Move over, ‘Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow,’ it’s time to ‘Let ’em go, let ’em go, let ’em go’ when it comes to Canadian Football League free agency on Feb. 13Move over, ‘Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow,’ it time to go, let go, let go when it comes to Canadian Football League free agency on Feb. 13..
The Eagles in fact made it to the Super Bowl. For Eagles devotees, this was certainly a development. After years of working, they ultimately obtained their target of getting to the Super Bowl. Ravens (E) at Jaguars: The bell could be tolling soon for embattled Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley. He’s 12 38 in three plus season after last weeks’ no show against the Chargers. That’s the second worst record after 50 games in the salary cap era behind only Cincinnati’s David Shula.
Carolina PanthersKey game: at Saints (Week 13) Playoff leverage: 24 percentThe Panthers are projected by FPI as the most likely NFL team to earn a wild card berth, and their game in New Orleans looms large both in terms of reaching the postseason field (61.1 percent if they win) and winning the division (40 percent).8. Tennessee TitansKey game: at Texans (Week 4) Playoff leverage: 23.9 percentA win in Houston would speak well of Tennessee’s chances to cut a three team race in the AFC South down to two. Tennessee’s chances to reach the playoffs would be 55.8 percent with a win, and would drop to 31.9 percent with a loss.9.
11. Cornerback Maurice Canady, Virginia (No. 209): At the NFL scouting combine, Canady, whose cousin is a police officer in Prince George’s County, wore cleats honoring slain Prince William County (Va.) police officer Ashley Guindon. Select the IP entry again, and it should work like a charm. I think I messed up. There’s no place to put my ip address.
I’m not sure that’s the case now, but I can’t imagine that a coaching change is the right idea now that the Oilers are well out of the playoff race. Better to keep McLellan’s sure hand in charge. If nothing else the coach has shown a lot of calm, wisdom and professionalism in this extremely tough stretch.
“When Matt Millen took over as the Lions’ GM in 2001, his very first bad decision was to hire Marty Mornhinweg as head coach. Mornhinweg’s brief time in Detroit will forever be defined by that time he won a coin toss to start overtime and elected to kick off. The Lions lost without ever getting the ball, and his decision that day “WE WANT THE WIND!” became synonymous with a sort of proud, headlong stupidity.