Flowery Branch, GA – The National Football League today announced that kicker Matt Bryant has been named NFC Special Teams Player of the Month for November. Bryant led the NFL in field goals and field […]
Every football season comes down teams that play the best in November and December. There are teams that look great in September and fail down the stretch, but December football is usually what separates the […]
Flowery Branch, GA – Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Devin Hester has been named the NFC Special Teams Player of the Week and quarterback Matt Ryan has been named NFC Offensive Player of the Week for […]
Although they made a deeper playoff push a year ago, the 2013 season for the 49ers was far from a letdown. The team continued to improve each week, and heading into the off season know that they have a quarterback and defense that is going to make them contenders for years to come.
Up next for the 49ers are the Carolina Panthers. Although the Panthers came to Candlestick earlier this season and beat San Francisco, the 49ers are the better team and have a very good shot at winning their second straight road playoff game.
The Carolina Panthers had to win the last game of the season to get the NFC South title and a first-round bye so it’s not like it was a time they could rest their players. Steve Smith had to sit out with an injury, and there were not a lot of other options for Cam Newton to rely on, but there need to be.
Seattle has already faced, and beaten, both the Saints and 49ers this season but not the Packers. Does the unknown help or hurt a team in the Playoffs?
Tony Dungy – the first African American head coach to win the Super Bowl and current NFL analyst – joined the 10-18-13 edition of The HBCU Report to talk about the 2013 NFL season so […]
Knox Bardeen checks in with his weekly report about the Falcons and the rest of the NFC South. . . .
Each team has just 16 chances to distinguish itself from the pack in order to secure a playoff spot and hopefully a bid in the Super Bowl. The question is, quite simply, will the Super Bowl champion emerge from the AFC or NFC?