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By Terri Murphy Communications, Inc.
Jim Tunney, NFL Veteran of 31 years, has accepted the National Football League’s invitation to return to the NFL officiating staff.

By StubZero
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By Harlan eMedia LLC
New Harlan eMedia Electronic Book (e-Book) Title Offering ‘452 And Counting: The Games That Forged Pro Football Folklore’ Receives Favorable Pre-Release Reviews From The Online Football Enthusiast Blog Community.

By Darcy Keith
Motivational speaker, Darcy Keith, is invited to the Baltimore Ravens complex in Owings Mills, MD, to talk with the Ravens’ rookie players as part of the NFL’s Rookie Success Program.

By AL Garcia
The NFL Lock Out IS Dragging-What Would Happen If Mom's Were Helping Out In The Negotiations?

By Iona College
Frank Supovitz, Senior Vice President, Events for the National Football League, will be the featured speaker at Iona College’s Careers in Sports and Entertainment Dinner Series event at 5 PM, Thursday, December 2.

By The Marketing Grid
Gordon Gronkowski, founder of G&G Fitness Equipment Inc. based in Buffalo, NY, now has three sons who are playing in the NatioNFL: Dan, tight-end for the Broncos; Chris, full-back for the Cowboys; and Rob, tight-end for the Patriots.

By C. Christopher
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By C. Christopher
The Packers won seven of their last eight games, and a case could be made that they are playing as well as any team in the NFC. The Cardinals enter the playoffs this year with much more confidence than last season...

By C. Christopher
Can the Patriots overcome the loss of Wes Welker, the NFL's leading receiver? The sight of Welker crying into his towel on the sidelines last Sunday, his knee torn to bits, is something that will stick with Patriots fans.

By C. Christopher
Beating a team three times in one season is difficult, but it's not nearly the super human feat we're led to believe. Dallas has yielded one touchdown to Philadelphia and it's high-scoring offense in eight quarters...

By C. Christopher
The Bengals made their intentions clear in the final game of the regular season. They preferred to take their chances in a playoff rematch against Sanchez rather than face Texans gunslinger Matt Schaub...

By C. Christopher
Coach Rex Ryan has pushed the right motivational buttons with this team lately, and must do so again Sunday. Most pundits are expecting potentially motivation-less Cincinnati to be a no-show...

By C. Christopher
Tennessee is the only team in the league that has yet to play at Qwest Field, which is considered one of the loudest stadiums in the league.

By C. Christopher
The Chargers coaches and players on the field will be trying to win, but their main hope will be to get out of Sunday with everyone healthy and having gotten some good experience.

By C. Christopher
The Ravens have far more to gain with a victory than the Raiders, a team to which they are superior offensively and defensively...

By C. Christopher
After Denver blew a game at home against the Raiders two weeks ago, it's tough to completely discount the chance that the Chiefs will play a spoiler role. Still, the Broncos should be hungry and are clearly better than Kansas City.

By C. Christopher
The Cowboys are feeling better about themselves than at any other point of the season. Also, the pressure of making the playoffs is off. They're home and playing a team that humiliated them last season.

By C. Christopher
It's hard to predict this one because the clubs might face each other the following week. That changes personnel and game-planning decisions. But the Cardinals are at home and the Packers have less to play for.

By C. Christopher
The San Francisco 49ers signed kicker Shane Andrus to start the team's season finale Sunday at St. Louis.

By C. Christopher
The Bucs are on a roll but they're not even sure themselves if they're just hot or if they've really turned the corner. This is a chance for Tampa to prove in front of its home crowd that the Bucs are really on the right track again.

By C. Christopher
The Vikings have one game left in the regular season to try to fix their problems that have been exposed in recent weeks. And if they can't figure out how to avoid slow starts on offense early in games...

By C. Christopher
It's hard to imagine either of these teams making the playoffs, considering how much help both squads will need even if they win.

By C. Christopher
If Belichick rests players like Brady, Moss and Welker, the Texans should win handily. If not, it could be close. The Texans haven't lost by more than eight points since the opening game.

By C. Christopher
Regardless of who plays quarterback, the Lions can't find a way to score with any consistency, and that's not going to change in the season's final week.

By C. Christopher
It's doubtful he will be swayed by public opinion on Sunday, especially with nothing to play for and the fear of losing important players to injury...

By C. Christopher
Expect the Bears to play much better than they did in their first game against the Vikings. One reason: They've already seen Minnesota, which helps. But they're also at their home field.

