Archive for August, 2014

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Welcome Total Sports Blog’s NFL Training Camp Previews. Up until the start of the NFL season, we will continue to preview each team, and predict their records. The chances that we predict any of these records to be right drastically increases when Hook is writing the preview.

Today’s Team: The New Orleans Saints (NFC South) Read the rest of this entry »

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The TSB NFL Training Camp Previews continues look at the NFC South by making a trip to Charlotte. Maybe the biggest surprise of the season happened last year in Carolina as a Quarterback came into his own and the defense become one to be reckoned with. A humbling loss in the playoffs on top of a very turbulent off-season has people wondering if last year will be a one off or whether or not they can get back on top of the NFC South this year.

So lets take a look at the defending NFC South Champion Carolina Panthers

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WinstonCrabs

 

In the wake of Florida State University’s #AskJameis Twitter debacle, the only Seminoles team to take a hit was their PR team.  The 2014 Champions are the heavy favorite to repeat, but they do have some stiff competition going into this season.  Check out what our resident NCAA Football expert has to say about the 2015 College Football Championship after the jump: Read the rest of this entry »

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Welcome Total Sports Blog’s NFL Training Camp Previews. For the next two weeks we will continue to preview each team, and predict their records. The chances that we predict any of these records to be right drastically increases when Earl is writing the preview.

Today’s Team: Green Bay Packers (NFC North)

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Photo: Getty Images

Photo: Getty Images

3 weeks after the worst kept secret was revealed, the rest of the secret has come out.

“Surprise!” Edwards said as he walked onstage for the announcement. “Matt told me to say that.”

Carl Edwards, who is leaving Roush-Fenway Racing after the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup season, will race for Joe Gibbs Racing in 2015.

Edwards will drive for a new fourth team at JGR and will join a driver stable that includes Kyle Busch, Denny Hamlin, and Matt Kenseth.

His new sponsor and number? Check after the jump for that big reveal. Read the rest of this entry »

Teddy Bridgewater

The TSB’s NFL Training Camp Previews heads up north to the land of 10,000 lakes as a new regime and potential new quarterback look to get things turned around quickly before heading into a new stadium. Outdoor Football all year round will return to Minnesota for the next couple of seasons and hope is when the Super Bowl is in Minnesota in a few years the home team will be there as well.

So lets take a look at the Minnesota Vikings

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Courtesy of wwe.com

This is the Monday Night Raw Recap. This contains spoilers!

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Photo courtesy of midwestsportsfans.com

Welcome Total Sports Blog’s NFL Training Camp Previews. For the next two weeks we will continue to preview each team, and predict their records. The chances that we predict any of these records to be right drastically decreases when Earl is writing the preview.

Today’s Team: Chicago Bears (NFC North)

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Will this be the Redskins Year?

 

Welcome Total Sports Blog’s NFL Training Camp Previews. For the next 13 days we will continue to preview each team, and predict their records. The chances that we predict any of these records to be right drastically decreases when Joe is writing the preview.

Today’s Team: Washington Redskins (NFC East)

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Photo Credit: Getty Images

Photo Credit: Getty Images

Gone are the days of helmet throwing and akward gestures to other drivers following an on-track incident.

On Friday morning, NASCAR officials announced a new addition to the rule book prohibiting drivers from exiting their cars and going on the track surface to approach another car after being involved in an incident.

The change comes after last Saturday night’s on track incident involving Tony Stewart and Kevin Ward, Jr.

“This rule is really put in place for the safety of all our competitors,’’ said Robin Pemberton, NASCAR vice president of competition. Read the rest of this entry »