By Kyle Beck
With the NFL draft approaching, there is one topic that just won’t seem to go away and that is Tim Tebow.
Everything about the guy is captivating in some way, whether you love him or hate him. Besides his highly criticized public life and outspoken Christian faith, there are many question marks surrounding his NFL future. Which team will draft him? Which round will he go in? Will he be a quarterback? How good will he be in the pros?
I’ve never seen anything like it. There are numerous NFL prospects that deserve just as much or more attention than Tebow, but the bottom line is he creates controversy.
And with people on both sides of the fence on all the issues surrounding him, there is a lot to talk about before the draft. Continue reading
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By Clint Longenecker
This week is a continuation from last week’s American Football Conference article, and the second in a two-part series highlighting this year’s National Football League. To read last week’s article, click here.
The National Football Conference appears to be wide open this season, with many viable contenders that could make it to Miami to take on the AFC representative.
Despite typically being the weaker conference, the NFC was represented well by the Arizona Cardinals in last year’s Super Bowl bout with the Steelers.
A year ago, the New York Giants pulled off one of the biggest upsets in sports history beating the previously unbeaten New England Patriots to win Super Bowl 42.
By Clint Longenecker
This week’s preview is the first of two installments that will first give a rundown for the American Football Conference, followed by next week’s National Football Conference preview.
America’s favorite sport is back and bigger than ever this fall with the return of the National Football League to millions of televisions across the country on Sunday, Monday and Thursday.
Just five months from now, the AFC will send their representative to battle with the NFC’s top team in Super Bowl 44. So sit back, grab the popcorn and enjoy the best sports action around.
During the past decade, the AFC has been professional football’s dominant conference, winning nine out of 12 Super Bowls. That trend continued last year as the Pittsburgh Steelers captured their record sixth Super Bowl victory over the Arizona Cardinals.
This year looks to be no exception as six of the top nine teams, including the top three, from preseason odds in Las Vegas reside in the AFC. The AFC boasts many traditional powers that will try to continue their reign in 2009.