Tag Archives: Dallas

Saints On Life Support With Paper Bags Waiting

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Teams of Aging Quarterbacks Going Different Directions

By John Ventola

Last Sunday night I wrote a blog immediately after New Orleans’ overtime victory over Dallas predicting it would be a sunnier Monday because the hometown guys had won their first game of the season. This morning I can only declare the sun is out, emotions are raw, and a lot of Lexapro will be consumed in the Crescent City. The Saints looked terrible in a second-half collapse against Philadelphia yesterday. Continue reading

Power Hitting Houston Takes On Yankees In Wild-Card Game

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Three Day Rest Period Could Affect The Beard

By John Ventola

Tonight, Houston will depend on Dallas, big time. Continue reading

NFL Could Have Major Fallout Over NFC South Playoff Team

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South Division Could Prove Very Divisive For NFC

By John Ventola

National Football League (NFL) Commissioner Roger Goodell has experienced a bumpy 2014 season while the league’s reputation has been tarnished due to current and former players being charged in well-publicized rape, domestic and child abuse cases. Those troubling off-the-field incidents forced Goodell to submit and get NFL owners approval on a new personal conduct policy. As serious as those cases were because of the human element involved and their severity, the league is only weeks away from a major on-field public relations nightmare. A current playoff rule will come under scrutiny and be discussed ad nauseam at the end of the regular season and, no doubt, be changed by league officials before next year. Continue reading