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NFL Rumors: Browns, Buccaneers & Bengals Back Quarterbacks in High Demand

Posted on 1 Sep, 2016, by in NFL

Season ending or just long term injuries to quarterbacks around the NFL come in handy for teams with highly sought-after backups. The Cleveland Browns with Josh McCown, Tampa Bay Buccaneers with Mike Glennon and the Cincinnati Bengals with A.J. McCarron all feel like they can ask for a pretty hefty price for their backup quarterbacks, and know they’ll probably get someone to bite. More

Andy Dalton

NFL Rumors – Cincinnati Bengals Can Probably Relax About Andy Dalton

Posted on 15 Dec, 2015, by in NFL

There’s nothing positive about Andy Dalton injuring his thumb, but the Cincinnati Bengals are probably more optimistic heading forwards towards the finish of the season, knowing it’s not as serious as initially feared. More

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NFL Rumors – Cincinnati Bengals Actually Considering A.J. McCarron as Starting Quarterback

Posted on 21 Jun, 2015, by in NFL

Despite his huge contract, Andy Dalton isn’t secure at his starting quarterback position. The Cincinnati Bengals are impressed with the work A.J. McCarron has put in during the offseason, seeing him as potentially taking over the position not too far into the future. More

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SI Cover Curse – Deciding the 2013 College Football Season

Posted on 12 Dec, 2013, by in Miscellaneous, NFL

The Sports Illustrated Cover curse or jinx has been around since the 1950’s, although it doesn’t seem to effect the really successful individuals like Michael Jordan (49 covers) or other Super Bowl, Heisman Trophy and College Football champions. As for the 2013 season BCS race? It seemed like Marcus Mariota, A.J. McCarron and finally Braxton Miller were very effected by appearing on the cover. More

T.J. Yeldon

Alabama Crimson Tide – LSU No Longer a Problem

Posted on 10 Nov, 2013, by in NFL

After three huge meetings between Alabama and LSU, at least in terms of consequence, the 2013 edition of the best game the SEC West usually has to offer wasn’t very close or dramatic, as A.J. McCarron and T.J. Yeldon had no problem brushing aside what might be the toughest challenge they have left before the SEC championship game. More

Kevin Norwood

Alabama Crimson Tide – The Best & Most Boring Team in the Nation

Posted on 27 Oct, 2013, by in NFL

Being too good for too long creates boredom even among your own fans. It seems like Alabama have been the number one team in the nation for so long it really doesn’t seem worthwhile to stay the full game as they plow through another helpless SEC opponent, en route to what should be their third consecutive national title game. More

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Alabama Crimson Tide – Still Playing Defense in the Changing SEC

Posted on 29 Sep, 2013, by in NFL

While the conference seems to have turned into quarterback shootouts one after the other, Alabama are heading in a different direction, relying on what might be the best defense in the nation to shut out their opponents and make up for their offense, led by a sluggish A.J. McCarron, being a lot less impressive than it was last season. More

Johnny Manziel

Alabama Crimson Tide – Enjoy Johnny Manziel Doing Too Much On His Own

Posted on 15 Sep, 2013, by in NFL

Even though Alabama are usually applauded for their defense, there’s plenty of offense to the number one team in the nation, headed towards another national championship. While Johnny Manziel has only himself to rely on when it’s showtime, A.J. McCarro has plenty of talent around him to feel a bit more relaxed and comfortable. More

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Alabama Crimson Tide – A.J. McCarron Loves the Big Games

Posted on 8 Jan, 2013, by in NFL

It wasn’t even close, not for a second, as A.J. McCarron and Alabama dominated their opponents once again in the BCS National Championship game, becoming the first to win it back to back. More


Alabama Crimson Tide – Run Behind Eddie Lacy & T.J. Yeldon

Posted on 2 Dec, 2012, by in NFL

When it came down to the final moments, it was A.J. McCarron with the touchdown pass to Amari Cooper that won the game for Alabama, winning them the SEC and sending them to another BCS National Championship game. The names who deserve to be first when this win is mentioned are running backs Eddie Lacy and T.J. Yeldon, combining for 334 yards and three touchdowns on the ground. More