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Top Selling NFL Jerseys Fall 2013 Edition

NFL teams kicked off their training camps this week and between the upcoming camp visits as well as the regular season, fans are ready to buy their favorite jerseys for the 2013 season. Back in June, we took a look at the top-selling jerseys sold through March 31, 2013. The Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin

Top Selling Jerseys in the NFL 2013 Edition

For NFL fans, one way to show the love to their teams and players is by wearing a favorite player’s jersey. I’ll admit I don’t get the allure of why middle-aged men still do this (sure, the jerseys look cute on kids) but I may never understand it. Maybe it’s just a guy thing–even though

Ranking Top Ten Fantasy Football Quarterbacks of 2013

With NFL quarterbacks passing more and more each season, this position in fantasy football is as important–if not more–than ever. According to NFL.com, last season 18 quarterbacks had more than 500 pass attempts with six players at more than 600 and one exceeding 700 attempts (Detroit Lions Matthew Stafford). But this doesn’t necessarily change things

Pro Bowl: NFC Routs AFC, 62-35

After asking players to tackle the game like they cared, Sunday’s Pro Bowl was another not so interesting affair. The NFC won 62-35 over the AFC and the league will now revisit the future of this game. In the second half, NFC/Seattle Seahawks rookie quarterback Russell Wilson excited the crowd with his scrambles and three

Cowboys Garrett No Longer Calling Plays, Wilson Didn’t Ask for New Contract

Dallas Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones said at the beginning of the month, change was coming for his team. After making some with his coaches, more have continued. On Tuesday, Jones said that head coach Jason Garrett will no longer call offensive plays for the team, reported ESPN. The remarks came as the owner attended the Senior

Falcons Snap Postseason Losing Streak, Defeat Seahawks 30-28

For Atlanta Falcons fans, the postseason losing streak has finally come to an end with the team’s 30-28 win over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. It was ugly but a win is a win. With 31 seconds remaining, Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch scored a touchdown on a 2-yard run. Once again, it appeared the

Seahawks Rout 49ers, Clinch Spot in the Playoffs

Continuing their win streak with a fourth victory on Sunday, the Seattle Seahawks punched their playoff ticket with a 42-13 win over their division foe, the San Francisco 49ers. The team is now 7-0 at home this season and have a 10-win season for the first time since 2007. The year of the rookie quarterback

Falcons Stay Undefeated, Bears Avoid Loss, Detroit Wins as Time Runs Out

It was another interesting Sunday for the first set of NFL games. The Atlanta Falcons rolled over the Philadelphia Eagles 30-17 for win No. 7.  The Chicago Bears dodged a loss against the struggling Carolina Panthers in a 23-22 win and the Detroit Lions avoided another loss with a last-minute 28-24 win. Falcons (7-0) defeat

Niners Take Over Top NFC West Spot

In an anticipated low-scoring game, the San Francisco 49ers defeated the Seattle Seahawks 13-6 on Thursday and took back the top spot in the NFC West with their 5-2 record. Running back Frank Gore rushed for 131 yards. He also led the team in receiving with five receptions for 51 yards. His quarterback Alex Smith had

QB Roundup: Wilson Remains Starter, Quinn in for Cassel

Giving his rookie yet another chance, Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll reiterated on Thursday that he is going to stick with Russell Wilson as his quarterback even though backup Matt Flynn is good to go. Wilson has been struggling with interceptions but led his team to a 16-12 win over the Carolina Panthers last Sunday.