according to the collegiate conferences at the time the players left school to enter the NFL draft. Speaking of the draft, we are now entering the three week mark until the 2012 draft! Note: The fun fac

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Nfl 2011 Season Fun Facts: Wide Receivers/tight Ends

Greetings my fellow NFL fans! You have now entered the third installment of NFL Fun Facts! So far I have picked apart the 2011 regular season production numbers for NFL quarterback and running backs and categorized the results by grouping the players by their former collegiate conferences. This blog will be much of the same, with a minor twist. Naturally after focusing the first two blogs of this series on quarterbacks and running backs, respectively, the next logical progression would be wide r

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Nfl 2011 Season Fun Facts: Runningbacks

Welcome back, NFL fans! This is my second installment of my series of NFL fun facts. With the 2012 NFL draft fast approaching, I think it would be interesting to research trends among current NFL producer by position relative to the players’ NCAA conferences. As some of you may know, the first blog in the series was about NFL quarterbacks. This blog will consist of running backs that contributed to their teams during the 2011 season. Unlike the quarterbacks, which I decided to focus on those who

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Nfl 2011 Season Fun Facts: Quarterbacks

Welcome to all NFL fans! We are a few days removed from the scouting combine held in Indianapolis and less than two months away from the 2012 NFL draft. Those of us who cared to watch saw our favorite (and not so favorite) college football players perform in various test of skill and athleticism that to those that actually follow the NFL does not mean squat once those players don shoulder pads and helmets. I thought it would be interesting to write a series of blogs with a focus on former colleg

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2011 All Nfc Divisional Team

On February 5 in my hometown, a new Super Bowl champion was crowned, which officially marked the end of the 2011 season. The New York Football Giants proved that a team does not have to be the best in the regular season to be the best team in the post season. But have you wondered which division is the best? Maybe I am the only one who thought about, so I went through each division and compiled a list of who I felt were the best players at each position in their respective divisions based mostly

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2011 All Afc Divisional Teams

On February 5 in my hometown, a new Super Bowl champion was crowned, which officially marked the end of the 2011 season. The New York Football Giants proved that a team does not have to be the best in the regular season to be the best team in the post season. But have you wondered which division is the best? Maybe I am the only one who thought about, so I went through each division and compiled a list of who I felt were the best players at each position in their respective divisions based mostly

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