2013 NFL Predictions: AFC West Preview

Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos enter the 2013 NFL season as the AFC West favorites.

At the same time, this is pro football’s weakest division. Therefore, the Broncos will be expected to dominate game after game against their AFC West rivals. Because of those expectations, it’s reasonable to anticipate the rest of the division bringing their A-game when facing Manning and co.

NFC North well represented in the NFL Network’s Top 100 players

While more than two months remain between now and Week 1 of the NFL regular season, there are always fabricated storylines for the rabid football fans to discuss. This week’s hot topic came in the form of the NFL Network’s ranking of the league’s top 100 players of 2013.

2012 Heisman Trophy Presentation: Guaranteed To Be Historic!

The Heisman Trophy. It’s one of the greatest awards given in college sports. Winners of the award go on to NFL Hall of Fame careers, become coaches of NCAA national champions, or…vacate it. Here is a basic primer for this Saturday’s Heisman presentation.

In Hindsight: 10 Seasons When The Best Football Player in America Did NOT Win The Heisman Trophy

Here’s a countdown of some of the Heisman races that voters might wish they could do over, given the benefit of years of hindsight.

America Wanted Green Bay to Win for Charles Woodson

One of the more compelling stories of this year’s Super Bowl revolved around Charles Woodson, who – despite have to leave the game with an injury – finally achieved what he always wanted to achieve: become a Super Bowl champion.

Video: On behalf of all Green Bay, Charles Woodson sends a message to Chicago-loving President Barack Obama

At the end of his inspiring remarks to teammates after the epic Bears-Packers tilt on Sunday, Charles Woodson had a few choice words for Bear-loving President Barack Obama.

NFC North Preview: Green Bay Packers

The 2010 Packers are not perfect, but they have something exciting brewing that Griffin Gotta is looking forward to. Gotta takes a look back at the end of the 2009 season and then looks forward to 2010.

Packers Training Camp Preview: 5 Things to Watch

Peek inside the mind of a Packers fan in this 2010 training camp preview as Griffin Gotta, in his first MSF article, outlines five things Packers fans should be watching during camp this year.

Tuesday Link Dump: Braylon “Dropsie” Edwards Doing What He Does Best

Featured in today’s link dump is MSF’s all-time favorite whipping boy: Braylon “Dropsie” Edwards, who is immortalized in a post by Major League Jerk doing what Braylon does best…dropping passes. Also, Charles Woodson is named AP DOY, why the best dunkers in college basketball seem to come from the small conferences, and a link to […]

NFC Playoffs Wild Card Round Preview: Packers-Cardinals Spread, Pick, and Analysis

Today we examine this weekend’s Packers-Cardinals matchup in the Wild Card round of the NFC Playoffs. The defending NFC champs will be trying to ward off Charles Woodson and one of the NFL’s hottest teams.

Vote: Who Should Be the 2009 NFL MVP?

Jerod provides his top 5 choices for the 2009 NFL MVP, which includes Peyton Manning, Drew Brees, Philip Rivers, Chris Johnson, and Brett Favre. Vote for your choice.

Rams-Packers Preview: St. Louis Looking to Pull Off Upset of Green Bay in Home Opener

The St. Louis Rams host the Green Bay Packers Sunday in their home opener. Ronald Clements looks at what the Rams needs to do to keep the game close and possibly pull off the upset.

Packers Plagued By Penalties and Pressure In Loss to Bengals

For the second straight week, the Green Bay offense was inconsistent. The defense, which bailed the Packers out against Chicago, couldn’t stop the run in their 31-24 loss to Cincinnati Sunday afternoon at Lambeau Field.