Author Archives: Samer Kalaf


Differential disappointment: Diagnosing St. Louis’ slump

The St. Louis Rams may not have been pegged as early Super Bowl favorites, but coming off an impressive 2010 campaign and with Sam Bradford looking to follow up an outstanding rookie year, the 0-4 hole they find themselves in is unacceptable. TheGP Football’s Andrew Bucholtz, along with Ramblin Fan’s Justin Stine get to the bottom of it.


Behind Hillis and McCoy, Cleveland Browns face promising future

The Cleveland Browns have started the 2011 campaign with a record that matches those of the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers. Is the early season success indicative of a power shift in the AFC North? Regardless, Colt McCoy and Peyton Hillis have this team on the right track.


Kerry Collins and his Colts comeback

When Kerry Collins announced his retirement as Tennessee Titan in early July, it wasn’t a big surprise to most. At 38 years old and after playing 17 seasons in the NFL, Collins was basically at the end of his career and didn’t feel that he had the “willingness to commit to the preparation necessary to …

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Ochocinco and Haynesworth: Can New England’s gambles pay off?

As the NFL’s brief free agency period unfolded, the New England Patriots caused the most heads to scratch when they traded for Chad Ochocinco, wide receiver of the Cincinnati Bengals and Albert Haynesworth, defensive tackle of the Washington Redskins. Both have been attractors of good and bad attention with their statements to the press, and it seemed like a …

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Revamped Eagles secondary threatens NFC East

Andy Reid doesn’t look very agile, but his stealth this offseason has Philadelphia pulling off a huge heist. The Eagles got two talented cornerbacks when they signed Nnamdi Asomugha to a five-year contract and received Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie from the Arizona Cardinals in a trade involving Kevin Kolb. These two acquisitions could potentially solidify the Eagles’ secondary as the best not only in their division or …

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