Can the Seahawks threepeat as NFC Champions? -Field Gulls
Kenneth Arthur over at FG has issued a serious critique of Seattle's off season roster overhaul or lack thereof. He makes a good case for-
A. Not being overly impressed with the Jimmy Graham trade
B. The offensive line of Russell Okung, Alvin Bailey, Patrick Lewis, J.R. Sweezy, Justin Britt. scares nobody and
C. With so many key players in a contract year...will they be trying too hard?
A look back at the Los Angeles Rams 1960 Draft Class
|New Mexico State
|San Bernardino Valley JC (CA)
|Stephen F. Austin
The tweet came from SiriusXM NFL Radio over the weekend, with host and former NFL QB Jim Miller saying that it is the Cardinals with the best offensive line in the NFC West. (His partner, Pat Kirwan, has the Cardinals second behind Seattle.) My first reaction, which I tweeted, was that I couldn’t remember the last time someone held the Cardinals’ offensive line in such high regard. It makes sense, with the Cardinals’ big free-agent purchase the past two offseasons being offensive linemen (Jared Veldheer and Mike Iupati) in addition to a No. 1 draft pick (Jonathan Cooper.)
After Indicting 14, U.S. Vows to End Graft
With billions of dollars at stake, Morocco, Egypt and South Africa jockeyed in 2004 for the privilege of hosting soccer’s most prestigious tournament, the World Cup. The outcome hinged on a decision by the executive committee of FIFA, soccer’s governing body, and a single vote could tip the decision.
And at least one vote, prosecutors said Wednesday, was for sale.
I can't be the only one who tastes the delicious irony here.
When NFL coaches meet to discuss the challenges presented by the next game on the schedule, the conversation focuses first on identifying the biggest threats on the opposition's roster. Coaches carefully craft game plans to minimize these guys' impact -- or just avoid the "monsters" altogether. With that in mind, here are the 10 position groups that I believe create the most fear in meeting rooms across the league: