Bulls Watch – “The Road Warriors”

Since last week’s BullsWatch Chicago have had two impressive wins and two bad losses. The Bulls are well placed in the East with an 8-4 record after reeling off seven road wins already, but have just begun a tough seven game ‘circus trip’ so that record may not be quite so impressive the next time I report. So without further ado, let’s get this show on the road…

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Looking good for a Home Run in Green Bay

The Packers are rolling and Philadelphia became their latest victims on Sunday as Green Bay scored touchdowns on all three phases. Here’s Pack fan Rob Molyneux on the impact made in the passing game by bruising runner Eddie Lacy and why he believes that fears of ‘peaking too soon’ are unfounded…

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Saints: A glimpse of the future

In the first of  a two-part article I will attempt to look at were the Saints stand in the longer term. The team is a mix of older veterans (whose contracts are above what they offer to the team) and some very promising young players. Most of the Saints big contracts can start coming off the books in 2016 as contracts like Colston, Lofton, Bunkley etc will be at a point where the dead money is not too high to be written off if the team is in need of cap space or has found a better alternative. In this first part I will look at the offense. Long term is 2016 and beyond.

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3 and out: Gray clouds descend on Indianapolis

The New England Patriots made it six straight wins this Sunday with a hard fought 42-20 victory over the Indianapolis Colts. Here is Pats fan Gary Beeson with his take on another superb performance that NEARLY put the elusive smile on Bill Belichick’s face.

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3 and out: Sorry Saints blown away by Bengals

A terrible showing from the Saints on both sides of the ball saw them thumped by a solid Bengals team. The season is quickly turning into a mess for Drew Brees & co yet they still share the division lead with the Falcons, despite only being two wins ahead of the worst team in the NFC! Our Saints reporter Lee Gardiner looks back at a dreadful game for the black and gold.

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Celtics Watch: Losing in style

Three games against two good teams and one missing all of it’s stars couldn’t stop the Celtics from scoring lots and lots points. Unfortunately the C’s left the back door open in all three games…

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3 and Out: Pushing the Broncos Panic Button

The Denver Broncos Super Bowl aspirations were dealt a huge blow on Sunday as they fell to the St. Louis Rams in a game that could have long-term implications for the team. What went wrong and where?

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A star is born: All you need to know about the Pats new rushing sensation

Jonas Gray. A name many American Football fans will be talking about this week, but who exactly is this mysterious Mr. Gray? Just to clear things up, he isn’t the BDSM-practicing, male protagonist of any EL James novel. No, this is the 24-year-old, five foot nine, upcoming superstar for the New England Patriots we are talking about here. 

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3 and Out: Formidable Packers put up another fifty

The Green Bay Packers hosted the Philly Eagles at Lambeau on Sunday and put up another 50 point game against a team who have been playing well in recent weeks. Here’s happy Packer James Tweedle with three thoughts from another great week for the Cheeseheads…

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3 and Out: Sorry Washington whupped by lowly Bucs

Washington slipped to 3-7 for the year after a 20 point home loss to Tampa Bay on Sunday. Things are clearly bad when you’re getting beat by the Bucs and they’re obviously REALLY bad when the scoreline is 27-7. Bad enough to call for your team to trade for Jay Cutler though? ‘Skins fan Christian Burt thinks so after this shocker…  

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