Shaneil Jenkins looked like a man among boys in NCAA Division-II football. He was the 2015 MEC defensive player of the year and a finalist for the Cliff Harris Award.
The draft has come and gone, which doesn’t leave a whole lot to cover until OTA’s officially get under way. When I read that the Eagles were in the news as the next alleged NFL cheaters, I decided to research … Continued
DeMarcus Ware is hands down the best pass rusher in the history of the Dallas Cowboys. He was a class act both on and off the field and a team leader who always led by example. So why cut him?
DeMarcus Ware has amassed 130.5 career sacks, and all but 13.5 of them were in a Cowboys uniform. Along with that comes 624 tackles, 24 defended passes and 34 forced fumbles. What was Jerry thinking?
Who Should be in the NFL Hall of Fame Series â€“ Specialists
Who Should be in the NFL Hall of Fame Series â€“ Cornerbacks Earlier this offseason, CowGirlCas and I posted our opinions and reasoning for who should next be enshrined in the Dallas Cowboys’ Ring of Honor. This was in our … Continued
Earlier this month, CowGirl Cas and I posted our opinions and reasoning for who should next be enshrined in the Dallas Cowboys’ Ring of Honor. This was in our He Said (Darren Woodson ); She Said (Harvey Martin) series. Afterwards, … Continued
The “Red Light Rant”Ã‚Â is a Saturday episode of the “Red Light Sports Ramble” where Evan is running red lights; Troy is burning rubber at red lights. Ã‚Â The boys take some relevant sports topics of the week and give their passionate … Continued
In this episode of the Red Light Sports Ramble, Evan and Troy talk about Super Bowl XLVIII and recap how the Seattle Seahawks dismantled the Denver Broncos.Ã‚Â The talk all week was about the high-powered Denver Bronco offense vs. the … Continued
I know everyone is gearing up for the battle between the NFLÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s best two teams. This Superbowl is finally doing whatÃ‚Â the creatorsÃ‚Â intended. The best team in the AFC versus the best team in the NFC. We have the number one … Continued