By C. Christopher
The Redskins were terrible last week in a primetime game that was a deviation from their recent good form. Washington's offensive line is bad and getting worse, especially if right tackle Stephon Heyer can't play because of a knee injury.

By C. Christopher
The return of Brian Westbrook and potential for the No. 2 seed will motivate the Eagles to rise above the emotion from Brian Dawkins' return and stay narrow-minded toward their ultimate objectives.

By C. Christopher
Colts players want to play out the string and make a run at 16-0 on the way to a 19-0 season. The Indianapolis coaches are more focused on being as healthy as possible going into postseason. Look for the coaches to win the debate.

By C. Christopher
The 49ers have a rare opportunity as the season draws to a close. With winnable games against Detroit (2-12) and St, Louis (1-13), they have a chance to avoid a losing season for the first time since 2002.

By C. Christopher
Bottom line: If the Cardinals take this game seriously, it should be over early. The Rams just don't match up well against them. Rams cornerback Ron Bartell this week called Houston's Andre Johnson the best receiver in the league.

By C. Christopher
The Steelers have fared better against teams with winning records than those with losing records. They have lost to the Bears, Chiefs, Raiders and Browns, but have victories over the Chargers, Vikings, Broncos and Packers.

By C. Christopher
The Giants' desperation helped fuel a 45-12 rout of the Redskins on Monday; can they exploit it again? Manning is playing at a high level and no doubt Fox will do everything in his power to disrupt Manning and try to confuse him, no easy task.

By C. Christopher
The Saints will be looking to take out their frustrations on Tampa Bay, which isn't great news for the Buccaneers. New Orleans will be motivated to play its best ball, both to wash out the bad taste from last week.

By C. Christopher
This is the Patriots' final home game, a chance for them to finish perfect at Gillette Stadium. To do so, they'll have to avoid some the mistakes they've made over the previous weeks. There can't be a collective letdown after halftime.

By C. Christopher
Since 2002, the Dolphins have shuffled through four head coaches. And while each of those coaches has dealt with his own struggles at times, they all have one issue in common: None has beaten Houston.

By C. Christopher
There's no reason to think the Seahawks will come up with a winning performance Sunday, unless the Packers decide not to show up. After losing to Pittsburgh last week, that's not likely.

By C. Christopher
Ghosts of Cleveland quarterbacks past will haunt the Dawg Pound, as one former Brown, either Frye or Gradkowski, will start for the Raiders, and with Quinn lost for the final two games.

By C. Christopher
Poor weather conditions are in the forecast, so Mother Nature could play the role of equalizer during Kansas City's visit to Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati.

By C. Christopher
The Falcons want to reach a 6-2 mark in the Georgia Dome this season. They are 12-3 overall under second-year coach Mike Smith at home and have dropped the last two. They'll want to get the Georgia Dome rocking in the 2009 home finale.

By C. Christopher
The Titans have been on a roll in winning seven of their past eight games. Johnson has led the way, and his success has also taken pressure off Young. Even with starting linebackers Keith Bulluck and David Thornton out against the Chargers.

By C. Christopher
Washington has only won two of its last five games, but the Redskins have been competitive in each game. Despite being five games under .500, they've only been outscored by 17 points.

By C. Christopher
The Packers are winners of five straight and have the upper hand in getting one of the two NFC wild-card spots.

By C. Christopher
The Texans' playoff hopes remain on life support despite their victory last week against Seattle. Coach Gary Kubiak's job could be in jeopardy, and an impassioned speech to the team before the Seahawks game seemed to fire the team up.

By C. Christopher
Major playoff implications are at stake for both teams, although the Eagles are almost locks to make the postseason while the 49ers are fighting for their lives down the stretch.

By C. Christopher
The game provides a chance for two struggling teams to gain momentum. The 3-10 Chiefs are in danger of wasting what was supposed to be a rebuilding season if they get nothing done in the final three games.

By C. Christopher
With the way the Lions' defense is playing, the Cardinals could make an assault on the record books. Against the Ravens, who hadn't scored more than 20 points in five straight games.

By C. Christopher
That was the last time the Buffalo Bills beat the New England Patriots. Since then, the numbers have been ugly.

By C. Christopher
The Cowboys have been inconsistent on offense, but when they're on, they can match points with New Orleans' high-powered offense. Dallas comes into this game as the more desperate team, having lost its past two games to threaten its playoff position.



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