Doug Williams believes black QBs don’t get enough opportunities in NFL

Doug Williams made history with the Redskins in 1988 when he became the first African-American quarterback to win a Super Bowl. Since that time, only one other black quarterback has held up the Lombardi trophy — Russell Wilson in 2014. Sarkisian replaced offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan Tuesday after Shanahan took the head coaching job with Continue Reading

Super Bowl 51: Ranking the 10 best Super Bowl performances by quarterbacks

Super Bowl 51 is in the books, and the Patriots have once again found themselves on top of the NFL. Although Super Bowl MPV Tom Brady was far from perfect in his team’s 34-28 overtime win against the Falcons, that doesn’t mean his performance wasn’t legendary in its own right. Kids Latrell Sprewell Jersey Kids Continue Reading

Falcons’ Alex Mack to play Super Bowl with fractured fibula

Authentic Youth Dave Casper Jersey Alex Mack refuses to miss the biggest game of his career. The Atlanta Falcons Pro Bowl center will suit up for Super Bowl 51 against the New England Patriots despite a fracture in his left fibula suffered in the NFC Championship game, ESPN reported Sunday. Smith had a one-year suspension Continue Reading

Ben Boulware’s reaction to getting free Lunchables was priceless

The tight end is wide open, so it’s an easy pitch-and-catch, but I like the composure he shows to get to that progression. He has a post/wheel concept to the left side of the screen. Post/wheel is great against one-deep-safety defenses, which we have here. It’s especially great against Cover 3 teams (three-deep pass defenders), Continue Reading

Marshawn Lynch starred in latest Train video and it was more fun than we expected

Marshawn Lynch in the new Train music video is something none of us saw coming, and something none of us expected to actually be interesting. But it was. The video for Drink Up features Lynch, Ken Jeong, George Lopez, and Jim Breuer. The setting was at a wedding for Lynch, with everybody else crashing it Continue Reading

Curt Schilling: ESPN has gone ‘way over the edge on the left’ politically

Curt Schilling has been gone from ESPN for 10 months. But the former MLB star is still throwing heaters at his former employer — especially as he ponders a run for the U.S. Senate against Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass). ESPN has gone way over on the edge on the left politically, Schilling said during an interview Continue Reading