Welcome back, how did you do with this week’s question? If you answered 4 you are correct. The Cleveland Browns, Houston Texans, Detroit Lions and the Jacksonville Jaguars have never played in a Super Bowl.
How did you do with this week’s question? If you answered …2002 you are correct. The club first played in 2002 as an expansion team, which makes them the youngest franchise currently competing in the NFL.
Welcome to this week’s Smallthoughts: Trivia Thursday. Are you ready for this week’s question? Here it is: The answer will be posted on Friday along with Smallthoughts: Rant of the Week and Smallthoughts: Rave of the Week.
This is the period in the NFL off season best known as the free agency period in which you can sign players who are no longer bound to other teams. Is there a catch? Of course …a salary cap so you need to spend wisely. That sounds good today and sounds practical until a playerContinue reading “Smallthoughts: Rant of the Week…NFL Free Agency”
Rants: Matt Harvey …If anyone is doing their best to distance themselves from their fan base it’s Matt Harvey. He already raised the ire of the Mets fans by complaining about an supposed inning limit, only to have to back off it slightly, now come a report that he missed a mandatory work in NewContinue reading “Smallthoughts: Rants and Raves”
The New York Jets finally settled on a General Manager and then a head coach. They hired Mike Maccagnan as their new General Manager and Todd Bowles as their new head coach. It took Woody Johnson two weeks of interviews but this time it looks like he put the right people in the right place theContinue reading “Jets hire GM and coach”
The Houston Texans who were supposed to be Super Bowl contenders this season fell to 2-6, looking nothing like the team that many thought would be one of the elite teams in the AFC. The Texans were up 21-3 and then the roof caved in. Then the Colts rallied to take over the game andContinue reading “Monday Morning Quarterbacking…Texans lose game and coach, Broncos lose coach and the Jets soar”
The World Champion Baltimore Ravens will defend their title without another one of their defensive stalwarts. Ed Reed has agreed to terms with the Houston Texans. What the agreement is has been undisclosed for the moment, however it was thought to be similiar to the deal he played under last season with the Ravens whoContinue reading “Ed Reed signs with the Houston Texans”