There are a number of different ways that an NFL player can become an impact player for his team. The 2011 season provided great examples of rookies playing phenomenally from the get go, players making “the jump” in their second or third year, and seasoned veterans finally breaking through. Here’s the recap from Chris Callaway, plus a look at potential breakout players of 2012.
Talents of Jay Cutler and Matt Forte being wasted by Jerry Angelo and the Chicago Bears front office
This season was completely thrown away by the Bears front office, and it exposed the problems that GM Jerry Angelo continues to ignore. Angelo has something very special in Jay Cutler and Matt Forte, yet he continues to waste their talent by not supplying other offensive weapons around them.
After the Bears’ loss to the Seahwawks last Sunday, Tyler felt blue and decided to go to the doctors’ office to see what was wrong. The doctor said it was quite clear what he had: Jay Cutler Deficiency Disorder.
Aggregate scoring is a foreign term to U.S. sports fans. Generally speaking, they have no idea what it means, and its existence is one more distance marker between them and soccer.
The Dallas Mavericks are doing work against the Lakers, and it might finally be the right time for Dirk & his Mavs to capture an NBA title.