"Football" Blogs & Blog Posts

Falkirk FC HistorianFalkirk FC Historian

A Blog about the little details of Falkirk Football Club [and other local t...

 
African MovesAfrican Moves

All things African

 
Young GunsYoung Guns

Arsenal Reserves and Youth News

 
Simon Cox life blog of the yearSimon Cox life blog of the year

I bring you articles to read and comment on when you have time, images to s...

 
EPL TalkEPL Talk

EPL Talk is the number one Premier League blog in the world with daily news...

 
A Cultured Left FootA Cultured Left Foot

Daily discussion on all matters Arsenal for the discerning football fan

 
Keeping StockKeeping Stock

An eclectic mix of some of the finer things in life - politics, sport, musi...

 


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Jon Gruden’s merry band of football louts began their game against the flamethrowing Kansas City Chiefs yesterday afternoon by surprising everyone and scoring on their first two drives. Derek Carr’s accuracy (as well as a 43-yard pass interferen...

Ben Roethlisberger was knocked out of the second half of his team’s loss to the Seahawks Sunday after he injured his throwing arm on a pass in the second quarter. Big Ben grimaced from the bench through the second half as Mason Rudolph threw a pai...

Perennially feisty cornerback Jalen Ramsey has played three seasons and change in Jacksonville and has made an All-Pro team. If he has his way, that reign will soon come to a close. One day after screaming at head coach Doug Marrone during an arduous...

Things got weird at the end of Arizona State’s ugly 10-7 victory over No. 18 Michigan State in East Lansing last Saturday. The Spartans were in ASU territory and with 11 seconds left in the fourth quarter, MSU kicker Matt Coghlin appeared to connec...

In what should come as a surprise to absolutely no one, an old curmudgeon from the past has once again made the oh-so-brave decision to speak out against the actions of this entitled current generation of NFL players. This time around, those crotchet...

After two games, the Miami Dolphins are, well, you know. Everyone knows. After two weeks, everybody knows. Everybody can smell it.Read more...

There is no better representation of how poorly the Jets performed in their 23-3 loss against the Browns than the fact that this ESPN-created graphic of Sam Darnold executing a powerful commanding point while the word “mononucleosis” appears next...