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Super Bowl XLIX Best Teams Analysis

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Thursday, 31 July 2014 08:09

Super Bowl XLIX Best Teams betting analysisThe 2014-15 NFL football season is about to begin, and the struggle to bring the Super Bowl XLIX.

Denver Broncos: is emerging as the favorite to return to the 'big game'. After being beaten in the Super Bowl XLVIII and lick their wounds, the policy Broncos wasted no time and began to work toward a rematch. In free agency were the team that best armed, with cornerback Aqib Talib hires (Patriots), defensive end DeMarcus Ware (Cowboys), the safety TJ Ward (Browns) and receiver Emmanuel Sanders (Steelers).

New England Patriots: Bill Belichick assembly knows that championships are won on free agency, so they are serious candidates for the Super Bowl, after hiring the corner Brandon Browner (Seahawks) and Darrelle Revis (Buccaneers), plus receiver Brandon LaFell (Panthers) and receiver Julian Edelman rehire.

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NFL 2014 Season Rookies

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Wednesday, 30 July 2014 23:00

NFL Rookies 2014Johnny Manziel (Browns): a lot about the quarterback from the University of Texas A & M are expected, no major problems have to take ownership, as above it is Brian Hoyer, who is an inconsistent player. Johnny football will not have to wait too long to take command of the Browns.

Kelvin Benjamin (Panthers): A closed many skills, his numbers in college with Florida State wing are awesome, also have grades opportunities to play, since Steve Smith, who will fight the post, is already a veteran player.

Mike Evans (Buccaneers) will be an immediate impact receiver, following the departure of Mike Williams, the first team will be his. During his tenure with the college to the University of Texas A & M recorded an impressive average of 21 yards per catch.

Brandin Cooks (Saints): All the Saints in full restructuring of the department of runners was the most affected with the departure of Lance Moore and Darren Sproles, Cooks situation that will have great chances to exploit all its qualities.

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Colin Rand Kaepernick NFL Season Future Statistics

Written by Gaby Varji   
Wednesday, 23 July 2014 08:14

Colin Rand Kaepernick StatsFew players have the ability to dismantle a defense as Colin Rand Kaepernick. With an unusual ability to read opponents schemes, it is the perfect example of the term "dual-threat" quarterback, or does so much havoc in the air as on land. One, this is the word that best defines it, in and off the pitch. Its full of twists and overcoming story is an inspiration to all.

Abandoned as a newborn by his mother, Colin was adopted when he was six weeks old. As a child he suffered from teasing at school, because it was nothing like his adoptive parents. Very athletic since childhood, showed rare talent in all sports practiced in high school, especially Baseball. Received many offers from universities to follow the sport, but rejected all to follow your dream boy, playing in the NFL.

Though his passion for football, had not received any proposal for university scholarship, the very lack of precision in the entries. Determined, he underwent several tests done by universities until Nevada decided to give him a chance. Because the speed out of the ordinary, the initial plan was to use it as a safety. Gradually, Colin was showing his ability. After spending the first year in gaining muscle mass reserves, he was appointed reserve team quarterback in early 2007.

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Terrell Raymonn Suggs NFL 2014 Season Review

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Wednesday, 23 July 2014 07:05

Terrell Raymonn Suggs NFL 2014 Statistics Few players scare quarterbacks opponents like Terrell Raymonn Suggs certainly one of the greatest pass-rushers in NFL history. The versatility makes the shirt 55 a powerful weapon in QB pressure opponent, he is full both starting the snap with his hand on the ground (DE) as in formations blitz (OLB). In only three of the ten years as a professional he did not compute at least eight sacks in a season.

Talent that was shown already in his college career, Suggs broke several NCAA records in the years defended Arizona State. In three seasons there, he tallied 163 tackles, 14 sacks and 44 forced fumble, only 22 of them in 2002. Despite his young age, the numbers caught the attention of NFL teams. With just twenty, Suggs was the second youngest player defending league history to be drafted, selected by the Baltimore Ravens with the 10th overall pick in the 2003 Draft.

Even without being outright holder, the 55 shirt was spectacular in his rookie season. He won the award for defensive freshman of the year 2003, starting just one of 16 games the Ravens as a starter. The twelve sacks in his first year in the NFL was a premise of what would follow. Already as a starter in 2004, he was selected to the Pro Bowl for the first of six times in his career.

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