Archive for December, 2007

What’s The Score?

Lions To Give Martz Pink Slip

I didn’t see this coming myself – as the Detroit Lions have one of the better offenses in the National Football League, despite their recent freefall – but according to ESPN, the team will fire offensive coordinator Mike Martz after Sunday’s finale against Green Bay and will replace him with Kippy Brown, the team’s receivers […]

The Perfect End to a Perfect Regular Season for the Pats

As the final seconds ticked away at the Meadowlands Saturday night, you realized that you were watching something that you may never see again. At least in your lifetime. It was not easy, nor was it going to be for the New England Patriots, as they took care of business and did what they had […]

Week 17 Preview: New Orleans at Chicago

  This week the Saints head to Soldier Field to take on the Bears in hopes of keeping their playoff chances alive. In order for the Saints to make it into the post-season, they must win and both the Redskins and Vikings must lose. It’s a long shot, but they will still be playing for […]

Week 17 Preview: San Francisco at Cleveland

As we all know, the Browns blew their opportunity to clinch a playoff spot last Sunday. Their fate now sits in the hands of Tennessee and Indianapolis. Tennessee loses and we are in. I originally heard that Dungy was going to rest his starters, but the players were angry because they wanted to play. Latest […]

Gridiron Gabbin with Patriots Gab Editor Jeff Sack

Site Editor Matt Loede talks with Patriotsgab.com editor Jeff Sack as the pair talk about the historical game taking place tonight at the Meadowlands between the Pats and Giants.  The two talk about how each team will play the game, as well as what to expect in the game between the undefeated Pats and the […]

Week 17 Preview: Dallas at Washington

The NFL rescheduled the game from 1:00 to 4:15 EST since the importance of the game changed somewhat, at least for the Redskins.  Despite all the rivalry between the two teams and recent events such as Sean Taylor’s untimely death sending the resurgent ‘Skins on a three game winning streak, the Cowboys still have little, if any, […]

Cowboys’ Garrett, Sparano Hot Commodities

Common football sense will tell you that if you’re a coach or coordinator of a very successful football team, then your name will come up when vacancies become available in the NFL. The Dallas Cowboys are no different in that they’re very successful, and they have some coordinators who have drawn interest from other teams […]